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Description Preface In huge Sanskrit literature, the books published on yoga branch are very little in number. Through ancient times yoga has been considered as a strictly secret subject to be taught only to a deserving disciple.
But now time has come to unveil the obscure literature of this occult science to popularize this knowledge in the interest of humanity. Swami Keshawananda yoga Sansthan has determined to publish these rare texts along with translations in English, Hindi and other Indian languages. The manuscripts of the following works have been procured—. Yoga-Shastra of Dattatreya. Chandrodaya-Vilas (by chandra Singh).. Yoga-Ratnakara (by Veereshvara)..
Yoga chudamani-Upanishad. 8, Yoga Shikba-Upanishad.. Mandala Brahmana Upanishad.. Dhyana-Bindu Upanishad.. Nada-Bindu Upanisad..
Amrita-Nada Upanishad.. Trishjkhj Brahmana. Upanjshad 20.
Varaha-Upanjshad 21. Sarasvatj Rahasya Upanishad.
Saubhagya Laxmj Upanishad. Advaya Taraka Upanishad. Amrita Bindu Upanishad. 25 Muktika-Upanishad.
Brahma Vidya-Upanishad The most important work of Dattatreya on yoga was yet unknown to the scholars or sadhakas. Brahma Mitra Awasthi found its copies in Mss. Libraries and edited it with Hindi translation and introduction. This was published in 1982. Now we are bringing out it with English translation for the benefit of students unacquainted with Sanskrit or Hindi.
This yoga Shastra is more important than any other books in the field of yoga, because Dattatreya deals with practical aspects of yoga in it, starting from Pranayama to Samadhi. Dattatreya divided Pranayama into four stages viz-Arambha. Vastha, Ghatavastha, Praveshavastha and Nishpatti Avastha.