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Sandhyavandanam
Kulapati's Preface The Author
Preface Achamanam
Pranayama Marjanam
Arghya - Pradanam Prayaschitt- arghyam
Aikyanu -sandhaanam Deva- Tarpanam
Sandhya-Vandana Japaarambah Gayatri- Avahanam
Gayatri Nyasah Gayatri- Upasthanam
Surya Upasthanam Samashtyabhi- vaadanam
Digdevata Vandanam Yama- vandanam
Harivandanam Suryanarayana Vandanam
Samarpanam
Major Sections

PRANAYAMA

Introduction

Next comes Pranayama, i. e. Control of Prana. 

Om Bhuh / Om Bhuvah / Om Suvaha / Om Mahah / Om Janah / Om Tapah / Om Satyam / Om Tat Saviturvarenyam Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi / Dhiyo yo Nah Prachodayat / Om Apo Jyoti-rasomritam Brahma Bhurbhuvassuvarom.

The forefinger and the middle finger should be bent and by the thumb and second finger, the nose must be touched, on either side, the right nostril should be closed and air must be taken slowly by the left nostril and then that should be closed and after a time the air slowly sent out by the right nostril. The inhaling is called
Puraka, the retaining Kumbhaka and the exhaling Rechaka. The proportion of time of these three viz. Puraka, Kumbhaka and Rechaka should be in the ratio 1: 3: 2.

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