Yoga Made in GDR — DOP

The Door Of Perception is an ever-growing compilation of things that talk to me on a deep level. I wanna take you with me on a path towards the light of consciousness.

Yoga Made in GDR — DOP

The Door Of Perception is an ever-growing compilation of things that talk to me on a deep level. I wanna take you with me on a path towards the light of consciousness.

Yoga Made in GDR — DOP

The Door Of Perception is an ever-growing compilation of things that talk to me on a deep level. I wanna take you with me on a path towards the light of consciousness.

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Origin's of Modern Yoga Asana: Comparison of Krishnamacharya's teachers drawings and Norman's Sjoman's Sriitattvanidhi presentation in his Mysore palace book

A female ascetic with devotees. Farrukhabad, c. 1770 (British Library J.66, 5)

A female ascetic with devotees. Farrukhabad, c.

A Hindu school exhibiting native punishments.  Benares, circa 1860.  Gouache on mica (14cm x 19 cm).  Indian Company Paintings,   South & South East Asia Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum, 4674:7/(IS).

A Hindu school exhibiting native punishments. Benares, circa Gouache on mica x 19 cm). Indian Company Paintings, South & South East Asia Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum,

fig 20 āsana No. 31 - Marālāsana or more popularly at the time of writing Hansasana - more recently chatauranga dandasana

Handstand in the old text Yogāsana-Jaina

Vrksasana, Satapathy B, Sahay GS. A brief introduction of "Yogāsana - Jaina": An unpublished yoga manuscript. Yoga Mimamsa 2014;46:43-55

Vrksasana, Satapathy B, Sahay GS. A brief introduction of "Yogāsana - Jaina": An unpublished yoga manuscript.

Guru Nanak encounters a group of ascetics at Kurukshetra, from a manuscript of the Janam Sakhi (Life Stories)  Place of Origin: India, probably Murshidabad, West Bengal state  Date: approx. 1755-1770  Object Name: Manuscript page  Materials: Pigments on paper  Dimensions: H. 8 in x W. 6 3/4 in, H. 20.3 cm x W. 17.1 cm  Credit Line: Gift of the Kapany Collection  Department: South Asian Art  Collection: Books And Manuscripts  Object Number: 1998.58.37  On Display: No  Culture: Sikh

Guru Nanak encounters a group of ascetics at Kurukshetra, from a manuscript of the Janam Sakhi (Life Stories) Place of Origin: India, probably Murshidabad, West Bengal state Date: approx. 1755-1770 Object Name: Manuscript page Materials: Pigments on paper Dimensions: H. 8 in x W. 6 3/4 in, H. 20.3 cm x W. 17.1 cm Credit Line: Gift of the Kapany Collection Department: South Asian Art Collection: Books And Manuscripts Object Number: 1998.58.37 On Display: No Culture: Sikh

A noblewoman visiting a group of ascetics. Murshidabad, c. 1770 (British Library Add.Or.5607)

A visit to a Shaivite hermitage devotees of Hindu god Shiva

An imaginary meeting between Dara Shikoh and Kamal, the son of Kabir. Mughal, early 18th century (British Library J.19, 1)

An imaginary meeting between Dara Shikoh and Kamal, the son of Kabir

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