Two drawings: the easiest method how to practice pranayam

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Illustration of the six chakras of tantric yoga in Sanskrit and Hindi.

One of eight coloured plates, drawing explicit parallels between the yogic view of chakras etc., and the medical/anatomical view of the body.

Svamihamsasvarupakrtam Satcakranirupanactiram : bhasyasamalamkrtam bhasatikopetan ca = Shatchakra niroopana chittra with bhashya and bhasha containing the pictures of the different nerves and plexuses of the human body with their full description showing the easiest method how to practise pranayam by the mental suspension of breath through meditation only ; drawings by Shri Swami Hansa Swaroop.

Variant title: Shatchakra niroopana chittra with bhashya and bhasha containing the pictures of the different nerves and plexuses of the human body with their full description showing the easiest method how to practise pranayam by the mental suspension of breath through meditation only.

Author: Svami Hamsasvarupa.

Sanskrit MS 391.


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