In recent years there has been a mushroom growth of tantra and yoga societies and institution. Both of these cults have also become very popular all over the world both as a medium of physical wellbeing and spiritual uplift. However, not all the institutions are authentic and many superstitions, criminal and deceitful activities have been associated with many of the tantra and yoga institutions.This book endeavours to highlight the distinction between tantra and yoga unravel the superstitious and deceitful activities associated practices of tantra and yoga and bring to the fore the scientific and beneficial aspects of these two cults.
About Ratan Lal Basu
The author of this volume Dr. Ratan Lal Basu is a Ph. D. in Economics (on Arthaśāstra, the treatise on political economy and statecraft composed by a Brāhmaṇa scholar Kauṭilya around 300 B. C.). He retired as principal from a Government-Sponsored College at Kolkata, and after retirement got fully occupied with research and publishing activities pertaining to Indology, ancient economics, modern economic problems, economic history, yoga and tantra cult, statecraft, international relations and espionage, ethics and morality and also fiction in English and Bengali (his mother tongue).
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