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Sanskrit (संस्-ृतम् saṃskṛtam [sə̃skɹ̩t̪əm], originally संस्-ृता वा-् saṃskṛtā vāk, "refined speech"), is a historical Indo-Aryan language and the primary liturgical language of Hinduism.


200 Key Sanskrit Yoga Terms
Discerning dharma from kharma or bhakti from shakti is an important lesson for all yoga students—whether you are a beginner or a long-time yogi.
By Georg Feuerstein ...

Forward-bend Pose (oo-grah-sa-na) Ugra-asana - The Sanskrit word ugra means powerful, mighty, strong or noble. We usually keep this posture untranslated but it can be called the noble or powerful posture.

Yoga Poses Alphabetically by Sanskrit Names
If you only know the Sanskrit names of a yoga pose, look it up here where the poses are arranged alphabetically by Sanskrit name.

If you would like to hear some mantras or the Sanskrit alphabet and/or practice with them you can go to our download page.
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Sanskrit Menu ...

sanskrit - one of the first written human languages; usually written in devanagari script - literal "the cultured language"
शिव ...

Sanskrit: the language of the Vedas, one of the oldest languages in the world.

Other Sanskrit and Pali translations...
Further Reading...
Teach Yourself Sanskrit
Michael Coulson ...

Sanskrit
a language used in of Yoga, Hinduism and Buddhism, and an official languages of India, considered "historical".
Santosha or Santosh ...

(Sanskrit to English)
Swagatam! (Welcome!:)
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vrddhi [in Sanskrit grammar]: the long modification.
Vrindavan see Vrndavana
Vrishabha see vrsabha ...

Glossary of Sanskrit Terms
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adhibhuta: pertaining to the elements
adhidaiva: presiding deity
adhiyajnah: entire administration of the cosmos in its various facets
abhyasa: repetition, practice
abhyasa yoga: the yoga of persistent practice ...

Understanding Sanskrit Names
For Yoga Postures

Sources: light on Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar ...

Sanskrit: Learning the Language of Yoga
Remember the muted-trombone teacher talk in Peanuts cartoons (bwah-bwah-bwah)?

Sanskrit Terms for Hatha Yoga Postures
Adho Down
Adho Mukha Svanasana ("AH-doh MOO-kah shvah-NAHS-anna") Downward Facing Dog ...

Sanskrit training includes Mantra, Asanas, Pranayama, and other Yoga words.

Sanskrit: The classical literary language of India. All the words relating to Yoga come from Sanskrit, the ancient Indo European language of Hinduism, the Vedas and other sacred texts.

(gives Sanskrit: I-10)
which uses the metaphor of walking in a hot desert. It implies that bliss comes to the one whom, after wandering in the desert, has been able to find shelter.

Sanskrit letter are engraved on the petals of the lotuses, which symbolizes cosmic energy in the form of the exposed word.

Sanskrit Name for Yoga Poses, Postures and AsanasEnglish Name for Yoga Poses, Postures and AsanasVisualLevel
Adho Mukha Svanasana Pose
Downward Facing Dog
Beginner, All Levels ...

Sanskrit and Siddha Yoga, SYDA Foundation definitions in Black
Sathya Sai Organization definitions in Blue Italics
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Sanskrit
ancient language from which many modern languages are derived; the language related to mantras
Santosha ...

(Sanskrit) (Bhagavad-Gita, Chapter 9, Text- 4, Most Confidential knowledge.
Meaning: By Me, in My unmanifested form, the entire universe is pervaded. All things are in in Me, but I am not in them.

(Sanskrit) Usually translated as "truth-company" or being in the company of the wise. And satsang, according to several texts of yoga, is one of the great doorways to inner freedom.

In Sanskrit, the causes of pain are termed daihic, daivic and bhautic tapa. This is not tapas (austerity), but tapa. Tapa literally means 'heat, burning, producing heat'. What is burning?

In Sanskrit the word ushtra means camel.
Position of Readiness
Fold back both the legs at the knees (keep them apart from one another at about six inches) and be seated on the curve of soles and toes, ...

In Sanskrit, Sarva means the whole and Anga means body or limb or part. Thus Sarvanga means the whole body or all the limbs and Sarvangasana refers the pose that benefits the whole body.

In Sanskrit Nirvana means "blowing out". It often refers to leaving worldly attachments behind. Quite often when performing this the practitioner visualizes toxins leaving the body.

In Sanskrit, the Shoulder Stand is called Salamba Sarvangasana. Sarva translates as "whole, entire." Anga means "limb" or "body." Salamba means "with support.

In Sanskrit, ha means sun, tha means moon. Hatha yoga is the practice of harmonizing the body's inner currents (principally the currents of Feeling, Thinking, Willing, and Acting) until they are in perfect balance.

In Sanskrit Bhastrika means 'bellows'. Rapid succession of forcible expulsion is a characteristic feature of Bhastrika. Just as a blacksmith blows his bellows rapidly, so also you should move your breath rapidly.

The Sanskrit word, swara, has many definitions and applications. In yoga, briefly stated, swara pertains to the recognition of rhythm, pulsation, or wave of the universe tracing these wave forms and patterns back to their source.

The Sanskrit name of the pose coveys several images.   Triang means "three limbs" literally and can refer to the three limbs that you are extending forward.   Or more loosely the term can refer to three parts of the body in general.

See also: See also: Yoga, Spirit, Spiritual, Asana, Prana

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