Yogasan Video

Students Performing
various Yogasanas


Taad Asan, Vrikshasan,
bhrami pranayam


Importance of
pranayam, tratak

Introduction : Yoga is a Sanskrit word derived from the Sanskrit root "yuj" which means to connect, join or balance.The most important thing, however, is that Yoga - with its entire applications and implications - is a powerful means to an end. The ultimate end of all human pursuits is "Moksha." Moksha is freedom from all bondage; freedom from insecurities; freedom from the clutches of desires; freedom from the sense of limitations and inadequacy; freedom from all that thwarts us on our divine journey in life. In other words, the end of all human pursuits is everlasting peace, happiness and a sense of fulfillment. This is possible with steady and prolonged sincere practice of Yoga. It activates a process of cleansing and purification of mind, which in turn, prepares us for the dawning of Self-knowledge. Yoga means this connection; this knowledge that removes the impurities and the veil of ignorance that keeps us strangers to ourselves Read More.



 Pranayam (प्राणायाम) : 

is a Sanskrit word meaning "Control of Prana(life force) or Breath.the vital energy present in the air is called prana. We continuously gain thisenergy through breathing. Breath is gross in nature, whereas prana is subtle and allpervading.Prana is also known as Pranic force or Life-energy. The process to enhancethis vital force is called pranayam.

Pranayam se siddhiyan
If a person succeeds in reducing his breath length by 7 fingers, he experiences paranormal increase in his momentum. If a person thrives to reduce it by 8 fingers, he will be blessed with aanima, mahima, laghima, garima and the rest all aashth siddhis.
A person realizes navniddhi if he curtails his breath length by 9 fingers and after reducing it by 10 fingers he attains ten states of life. A person can get rid of his shadow in other words his shadow will become indiscernible if he succeeds in reducing his breath length by 11 fingers.
By cutting down the length of breath by 12 fingers, a person attains liberation.
People who practice pranayam should be forewarned that these pranayam should be practiced under the guidance of an experienced and proficient guru else it can result in mental sickness and/or other complications

 Different types of pranayam:

 Brhamari pranayam : Bhramari is the best breathing exercise for kids to improve memory power. It has immediate relaxing effect on the brain. If it is practiced regularly, mental stress, fatigue and high blood pressure reduces.
 Anulom vilom Regular practice of this Pranayam has the capacity of cleansing all your innumerable Nadis, which makes the body healthy lustrous and strong  .
Tripti pranayam This pranayam relieves mental tension. Pessimism is replaced by optimism. One is filled with joy, enthusiasm and fearlessness  
Tribandh Pranayam : To remove Depression,Physiological disorder and help to maintail celibacy (Brahmacharya) .The breathing becomes regular, rhythmic and extremely subtle with the practice ofthis pranayam; and the aspirant registers rapid spiritual progress apart from making tremendousgains on the health front 



Mudrā(Sanskrit) is "spiritual gesture". The physical body is made up of five elements namely - Air, Water, Fire, Earth and Aakash (ether - the tiny intercellular spaces in the human body).

Mudras create an energy field and can be used in healing. The ultimate goal of mudra is a higher state of consciousness. 

Jnana Mudra Shunya MudraVayu Mudra Apanavayu Mudra Prana Mudra
Know More About The benefits of Each Mudra and the procedures ...

 Meditation:   Meditation is the journey from Body-Mind Consciousness to Self Consciousness. The Indian Rishis attributed great importance to culture and stressed on the need for the development of the inner faculties of a human being. They discovered various methods of feeding, resting and revitalizing the body. After countless years of experience and experiments they developed special systems of exercises for increasing the strength, purity and power of all the faculties of man called Meditation.

Why should kids do meditation While meditating we try to concentrate on one single thing ie swastik,guru,bagwan picture which  increases our concentration and helps us work more efficiently and can do welll  in different era of life like sports studies,games.

 We feel happy about the materialistic possessions. But meditation helps in realizing the true happiness which flows from within as we seek happiness deep inside. We begin to grow spiritually and become the highest self.

Our mind becomes clear and we become more creative.

Mediation helps in good sleep as it calms the waves within our mind.


Yogic Chakras

Through inner attunement, the ancient yogis were able to perceive the energetic basis of all matter.  The seven chakras or energy centers comprise their model of the energetic or subtle body.  Each chakra is located along the spine, starting at the base and running upwards to the crown of the head. These centers are not visible by naked eyes but are "whirling disks of light" each radiate a specific color and spiritual quality, and are associated with corresponding psychological, physical, and emotional states necessary for the development of the whole person.

Seven Chakras and their positions:

1. Muladhar (root): It is located at the base of the spine.

2. Svadhisthana (sweetness):It is located at lower abdomen(between belly button and pelvic bone). 

3. Manipura (lustrous gem):It is located at solar plexus(between belly button and bottom of rib cage)

4. Anahata (not struck): It is located at the heart (center of the chest).

5. Vissudha (purification)It is located at the throat.

6. Aagyna (to perceive): It is located between the eyebrows, just above the bridge of the nose.

7. Sahasrara (thousand petaled): It is located at the crown (top) of the head.


A Mantra useful in celibacy

Take some milk in a cup. While gazing at the milk, repeat the following mantra twenty-one times and thereafter drink the milk. This is an excellent aid to Brahmacharya. This Mantra is worth remembering by heart

ॐ नमो भगवते महाबले पराक्रमाय मनोभिलाषितमं मनः स्तम्भ कुरु कुरु स्वाहा |

Om namo bhagwate mahabale parakramaay manobhilashitam manah stambh kuru kuru swaha


Brahmcharya Raksha Mantra

ॐ अर्यमायै नमः |

Om Aryamaayai Namah |

Japa this mantra whenever anti-brahmcharya thoughts comes in mind, Do japa for 21 times before going to sleep to avoid wet dreams.



Sarswaty Mantra Diksha By Pujya Bapuji :

Diksha is composed of two syllables, 'Diksha', 'Di' and 'ksha'. 'Di', means what is given or the person capable of bestowing divine grace. And 'ksha' means one who is capable of assimilating
When the Guru initiates His disciple with the mantra, He also bestows His sensitive power of intuition and empowers the disciple with His 'sankalpa' (benign resolve) as well Thats why mantra would be useful is taken from 'smarth guru'
Sarswaty Mantra-Diksha Specially give to student by bapuji to improvement students's memory power,physical health and 'sanskars' ie Parents,teachers,elders respect.
Millions of student has been already benifited by sarswaty mantra diksha and enhanced their memory power through sarswaty mantra.

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