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International Workshop on Yoga Darshana

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The Yogasutra of Patanjali is one of the most influential texts on Yoga ever written. This aphoristic work explains the path of Yoga in a series of concise steps, making it an invaluable work for any sadhaka. It is one of the six darshanas of Hinduism. Over the two millenia since it was written, it has been a guide to many in India. In more recent times, it’s fame has spread throughout the world.

Vidyavatika is organizing a workshop for the study of the Yogasutra titled ‘International Textual Workshop on Yoga-darshana (Level 3)’. During this course, the participants will study (III.9 – IV) of the Yogasutra along with Vyasa’s commentary. The workshop aims to provide a complete picture of the Yoga-darshana and help the particpants appreciate the science that is Yoga.

More information about the workshop can be found here.

Indic Academy will sponsor three deserving candidates to attend the workshop by providing Rs 15000 for each participant. If you are interested in attending the workshop, please send a mail to us at Each participant must write an experiential essay on the workshop after attending it.


Location: Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Ettimadai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu – 641112

Date: The workshop commences on 24th December, 2018 and terminates on 31st December, 2018. Participants are requested to reach by 23rd December evening.

Vidya Vatika is an online platform for learning about the various knowledge systems of India. In the internet age, when all of the world’s information is available at the click of a mouse, the time for a revival of Indian thought is here. The timeless wisdom that lies ignored in ancient texts must now be brought to light once again in the modern world. Vidya Vatika aims at bringing back that knowledge and applying it to the modern day. Please check out Vidya Vatika’s website at

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