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Inner yoga (antaryoga), transl. from Bengali by Simanta Narayan Chatterjee, with an introd. by Ram Swarup
1995, Paperback

the katha upanishad says that man in the ordinary course looks outward but some seeking a greater life turn their gaze inward (avrttachakshu), and there they find the immortal life of their true self. yoga consists in developing this inward and upward look. taking the celebrated yogasutras of patanjali as his framework, sri anirvan explains the eight limbs of patanjala yoga in ...
The word as revelation: names of Gods, foreword by David Frawley
Swarup, Ram
2001, Hardcover

there are two opposing views about language, both advanced by distinguished thinkers. one view holds that a language is external to objects and thoughts; the other view regards it as fundamental to them. in what sense or senses are these views true? can they be reconciled? language has not merely expressed man\'s fears; it has also expressed his sense of mystery. again and agai ...
Asterisk in Bharopiyasthan: minor writings on the Aryan invasion debate
Elst, Koenraad (b.1959)
2007, Hardcover

unlike many books on the aryan invasion debate, the present collection of papers does not promise to terminate the debate with a final judgment. it merely puts on record a number of arguments developed in recent years, mostly in an actual debating context: on the linguistic aspects, the astronomical chronology, some lesser-known political contexts, even the ego factor in the de ...
Antaryog, transl. from Bangla by Gaurisankar Mohta, introd.by Ram Swarup
2010, Paperback

sri anirvan was born in 1896 in mymensingh in eastern bengal (now bangladesh). after his schooling (largely the study of sanskrit and india\'s scriptures), he lived for twelve years in assam at the ashram of his tantric guru, swami nigamananda. then in 1930, at the age of thirty-four, he left the ashram to become a free wanderer. living sometimes in quiet himalayan retreats, so ...
Universal Hinduism: towards a new vision of Sanatana Dharma
Frawley, David
2014, Hardcover

hinduism is the world\'s oldest religion, the third largest religion in the world in terms of the number of its followers, and the largest of the non-biblical traditions. it has the largest number of temples, sacred sites, festivals, philosophical texts, monks and yoga practitioners of any religion. yet hinduism is wrongly denigrated as a narrow ethnic belief that one has to be ...