Hatharatnavali is an important text of hatha yoga written by Srinivasa but not widely known as Hathapradipika.
The salient features of the text include clear conception of yoga description of ashta-karmas eighty-four asanas and elaboration on mudras. It also contains philosophical discussion on the pinda-brahmanda (microcosm and macrocosm ).
While describing the yogic techniques the author also refers to the old traditions and gives new information and techniques which are not commonly known.
It also contains philosophical discussion on the Pinda Bramanda, Panchikarana and number of Tattvas, which seem essential for the students of spiritual culture which have been included in the fourth chapter.
This treatise boldly refutes the prevalent ideas and introduction of new thoughts in a lucid manner, and gives a special place for Hathratnavali among the texts of Hatha Yoga.
|Second Edition, 2009, Third Reprint, 2014|
|M.L. Gharote (ed.), Parimal Devnath (ed.), Vijay Kant Jha (ed.)|
|The Lonavla Yoga Institute, Pune|
|English & Sanskrit|
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