June 2011

- Shri Yogendraji   The practice of nasal cleansing purifies the air sinuses, invigorates the brain, tones up the optic nerves and thus improves sight.                                                                           Hathayogapradipika, II, 30. Sufficient attention is not yet directed to the hygiene of the nose which is wrongly supposed to be the least...

Dr. Patanjali J. Yogendra           A sculptor was at work. People gathered to watch him. He was carving the statue of Athena to be placed at the Acropolis. The sculptor was taking great pains to chisel the strands of hair at the back of the head...

  Ankita Shah He swerved the car to the extreme right and slammed on the brakes. Straining against my seat belt, I frowned at him and then at the bike driver facing us. After a bit of angry exchange with the bike driver, we moved on. I looked...

    Sarita Modi     In the days of Buddha the city of Shravasti faced a great famine. Rich people not only hid themselves, but also hid all the clothes and food available.                        At that time a girl named Supriya came forward and went house to house to...

Tek Mirchandani           In a remote corner of one of Mumbai’s shore-line stands beautiful Jogger’s Park. Mr. Shanker, after a half an hour stroll sat on a high rise bench to enjoy the evening breeze and sink in the sunset’s golden glow. At some distance was...

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