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Tiwariji, Swami Digambarji, and Sri Page (left) during Kaivalyadham’s Golden Jubilee in 1974. Swami Digambarji was the first secretary of Kaivalyadham, from 1924 to 1942. He is remembered for his deep study of the spiritual aspects of yoga. His disciple and successor is Swami Maheshananda, the present chairman of Kaivalyadham. 
 Sri Page was a freedom fighter, social worker, and politician.

Tiwariji, Swami Digambarji, and Sri Page (left) during Kaivalyadham’s Golden Jubilee in 1974. Swami Digambarji was the first secretary of Kaivalyadham, from 1924 to 1942. He is remembered for his deep study of the spiritual aspects of yoga. His disciple and successor is Swami Maheshananda, the present chairman of Kaivalyadham.

Sri Page was a freedom fighter, social worker, and politician.
Vegetable Dalia      
  3 tsp ginger-chili paste,  ghee, cumin seeds, mustard seeds, 2 cups dalia 
  2 medium carrots, peeled and chopped;  cabbage, chopped; turmeric powder; coriander powder 
 3 cups water, 1 large tomato, fresh coriander, mint leaves 
    
  Combine fresh ginger and fresh green chili in a mortar, and manually grind with a pestle and a bit of water until it becomes a paste. Set aside.  
  Heat ghee in a pot.  Add cumin seeds and mustard seeds. Add dalia (broken wheat). After roasting, add chopped cabbage, carrots, and chili-ginger paste. Stir for two minutes. Then add salt, turmeric powder, and coriander powder. 
  Add water.  
  Cover the pot, and cook until the vegetables are tender. Stir in chopped tomatoes.  Garnish with fresh coriander and mint leaves.

Vegetable Dalia 

3 tsp ginger-chili paste, ghee, cumin seeds, mustard seeds, 2 cups dalia

2 medium carrots, peeled and chopped; cabbage, chopped; turmeric powder; coriander powder

3 cups water, 1 large tomato, fresh coriander, mint leaves

Combine fresh ginger and fresh green chili in a mortar, and manually grind with a pestle and a bit of water until it becomes a paste. Set aside.

Heat ghee in a pot. Add cumin seeds and mustard seeds. Add dalia (broken wheat). After roasting, add chopped cabbage, carrots, and chili-ginger paste. Stir for two minutes. Then add salt, turmeric powder, and coriander powder.

Add water.

Cover the pot, and cook until the vegetables are tender. Stir in chopped tomatoes. Garnish with fresh coriander and mint leaves.

Upma  
 (A recipe that’s missing many details. It’s all I could get from Rohit, so if anyone has any suggestions on how to make this more like a recipe, please send me a message so I can edit accordingly.) 
 Pot #1: Boil in water for 15 to 20 minutes: 
 Cabbage, Carrots, Tomatoes 
 Pot #2: Roast Suzi Rawa (white color) without oil for 20 to 25 minutes. 
 After some time roasting rawa, add vegetable water and cover totally for 5 minutes. 
 Other ingredients (to add whenever?) 
 Udit dal, Turmeric powder, Mustard (maybe he means mustard seed?), Kadi leaf (I think he means curry leaves), Coriander leaves

Upma

(A recipe that’s missing many details. It’s all I could get from Rohit, so if anyone has any suggestions on how to make this more like a recipe, please send me a message so I can edit accordingly.)

Pot #1: Boil in water for 15 to 20 minutes:

Cabbage, Carrots, Tomatoes

Pot #2: Roast Suzi Rawa (white color) without oil for 20 to 25 minutes.

After some time roasting rawa, add vegetable water and cover totally for 5 minutes.

Other ingredients (to add whenever?)

Udit dal, Turmeric powder, Mustard (maybe he means mustard seed?), Kadi leaf (I think he means curry leaves), Coriander leaves

Jata katah sam bhrama / Bhramanni limp nirjhari / Vilol veech vallari / Viraj maan moordhani

Dhagad dhagad dhagad jalall / Lalat patt pavake / Kishore chandra shekhare / Rati prat kshanam mam / Dhara dharendra nandini

Villas bandhu bandhur / Shurat digant santati / Pramod man manse

Krupa kataksh dhorini / Niruddh durdhara padi / Kuacit chidam bare manah / Pramod metu vastuni

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Hathapradipika, 15th century manual on hatha yoga. This can’t be the original manuscript, can it? Can someone please tell me, Where is the version handwritten by Swami Svatmaram? From what I could gather at the library, Kaivalyadham acquired this rare book in 1979.

Risa. PYS  1.14   Sa tu dirghakalanairantarya.  
  
  
   
  
  

  
  
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  When that practice is done for a long time, without a break, and with sincere devotion, then the practice becomes a firmly rooted, stable and solid foundation.

Risa. PYS 1.14 Sa tu dirghakalanairantarya.

When that practice is done for a long time, without a break, and with sincere devotion, then the practice becomes a firmly rooted, stable and solid foundation.