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Full Access The Identification of an Illustrated Hathayoga Manuscript and Its Significance for Traditions of 84 Āsanas in Yoga

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The Identification of an Illustrated Hathayoga Manuscript and Its Significance for Traditions of 84 Āsanas in Yoga

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This article identifies an illustrated Hathayoga manuscript preserved in the British Library (London) and discusses the manuscript's significance in the context of traditions of 84 postures (āsana) in Yoga.

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2007-06-01
2017-08-22

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