The practical meaning of the Yoga word is very broad. Its area is also very vast, due to which many meanings and definitions of yoga are found. The literal meaning of yoga is to join or connect. Yoga is a universal religion that is devoid of the prejudices of all religions and sects, which teaches the knowledge of life through its experience and inspires the seeker to its ultimate goal.

  • What are the different Misconceptions related to Yoga6 Misconception Related To Yoga Its Conclusion & Prevention
    Many misconceptions related to Yoga are spread in society. In general, in our society, in the context of yoga, this misconception is prevalent that yoga is related to a particular person, yogi, ascetic or Hindu religion. Another misunderstanding […]
  • Shakti Chalana KriyaHow To Do Shakti Chalana Kriya/Mudra And What Are Its Benefits
    This mudra is called Shakti Chalana Kriya because it contains the fast movement of power. ‘Shakti’ Means ‘Power’ and ‘Chalana’ means ‘movement’. About Shakti Chalani Mudra In The Scriptures. According to the Gheranda Samhita, the Kundalini which is […]
  • How to Practice Kechari Mudra Yoga And What Are Its Benefits
    There are some mudras in yoga that can only be done by yogis. An ordinary person should not practice them. Kechari Mudra is a Mudra which should be done only by the seekers/yogis. If the common man wants to practice it, then he should practice it in […]
  • Kundalini YogaKundalini Yoga Science & How to Awaken Kundalini Energy
    Ancient Indian Sage-Munis have composed many texts on Yoga Science. Since they had reached the peak of self-science, therefore their attention went towards the life of the creature for the upliftment of their lives. They talk about many ways of […]
  • Chandra Namaskar YogaChandra Namaskar Yoga (Moon Salutation) Sequence & Benefits
    Like the Surya Namaskar, Chandra Namaskar is also very important in yoga. There are also 12 steps in it, (somewhere 14 steps are also described) which have 12 Mantra. These Mantras can be chanting with every posture. As such, every asana has its own […]
  • Know How To Practice Karma Yoga and Types Of Karma Yoga
    The importance of Karma Yoga in various branches of yoga is very practical and unique because through Karma yoga we know the legislation to perform karma/work. Physical and mental work is called karma. Whatever we do, think or say, all this has an […]
  • Asana For Different DiseasesDifferent Yoga Asanas For Different Diseases & Disorders
    Yoga should be practiced by every person in his life, but it would be reasonable for the seeker to first understand all the things related to Yoga and then implement it. Doing so gets more profit. Since the number of yoga postures is very high, […]
  • Jivha BandhaJivha Bandha or Locked Tongue Pose {Steps & Benefits}
    There are mainly five bandha, one of which is Jivha Bandha, other four are Jalandhar Bandh, Uddiyan Bandh, Mool Bandh, and Maha Bandh. Jivha means “tongue” and bandha means “bind” or “lock”. The bandha is used to affect the […]
  • Maha BandhaMaha Bandha Yoga or Tri Bandha (Great Lock) Steps & Benefits
    In Maha Bandha “Maha” means “great” and “Bandha” means “bond” or “Lock”. By practicing this yoga, the vital breath can be stopped on any part of the body. This yoga asana is a combination of three Bandha i.e Jalandhara Bandh, Uddiyan Bandh, and Mool […]
  • Jalandhara BandhaJalandhara Bandha Yoga or Chin Lock {Steps and Benefits }
    It is also known as Chin lock or Throat lock. Jalandhara Bandha is considered as a very important bandha in Ashtanga Yoga. In Yoga, three bonds have been described and one of them is Jalandhar Bandha. Other two are Moola Bandha and Uddiyana Bandha. […]
  • Uddiyana BandhaUddiyana Bandha Yoga Kriya (Abdominal Lock) Benefits & Steps
    When our age increases, our skin starts getting loose and our stomach starts growing. The nerves of our body also begin to weaken. Everyone has to undergo such a problem, but when we practice Uddiyana Bandha, it has an effect on our growing age. By […]
  • Mula Bandha Or Root LoackMula Bandha Yoga (Root Lock) Steps and Benefits
    Moola means root, base, foundation or source, Bandha means dam or lock, Asana means Pose. In the Yoga, the relation of the Mula Bandha is with the Muladhara chakra, which is located between the anus and below the navel. It works like a dam The way […]
  • Yoga DietBest Yoga Diet Plan | Types of Yogic Diet & Its Importance
    Due to inappropriate food and bad diet, the illness in our body can be corrected by taking a balanced diet rather than taking medication. What we eat, we eat it for the development of our body. So it is necessary that we make a scale for this that, […]
  • Yoga For Crohn's DiseaseYoga For Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis Treatment
    Millions of people around the world are suffering from Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Modern medical science says that there is no cure for Crohn’s diseases but by medication and surgery it can be controlled. Now people all […]
  • Improve Memory10 Best Yoga To Improve Memory Power & Brain Function
    We definitely think of building a muscular body once in our life, but we never think of the development of our brain power and Improve Memory. Most people will not realize this how much the yoga effect has on our brain and helps in enhancing our […]
  • Panch Kleshas5 Kleshas in Yoga According to Maharishi Patanjali
    Nowadays, wherever we look in the world, everyone looks unhappy. What is that sadness for which we are so troubled? Then our sages finally concluded that there are some tribulations in our mind that cause these Kleshas. Patanjali describes the […]
  • Yoga Mudra7 Types Of Yoga Hand Mudras & Their Meaning {Steps & Benefits}
    The human body is an amazing piece of art that can keep itself healthy and has so much potential that it can fight diseases. But humans think that their body does not have such a capability, but our sages and scientists believe this reality. In this […]
  • Abhyasa & Vairagya {Practice & Non Attachment}: Yoga Sutra 1.12
    We have discussed this before that there are 3 types of seekers: Best, Medium, and Bad. For those who are great seekers, Maharshi Patanjali has given them the Abhyasa and Vairagya Sutra on 1st Pada of Yoga Darshana. If your mind is already refined, […]
  • Meaning of Yoga Chitta Vritti Nirodha | Types of Chitta Vritti
    The Chitta (Mind) is a spectacular result of nature. There are 2 elements in this world – Root (Jad) and Animate (Chetna). Those things which do not have consciousness are called root, such as houses, rock, etc. The things that grow are called […]
  • Patanjali Yoga SutraUnderstanding Patanjali Yoga Sutra {A Detailed Summary For Beginners}
    As we all know that Yoga philosophy has a very important place in Indian philosophy. As the purpose of philosophy is to get rid of any person with his sorrows. So this relief of sorrow is known in the Indian philosophy as salvation, construction, […]
  • What is Viveka Khyati in Yoga? | Types of Viveka Yoga
    “Viveka” means “Right” and “Khyati” means “knowledge” so Viveka Khyati means Right knowledge. When a seeker reaches the last stage of Sampragya samadhi during the meditation, then there is an awareness of Viveka Khyati in the seeker. The position of […]
  • What is Samadhi in Yoga? | Types of Samadhi by PatanjaliWhat is Samadhi in Yoga? | Two Types of Samadhi By Patanjali
    Samadhi is a state in which the obstacles of our mind are locked and the expanse of the seeker’s life ends. This is the state in which man takes control of all his senses and puts all his powers into the divine. As we discussed in ashtanga […]
  • Patanjali Ashtanga Yoga Information And Its 8 LimbsThe Eight Limbs of Patanjali Ashtanga Yoga {Detailed Summary}
    Ashtanga Yoga’s Concept was given by Maharishi Patanjali. In this Ashtanga Yoga, he has told about the 8 limbs of yoga. Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, and Samadhi. These are the 8 limbs of Ashtanga Yoga, which we […]
  • Yoga for Heart DiseasesBest Yoga for Heart Disease Prevention | Yoga For Heart Patient
    Cardiovascular disease, obstruction in the arteries of the heart, shortness in the work capacity of the heart, enlargement of the heart, excessive heart rate, high blood pressure, problems of tachycardia, problems of heart blockage, the problem of […]
  • Yoga Faq18 Yoga FAQ | Short Question And Answer On Yoga
    Recently you start practicing yoga and as a beginner, there are lots of questions in your mind related to Yoga, Pranayama, and Meditation. Today we are going to discuss some common and FAQs which was asked by many people. We are going to start with […]
  • Ujjayi PranayamaCure Your Thyroid Problem Permanently By These 7 Best Yoga Asana
    The problem of the thyroid is growing rapidly nowadays. Well, thyroid is not a major disease, but if it is not treated at the right time, it can also kill you. Before talk about Yoga for Thyroid, let’s understand what the thyroid is and what […]
  • Yoga for happiness and relaxation10 Best Yoga For Happiness And Relaxation {Beginner Guide}
    Our body, mind, emotions are key to maintaining happiness and excellent health. The primary advantage of yoga is a healthy life and when happiness and relaxation are all around us, then only we can live a blissful life. If we are surrounded by […]
  • Surya Namaskar {Sun Salutation} Benefits and Steps
    Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation is not about sun Worship. Surya Namaskar means integrating the sun within you. All of us are solar powered, there is no life on this planet which is not solar powered. If we manage the solar energy within us in a […]
  • Yoga During PregnancyBest Yoga During Pregnancy For Normal Delivery | Prenatal Yoga
    Today we are going to talk about the best prenatal yoga which every pregnant woman can perform easily at home to give a healthy life to her baby. Our children are our replica, it is also certified by science. If we look at a parent and after that, […]
  • What is the best time to do YogaKnow What Is The Best Time To Do Yoga? {Morning or Night}
    According to today’s lifestyle, yoga holds great importance in our lives. But one thing that will come several times in your mind is that what is the best time to do yoga. This question usually comes in the minds of beginners and it is a […]
  • Best 5 Pranayama Breathing Techniques & Exercises for Beginners
    Today we are going to learn five Pranayama breathing techniques through which you can possibly treat any disease. But before this, know what is Pranayam. Pranayam is a Sanskrit word which is made up of 2 words “Prana” means […]
  • Ujjayi PranayamaUjjayi Pranayama breathing technique {Benefits & Steps}
    Ujjayi Pranayama is very beneficial for thyroid and all throat related problems. “Ujjayi” means “victory” and “pranayama” means breathing. This Pranayam is known as Ocean Breath in English. In Yoga science, it is […]
  • Sheetkari PranayamaSheetkari Pranayama (Hissing Breath) Benefits, Steps & Precaution
    Both Sheetkari Pranayama and Sheetali Pranayam are practiced in almost the same way. In these two Pranayam practices, we take the breath from our mouth, in other pranayamas we breathe from our nostrils. Sheetkari Pranayam meaning cooling breath just […]
  • shitali pranayamaKnow Shitali Pranayama health benefits and steps
    As the name suggests, this pranayama makes our body calm and cool. In Shitali pranayama we inhale from the mouth and exhale from our nostril. “Shitali” is a Sanskrit word which means “Cold or Chill” and Pranayam mean […]
  • Bahya PranayamaKnow Method Of Bahya Pranayama its Health Benefits & Steps
    “Bahya” means “external/outer” and “Pranayam” means “breathing” i.e Bahya Pranayama meaning external Breath. By external Pranayam, our inner powers are awakened from the cortex to the Sahasrara Chakra. […]
  • Anulom Vilom PranayamaAnuloma Viloma Pranayama and its astounding health benefits
    Disease-free life and achievement of the divine is the initial benefit of Yoga. In Anulom Vilom Pranayam, we churn the Prana in Ida Nadi and Pingala Nadi by which 72 million Nadis are awakened along with Sushumna. In the package of pranayama, Anulom […]
  • Nadi Shodhana PranayamaNadi shodhana pranayama steps & health benefits
    If you want to balance your actions, emotions and the consequences of your life, it is very important to balance your thoughts. The Nadi Shuddhi plays an important role in bringing this very essential balance. Nadi Shodhana Pranayama literally means […]
  • Bhramari PranayamaBenefits of Bhramari Pranayama [Humming Bee Breath]
    This is called Bhramari Pranayama because the sound that is produced when exhaling is like a bumblebee. Bhramri Pranayam is also known as Humming Bee Pranayama.  In this pranayama, you have to take a deep breath and then you will have to sound like […]
  • Kapalbhati PranayamaHow To Learn Kapalbhati Pranayama [Benefits & Side Effects]
    The meaning of Kapalbhati, the meaning of the Kapal is “skull” and “Bhati” means “light”. Practicing Kapalbhati creates a light, grace, and glow on our forehead. The pranayama, which creates the sharpness or glow of the forehead or the brain, is […]
  • Bhastrika Pranayama3 Types of Bhastrika Pranayama or Bellows Breath {Benefits & Steps}
    Pranayama and meditation are given top priority in yoga. In the process of pranayama, Bhastrika Pranayama (Bellows Breathing or Bellows Breath or Deep Breathing) is practiced first. Bhastrika is a Sanskrit word meaning “Bellows” and […]
  • Udgeeth PranayamaMeaning of Udgeeth Pranayama or Omkar Jap [Benefits & Precautions]
    Udgeeth Pranayama is the simplest practice in the process of pranayama. The practice of this pranayama can also be done easily by a child of 4-5 years. In this exercise, you have to chant Om … Om … Om … (AUM). Udgeeth Pranayam is […]