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


VI-- Practical – I (YOGA PRACTICAL – I)



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VI-- Practical – I (YOGA PRACTICAL – I)


(Elementary Yogic Practices)


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (60+40)

8 P

4 Credits

Practice of the following Yogic practices with brief theoretical knowledge about their importance of name, the technique, salient points, precautions to be taken and benefits of each of the following Yogic practices




  1. RECITATION OF HYMNS & HASTA MUDRA - 10 MARKS

  2. SHATKARMA - 40 MARKS

  3. BREATHING PRACTICES - 10 MARKS

  4. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers - 40 MARKS

TOTAL - 100 MARKS
I. RECITATION OF HYMNS & HASTA MUDRA Marks: 10
1.1 Recitation of Pratah-smaran and Shanti Mantras

1.2 Recitation of Pranava Japa and Soham Japa

1.3 Recitation of Hymns from Upanishad & Yoga Texts

1.4 Hasta Mudra: Chin, Jnana, Hridaya, Bhairav, Yoni



II. SHATKARMA Marks: 40
2.1 Dhauti (Kunjal,Vamana Dhauti, Vastra Dhauti)

2.2 Neti (Jalneti, Sutraneti)

2.3 Kapalbhati and its variants

2.4 Agnisara


III. BREATHING PRACTICES Marks: 10
3.1 Breath Awareness : Shwas-prashwas Sanyaman

3.2 Abdomen, Thoracic & Clavicular Breathing, Abdomen+Thoracic Breathing, Abdomen+Thoracic+Clavicular Breathing

3.3 Yogic Breathing: Pause Breathing (Viloma Pranayama), Spinal Passage Breathing (Sushumna Breathing)

3.4 Practice of Puraka, Rechaka & Kumbhaka (Antar & Bahya Kumbhaka)



IV. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers Marks: 40

As per the guidelines in the scheme of Examinations



BOOKS FOR REFERENCES


Yogeshwar

:

Text Book Of Yoga, Penguin Books, India, 2004.

Sri Ananda

:

The Complete book of Yoga, Orient Course Backs, Delhi, 2003.

Basavaraddi, I.V. & others

:

SHATKARMA: A Comprehensive description about Cleansing Process, MDNIY New Delhi, 2009

Joshi, K.S.

:

Yogic Pranayama, Oriental Paperback, New Delhi, 2009

Swami Kuvalyananda

:

Pranayama, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2010

Swami Rama

Swami Niranjananand Saraswati

Basavaraddi I. V. & others


:

:

:

Science of Breath, A Practical Guide, The Himalayan International Institute, Pennselvenia, 1998
Prana, Pranayama & Pranvidya, Yoga Publications Trust, Munger, Bihar, 2005
Prathah Smarana; MDNIY publication, New Delhi, 2009

Dr. Nagendra H R

:

Pranayama, The Art & Science, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashan, Bangalore, 2005


VII-- Practical II (YOGA PRACTICAL – II)


(Elementary Yogic Practices)


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (60+40)

8 P

4 Credits

Practice of the following Yogic practices with brief theoretical knowledge about their importance of name, the technique, salient points, precautions to be taken and benefits of each of the following Yogic practices, e.g. Yogic Suksma Vyayama, Yogic Sthula Vyayama, Surya Namaskar and Yogasanas etc.




  1. YOGIC SUKSMA AND STHULA VYAYAMA AND NABHI PAREEKSHA - 40 MARKS

  1. SURYA NAMASKARA - 10 MARKS

  2. YOGASANAS (Standing Postures for Body Alignments) - 10 MARKS

  3. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT - 40 MARKS

TOTAL - 100 MARKS
I. YOGIC SUKSMA AND STHULA VYAYAMA, NABHI PAREEKSHA Marks: 40



    1. YOGIC SUKSMA VYAYAMA (Marks: 30)




  1. Uccharana-sthala tatha Vishudha-chakra-shuddhi (for throat and voice)

  2. Prarthana (Prayer)

  3. Buddhi-tatha-dhriti shakti-vikasaka (for developing will power)

  4. Smarana shakti-vikasaka (for improving the memory)

  5. Medha shakti-vikasaka (for improving the intellect and memory)

  6. Netra shakti-vikasaka (for the eyes)

  7. Kapola shakti-vardhaka (for the cheeks)

  8. Karna shakti-vardhaka (for the ears)

  9. Griva shakti-vikasaka (for the Neck) (i) (A & B)

  10. Griva shakti-vikasaka (for the Neck) (ii) (A & B)

  11. Griva shakti-vikasaka (for the Neck) (iii)

  12. Skandha-tatha-bahu-mula shakti-vikasaka (for the shoulders)

  13. Bhuja-bandha shakti-vikasaka

  14. Kohini shakti-vikasaka

  15. Bhuja-valli shakti-vikasaka

  16. Purna-bhuja shakti-vikasaka (for the arms)




  1. Mani-bandha shakti-vikasaka




  1. Kara-prstha shakti-vikasaka




  1. Kara-tala shakti-vikasaka

  2. Anguli-mula shakti-vikasaka (for the fingers) (A & B)

  3. Anguli- shakti-vikasaka (for the fingers) (A & B)

  4. Vaksa-sthala shakti-vikasaka (for the chest) (1)

  5. Vaksa-sthala shakti-vikasaka (for the chest) (2)

  6. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (i)

  7. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (ii)

  8. Udara sakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (iii)

  9. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (iv)

  10. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (v)

  11. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (vi)

  12. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (vii)

  13. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (viii)

  14. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (ix)

  15. Udara shakti-vikasaka (for the abdomen) (x) (A, B & C)

  16. Kati shakti-vikasaka (for the waist) (i)

  17. Kati shakti-vikasaka (for the waist) (ii)

  18. Kati shakti-vikasaka (for the waist) (iii)

  19. Kati shakti-vikasaka (for the waist) (iv)

  20. Kati shakti-vikasaka (for the waist) (v)

  21. Muladhara-chakra-suddhi (for the rectum)

  22. Upastha tatha-svadhisthana-chakra-suddhi (for the genital organs)

  23. Kundalini shakti-vikasaka (for the kundalini)

  24. Jangha shakti-vikasaka (for the thighs) (i) (A & B)

  25. Jangha shakti-vikasaka (for the thighs) (ii) (A & B)

  26. Janu shakti-vikasaka (for the knees)

  27. Pindali shakti-vikasaka (for the calves)

  28. Pada-mula shakti-vikasaka (A & B)

  29. Gulpha-pada-pristha-pada-tala-shakti-vikasaka (for the ankles and the feet)

  30. Padanguli shakti-vikasaka (for the toes)



    1. YOGIC STHULA VYAYAMA (Marks: 10)




  1. Rekha-gati (Walking in a Straight line)

  2. Hrid-gati (Injanadaur – the Locomotive Exercise)

  3. Utkurdana (Jumping Exercise)

  4. Urdhva-gati (Upward Movement)

  5. Sarvanga-pusti (Developing the Entire body) &


1.3 NABHI PAREEKSHA
II. SURYA NAMASKARA Marks: 10



  1. YOGASANA (Standing Postures and body alignment) Marks: 10



    1. Tadasana, Vrikshasana, Urdhva-Hastottanasana, Kati Chakrasana

    2. Ardha Chakrasana, Paada Hastasana

    3. Trikonasana, Parshva Konasana

    4. Veerabhadrasan and its variations

IV Counselling When not to do yoga – situations where different yogic kriyas and asanas should not be done and taught

V Continuous evaluation by the Teachers Marks: 40

As per the guidelines in the scheme of Examinations



BOOKS FOR REFERENCES



Swami Dhirendra Bhramhachari

:

Yogic Sukshma Vyayama, Dhirendra Yoga Publications, New Delhi, 1980


Swami Dhirendra Bhramhachari

:

Yogasana Vijnana, Dhirendra Yoga Publications, New Delhi, 1966


Swami Kuvalyananda

:

Asana, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 1993


Swami Satyananda Saraswati

:

Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, Mudra, Bihar School of Yoga, Munger, 2006





























Iyengar, B.K.S.

:

Light on Yoga,Harper Collins Publishers, 2009


Sen Gupta Ranjana

:

B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga, A Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2001


Saraswati, Swami Satyananda

:

Surya Namaskara, Yoga Publication Trust, Munger, 2006


Tiwari, O.P.

:

Asana Why and How? Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2011


Radha, Sivananda

:

HathaYoga, jaico Publishing House, Delhi, 2004.






























VIII--PRACTICAL –III (ANATOMY PRACTICALS)


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (60+40)

2 P

1 Credits

I. Practicals - 40 MARKS

II. Viva Voce - 20 MARKS

III. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers - 40 MARKS

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TOTAL -100 MARKS


I. Practicals - 40 Marks


  1. Demonstration of Bones, Joints ,muscles

  2. Demonstration of Human Skeleton


II. Viva Voce - 20 MARKS

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

(YOGA)
B.Sc. (Yoga)

3 years (6 semesters)

SEMESTER - II

DETAILED SYLLABUS

I---FOUNDATIONS OF YOGA – II


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L +2T

5 Credits


UNIT – I: BRIEF SURVEY OF YOGA TRADITIONS – III


    1. Concept of Maha Yoga, Hatha Yoga Traditions and Sadhana, Development of Hatha Yoga in Modern Times

    2. Yoga in Modern Times: Yogic Traditions of Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda

    3. Yoga of Maharishi Raman, Integral Yoga of Shri Aurobindo.

    4. Brief Introduction to Yoga Paramparas in Contemporary Times: Yoga Parampara of Sri T. Krishnamacharya, Yoga Parampara of Swami Shivanada, Contribution of Sri Yogendraji, Swami Kuvalyananda,

    5. Contributions of Swami Satyananda Saraswati, Swami Dhirendra Bhramhachari and Yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar, Maharsi Mahesh Yogi in the promotion of Yoga.


UNIT - II: BRIEF SURVEY OF YOGA TRADITIONS – IV



    1. General Introduction to Non-Vedic Schools of Indian Philosophy: Jainism, Buddhism, Sufism, Sikhism etc.

    2. Introduction to Jainism, Anekantavada (Syadvada), Concept of Tri-ratnas, Concept of Kayotsarga (Preksha-dhyana).

    3. Introduction to Buddhism: Inroduction to Buddhism, Skandha-vada, Concept of Arya-satya or Four Noble Truths, Arya-astangika-marga or Noble-eight-fold-path (Bouddha-Yoga).

    4. Introduction to Sufism: Meaning and Characteristic features of Sufism, Elements of Yoga in Sufism, Sufi Meditation Techniques.

    5. Concepts and practices of Yoga in other religions.


UNIT - III: CLASSICAL SCHOOLS OF YOGA - I

3.1 General Introduction to Schools of Yoga: Schools with Vedantic Tradition, Schools with Samkhya- Yoga Tradition and Schools with Tantric Tradition

3.2 Jnana Yoga: Meaning of Jñāna and Jñāna-Yoga, Sadhana-chatushtaya, Means of Jñāna-Yoga.

3.3 Bhakti Yoga: Meaning of Bhakti and Bhakti-Yoga, Stages of Bhakti, Types of Bhakti, Means of Bhakti-Yoga.

3.4 Karma Yoga: Meaning of Karma and Karma-Yoga, Concept of Nishkama Karma, Means of Karma Yoga

3.5 Inter-relationship between Bhakti-Yoga and Karma-Yoga, Theory of Karma and Rebirth (Reincarnation).


UNIT - IV: CLASSICAL SCHOOLS OF YOGA – II


    1. Patanjala Yoga: Philosophical Foundations of Patanjala Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali, Relevance of Patanjala Yoga in day-to-day life.

    2. Hatha Yoga: Philosophical Foundations of Hatha Yoga, Hatha Yoga Sadhana, Chaduranga Yoga and Saptanga Yoga, Relevance of Hatha Yoga in day-to-day life.

    3. Inter Relationship between Patanjala Yoga and Hatha Yoga and their inter-dependance

    4. Kundalini Yoga: Philosophical Foundations and Practices of Kundalini Yoga

    5. Other auxiliary Schools of Yoga and their relevance in present days

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE


Sharma Chandradhar

:

A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy. Motilal Banarasidas, Delhi, 13th Edition, 2013

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

Arthuv Avalan

:

The Serpent Power, Sivalik Prakashan, New Delhi, 2009

Swami Bhuteshananda

:

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

Radhakrishnan S

:

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





































Stephen Sturges

:

The Yoga Book. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, 2004

Fenerstein, George

:

The Yoga Tradition: It’s History, Literature, Philosophy practice, Bhavana Books and Prints, 2002

Fenerstein Georg

:

The Yoga Tradition, MLBD, New Delhi, 2002


Swami Vivekananda

:

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










Karel Werner

:

Yoga and Indian Philosophy, Motilal Banarasidas, Delhi, 1979

Swami Jnanananda

:

Philosophy of Yoga. Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysore.

II --FOUNDATIONS AND PRACTICES OF HATHA YOGA – II


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L + 2T

5 Credits


UNIT - I: HATHA YOGA PRACTICES: SHODHANAKRIYAS


    1. Concept of Ghata, Ghatashuddhi, concept and importance of Shodana in Hatha Yoga

    2. Shodhana kriyas in Hatha Pradeepika

    3. Shodhana kriyas in Gheranda Samhita and Hatha Ratnavali

    4. Health benefits, precautions, and contraindications of Shodana kriyas

    5. Importance of Shodhana kriyas in health and disease.


UNIT - II: HATHA YOGA PRACTICES: YOGASANAS


    1. Definition, pre requisits and special features of Yoga-asana.

    2. Asanas in Hatha Pradeepika and Hatha Ratnavali

    3. Asanas in Gheranda Samhita

    4. Health benefits, precautions, and contraindications of different Asanas

    5. Importance of Asana in health and disease.


UNIT-III: HATHA YOGA PRACTICES: PRANAYAMA, BANDHA AND MUDRA
3.1 Concept and definition of Prana and Pranayama; its importance in Nadi shuddi; Pre-requisites of Pranayama, Nadishodhana Pranayama

    1. Importance of Pranayama in Hatha Yoga Sadhana and its phases and stages

    2. Pranayama in Hatha Pradeepika, Hatha Ratnavali & Gheranda Samhita, their health benefits, precautions and contraindications.

    3. Concept, definition of Bandha and Mudra, their importance in Hatha Yoga;

Bandhatraya in Hatha Yoga Sadhana, Mudras in Hatha Pradeepika, Hatha Ratnavali and Gheranda Samhita

    1. Health benefits, precautions and contraindications of Bandha and Mudra.


UNIT–IV: HATHA YOGA PRACTICES: PRATYAHARA, DHARANA, DHYANA

AND NADANUSANDHANA


    1. Concept of Manas (mind) and Kanda in Hatha Yoga

    2. Concept and definition of Pratyahara, Dharana and Dhyana in Gheranda Samhita.

    3. Techniques and benefits of Pratyahara, Dharana and Dhyana in Gheranda Samhita.

    4. Concept and benefits of Nada and Nadanusandhana in Hatha Pradeepika, four avasthas (stages) of Nadanusandhana.

    5. Relationship between Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga; Goal of Hatha Yoga


BOOKS FOR REFERENCE





Sahay G. S

:

Hatha Yoga Pradeepika, MDNIY, New Delhi, 2013




Sharma B. R

:

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




Gharote, M.M. & others
Reddy Venkata


:

Therapeutic references in Traditional Yoga Texts,

The Lonavla Institute, Lonavla, 2010.


Hatharatnavali




Gharote M L

:

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.






Gharotee, M.L.and others

:

Hatharatnavali of Srinivasayogi

The Lonavla Yoga Institute, Lonavla, 2002










































Ghosh, Shyam

:

The Original Yoga

Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi, 1999






Swami Maheshanandaji and Others

:

Shiva Samhita

Kaivalyadhama, S.M.Y.M. Samiti, Lonavla,1999






Swami Digambaraji and

Pt: Raghunatha Shastri



:

Hatha Pradeepika of Svatmarama

Kaivalyadhama, S.M.Y.M.Samiti, Lonavla, 1998






Swami Muktibodhananda Saraswati

:

Hatha Yoga Pradeepika : The light on HathaYoga

Bihar School of Yoga, Munger, 1985






Swami Digambarji & Gharote M.L.

:

Gheranda Samhita

Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla,1978.






Mr. Dvivedi

:

Nath Sampradaya of Hatha Yoga

Dvivedi Publications, Hindustani Academy, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, 1950.






Swatmaramaji

:

Hathapradipika (Jyotsana- tika), Adyar Library, Madras.




Bharati, Swami Veda

:

Philosophy of Hatha Yoga (English), Himalayan, Pennsylvania.



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