About the Book:
The present monograph is based on Professor Anantharaman's studies and researches for over tow decades in the field of classical Yoga. It is the outcome of a sincere attempt by a scientist-technologist to understand and interpret ancient Yoga in today's idiom as well as in the light of recent findings of modern science in the realms of material transformation and human consciousness.
About the Author:
T. R. ANANTHARAMAN WAS FORMERLY professor of Metallurgy, at Banaras Hindu University and also Director, Thapar Institute of engineering and Technology at Patiala. At present he is working as Senior Scientist (INSA) at National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi. His main research accomplishments encompass a broad spectrum of topics in physical metallurgy. However, his most creative efforts have centred round pioneering contributions on rapidly solidified alloys and metallic glasses. He has published a large number of research paper. His publications include Bhagad Gita (1961) in German, Rapidly Solidified Metals: A Technological Overview (1987), The Rustless Wonder: A Study of the Iron Pillar at Delhi (1996).
|Guide to Pronunciation of Sanskrit||xiv|
|1.||The Foundations of Classical Yoga||7|
|2.||Science and the Modern World||12|
|3.||The Three Science of Ancient India||18|
|6.||Ancient Yoga in Modern Idiom||36|
|7.||Yoga of the Bhagavad-Gita||50|
|8.||Prajna and Supermind Evolution||59|
|9.||Yoga as an Evolutionary Transformation||70|
|10.||Meditation as a Monotectoid Reaction||78|