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Life is meant to be blissful
Learn how by reading; Inner Engineering - A Yogi's Guide to Joy

A Yogi's Guide to Joy

Inner Engineering or Creating the word the way you want

Life is meant to be blissful

Sadhguru is one of the most inspirational yogi’s in the world today. He has helped millions to walk the path towards joy and freedom independent of any belief systems.

He speaks plain English portraying the world as it is, without drama or putting anyone down.

Sadhguru reminds us that our

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Yoga Books

Build your yoga library

If you don’t have a guru, books are an important source of learning assisting all branches of yoga, especially the yoga of knowledge and wisdom.

For any student, Light on yoga is essential to understand asana and the Yoga Sutras by Maharishi Sadashiva Ishaya gives a more practical guide to Patanjali than most authors.

Principal Reference Books:

Light on Yoga by BKS

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Massage Books

Great massage titles for home or clinic

Books containing descriptions of every style of massage and instruction how to perform all these great massages. Please click on the book image to learn more, order or browse over 400 massage titles from Fishpond, NZ’s leading online store.. Mosby’s Fundamentals of Therapeutic Massage with CDROM The 3rd Edition is now ENHANCED with 2 CD-ROMs that include 60 minutes of

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Hindu Art Paintings

Heroes and Heroines

Representing the elements of Hinduism, including Hindu gods and episodes from the Upanishads, created in the tradition of Indian miniature painting.


In her perpetual battle against the negative forces threatening the world, the valiant goddess Durga often manifests further incarnations of her own power (shakti), known as ‘matrikas’ (mothers). There she is, riding her sprinting tiger sideways, much like the graceful women of India

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Batik Paintings

Lost wax art

Three apsaras

Batik Art, depicting Hindu iconography and traditional Indian subjects, created using the wax method of Batik Painting.

Works include: Parvati, as the goddess of abundance (Annapurna), pours into the alms-bowl of Shiva, his portion of food. An expressive portrait of the living legend Sri Sathya Sai Baba, with his characteristic (and beautiful) hair; the Ganga ghat at Varanasi.

A Buddhist wrathful deity, crushing

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Salwar Kameez

The richness of India

Bloom like an orchid flower with a suit of brilliant colour; become a starry night enlivened by fireworks; adorn the slimming stripes in shades of olive with white pants; let the net of intertwining vines creep over your body; turn out smartly in a sophisticated piece from Sanganer (Rajasthan).

Imbibe the many shades of blue from South India (Coimbatore); savour the understated sophistication of a chikan

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The Sari

The ultimate in feminine dress

The Oxford English Dictionary in 20 volumes, is perhaps the most comprehensive and authoritative lexicon in any language. It describes the sari in the following manner: “A long wrapping garment of cloth or silk, usually of a bright colour, worn by Hindu women.”

It further goes on to say: “In use one end is passed several times round the waist to form

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Clothing and Jewellery

Dress for comfort or to impress

Pure Wool and Pashmina Shawls, hand-woven in the looms of Kashmir and Kullu The unique achievement of the Jamawar shawl of Kashmir is the manner in which the many shades of a minimum number of colors merge into one aesthetic composition, the forms embodying these hues baffling one by their sheer number. Bright and luxurious silk shawls from Varanasi (Banaras); gentle soothing hues from

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Nepalese Art

Art & Sculptures from Nepal

What do the Tibetans when unhappy in love, do to win over their beloveds? They pray to Kurukulla, the wrathful manifestation of Goddess Tara. There she stands, precariously balanced, bathed in sensuous gold, holding her flowery weapons. The erotic symbolism is emphasized in her sadhana. For subjugating a man, the flower-hook and arrow are visualized as piercing his heart, while for attracting a woman, these

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Indian Fine Arts

Exotic Indian Fine Arts and Fashions

It has been many years since I have been to India where I was astounded by the skills of the craftspeople and the range, quality and affordability of goods available. In these pages are brief descriptions of excellent products to enrich your life and home.

There is a wide range of clothing and jewellery. Learn how to wear a sari and view the

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