Mahabharat and Yoga
Mahabharat is one of the most exotic and fantastic story in the world. If you look back as the  history of the story, you can see that yoga has a profound impact on the story of India. See what people say about the mahabharat online: 
"When the Mahabharat television series was made, I had friend who was a cameraman at the set. And he told me that they often brought the ACK Mahabharata series onto the set and used it as reference material-for dress, the building, and also for the episodes, the content. It is Kamala Chandrakant who deserves credit for this. She was thorough and very, very careful with regards to authenticity."[5]
— Yagya Sharma
 
Does consciousness exist because of the material world, or do time and space exist because of consciousness? The thought releases the river of higher knowledge which leads to the realization of the Divine Mother, the eternal Prakriti; the saga of creation; the paradoxical world of Brahma; the transformations of energy; the nectar of immortality, whereby, the journey emerges with a twist, magnifying the perception of endless possibilities.

Inspired by Mahabharat, where the divine song of Krishna unfolds in the midst of an epic battle, this book embraces the wisdom of Devi Mahatmya, Devi Suktas of Rig Veda, Garbh Upanishad and Yog Sutras of Patanjali to reveal the ancient science of India.
 
 
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