matsyendra


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Noun1.matsyendra - (Hinduism) a religious posture
asana - (Hinduism) a posture or manner of sitting (as in the practice of yoga)
Hindooism, Hinduism - a body of religious and philosophical beliefs and cultural practices native to India and based on a caste system; it is characterized by a belief in reincarnation, by a belief in a supreme being of many forms and natures, by the view that opposing theories are aspects of one eternal truth, and by a desire for liberation from earthly evils
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Tenders are invited for Ganga nagar me tahir se matsyendra tiwari evm meva lal se mahendra kumar tak gali nali sudhar karya.
En un conjunto de historias denominado "Natalicios ejemplares", Adrian Munoz presenta las variantes relativas al origen de Matsyendra, que van desde su asociacion con un pez que escucha las ensenanzas de yoga que Siva transmite a Devi, la diosa, hasta una referencia en el texto titulado Matsyendra-samhita, que ubica a Matsyendra como un pescador que provenia de una casta baja.
One was properly mastered by Goraksa and others") and Hathaprad[i.bar]pik[a.bar] 1.4ab hathavidy[a.bar]m hi matsyendragoraks[a.bar]dy[a.bar] vij[a.bar]nate ("Matsyendra, Goraksa, and others knew the science of Hatha").
According to Guru Siyag, Siddha Yoga is based on the philosophy of yoga as propounded by ancient sage Matsyendra Nath (after learning it from Lord Shiva himself) and later codified by Patanjali in Yoga Sutra.
As mentioned in this text that the rathajatra of Jatadhari Lokesvara which was introduced by Balarcanadeva, became one of the prominent jatras among other seven jatras which were prevalent in the valley before the Rato Matsyendra's jatra.