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योग   a &c. See pp. 856, 858.
योग  f. bm. (√ 1.युज्; ifc.f(). ) the act of yoking, joining, attaching, harnessing, putting to (of horses), [RV.] ; [MBh.]
a yoke, team, vehicle, conveyance, [ŚBr.] ; [Kauś.] ; [MBh.]
employment, use, application, performance, [RV.] &c. &c.
equipping or arraying (of an army), [MBh.]
fixing (of an arrow on the bow-string), ib.
putting on (of armour), [L.]
a remedy, cure, [Suśr.]
a means, expedient, device, way, manner, method, [MBh.] ; [Kāv.] &c.
a supernatural means, charm, incantation, magical art, ib.
योग-नन्द   a trick, stratagem, fraud, deceit, [Mn.] ; [Kathās.] (cf.)
undertaking, business, work, [RV.] ; [AV.] ; [TS.]
acquisition, gain, profit, wealth, property, ib.; [Kauś.] ; [MBh.]
occasion, opportunity, [Kām.] ; [MārkP.]
सह   any junction, union, combination, contact with (instr. with or without , or comp.), [MBh.] ; [Kāv.] &c. (योगम्, to agree, consent, acquiesce in anything, [R.] )
mixing of various materials, mixture, [MBh.] ; [R.] ; [VarBṛS.]
partaking of, possessing (instr. or comp.), [Mn.] ; [R.] ; [Hariv.]
योगात्   connection, relation (, योगेन and योग-तस्ifc. in consequence of, on account of, by reason of, according to, through), KātyŚr.; [ŚvetUp.] ; [Mn.] &c.
putting together, arrangement, disposition, regular succession, [Kāṭh.] [ŚrS.]
°गेन  n. fitting together, fitness, propriety, suitability (ind. and -तस्ind. suitably, fitly, duly, in the right manner), [MBh.] ; [Kāv.] &c.
°योग-तस्  n. exertion, endeavour, zeal, diligence, industry, care, attention (ind. strenuously, assiduously; पूर्णेन योगेन, with all one's powers, with overflowing zeal), [Mn.] ; [MBh.] &c.
application or concentration of the thoughts, abstract contemplation, meditation, (esp.) self-concentration, abstract meditation and mental abstraction practised as a system (as taught by पतञ्जलि and called the योग philosophy; it is the second of the two सांख्य systems, its chief aim being to teach the means by which the human spirit may attain complete union with ईश्वर or the Supreme Spirit; in the practice of self-concentration it is closely connected with Buddhism), [Up.] ; [MBh.] ; [Kāv.] &c. ([IW. 92] )
any simple act or rite conducive to योग or abstract meditation, [Sarvad.]
Yoga personified (as the son of धर्म and क्रिया), [BhP.]
a follower of the योग system, [MBh.] ; [Śaṃk.]
(in सांख्य) the union of soul with matter (one of the 10 मूलिक-अर्थाs or radical facts), [Tattvas.]
(with पाशुपतs) the union of the individual soul with the universal soul, [Kulârṇ.]
(with पाञ्चरात्रs) devotion, pious seeking after God, [Sarvad.]
(with जैनs) contact or mixing with the outer world, ib.
(in astron.) conjunction, lucky conjuncture, [Lāṭy.] ; [VarBṛS.] ; [MBh.] &c.
चान्द्र-योगाः   a constellation, asterism (these, with the moon, are called and are 13 in number; without the moon they are called ख-योगाः, or नाभस-योगाः), [VarBṛS.]
the leading or principal star of a lunar asterism, [W.]
N. of a variable division of time (during which the joint motion in longitude of the sun and moon amounts to 13 degrees 20 minutes; there are 27 such योगs beginning with विष्कम्भ and ending with वैधृति), ib.
(in arithm.) addition, sum, total, [Sūryas.] ; [MBh.]
(in gram.) the connection of words together, syntactical dependence of a word, construction, [Nir.] ; [Suśr.] (ifc. = dependent on, ruled by, [Pāṇ. 2-2, 8] , Vārtt. 1)
योग-विभाग   a combined or concentrated grammatical rule or aphorism, [Pāṇ.] Sch.; [Siddh.] (cf.)
रूढि   the connection of a word with its root, original or etymological meaning (as opp. to q.v.), [Nir.] ; [Pratāp.] ; KātyŚr. Sch.
a violator of confidence, spy, [L.]
N. of a Sch. on the परमार्थसार

योगः [yōgḥ]   [युज् भावादौ घञ् कुत्वम्]
Joining, uniting.
Union, junction, combination; उपरागान्ते शशिनः समुपगता रोहिणी योगम् [Ś.7.22;] गुणमहतां महते गुणाय योगः [Ki.1.25;] (वां) योगस्तडित्तोयदयोरिवास्तु [R.6.65.]
Contact, touch, connection; तमङ्कमारोप्य शरीरयोगजैः सुखैर्निषिञ्चन्तमिवामृतं त्वचि [R.3.26.]
Employment, application, use; एतै- रुपाययोगैस्तु शक्यास्ताः परिरक्षितुम् [Ms.9.1;] [R.1.86.]
Mode, manner, course, means; ज्ञानविज्ञानयोगेन कर्मणा- मुद्धरन् जटाः [Bhāg.3.24.17;] कथायोगेन बुध्यते [H.1.] 'In the course of conversation'.
Consequence, result; (mostly at the end of comp on in abl.); रक्षायोगादयमपि तपः प्रत्यहं संचिनोति [Ś.2.15;] [Ku.7.55.]
A yoke.
A conveyance, vehicle, carriage.
(a) An armour. (b) Putting on armour.
Fitness, propriety, suitableness.
An occupation, a work, business.
A trick, fraud, device; योगाधमनविक्रीतं योगदानप्रतिग्रहम् [Ms.8.165.]
An expedient, plan, means in general.
Endeavour, zeal, diligence, assiduity; ज्ञानमेकस्थमाचार्ये ज्ञानं योगश्च पाण़्डवे [Mb.7.188.45.] इन्द्रियाणां जये योगं समातिष्ठेद् दिवा- निशम् [Ms.7.44.]
Remedy, cure.
A charm, spell, incantation, magic, magical art; तथाख्यातविधानं च योगः संचार एव च [Mb.12.59.48.]
Gaining, acquiring, acquisition; बलस्य योगाय बलप्रधानम् [Rām.2.82.3.]
The equipment of an army.
Fixing, putting on, practice; सत्येन रक्ष्यते धर्मो विद्या योगेन रक्ष्यते [Mb.5.34.] 39.
A side; an argument.
An occasion, opportunity.
Possibility, occurrence.
Wealth, substance.
A rule, precept.
Dependence, relation, regular order or connection, dependence of one word upon another.
Etymology or derivation of the meaning of a word.
The etymological meaning of a word (opp. रूढि); अवयवशक्तिर्योगः.
Deep and abstract meditation, concentration of the mind, contemplation of the Supreme Spirit, which in Yoga phil. is defined as चित्तवृत्तिनिरोध; स ब्रह्मयोगयुक्तात्मा सुखमक्षयमश्नुते [Bg. 5.21;] सती सती योगविसृष्टदेहा [Ku.1.21;] [V.1.1;] योगेनान्ते तनुत्यजाम् [R.1.8.]
The system of philosophy established by Patañjali, which is considered to be the second division of the Sāṁkhya philosophy, but is practically reckoned as a separate system; एकं सांख्यं च योगं च यः पश्यति स पश्यति [Bg.5.5.] (The chief aim of the Yoga philosophy is to teach the means by which the human soul may be completely united with the Supreme Spirit and thus secure absolution; and deep abstract meditation is laid down as the chief means of securing this end, elaborate rules being given for the proper practice of such Yoga or concentration of mind.)
A follower of the Yoga system of philosophy; जापकैस्तुल्यफलता योगानां नात्र संशयः [Mb.12.2.23.]
(In arith.) Addition.
(In astr.) Conjunction, lucky conjunction.
A combination of stars.
 N. N. of a particular astronomical division of time (27 such Yogas are usually enumerated).
The principal star in a lunar mansion.
Devotion, pious seeking after god.
A spy, secret agent.
A traitor, a violator of truth or confidence.
An attack; योगमाज्ञापयामास शिकस्य विषयं प्रति [Śiva.B.13.7.]
Steady application; श्रुताद् हि प्रज्ञा, प्रज्ञया योगो योगादात्मवत्ता [Kau.A.1.5;] मयि चानन्ययोगेन भक्तिरव्यभिचारिणी [Bg.13.1.]
Ability, power; एतां विभूतिं योगं च मम यो वेत्ति तत्त्वतः [Bg. 1.7;] पश्य मे योगमैश्वरम् 11.8.
Equality, sameness; समत्वं योग उच्यते [Bg.2.48.] -Comp.
-अङ्गम्   a means of attaining Yoga; (these are eight; for their names see यम 5.)
-अञ्जनम्   a healing ointment.
-अनुशासनम्   the doctrine of the Yoga.
-अभ्यासिन् a.  a. practising the Yoga philosophy.
-आख्या   a name based on mere casual contact; स्याद् योगाख्या हि माथुरवत् [MS.1.3.] 21. (cf. एषा योगाख्या योगमात्रापेक्षा न भूतवर्तमानभविष्यत्सं- बन्धापेक्षा ŚB. on ibid.)
आचारः the practice or observance of Yoga.
a follower of that Buddhist school which maintains the eternal existence of intelligence or विज्ञान alone.
An act of fraud or magic; ततोऽनेन योगाचारन्यायेन दूरमाकृष्य [Mv.4.]
बलम् the power of devotion or abstract meditation, any supernatural power.
power of magic.
-भावना   (in alg.) composition of numbers by the sum of their products.-भ्रष्ट a. one who has fallen from the practice of Yoga.
माया the magical power of the Yoga.
the power of God in the creation of the world personified as a deity; (भगवतः सर्जनार्था शक्तिः); नाहं प्रकाशः सर्वस्य योगमायासमावृतः [Bg.7.25.]
 N. N. of Durgā.
-यात्रा   the way to the union with the Supreme Spirit; the way of attaining Yoga.
-युक्त a.  a. immersed in deep meditation, absorbed; योगयुक्तो भवार्जुन [Bg.8.27;5.6-7.]
-रङ्गः   the orange.
-रत्नम्   a magical jewel.
राजः a kind of medicinal preparation.
one well-versed in Yoga.-रूढ a.
having an etymological as well as a special or conventional meaning (said of a word); e. g. the word पङ्कज etymologically means 'anything produced in mud', but in usage or popular convention it is restricted to some things only produced in mud, such as the lotus; cf. the word आतपत्र or 'parasol'.
engaged in meditation (s. [V.]
-आरूढ); ध्यायन्ते...... योगिनो योगरूढाः   Brav. P. ब्रह्मखण्ड 1.3.
-रोचना   a kind of magical ointment said to have the power of making one invisible or invulnerable; तेन च परितुष्टेन योगरोचना मे दत्ता [Mk.3.]
-वर्तिका   a magical lamp or wick.
-वरः   an epithet of Hanumant; L. D. B.
-वामनम्   secret contrivances; Kau.A.
-वासिष्ठम्  N. N. of a work (treating of the means of obtaining final beatitude by means of Yoga).
-वाहः   a term for the sounds विसर्जनीय, जिह्वामूलीय, उपध्मानीय and नासिक्य q. q. v. v.
-वाह a.  a. resolving (chemically).
-वाहिन् a.  a. assimilating to one's self.-m., n. medium for mixing medicines (such as natron, honey, mercury); नानाद्रव्यात्मकत्वाञ्च योगवाहि परं मधु [Suśr.]
वाही an alkali.
-विक्रयः   a fraudulent sale.
-विद्   a.
knowing the proper method, skilful, clever.
conversant withYoga. (-m.)
an epithet of Śiva.
a practiser ofYoga.
a follower of the Yoga doctrines.
a magician.
a compounder of medicines.
-विद्या   the science of Yoga.
-विधिः   practice of Yoga or mental abstraction; न च योगविधेर्नवेतरः स्थिरधीरा परमात्मदर्शनात् (विरराम) [R.8.22.]
-विभागः   separation of that which is usually combined together into one; especially, the separation of the words of a Sūtra, the splitting of one rule into two or more (frequently used by Patañjali in his Mahābhāṣya; e. g. see अदसो मात् [P.I.1.12] ).
-शब्दः   a word the meaning of which is plain from the etymology.
-शायिन् a.  a. half asleep and half absorbed in contemplation; cf. योगनिद्रा.
-शास्त्रम्   the Yoga philosophy, esp. the work of Patañjali.
-संसिद्धिः   perfection in Yoga.-समाधिः the absorption of the soul in profound and abstract contemplation; तमसः परमापदव्ययं पुरुषं योगसमाधिना रघुः [R.8.24.]
-सारः   a universal remedy; a panacea.-सिद्धिः f. achievement in succession i. e. by separate performance; पर्यायो योगसिद्धिः ŚB. on MS. ˚न्यायः the rule according to which when an act (e. g. दर्शपूर्णमास) is said to yield all desired objects, what is meant is that it can yield them only one at a time and not all simultaneously. This is established by जैमिनि and शबर in [MS.4.3.27-28.] Thus for the achievement of each separate काम, a separate performance of the याग is necessary; (see दर्शपूर्णमासन्याय).
-सूत्रम्   aphorisms of the Yoga system of philosophy (attributed to Patañjali).-सेवा the practice of abstract meditation.
आचार्यः a teacher of magic.
a teacher of the Yoga philosophy.
-आधमनम्   a fraudulent pledge; योगाधमनविक्रीतम् [Ms.8.165.]
-आपत्तिः   modification of usage.
-आरूढ a.  a. engaged in profound and abstract meditation; योगारूढस्य तस्यैव शमः कारणमुच्यते [Bg.6.3.]
-आवापः   the first attitude of an archer.-आसनम् a posture suited to profound and abstract meditation.
इन्द्रः, ईशः, ईश्वरः an adept in or a master of Yoga.
one who has obtained superhuman faculties.
a deity.
a Vetāla.
an epithet of Yājñavalkya.
इष्टम् tin.
-कक्षा = योगपट्टम्   below.
-कन्या  N. N. of the infant daughter of Yaśodā (substituted as the child of Devakī for Kṛiṣṇa and killed by Kaṁsa).
क्षेमः security of possession, keeping safe of property.
the charge for securing property from accidents, insurance; [Ms.7.127.]
welfare, well-being, security, prosperity; तेषां नित्याभियुक्तानां योगक्षेमं वहाम्यहम् [Bg. 9.22;] मुग्धाया मे जनन्या योगक्षेमं वहस्व [M.4.]
property, profit, gain.
property designed for pious uses; cf. [Ms.9.219.]
-मौ, -मे   or
-मम्   (i. e. m. or n. dual or n. sing.) acquisition and preservation (of property), gain and security, preserving the old and acquiring the new (not previously obtained); अलभ्यलाभो योगः स्यात् क्षेमो लब्धस्य पालनम्; see [Y.1.1] and Mit, thereon; तेन भृता राजानः प्रजानां योगक्षेमवहाः [Kau.A.1.13;] आन्वी- क्षिकीत्रयीवार्तानां योगक्षेमसाधनो दण्डः । तस्य नीतिः दण्डनीतिः [Kau.A.1.4.]
-गतिः  f. f.
Primitive condition.
the state of union.
-गामिन् a.  a. going (through the air) by means of magical power.
-चक्षुस्  m. m. a Brāhmaṇa
-चरः  N. N. of Hanumat.
-चूर्णम्   a magical powder, a powder having magical virtues; कल्पितमनेन योगचूर्णमिश्रितमौषधं चन्द्रगुप्ताय [Mu.2.]
-जम्   agallochum.
-तल्पम् = योगनिद्रा. -तारका, -तारा   the chief star in a Nakṣatra or constellation.-दण्डः a magic wand; Sinhās.
दानम् communicating the Yoga doctrine.
a fraudulent gift.
-धारणा   perseverance or steady continuance in devotion.
नाथः an epithet of Śiva.
of Datta.
-नाविका, -कः   a kind of fish;
निद्रा a state of half contemplation and half sleep, a state between sleep and wakefulness; i. e. light sleep; गर्भे प्रणीते देवक्या रोहिणीं योगनिद्रया [Bhāg.1.] 2.15; योगनिद्रां गतस्य मम [Pt.1;] [H.3.75;] ब्रह्मज्ञानाभ्यसन- विधिना योगनिद्रां गतस्य [Bh.3.41.]
particularly, the sleep of Viṣṇu at the end of a Yuga; [R.1.14;] 13.6.
the great sleep of Brahmā during the period between प्रलय and उत्पत्ति of the universe.
-निद्रालुः  N. N. of Viṣṇu.-निलयः N. of Śiva or Viṣṇu.
-पट्टम्   a cloth thrown over the back and knees of an ascetic during abstract meditation; क्षणनीरवया यया निशि श्रितवप्रावलियोगपट्टया [N.2.78;] एकान्तावलम्बितयोगपट्टिकाम् गुहाम् K. Pūrvabhāga.-पतिः an epithet of Viṣṇu.
-पदम्   a state of self-concentration.
-पादुका   a magical shoe (taking the wearer anywhere he wishes).
-पानम्   a liquor adulterated with narcotics.
-पारगः  N. N. of Śiva.
-पीठम्   a particular posture during Yoga meditation.
-पीडः, -डम्   a kind of posture of the gods.
-पुरुषः   a spy; यथा च योगपुरुषैरन्यान् राजाधितिष्ठति [Kau.A.1.21.]

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योग  m.  (-गः)
1. Junction, joining, union.
2. Combination, association, meeting, conflux.
3. Religious and abstract meditation.
4. Keep- ing the body in a fixed posture.
5. Devotion, spiritual worship of GOD, or union with the Supreme Being by means of abstract contemplation; this does not necessarily imply an abandonment of the world or relinquishment of the usual observances of re- ligion, but it involves internal indifference to objects of pleasure and pain, and utter disregard of the consequences or fruit of ceremonial rites.
6. The particular practice of the preceding sort of devotion, or the exercise of that abstraction by which union with God is supposed to be obtained; in the Gītā it is described as sitting on Kuśa grass, with the body firm, the eyes fixed on the tip of the nose, and the mind intent on the Deity; in the Tan- tras a fanciful operation is prescribed, by which the vital spirit sea- ted in the lower part of the body, and the etherial spirit placed in the head, are supposed to be brought into combination in the brain, when the devotee becomes united with BRAHMĀ.
7. The sys- tem of philosophy which treats of the union of the soul with BRAH- MĀ or GOD; it is the same as the Patanjalī doctrine, and consti- tutes one of the six Darshanas or philosophical schools of the Hindus.
8. Magic, or the acquisition of supernatural powers by the mystical and magical worship of ŚIVA and DURGĀ especially.
9. Consequence, result, the main end or object of any thing or act. 10. Connection of one thing with another, as of cause with effect, predicate with subject, quality with substance, &c.
11. Acquisi- tion of something not possessed before, accession of property or wealth; in grammar this application is assigned to any unusual construction of words or compounds, unauthorised by rule, but sanctioned by the authority that employs them.
12. A rule, an aphorism.
13. Propriety, fitness.
14. Side, part, cause or argument to be maintained or defended.
15. Thing, substance.
16. Wealth. 17. A drug, a medicament, especially a compound of various, in- gredients.
18. Fraud, trick.
19. A logician.
20. A spy, an informer. 21. A violator of truth or confidence.
22. A conveyance, a carriage, a boat, &c.
23. A means, an expedient.
24. Armour.
25. Putting on armour.
26. Lucky conjuncture.
27. (In arithmetic,) Addition. 28. (In astronomy,) The leading or principal star of a lunar man- sion.
29. The twenty-seventh part of 3600 of a great circle measur- ed on the plane of the ecliptic, and used in calculating the longitu- des of the sun and moon; each Yoga has a distinct name; as- trologers also enumerate twenty-eight Yogas differently named from the foregoing, and corresponding with the twenty-eight Nak- shatras, or the divisions of the moon's path, but varying accor- ding to the day of the week.
30. A period, or the time during which the sum of the motions of the sun and moon amount to one Nakshatra, the mean duration of which is 23hs. 474
E. युज् to join literally or figuratively, (as with GOD,) aff. घञ् .

ना.  ध्यान , समाधी ;
ना.  प्रसंग , संधी ;
ना.  जुळणी , मिलाफ , संबंध .

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. 7 Propriety, fitness, suitableness, congruity. 8 In arithmetic. Sum or amount.

जुळणी ; जोड ; मिलाफ ; संग ; संयोग ; संलग्नता ; लग्न . योग पुढें भृगुसवें तिचा घडतां - मोआदि ३ . ६ .
परस्पर संबंध ; ऋणानुबंध ; संगत . तिला नहाण यावें आणि तिचा दादला मरावा असा योग होता ( समासांत ) कालयोग ; दैवयोग ; प्रारब्धयोग इ०
आध्यात्मिक अथवा भाविक भक्ति अगर ध्यान , चिंतन करुन होणारें ब्रह्मैक्य ; ध्यानपूजा , मानसपूजा , समाधि व त्यासंबंधीं नियम व आसनें ; प्राणायामादिक साधनांनीं चित्तवृत्तीचा किंवा इंद्रियांचा निरोध करणें .
मार्ग ; साधन ; आत्मसाधन या अर्थी भक्तियोग , कर्मयोग , ज्ञानयोग इ० संक्षेपानें नुसता योग अगर कर्मनिष्ठा असें म्हणतात .
खगोलाचे २७ भाग ; ज्यावरुन चंद्र सूर्याचे अक्षांश रेखांश मोजतात ते ; ते योग असे - विष्कंभ ; प्रीति , आयुष्मान , सौभाग्य , शोभन , अतिगंड , सुकर्मा , धृति , शूल , गंड , वृद्धि , ध्रुव , व्याघात , हर्षण , वज्र , सिद्धि , व्यतीपात , वरीयान , परीघ . शिव , सिद्धि , साध्य , शुभ , शुक्ल , ब्रह्मा , ऐंद्र व वैधृति असे २७ योग आहेत . ज्योतिषी २८ योग मानतात .
संबंध ; जवळ येणें . ग्रहांचे कालांश ( वस्तुतः भोग ) सूर्याच्या इतके झाले म्हणजे त्याचा सूर्याशीं योग झाला किंवा युति झाली असें म्हणतात . - सूर्य २३ .
उपाययोजना ; वस्तूचा उपयोग , विनियोग ; कार्यार्थ साधना , प्रयत्न .
इष्टता ; योग्यता ; समत्व .
( गणित ) रक्कम ; रास ; बेरीज .
साधन ; युक्ति . एकच योग ( साधन अगर युक्ति ) आहे . - गीर ५६ .
मिठी .
कवळा .
कार्यकुशलता .
संधि . योग बरवा हा पुन्हां घडेना । - दावि २४२ .
( वैद्यक ) इलाज ; उपाय ; औषध . आमवायूवर एरंडेलाचा योग प्रशस्त आहे .
मोठा लाभ . मग योग योग ऐसा सहसा उठला वळी महा शब्द । - मोकर्ण ७ . ३५ .
जारणमरण ; जादूटोणा .
ईश्वरी संकल्प .
समाधिशास्त्र .
तत्वज्ञान .
व्युत्पत्ति ; व्युत्पत्तिमूलक अर्थ .
सूत्र ; नियम ; कायदा .
( ज्यो . ) विशिष्ट तिथि , वार , नक्षत्र यांचें सहचर्य येणें . उदा० रविवारीं हस्त आलें असतां त्यास अमृतसिद्धि योग म्हणतात . [ सं . युज = जोडणें ] सामाशब्द -
०चुत  पु. योगभ्रष्ट . - ज्ञा ६ . ४४८ .
०धर्म  पु. कर्तव्य ; सदगुण . अथवा योग्याचें विशेष कर्म ; त्यांपैकीं दहा विशेष आहेत - अहिंसा , सत्य , अस्तेय , ब्रह्मचर्या , अपरिग्रह ( हें पांच यम व ) शौच , संतोष , तप , स्वाध्याय , ईश्वरप्रणिधान ( हें पांच नियम होत ). दुसरी गणना अशी आहे - अहिंसा , सत्य , अक्रोध , त्याग , शांति , अपैशुन , दया , अलोभ , मार्दव , लज्जा . कांहीं दम , क्षम , अचापल्य , तेज , तितिक्षा , हे यांतच गणतात .
०निद्रा  स्त्री. विश्वप्रलयानंतरची व विश्वोत्त्पत्तीपूर्वीची ब्रह्मदेवाची झोंप ; ईश्वराची निद्रावस्था ; योगमाया ; सहजस्वरुपस्थिति . - ज्ञा ५ . ७८ .
०निष्ठा  स्त्री. योगपरायणता . - ज्ञा २ . ३१५ .
०पट  पु. 
श्रेष्ठ भोग .
संन्याशदीक्षेचा एक प्रकार . संन्याशानें धारण करावयाचीं विशिष्ट वस्त्रें .
( ल . ) संन्यास घेतल्यावर त्यासंबंधीं पाळावयाचे नियम वगैरे . ते योगपटाची मवणी । जीवीं अनियम चिंतवणी । - ज्ञा १६ ३३२ .
०भूमिका  स्त्री. योग्याचीं विशिष्ट अवस्था , स्थिति . द्रष्टादृश्यांचिया ग्रासीं । मध्यें उल्लेख विकासी । योगभूमिका ऐसी । अंगीं वाजे । - अमृ ७ . १८५ .
०भ्रष्ट वि.  योगसाधनांत कांहीं प्रत्यवाय घडल्यामुळें पुनर्जन्म पावलेला .
०माया  स्त्री. ईश्वराची जी मायारुप शक्ति ती ; भ्रम ; माया ; माया व ब्रह्म पहा .
०मुद्रा  स्त्री. खेचरी , भूचरी , चाचरी , अगोचरी , आलेख इ० . पांच योगमुद्रा ; यांचीं स्थानें अनुक्रमें नादबिंदु , नासिका , नेत्र , कर्ण , व आकाश हीं होत . खेचरी भूचरी चाचरी । अगोचरी आलेख यापरी । माजी समरसली खेचरी । नादबिंदूसी । - कथा ७ . ४ . ७३ .
०राज   , - पु . एक प्रकारचें रसायन ; मात्रा .
गुग्गुल   , - पु . एक प्रकारचें रसायन ; मात्रा .
०रुढ वि.  व्युत्पत्तीनें ज्यांचा प्राप्त अर्थ व रुढ अर्थ हे जुळतात असा ( शब्द ). जसे - अंगरखा ; जलधर ; पंकज ; भूधर . कांहीं शब्द यौगिक , कांहीं रुढ आणि कांहीं योगरुढ असतात .
०शास्त्र  न. चिंत्ताची एकाग्रता करण्याच्या साधनासंबंधीचें शास्त्र ; ज्यामध्यें प्राणायामादिद्वारां अंतःकरणाच्या एकाग्रतेचा उपाय सांगितला आहे असें सहा शास्त्रांतील एक शास्त्र .
०सार  पु. विचार .
०क्षेम   पुन . निर्वाह ; चरितार्थ ; उदरपोषण . यांचे योगक्षेमाबद्दल मौजे वडू तर्फ पाबल पैकीं इनाम . - शाछ १ . ३६ . योगक्षेम चालविणें एखाद्या मनुष्यास पाहिजे असेल तें मिळवून देणें ; संसाराची एकंदर व्यवस्था पाहणें ; उदरनिर्वाहाची तजवीज करणें . जे मला अनन्यभावें शरण येतात त्यांचा योगक्षेम मी चालवितों . योगानंद पु . योगाभ्यासानें होणारा आनंद ; पांच आनंदांपैकीं शेवटचा . योगाभ्यास पु . हटयोगादिकांचा अभ्यास , शिक्षण ; योगशास्त्राचा अभ्यास ; चित्तवृत्तींचा निरोध करुन ध्यानादिकांचा केलेला अभ्यास . योगायोग पु .
दैवगति ; अनपेक्षित अशी घडलेली कांहीं गोष्ट ; बनाव .
अनुकूल काळ आणि प्रतिकूळ काळ . योगायोग पाहून वागावें . योगारुढ - वि . योगी ; योगनिष्णात . तोच पुरुष योगारुढ म्हणजे पूर्ण योगी झाला . - गीता ६९४ . योगासन - न . योगाभ्यास करणार्‍या योग्याची विशेष प्रकारच्या पद्धतीनें वसण्याची रीत . योगिनी - स्त्री .
दुर्गादेवीची परिचारिका . या ६४ आहेत .
योगाभ्यासी स्त्री ; जोगीण . [ सं . ] योगी - पु .
योगसाधन करणारा ; योगमार्गास लागलेला मनुष्य . - ज्ञा ६ . ३९ .
योगसाधनांचा उपयोग जादुगिरीच्या रुपानें करुन लोकांस चमत्कार दाखविणारा मनुष्य . भारतीय वाड्मयांत योगी याचा अर्थ बडा जादूगार असा होतो . - ज्ञाको ( य ) ६५ .
( सामा . ) संन्याशी अथवा भक्त . योगेश्वर - पु .
श्रेष्ठ योगी ; सर्वांत श्रेष्ठ प्राणी ; नांवाजलेला योगी ; भक्त ; संन्यासी ; साधु .
कृष्ण .

योग n.  एक ऋषि, जो धर्म एवं किया के पुत्रों में से एक था [भा. ४.१.५१] । यह तपस्वी, जितेंद्रिय एवं त्रैलोक्य में सुविख्यात था [म. अनु.१५०.४५]

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YOGA I   A sage who was the grandson of Svāyambhuva Manu and son of Śraddhā. Yoga was born to Śraddhā by Dharma. [Bhāgavata, 4th Skandha] .
YOGA II   It is Jñāna that reveals Brahman. Yoga is the concentration on Brahman. Agni Purāṇa, Chapter 372, mentions that Yoga is the perfect union of Jivātmā and Paramātmā. In fact Yoga is activity with the body as its basis. It may be doubted how a mere physical karman helps Parabrahmadārśana. But Maharṣis assert that there is an inseparable connection between matter and soul. Matter and soul are merely the two phases of the single “Astitva”. The object of Yoga is to achieve union with Parabrahman; in other words, to attain Mokṣa. The recitation of mantras is important in many disciplines connected with the practice of Yoga. The letters and words of mantras are so arranged that their recitation in the proper manner produces profound and favourable effects in the body. The habitual recitation of mantras helps the practice of Yoga. There are two broad divisions of Yoga--Haṭha Yoga and Rāja Yoga. The two are interconnected and have to be practised simultaneously. Haṭha Yoga is mainly concerned with disciplining the body by various kinds of exercises. Standing in Pañcāgni with the arms held aloft; standing on one leg or standing on the head are some of these exercises. Rāja Yoga aims at arousing Prajñā by control of the senses. Rāja Yoga involves the practice of eight disciplines. They are:--Yama, Niyama, Āsana, Prāṇāyāma, Pratyāhāra, Dhāraṇā, Dhyāna and Samādhi. An account of each of these is given below:--
i) Yama.
Yama means refraining from evil courses or sinful things like cruelty or dishonesty. Yama demands the practice of Ahiṁsā, satya, asteya, brahmacarya and aparigraha. (Ahiṁsā = non-violence or not killing any creature. Satya = truth; practising truth in thoughts, words and deeds. Asteya = not stealing. Brahmacarya = sexual continence. Aparigraha = not coveting wealth or pleasures which are not absolutely necessary). i
i) Niyama.
While Yama is a negative discipline, Niyama is a positive one. It requires the positive practice of virtuous courses. Niyama includes five things:-- Śauca (cleanliness), Santoṣa (contentment), Tapas (penance and austerities), Svādhyāya (study of the Vedas and incantations or mantras) and Īśvarapraṇidhāna (prayer and meditating on God). Śauca means not only cleanliness of the body, but also of the mind. The mind must be purged of all ‘malas’ like kāma, krodha and lobha. Tapas means ability to endure opposites (dvandvas) like heat and cold or joy and sorrow. Svādhyāya is “study of philosophical works.” Īśvarapraṇidhāna--dedicating all actions unto God. ii
i) Āsana.
The way of sitting or posture. Different postures have been prescribed for different actions. First of all, the yogī must choose a suitable place. (The place must be level, neat, free from stones, fire or gravel, agreeable to the mind and not causing irritation to the eyes). (Śvetāśvatara). Different āsanas like Padmāsana, Svastikāsana and Siddhāsana have been prescribed for the practice of Yoga. Putting the left leg on the right thigh and the right leg on the left thigh, holding the right toe with the left hand and the left toe with the right hand, place the chin on the chest and look at the tip of the nose. This is Padmāsana. Sitting upright with the feet tucked under the hips is Svastikāsana. Placing the left leg under the genitals, put the right leg on it. Insert the chin into the pit of the throat; control the senses; with steady eyes look at the point between the eye-brows. This is Siddhāsana which will break open the doors to Mokṣa. i
v) Prāṇāyāma.
This is regulation of breathing. Inhale air through the left nostril, retain the air in the lungs for a few minutes and then exhale it through the right nostril. The process may be reversed--that is inhalation through the right nostril and exhalation through the left. This is the first step in Prāṇāyāma. Exhaling the breath and then not inhaling for some time is called recaka; the opposite process is called pūraka. The object of prāṇāyāma is to awaken Kuṇḍalinī.
v) Pratyāhāra.
This is a process of withdrawing the five senses from the outer world. A man who practises Pratyāhāra becomes oblivious of the outer world. This helps the concentration of the mind on the Ātman. v
i) Dhāraṇā.
Withdrawing the mind from outer objects and concentrating it on the self. vi
i) Dhyāna.
Meditation, concentrating the mind on several places like Bhrūmadhya and nābhīcakra. Repeating the sacred syllable OM is very useful in dhyāna. vii
i) Samādhi.
In Samādhi the soul and mind unite, the mind merging into the soul. Samādhi is defined thus:-- When the mind and soul unite just as salt and water unite, that state is called Samādhi.

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  • हठयोगप्रदीपिका
    हठयोग प्रदीपिका हठयोग से सम्बन्धित संस्कृत ग्रन्थ है। इसकी रचना गुरू गोरखनाथ के शिष्य स्वामी स्वात्माराम ने की थी।
  • हठयोगप्रदीपिका - भाग १
    हठयोग प्रदीपिका हठयोग से सम्बन्धित संस्कृत ग्रन्थ है। इसकी रचना गुरू गोरखनाथ के शिष्य स्वामी स्वात्माराम ने की थी।
  • हठयोगप्रदीपिका - भाग २
    हठयोग प्रदीपिका हठयोग से सम्बन्धित संस्कृत ग्रन्थ है। इसकी रचना गुरू गोरखनाथ के शिष्य स्वामी स्वात्माराम ने की थी।
  • हठयोगप्रदीपिका - भाग ३
    हठयोग प्रदीपिका हठयोग से सम्बन्धित संस्कृत ग्रन्थ है। इसकी रचना गुरू गोरखनाथ के शिष्य स्वामी स्वात्माराम ने की थी।
  • भोजवृत्तिः
    प्रस्तुत ग्रंथात हठ योगासंबंधी विस्तृत माहिती देण्यात आलेली आहे.
  • भोजवृत्तिः - समाधिपादः
    प्रस्तुत ग्रंथात हठ योगासंबंधी विस्तृत माहिती देण्यात आलेली आहे.
  • भोजवृत्तिः - साधनापादः
    प्रस्तुत ग्रंथात हठ योगासंबंधी विस्तृत माहिती देण्यात आलेली आहे.
  • भोजवृत्तिः - विभूतिपादः
    प्रस्तुत ग्रंथात हठ योगासंबंधी विस्तृत माहिती देण्यात आलेली आहे.
  • घेरण्ड संहिता
    मुद्रा आणि योगासनांच्या संबंधी विस्तृत माहिती देणार ग्रंथ म्हणजे 'घेरण्ड संहिता'. हठयोगावर आधारित या ग्रंथाची रचना  महर्षि घेरण्ड यांनी केली आहे..
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    मुद्रा आणि योगासनांच्या संबंधी विस्तृत माहिती देणार ग्रंथ म्हणजे 'घेरण्ड संहिता'. हठयोगावर आधारित या ग्रंथाची रचना  महर्षि घेरण्ड यांनी केली आहे..
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