Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama is listed as #04 in the new book YOGA IN INDIA, A Journey to the top 24 Yoga Places, presented by yoga.in, which is an internet site that currently lists 295 yoga centers, schools and ashrams in India.
The expected release date is the first quarter of 2012.
“Beyond the yoga-lite of gyms and fitness centres, past the long white beards of the gurus of popular conception, through the veil of modernity that is pulled over the face of India, is the place where science and mysticism meet. This is where yoga and, more specifically, yoga meditation shift from interesting to fascinating. This is where meditation moves beyond a simple way to relax and into the realms of science fiction. This is Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama, the official headquarters of the Association of Himalayan Yoga Meditation Societies International (AHYMSIN),” the article starts.
The press release about the new book:
“There are almost as many books on travelling in India as there are books about yoga, yet this is the only one tackling both. Yoga in India - A Journey to the Top 24 Yoga places (foreword by BKS Iyengar) is a picturesque guide to the best places to study yoga in the wide land of sunburned colour that is the Indian subcontinent. Part coffee-table book and part backpack companion, Yoga in India - A Journey to the Top 24 Yoga places is an essential guide for anyone with an eye on Indian yoga (and yes, even experienced yogi-nis will be pleased). From ashram to luxury resort, all budgets, levels of yoga ability, yoga styles and timeframes are represented. The basic travel information that any visitor will need to know are included, as well as a candid insider view that richly and accurately describes each center. The photography is sublime, with colour and composition almost good enough to eat, while the descriptions are fully researched and up to date (the authors travelled to India to visit each center during the early half of 2011). Yoga in India - A Journey to the Top 24 Yoga places is a must for any dreamer who seeks spiritual truth and a taste of a truly Indian experience. This is the hardcopy companion to the comprehensive yoga sites yoga.in and yoga.info.”
For more about the book, please use this link: http://www.yoga.info/en/other/book