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About Maharishi Patanjali - Yogdarshan

Yogic Interpretation based on Self - Realisation

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The App allows you to Listen, Read and Download MP3 and Book of Yoga Sutras of Maharishi Patanjali verse by verse with explanation in Hindi Language.

Compiled and Interpreted by: Blessed Disciple of Most Revered Sri Paramhans Ji Maharaj Swami Adgadanand Ji.

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About Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali:

Patañjali divided his Yoga Sutras into four chapters or books (Sanskrit pada), containing in all 196 aphorisms, divided as follows:

Samadhi Pada (51 sutras). Samadhi refers to a blissful state where the yogi is absorbed into the One. Samadhi is the main technique the yogin learns by which to dive into the depths of the mind to achieve Kaivalya. The author describes yoga and then the nature and the means to attaining samādhi. This chapter contains the famous definitional verse: "Yogaś citta-vritti-nirodhaḥ" ("Yoga is the restraint of mental modifications").]

Sadhana Pada (55 sutras). Sadhana is the Sanskrit word for "practice" or "discipline". Here the author outlines two forms of Yoga: Kriya Yoga (Action Yoga) and Ashtanga Yoga (Eightfold or Eightlimbed Yoga).

Kriya Yoga is closely related to Karma Yoga, which is also expounded in Chapter 3 of the Bhagavad Gita, where Arjuna is encouraged by Krishna to act without attachment to the results or fruit of action and activity. It is the yoga of selfless action and service.

Aṣṭāṅga Yoga describes the eight limbs that together constitute Rāja Yoga.

Vibhuti Pada (56 sutras). Vibhuti is the Sanskrit word for "power" or "manifestation". 'Supra-normal powers' (Sanskrit: siddhi) are acquired by the practice of yoga. Combined simultaneous practice of Dhāraṇā, Dhyana and Samādhi is referred to as Samyama, and is considered a tool of achieving various perfections, or Siddhis. The temptation of these powers should be avoided and the attention should be fixed only on liberation. The purpose of using samadhi is not to gain siddhis but to achieve Kaivalya. Siddhis are but distractions from Kaivalaya and are to be discouraged. Siddhis are but maya, or illusion.

Kaivalya Pada (34 sutras). Kaivalya literally means "isolation", but as used in the Sutras stands for emancipation or liberation and is used interchangeably with moksha (liberation), which is the goal of yoga. The Kaivalya Pada describes the process of liberation and the reality of the transcendental ego.

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About Author:

The Author, Swami Adgadanand Ji Maharaj is a saint who is bereft of worldly education, yet is internally organised by the grace of accomplished Guru, which become possible after a long practice of meditation. He considers writing as an obstacle on the path to the Supreme Beatitude, yet his directions become the cause for this treatise. The Supreme Being had revealed to him that all his inherent mental attitudes have been nullified excepting a minor one writing of "Yatharth Geeta" Initially he had tried his best to cut this attitude too, through meditation, but the directive prevailed. Thus the treatise, "Yatharth Geeta" become possible. Where ever mistakes crept into the treatise, the Supreme Being himself rectified them. We bring forth this book with the wish that the Swamiji's motto "the internalized archive peace" would become "peace for everyone at the end".

For more details on Srimad Bhagavad Gita - Yatharth Geeta, visit: http://yatharthgeeta.com/

© Shri Paramhans Swami Adgadanandji Ashram Trust.

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