Yoga Makaranda Part 2 Sri T Krishnamacharya. The BookReader requires JavaScript to be enabled. Please check that your browser supports JavaScript and. This document which appears to be a continuation of the Yoga Makaranda, Part 1, contains material along the similar lines of Yoga Yajnavalkya (order of the 8. 3 Jan Sri T. Krisnamacharya, ‘Yoga Makaranda – Part II’,. (Link to download PDF byoga-makaranda-part-ii). makaranda.

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Sit on the ground, with both legs stretched makkaranda front, knees together, and feet perpendicular to the ground. The purpose and the capability of the person determined the practice. The left leg is kept upright. Post a Comment Note: The foot should be firmly in contact with the ground, the knees together, and the spine erect.

Lower the back and straighten the neck. What must form an essential part of a person’s daily practice? This asana cures gastric troubles and piles. A few deep breaths can be taken. Exhale, and twist the trunk to the left, so that the navel is above the middle of the left thigh and the right shoulder is to the left of the left knee. Kneel on the ground.


Kumbhaka in Krishnamacharya’s descriptions of asana. While slowly exhaling, bring both the legs together slowly so that the toes touch the ground as far as possible.

Take at least three deep breaths with rubbing sensation in the throat. How is it that we are able to understand the suksma visaya that has been mentioned in the sastras? There should be no retention of breath. Take the position as in the last Section D in step 1. Pages Home Yama and Niyama: The right leg should be kept stretched with the toes pointed and the calf and the thighs should be touching the ground.

Yoga Makaranda Part II – TAPAS

Keep the arms 27 stretched. But this may not be possible at the beginning of the practice. Raise the hips, so that the knees are straightened, and bring the feet as near the head as possible. At this stage the legs yoba crossed into the Padmasana position. Take deep inhalations and exhalations with hissing sound in the throat with holding in of breath after inhalation has been completed.

Why did Krishnamacharya introduce kumbhaka breath retention into the practice of asana in Ashtanga. Bend one of the legs, say the right, to the Makaranca position, i. It does not mean that steps 2 and 3 are a continuous process done while exhaling. Pranayama will have therefore periods of both Anther and Bahya kumbhakam. I still need to do some work editing the whole thing, getting rid of some of it’s bloggyness and well as improve the layout but, for now, it’s something to be going on with.


Stand uoga the floor with toes together, heels together, spinal column straight, chest forward but without hollowing the back, the arms hanging downwards with the palms touching the thighs.

Why is there the division of hatha-yoga and raja-yoga? The asana may therefore be done by starting with the first position in Sarvangasana when both legs are upright and the back supported by the palms and while exhaling slowly bring maiaranda one leg at a time, so that the leg reaches behind the head as in Halasana.

Yoga Makaranda Part 1 contains description of 42 asanas yogq with Sarvangasana. It should be carefully noted that to avoid danger to the elbow of the right arm, the right elbow reaches a position below the left knee as low as possible. He was not only a master of yoga but also had titles equivalent to doctoral degrees in all the six Vedic darshanas.