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What is Yoga vasista ? what are it's other names?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 08 Feb '13 05:45 pm
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Yoga Vasistha is a Hindu spiritual text traditionally attributed to Valmiki. It recounts a discourse of the sage Vasistha to a young Prince Rama, during a period when the latter is in a dejected state. The contents of Vasistha's teaching to Rama is associated with Advaita Vedanta, the illusory nature of the manifest world[1] and the principle of non-duality.

Other names of this text are Mah-Rmyana, rsha Rmyana, Vasiha Rmyana, Yogavasistha-Ramayana and Jnanavasistha.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 08 Feb '13 05:46 pm

 
  
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YOGA-VASISTHA is a popular text on Non-dual God, Ancient in form and philosophical in content. It
is also known by other names like Knowledge Vasistha, Maha Ramayana, Vasistha Ramayana and
Vasistha and is ascribed to Sage Valmiki himself. It is in the form of replies given by Vasistha to Sri
Rama's queries regarding philosophical problems of life and death, and human suffering, and treats the
essentials of Advaita Vedanta.
Yoga Vasistha, written by Sage Valmiki, is the spiritual teaching imparted by Sage Vasistha to Sri Rama.
Yoga Vasistha is also known as the Maha Ramayana, the Uttar Ramayana and the Vasistha Ramayana.
It describes how Ramas knowledge, wisdom and understanding evolved and progressed throughout the
different stages of his life. Yoga Vasistha is an elaborate work, consisting of 32,000 verses and 64,000
lines. ...more
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 08 Feb '13 06:02 pm

 
  
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Yoga Vasista is nothing but self realisation ...........Yoga Vasistha (also known as Vasistha's Yoga) is a Hindu spiritual text traditionally attributed to Valmiki. It recounts a discourse of the sage Vasistha to a young Prince Rama, during a period when the latter is in a dejected state. The contents of Vasistha's teaching to Rama is associated with Advaita Vedanta, the illusory nature of the manifest world[1] and the principle of non-duality. The book has been dated between the 11th and 14th century AD) and is generally regarded as one of the longest texts in Sanskrit (after the Mahabharata) and an important text of Yoga. The book consists of about 32,000 shlokas (lines), including numerous short stories and anecdotes used to help illustrate its content. In terms of Hindu mythology, the conversation in the Yoga Vasishta takes place chronologically before the Ramayana.

Other names of this text are Mah-Rmyana, rsha Rmyana, Vasiha Rmyana, Yogavasistha-Ramayana and Jnanavasistha...... ...more
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Answered by pradeep mishra, 08 Feb '13 05:50 pm

 
  
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Vasistha's Yoga : a Hindu spiritual text traditionally attributed to Valmiki. It recounts a discourse of the sage Vasistha to a young Prince Rama, during a period when the latter is in a dejected state.
Answered by Psycho, 08 Feb '13 05:49 pm

 
  
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