Author:Sri Ananda


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Gautama Buddha (Bangala)

By: Sri Ananda

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New Delhi, Maha Bodhi Book Agency/D.K. Printwold:

Seller ID: 1202516

ISBN: 8187032839

Condition: New

Printed Pages: 80 View more info

Yoga for Easier Pregnancy and Natural Childbirth

By: Sri Ananda

Price: $8.75

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Orient Paperbacks:

Seller ID: 106732

ISBN: 8122202403

Condition: New

Here is a book with poses, breathing exercises and meditations for the pregnant woman. Photos enhance clear and easy instructions for the poses. Attention to safety, mental, physical and emotional benefits of the poses, and variations are discussed very thoroughly. It is in clear and simple language. A safe and natural way to prepare for a wonderful birth experience. The book could also serve as a reference for midwives. The authors follow-up with their detailed three part course of yogic and breathing exercises for women- before, during and after pregnancy. It is a complete self help book for... View more info

Arctic Swallows and Other Poems (Anandacharya Universal Series: 4)

By: Sri Ananda Acharya

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Hoshiarpur, India, Vishveshvaranand Vedic Research Institute: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 026577

Condition: Very Good

Printed Pages: 585. Slightly chipped dust jacket. View more info


By: Sri Ananda Acharya

Price: $8.10

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Sundeep Prakashan: 1988

Seller ID: 112718

ISBN: 8185066140

Condition: New

The Indian philosophy whether natural or spiritual held in high esteem. It emerged as acceptable, balanced and basic tenets. Unlike the philosophies of other countries based on origin or traditional Indian philosophies reflect infinite depth and true nature of human aspirations. This is one of the reasons why the West and East alike inevitably practised it in diverse spheres as refined wisdom and knowledge and applicable in the development of creative humanity, as it tends, reflective of the original scriptures. The development of it become an inevitable factor and not contrary to the developm... View more info