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Chapter8 - Hindu Sadhanas

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Hindu Books > Introduction And References > What Every Hindu Ought To Know > Chapter8 - Hindu Sadhanas


Spiritual disciplines are called Sadhanas. They are paths to perfection, roads to realisation of the truth. Since there are temperamental differences among the individual seekers of truth,. Hinduism recognises the need for a variety of spiritual disciplines or Sadhanas. These Sadhanas can be brought under four broad categories called Yogas : the Karma Yoga, the Bhakti Yoga, the Raja Yoga and the Jnana Yoga. 

Karma Yoga is the path of disinterested action suited to the active type. Bhakti Yoga, the path of love of God, is most suitable to the emotional type, Raja Yoga, the path of psychic control, is meant for the introspectives. 

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