- Dhyana is the seventh limb of Ashtanga Yoga. Dhyana means worship, or profound and abstract religious meditation. It is perfect contemplation.
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- The Buddha constantly encourages his followers to cultivate dhyana.
- Mural exhibition dedicated to Ganesha
- Simha Ganesha, who is visualised as white in colour, Vijaya Ganapathi and so on. â€œThe form of â€˜Drishti Ganapathiâ€™ has been painted by each of the artists, besides attempting a form based on a â€˜dhyana slokaâ€™ and a mythological story.
- New Dhyana mandir to honour saint poetess Vengamamba
- HYDERABAD: In honour of saint-poetess Matrusri Tarigonda Vengamamba who dedicated her life in the service of Lord Balaji, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams will construct a dhyana mandir at Vengamamba Brindavan in Tirumala.
- Once a rare Jain sculpture, now a washing stone
- The tirthankara is depicted in the 'dhyana' (meditation) pose with flywhisk bearers behind him. The sculpture also has an 'Ashoka vriksha' (tree) above the head and 'chamaradharis' (bearers carrying flowers) on each side.
- Vengamambas death anniversary observed
- TIRUMALA: Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) plans to construct a Dhyana Mandir at Vengamamba Brindavan here shortly as a mark of respect to the saint poetess Matrusri Tarigonda Vengamamba, who dedicated her life in service of Lord Srinivasa.
- Asanas do not make a yogi
- Dhyana is uninterrupted meditation without an object.
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- Dhyana - Yoga Meditation
- Dhyana, the aim of our yoga meditations, is the 7th stage of Patanjali's classical 8 -limbed ashtanga yoga...
- There are many different paths to Nirvana, but the most important one for us is the path of Dhyana.
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