Yoga-sutras (with Bhoja’s Rajamartanda)

by Rajendralala Mitra | 1883 | 103,575 words

Summary: The English translation of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (500 BCE), including. The Yoga-sutras are a collection of aphorisms dealing with spiritual topics such as meditation, absorption, Siddhis (yogic powers) and final liberation (Moksha). The Raja-Martanda is officialy classified as a Vritti (gloss) which means its explanatory in nature, as opposed to being a discursive commentary.

Alternative titles: Patañjali Yogasūtra (पतञ्जलि योगसूत्र), Pātañjalayogaśāstra (पातञ्जलयोगशास्त्र), Pātañjala-yogaśāstra, Bhoja Rājamārtaṇḍa (भोज राजमार्तण्ड, Rajamartanda), Bhojarāja Rāja-mārtaṇḍa (भोजराज राज-मार्तण्ड, Bhojaraja Raja-martanda), Bhojavṛtti (भोजवृत्ति), Vṛtti (वृत्ति, Vrtti), Bhojadeva (भोजदेव).

Source: archive.org

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