B. Sc. (Yoga ) 3 years duration (6 semesters)


UNIT – I: GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO YOGA



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UNIT – I: GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO YOGA


    1. Brief introduction to origin of Yoga, Psychological aspects leading to origin of Yoga, Hindu Mythological concepts about origin of Yoga

    2. History and Development of Yoga

    3. Etymology and Definitions of Yoga, Aim and Objectives of Yoga, Misconceptions about Yoga, True Nature of Yoga

    4. General Introduction to Schools of Yoga

    5. Principles of Yoga, Yoga Practices for Health and Harmony



UNIT – II: GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN PHILOSOPHY







    1. Philosophy: Its meaning, definitions and scope

    2. Branches of Philosophy, Philosophy: Its distinction from Religion and Science

    3. Indian Philosophy: Salient features of Indian Philosophy, Branches of Indian Philosophy (Astika and Nastika Darshanas)

    4. General introduction to Prasthanatrayee and Purushartha Chatushtaya

    5. Two-way relationship between Yoga and Indian Philosophy



UNIT – III: BRIEF SURVEY OF YOGA TRADITIONS – I




    1. Yoga in early Vedic period, Yoga in Vedic period, Yoga in Ayurveda

    2. General Introduction to Upanishads, Yoga in Principle Upanishads, Yoga in Yogopanishad

    3. Introduction to Epics (Ramayana, Mahabharata), Yoga in Ramayana, The nature of Yoga in Adhyatma Ramayana

    4. Yoga in Mahabharata, General introduction to Bhagavadgita, Yoga in Bhagavadgita

    5. Yoga in Yoga Vasishtha, Yoga in Medival Literature, Bhakti Yoga of Medival

Saints, Yoga in Narada Bhakti Sutra

UNIT-IV: BRIEF SURVEY OF YOGA TRADITIONS – II


    1. Introduction to Smritis and Yoga in Smritis

    2. Introduction to Puranas, Nature of Yoga in Bhagavat Purana

    3. General introduction to Shad-darshan, Yoga in Samkhya and Yoga Darshana, Yoga in Vedanta with special reference to Shankara, Ramanuja, Madhva and Vallabha

    4. General introduction to Agamas, Tantras and classification of Tantras, Concept of Shiva and Shakti, Yoga of Shaiva Siddhanta

    5. Yoga in Shakta Tantra: Concepts of Nadi and Prana in Tantra, Kundalini, effects of Kundalini and Shatchakra Sadhana



BOOKS FOR REFERENCE

Patanjali YogaDarshana






























Singh S. P

:

History of Yoga, PHISPC, Centre for Studies in Civilization Ist, 2010




Singh S. P & Yogi Mukesh

:

Foundation of Yoga, Standard Publication, New Delhi, 2010




Agarwal M M

:

Six systems of Indian Philosophy, Chowkhambha Vidya Bhawan, varanai, 2010




Swami Bhuteshananda

:

Nararad Bhakti Sutra, Advaita Ashrama Publication-Dept. Kolkata, II Edition, 2009
















Hiriyanna M

:

Essentials of Indian Philosophy, Motilal Banarsidas, Delhi, 2008




Radhakrishnan S

:

Indian Philosophy, Oxford University, UK (Vol. I & II) II Edition, 2008
















Padhi Bibhu & Minakshi

:

Indian Philosophy and Religion, DK Printword, New Delhi, 2007




























Swami Prabhavananda

:

Spiritual Heritage of India (English). Sri Ramkrishna Math, Madras, 2004




























Swami Vivekananda

:

Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga. Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta, 2000
















Karel Werner

:

Yoga and Indian Philosophy, Motilal Banarasidas, Delhi, 1979




Pandit, M. P.

:

Introduction to Upanishads: Theosophical Society of India, Adyar, Madras, 1976















II

FOUNDATIONS AND PRACTICES OF HATHA YOGA – I


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L+2T

5 Credits


UNIT – I: GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO HATHA YOGA





    1. Hatha Yoga: Origin, Meaning, Definition, Aim, Objectives and Misconceptions

    2. Hatha Yoga: Its Philosophy and Foundations

    3. History and development of Hatha Yoga, Hatha Yoga Parampara, Brief Introduction to eminent Hatha Yogis of Natha Cult and their contribution for the development of Yoga

    4. Ghatashudhi: its importance and relevance in Hatha Yoga sadhana

    5. Relationship between Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga


UNIT – II: HATHA YOGA: PRE-REQUISITES


    1. Badhaka Tattva (Obstacles) and Sadhaka Tattva (Facilitatory factors) in Hatha Yoga

    2. Concepts of Matha, Concept of Mitahara, Pathya (conducive) and Apathya (non-conducive) ,Types of aspirants

    3. Dasha Yama and Niyama and their relevance in Hatha Yoga Sadhana

    4. Rules and regulations to be followed by Hatha Yoga practitioners (Do's and Don'ts)

    5. Swara,Importance of Svarodaya-jnana in Hatha Yoga Sadhana, Hatha Siddhi Lakshanam.


UNIT – III: HATHA YOGA PRINCIPLES


    1. Introduction to Tantra Yoga and its relationship with Hatha Yoga

    2. Concept of Swas-prashwas, Vayu, Prana and Upaprana

    3. Concept of Kand, Nadi, Swar, Chakra and Granthi

    4. Kundalini prabodhan, Unmani avastha, Nadanusandhan

    5. Concept of Samadhi according to Hatha Yoga Texts


UNIT – IV: INTRODUCTION TO BASIC HATHA YOGA TEXTS



    1. General Introduction to Basic Hatha Yogic Texts : their nature and objectives

    2. General Introcduction to Siddhasiddhantapaddhati, Goraksha Samhita, and Shiva Samhita.

    3. Breif introduction to Hatha Pradeepika.

    4. Breif introduction to Gheranda Samhita.

    5. Breif introduction to Hatha Rathnavali.


BOOKS FOR REFERENCE





Sahay G.S.

:

HathaYoga Pradeepika of Svatmarama, MDNIY Publication, 2013




Sharma BR

:

Jotsna (Comentory of HathaYoga Pradeepika) Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala, 2013
















Gharote ML

:

Hatharatnavali,

The Lonavala Yoha Institute, Lonavala, Pune, IInd Edition, 2009


















Swami Kuvalyananda & Shukla, S.A.

:

Gorakshasatkam,

Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2006






Gharote M.L. & Pai, G.K. (Edi)

:

Siddhasidhantpaddhati ,

Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2005.







PLRD

:

Vasistha Samhita,

Kaivalyadhama Samiti, Lonavla, 2005.






Korpal, Nitin &

Shankar, Ganesh



:

HathaYoga and Human Health,

Satyam Publishing House, New Delhi, 2005.



















Swami Digambarji & Gharote M.L.

:

Gheranda Samhita

Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla,1978.






Swatmaramaji

:

Hathapradipika (Jyotsana- tika),

Adyar Library, Madras.






Bharati, Swami Veda
Reddy Venkata

:

Philosophy of Hatha Yoga (English)

Himalayan, Pennsylvania.


Hatha Ratnavali


III
BASICS OF YOGIC ANATOMY


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

1L+1T

2 Credits


UNIT I: GENERAL ANATOMY


    1. General Introduction to Anatomy, its significance, nomenclature & terminology

    2. Introduction to Musculo-skeletal system

    3. Introduction to types of Bones and Joints,

UNIT II: HEAD AND NECK


    1. Face – facial muscles, functions of facial muscles

    2. Eyelids, Lachrymal Apparatus, Nose, Nasal Cavity, Sinuses

    3. Oral cavity and Pharynx,

    4. Bones ,Joints and muscles of head and neck.

UNIT III: THORAX AND ABDOMEN


    1. BonesJoints and muscles of thorax and abdomen

    2. Structure of heart ,lungs and other systems relevant to yoga as per textbook of yogic anatomy and physiology

UNIT IV: UPPER & LOWER EXTREMITIES



    1. Skeleton, position and joints of upper and lower extremities

    2. Muscles and muscle groups, of upper and lower extremities

    3. Applied anatomy and surface markings of limbs


Books fo referance
Thatte DG Sharir rachna vigyan ,textbook of human anatomy

Priyanka N Yoga and sharir rachna


MM Gore Kavalyadhama, Lonawala,Pune- Anatomy and physiology of Yogic Practices


IV---BASICS OF SANSKRIT – I


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L+1T

4 Credits


UNIT-I: संस्कृतभाषा परिचय।

1.1 संस्कृतभाषा परिचय, योगशास्त्र के अध्ययन में संस्कृत का महत्त्व और योग एवं संस्कृत का अन्तःसम्बन्ध।

1.2 माहेश्वरसूत्र। संस्कृतवर्णमाला,स्वर ,व्यंजन वर्गज्ञान सहित (रोमन लिपि में लेखन एवं पठन)

1.3 वर्णों के उच्चारणस्थान और प्रयत्न ज्ञान।प्रत्याहार निर्माण विधि एवं प्रत्याहार ज्ञान।

1.4 कारक, विभक्ति(सुप् और तिङ्),लिङ्ग,वचन,पुरुष, लकार एवं वाक्याङ्ग परिचय।

1.5 संस्कृत संख्याएं (एक से सौ तक)

UNIT-II: शब्दरूप।

    1. अजन्तशब्दरूप-राम, बालिका, पुस्तक, मुनि, रुचि, वारि शब्दों के रूप अर्थज्ञान सहित।

    2. अजन्तशब्दरूप-नदी, भानु, धेनु, मधु, पितृ, मातृ शब्दों के रूप अर्थज्ञान सहित।

    3. सर्वनाम शब्दरूप- अस्मद्, युष्मद्, तत्(तीनो लिङ्गों में), एतद्(तीनो लिङ्गों में), किम्(तीनो लिङ्गों में)

    4. सर्व(तीनो लिङ्गों में), भवत्(तीनो लिङ्गों में) शब्दों के रूप अर्थज्ञान सहित।

    5. हलन्तशब्दरूप-भगवत्, आत्मन्, नामन्, जगत् शब्दों के रूप अर्थज्ञान सहित।

UNIT-III: धातुरूप ।

    1. भू.अस्,पठ्,मुद्,कृ,लिख्,नम्,दृश् धातुओं के पांच लकारों(लट्,लृट्,लङ्,लोट्,लिङ्) में रूपज्ञान एवं वाक्य निर्माण अर्थज्ञान सहित।

    2. वद्,गम्,स्था,पा(पिब् )दा, शक्, आप्,प्रच्छ् धातुओं के पांच लकारों(लट्,लृट्,लङ्,लोट्,लिङ्) में रूपज्ञान एवं वाक्य निर्माण अर्थज्ञान सहित।

    3. ज्ञा,कथ्,चिन्त्,ब्रू,श्रु,नी, याच्,खाद् ,शीङ्,

    4. धातुओं के पांच लकारों(लट्,लृट्,लङ्,लोट्,लिङ्) में रूपज्ञान एवं वाक्य निर्माण अर्थज्ञान सहित।

3.5 प्रथमदीक्षा के प्रथम एवं द्वितीय अध्याय से वाक्यनिर्माण एवं अर्थज्ञान का अभ्यास।

UNIT-IV: वाक्यनिर्माण ।

    1. प्रथमदीक्षा के तृतीय अध्याय से वाक्यनिर्माण एवं अर्थज्ञान का अभ्यास।

    2. प्रथमदीक्षा के चतुर्थ अध्याय से वाक्यनिर्माण एवं अर्थज्ञान का अभ्यास।

    3. प्रथमदीक्षा के पंचम अध्याय से वाक्यनिर्माण एवं अर्थज्ञान का अभ्यास।

    4. प्रथमदीक्षा के षष्ठ अध्याय से वाक्यनिर्माण एवं अर्थज्ञान का अभ्यास।


BOOKS FOR REFERENCE

Sanskrit Vakya prabodh By swami Dayanand Saraswati (delhi sanaskrit academy)

Moorty CLN

:

First Book of Sanskrita, Chaukhabha Sanskrit Series, Varanasi, 2010

Panshtantra By Vishnu Sahrma



Sanskrit swayam shikshan

Dr

Satwalaker (Nai sarak ,govind ram hasanaan)

Sanskrit vernouccharan shiksha




Panini muni pranit (Ram lal kapoor trust)

Perry E D

:

A Sanskrit Primer, MLBD, New Delhi, 2004










द्विवेदी कपिल देव

:

प्रारम्भिक रचनानुवाद कौमुदी ;विश्वविद्यालय प्रकाशन वाराणसी, 2011



















V--FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH – I


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

2L+1T

3 Credits


Unit 1 – EVOLUTION AND FUNCTIONS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

    1. Evolution of human language, uniqueness of human language

    2. Functions of Language: Instrumental, Regulatory,

    3. Functions of Language: Interactional, Personal,

    4. Functions of Language: Heuristic, Imaginative, Representational

    5. English as a Global language, Michael Halliday’s concept of Functionalism


Unit 2 – ACQUISITION OF SKILLS

2.1 Functional English: definition, conceptualization in the light of the purposes/functions of language

2.2 Acquisition of skills required to use current English in a variety of contexts, Role of students as generators of knowledge.

2.3 Use of English in various text types.

2.4 Functional English as a multi-focal discipline; Primary focus on communication skills: ELT (English Language Training), LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading Writing): Grammar, Phonetics, vocabulary building.

2.5 Varieties of English: British and American.


Unit 3 - ENGLISH: ITS APPLICATION

3.1

Media: Radio, TV, Print, Formats and stylistics, Films, Web Resources, Webliographical flair.

3.2

Literature/Creative Writing: different genres, methods of analysis

3.3

Business English: Business Communication, Business vocabulary, meetings, presentations, negotiations, socialising, Biz journals and periodicals

3.4

Translation: Role of translation in the Indian/International context, Equivalence, cultural transaction, Translation in the IT era.

3.5

Sports and Entertainment: announcing, comparing, commentaries


Unit 4 – APPROACHES AND THEORIES OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

4.1 Approaches to language: Acquisition/Learning/Teaching, Grammar Translation Method

4.2 Direct Method, Audio-lingual Method

4.3 Communicative approach, Notional Functional Approach

4.4 Task-based Language Teaching

4.5 Theories: Behaviourism, Cognitivism, Social Development Theory, Cooperative Learning, Universal Grammar.









BOOKS FOR REFERENCE


Nagaraj, Geetha.

:

English language Teaching. Hyderabad: Orient Longman, 2008.

Trask R. L.

:

Key Concepts in language & Linguistics. London: Routledge, 2004.

Trask R. L.

:

Language the Basics. London : Routledge, 2003

Halliday MAK.

:

Spoken and written Language. London: OUPP,

Halliday MAK.

:

An Introduction to Functional Grammar. London: Arnold

Mathew, et al.

:

Language Curriculum: Dynamics of Change (Vol. I & II). Orient Longman

Tickoo, M. L.

:

Teaching and Learning English. Orient Longman

Vygotsky, L. S.

:

Mind in Society. Cambridge: Harvard University Press

Richards, Jack C and Theodore S Rodgers.

:

Approaches and methods in language teaching .Cambridge : CUP,1995.

Hatim ,Basil and Jeremy Munday.

:

Translation: An Advanced Resource Book. Oxon: Routledge,2004.

Crystal, David.

:

English as a Global Language. Cambridge: CUP

Mascull, Bill.

:

Business vocabulary in Use. Cambridge : CUP,2004




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