Shadow Yoga Bibliography & Recommended Texts

Pashupata Sutram with panchartha-bhasya of Kaundinya, Haripada Chakraborti.
Academic publishers Calcutta.

The Natyasastra ascribed to Bharata-Muni.
Translation by Manomohan Ghosh M.A. Ph.D.

Bhavadeva Mishra, Yukta Bhavadeva.
Translation by Dr M Gharote, Lonavla Yoga Institute, Pune, India, 2002 (first edition).

Gheranda Samhita.
Translation by Sris Chandra Vasu. Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar, India, 1895.

Gorakshanatha, Gorakshashatakam.
Translation by Swami Kuvalayananda & Dr. S.A. Samiti, Kaivalyadhama S.M.Y.M Samiti, Pune, India.

Gorakshanatha, Siddha Siddhant Padati.
Translation by Dr. M. Gharote, Lonavla Yoga Institute, Pune, India, 2005 (first edition).

Yogi Srinivasa, Hatha Ratnavali.
Translation by Dr. M. Gharote, Lonavla Yoga Institute, Pune, India, 2004 (first edition).

Poets of the Powers, Kamil V. Zvelebil.
Rider & Co., London, U.K., 1973.

Siddha Quest for Immortality, Kamil V. Zvelebil.
Mandrake of Oxford, Oxford, U.K., 1996.

Patanjali, Yoga Sutras.
Translation by Bangali Baba. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, India, 1975.

Siva Samhita.
Translation by Rai Bahadur Sris Chandra Vasu. Munshiram Manoharlal, Delhi, India, 1975.

La Siva Svarodaya.
Translation by Alain Danielou. Arche, Milano, 1982.

Salutations to the Teacher and the Eternal One.
Manuscript from transcribed talks of Krishnamacharya. Sri T. Krishnamacharya.

Sri Yogasana (in Kannada) by T. Krishnamacharya.
India, (publisher and date unknown).

Hatha Yoga Pradipika by Swatmarana.
Translation by Jyotsna of Brahmananda. Adyar Library & Research Centre, Chennai, India, 1972 (first edition).

Vasishta Samhita, Kaivalyadhama S.M.Y.M. Samiti.
Pune, India, 1984.

Yogayagnjavalkaya Samhita.
Translated by Dr. M. Gharote & Dr. V.A. Bedekar. Kaivalyadhama S.M.Y.M. Samiti, Pune, India, 1982.

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Info: Vitry-lès-Cluny

About the region

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Roche de Solutré: Not to miss, on the Great Site of France Solutré Pouilly Vergisson

Musée de préhistoire: Jardin archeological and botanical garden, the Maison du Grand Site to complete the tour.

Château De Pierreclos: In the midst of organic vineyards.

Chateau De Berze-Le-Chatel: Historical monument, one of the most well-preserved medieval fortified castles of Burgundy (where Ridley Scott shot ‘The Last Duel’!)

Chapelle Des Moines: In Berzé-la-Ville (the next village!)  – not to be missed.

Château De Cormatin: (only possible to visit its magnificent garden) Between Tournus et Cluny.

Les Communs: Local ceramists.

Chapaize – L’église Saint Martin & L’église De Lancharre: The village offers bed and breakfasts, 3 restaurants a Sunday organic market, an art gallery, and artists’ ateliers.

Grottes D’azé: Earth under life: in -350 000, a primal man appeared in the cave, then rhinos and antique elephants…the prehistorical cave and the underground river hide one of the largest European cave bears fields.

Grottes De Blanot

Château De Saint-Point-Lamartine: If one appreciates the writer

Solornay sur Guye: The neighbouring town – includes a restaurant, small food store, salon de thé – pâtisserie 

Cité- Abbaye De Cluny: The Benedictin Abbaye Of Cluny Shined On The Whole Middle Age Europe, Being The Widest Of Western Christianity Before The Building Of Saint-Peters In Rome.

Communauté De Taizé: Christian Ecumenical Community Founded In 1940 By Brother Roger.

Abbaye Saint Philibert – Tournus: One Of The Largest French Monastic Cities.