सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिन:
सर्वे सन्तु निरामया:।
सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु।
मा कश्चित् दु:खभाग भवेत् ।।
Happiness be unto all.
Perfect health be unto all.
May all see what is good.
May all be free from suffering.
Aasana
The Indian Yogis have devised various phusical postures which, besides their utility from the mental and spiritual point of view, are very useful for maintaining physical health and vigour. They are not meant only for the Saints, Sanyasis or Yogi but are equally beneficial for all. We have Published 'FIRST STEPS TO HIGHER YOGA' in which we have given 300 postures with picture.

Some Dos and Don'ts in the Practice of Asanas


The best time for the practice of Asanas is the morning time. One may also practise them in the evening also.

The Asanas may be practised by men and women of all ages between 12 and 60 or even 70 without any fear of ill effects.

Asanas must be practised only on empty stomach; otherwise some of the tender or delicate parts of the body may be adversely affected.

Asanas and Pranayamas should not be practised by suffering from illness or fever. Pregnant women or during menstruation Asanas should not practise.

One should not eat anything immediately after the Asana session. One should, therefore, take breakfast at least half an hour after the Asana session. Better still, one should take only milk.

One should never attempt difficult postures when one starts learning yoga.

We advice one must follows instruction given in our book ' FIRST STEPS TO HIGHER YOGA'