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2010Part – I Concept of Padmasana According to Ancient Indian Texts. Part –I Changes in Autonomic Functions Following Padmasana – A Yogic Meditative Posture.Pradhan, Geetarani
2006Part I: Concept of Brahmacharya and its Relevance for Modern Youth Part II: Energy Expenditure during Sarvangasana – a Yogic Inverted PostureSarang Shirish
2006Part 1: Dietary Guidelines for Prevention of CHD According to Ancient Texts and Modern Texts Part 2: Effect of Add-On Yogic Relaxation Techniques after CABG on Autonomic and Psychological Variables – A Prospective Randomized Control Study.Sharma, Sunandini
2006Part 1: Epistemology according to different Schools of Indian Philosophy. Part 2: Effect of Yogic Relaxation Techniques on Memory and Sustained Attention in CABG Patients.Ketki Gokhale Abhay
2006Part I: Concept of Sun-Worship and Suryanamaskar (an Ancient Indian Exercise) according to Ancient Text and Literature Part II: Physical and Psychological Changes following Suryanamaskar PracticeDaspute, Rakesh J
2006Part I: Bhakti for Emotional Purification Part II: Add on Yogic Relaxation after CABG – a Follow up StudyPuja Jayant
2006Part I: Concept of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) according to Modern and Indian Spiritual Lore Part II: Effect of Yoga on Mental Alertness in Students and School Teachers affected by Tsunami DisasterPrakash, B N
2006Part 1: Concept of Emotional Personality in Yoga and Spiritual Lore of India. Part 2: Effect of Integrated Approach of Yoga Module on the Personality Development of StudentsNilkamal N
2008Part 1- Study of The Paranormal Phenomena-- Glimpses from the Ancient Indian Literature Part II-- A Study of Paranormal Phenomena-- A FMRI StudyDeeptha
2006Part I: The Concept of Ujjayi Pranayama according to Yoga and Spiritual Lore Part II: Effect of Yoga on Personality in Normal High School Students (13-17 yrs)Singh, Sudhir