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The present day life is full of activeness and hurry. The living place is often far away from work spot. If a house is chosen near the work spot the rent is very high; Rent alone consumes a major portion of salary. Many have to start in the early hours to catch the train so that they can be at the work spot in time. Under this situation there is no time to practice asana.


Even when many desire to learn Asana, practically many do not find time. In the available time what asana is to be learnt is the confusion. Hence for the whole week a chart is worked out for the convenience of the readers. From the chart it may be noticed that all the important asana are done. At least thirty minutes per day is the minimum period. Required. I have furnished the chart for theis duration. This chart may be considered as a model one, to suit your convenience and time this may be alerted.



Sunday

1. Padhmasana 5 Minutes
2. Rest 3 ,,
3. Parvatasana 2 ,,
4. Rest 2 ,,
5. Sidhasana 2 ,,
6. Rest 2 ,,
7. Swastikasana 2 ,,
8. Rest 2 ,,
9. Sukasana 2 ,,
10. Pranayama 5 ,,
11.Savasana 2 ,,
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30 Minutes
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Monday

1. Padhmasana 5 Minutes.
2. Rest 3 ’’
3. Surasasana 2 ’’
4. Rest 5 ’’
5. Urdhwa Padmasana 2 ’’
6. Rest 5’’
7. Pranayama 5’’
8. Savasana 3’’
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30 Minutes.
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Tuesday

1. Padhmasana 5 Minutes.
2. Rest 2 ’’
3. Sarvangasana 3 ’’
4. Rest 2 ’’
5. Matsyasana 2 ’’
6. Rest 3 ’’
7. Pachimotasana 2 ’’
8. Rest 5 ’’
9. Pranayama 3 ’’
10. Savasana 3 ’’
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30 Minutes
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Wednesday

1. Padhmasana 5 Minutes.
2. Halasana 2 ’’
3. Rest 3 ’’
4. Dhanurasana 2 ’’
5. Rest 5 ’’
6. Salabasana 2 ’’
7. Rest 3 ’’
8. Tholungasana 3 ’’
9. Pranayama 3 ’’
10. Savasana 2 ’’
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30 Minutes.
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THURSDAY

1. Padhmasana 5 Minutes.
2. Ardhamatsyendra 2 ’’
3. Rest 3 ’’
4. Bujangasana 2 ’’
5. Rest 3 ’’
6. Matsyasana 2 ’’
7. Rest 3 ’’
8. Pranayama 5 ’’
9. Savasana 5 ’’
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30 Minutes.
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Friday

1. Padhmasana 5 Minutes.
2. Rest 2 ’’
3. Chakrasana 2 ’’
4. Bujangasana 2 ’’
5. Rest 3 ’’
6. Matsyasana 2 ’’
7. Rest 3 ’’
8. Pranayama 5 ’’
9. Savasana 5 ’’
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30 Minutes.
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Saturday

1. Padhmasana 3 Minutes.
2. Rest 2 ’’
3. Vajrasana 2 ’’
4. Rest 4 ’’
5. Chakrasana 2 ’’
6. Rest 3 ’’
7. Sarvangasana 2 ’’
8. Rest 3 ’’
9. Pranayama 3 ’’
10. Rest 2 ’’
11.Mudra and Banda 2 ’’
12. Savasana 2 ’’
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30 Minutes.
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Daily morning time is good for practicing Asana and Pranayama. But many persons have night shift duty. After night duty in the factory or railway or any other department they return home in the morning after working for the whole night without sleep their immediate requirement is sleep on returning home. It is not quite good to do asana at this time. Sleep is a great boon given to us by God. Atleast six hours sleep is quite essential for normal health.

Hence after sleeping for about six hours or so get up and refresh yourself. Take a cup of milk. For about ten or fifteen minutes do some minor work. Now the body will be under fit condition for asana. Do the asana and panoramas. After rest do some minor work as reading or any household work. Then bathing etc. may be had.

Due to physical frame one may not be able to do certain types of Asana. For them there is also a ready-made chart.

1. Padhmasana 5 Minutes
2. Sarvangasana 3 ’’
3. Yoga Mudra 2’’
4. Pranayama 2 ’’
5. Rest after each 10 ’’

Like this you can make a workable chart. My Guru Swami Sivananda used to say that Padhmasana, Sirasasana and Sarvangasana have to be done daily.

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