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Get the key to an abundant life, Vedic Yoga, and open the door to a new life

Yoga is an antiquated and complex practice, established in the Indian way of thinking. It started as an otherworldly practice however has become famous as an approach to advancing physical and mental prosperity. Albeit traditional yoga additionally incorporates different components, yoga as drilled in the United States normally underlines actual stances (asanas), breathing methods (pranayama), and contemplation (dyana). There are various yoga styles, going from delicate practices to genuinely physically exhausting ones. The word 'Yoga' is derived from the Sanskrit root 'Yuj'-  'to join' or 'to burden' or 'to join together’. According to Yogic sacred writings, the act of Yoga prompts the association of individual cognizance with that of the Universal Consciousness, showing an ideal concordance between the psyche and body, Man and Nature. 

One who encounters this unity of presence is supposed to be in yoga and is named a yogi, having achieved a condition of opportunity alluded to as mukti, nirvana, or moksha. Consequently, the point of Yoga is Self-acknowledgement, to beat a wide range of sufferings prompting 'the condition of freedom' (Moksha) or 'opportunity' (Kaivalya). Living with opportunity in varying backgrounds, well-being and concordance will be the fundamental goals of Yoga practice."Yoga" additionally alludes to an inward science containing an assortment of techniques through which individuals can understand this association and accomplish dominance over their fate. The act of Yoga is accepted to have begun with the dawn of civilization. The study of yoga has its beginnings millennia prior, well before the primary religions or belief frameworks were conceived. In the yogic legend, Shiva is viewed as the primary yogi or Adiyogi, and the principal Guru or Adi Guru.

A long time back, on the banks of the lake Kantisarovar in the Himalayas, Adiyogi emptied his significant information into the amazing Saptarishis or "seven sages". The sages conveyed this strong yogic science to various areas of the planet, including Asia, the Middle East, Northern Africa, and South America. Strangely, present-day researchers have noted and wondered about the nearby equals found between antiquated societies across the globe. Notwithstanding, it was in India that the yogic framework tracked down its fullest articulation. Agastya, the Saptarishi who traversed the Indian subcontinent, created this culture around a central yogic lifestyle.


Q1. What are the benefits of Yoga?

The logical examination of yoga's advantages is still fairly fundamental, yet a significant part of the proof up to this point upholds what experts appear to have known for centuries: Yoga is staggeringly useful to our general prosperity. An infection-free body, a viciousness-free society, a disarray-free psyche, a hindrance-free insight, an injury-free memory, a distress-free soul, and a free inhibition-less breath is the effect that Yoga can make on your life. If you guarantee that you are a Yogi, you ought to have undying happiness in your soul. 

  • Yoga further develops strength, equilibrium, and adaptability. 

  • Yoga assists with back relief from discomfort. 

  • Yoga can ease joint inflammation side effects. 

  • Yoga is good for your heart health. 

  • Yoga loosens you up, to assist you with resting better.

  • It helps de-stress.

  • It helps with a person’s mental health issues.

Q2. Is Yoga a great way to lose weight?

There is medical research evidence that yoga might assist a person with ushering a stress-free life into their existence, working on their mood, controlling emotional binging, and forming a  local support group, all of which can assist with weight reduction and maintaining it. Yoga can likewise assist them with burning calories, as well as managing their muscle mass and tone.

Q3. Why is Sanskrit important in yoga?


Sanskrit is no longer used as a spoken language, yet it is still prominent in Yoga classes to define poses and practices. Chanting Sanskrit mantras help calm the mind, reduce stress and anxiety, and create positive energy within and all around. In yogic practices, the sound vibrations of this ancient language are said to heal the body through divine vibrational frequencies.


Reciting the Sanskrit alphabet results in rhythmically using minimal and maximal breath, contraction, and expansion in our breathing efforts. This is a pranayama practice in itself aiding in balancing and calming the mind. Sanskrit titles are used to describe the posture to be formed with the body. The father of Yoga, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras were written in Sanskrit.

Q4. How is Sanskrit connected to yoga?


Sanskrit is the ancient language, the yogis’ first spoke and many historic yoga texts have been written. The term Asana (sitting down), used for the practice of physical yoga postures or poses is derived from the Sanskrit language. Sanskrit names communicate meaning through sound and yoke sound and sensation.


Yoga comes from the Sanskrit root “yuj” which means “union, to unite or to connect “It is the union of our mind, body, and spirit. Each of the 50 letters of the Sanskrit alphabet is thought to have a sound frequency with a specific therapeutic benefit. The most popular seed mantra is Om or Aum in longer chants. They are usually composed in the language of Sanskrit.

Q5. How is yoga written in Sanskrit?


The word Yoga is derived from the word 'Yuj' and a 5000-year-old Indian body of knowledge, whose literal meaning, is Samadhi. The basic Sanskrit word is Yog which means to join. Yoga is the incorrect form used by foreigners. There is no terminology called “Yoga” in Sanskrit. Yoga is a Wonderful practice of finding the harmony of Mind, Body, and Spirit.


It helps one to a healthier physical body, strengthens the mind with greater emotional and mental strength, and ultimately leads to greater wisdom and finally to Spiritual Bliss from where we access the sense of oneness and transcendence. Maharishi Patanjali defined Yoga as Chitta - Vrtti- Nirodhah which means a state where the mind ceases to exist.