Dhirendra Brahmachari

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Age: 69

Place of birth: Bihar

Citizenship: India


Dhirendra Brahmachari was a brahmin, born in a noble family from the north Indian state of Bihar. The family lived in poverty, so Dhirendra Brahmachari left home in search of yoga. After months of wandering Brahmachari came to the central region of India - Uttar Pradesh, where he met his guru, Swami Kartikeyyadzhi. He received his initiation into the tradition of Hatha yoga, and began to live and study in his ashram. The ashram Dhirendra Brahmachari studied kriya, asana, pranayama and mudras. He studied the scriptures Hatha yoga - `Hatha Yoga Pradipika "," Gheranda Samhita "," Goraksha-paddhati "and" Bhakti Sagar charandas ". After studying hatha yoga and leaving the ashram, Dhirendra Brahmachari began teaching in the east of India. At this time, he met with Jawaharlal Nehru. Meeting with many famous personalities of India making it a well-known yoga teacher. After a while, Brahmachari bases Vishvayatan yoga ashram in Delhi, Katra and Aparna ashrams in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, and became director located in Delhi CRIY (State Central Research Institute for Yoga), which now bears the name of Morarji Desai (MDNIY). Dhirendra Brahmachari played a not unimportant role in the organization of the coming to power of Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Cvami Dhirendra Brahmachari died in 1994 in a plane crash on their own plane ashram in Manchester Tala, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Yogic teachings of

Dhirendra Brahmachari was a disciple of Maharishi Yogi Shri Kartikeya, who passed ancient components of yoga, is not known to most schools of yoga in the world today. The line of disciplic succession hatha yoga style Dhirendra Brahmachari nowadays is the master Bal Mukund Singh, yogashala which is located in New Delhi.

Dhirendra Brahmachari author of "Yoga sukshma vyayama" and "Yogasana-Vijnana"

At the invitation of Dhirendra Brahmachari and under his leadership, the doctors carried out numerous studies in Vishvayatan yoga ashram in order to prove and justify the use of yoga exercises.

In 1960, Swami Brahmachari came to the Soviet Union as an expert when Soviet scientists wanted to explore some yoga techniques for their use in the training of astronauts. Particular attention was paid to the training of astronauts breathing practices. According to the organizers of the experiment, Brahmachari practical use practices for the astronauts did not bring.