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Buddhist Meditation : Psycho-Physiological harmony Dr. Sakiya S. Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education RSGPG College, Lalitpur (U.P.) India CLICK HERE TO ABSTRACT
Today yoga is a part of daily routine of peoples having believed in its clinical effects on human body. When I entered in this field the normal perception of the mob about yoga" it's a practice of useless fellows that did nothing only they used to practice yoga" but now the concept has been changed completely. The researches have been done in the field of physical education and sports sciences is a matter of discussion whether yoga should be a part of sports and physical education or it is a kind of practice which dwells with its own different philosophy, now it is widely accepted as a branch of natural science having a great deal of experimentation and research.
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