Category:Shaktas The Shaktas are adherents of Shaktism.
Category:Shakti Peethas This category contains the Shakti Peethas (holy places of cosmic power) located in the Indian subcontinent.
Category:Shiva temples Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Category:Tantra Tantra is a term used to describe a set of varied practices found in the religions and populations of northern India and the himalayas, which spread to the far east by the 10th century.
Category:Titles and names of Krishna Titles and names of Krishna.
Category:Vedangas The Vedanga are six auxiliary disciplines of Hinduism that developed in ancient times, and have been connected with the study of the Vedas.
Category:Vedic customs Category for customs, rituals, traditions and beliefs in Vedic Hindu society. This may extend from ancient customs like Vedas, Yajna to many others as practiced in Hinduism.
Category:Vedic hymns Vedic hymns.
Category:Yoga concepts Indian philosophical concepts that apply to Yoga (philosophy) and to Yoga as exercise
Category:Yoga scholars Researchers into yoga, including modern yoga.
Category:Yoga styles For Yoga schools (institutions) dedicated to teaching Yoga, see. This category is for Yoga styles ie. different systems, traditions, or schools of thought and practice.
Category:Yogis Yogis are males who practice, or are mastered in, yoga. Yogini is the term used for female yogis.
Caturvyūha Caturvyūha or Chatur-vyūha (चतुर्व्यूह), is an ancient Indian religious concept initially focusing on the four earthly emanations (Vyūhas) of the Supreme deity Nārāyaṇa, and later Vishnu. The first of these emanations is the hero-god Vāsudeva, with the other emanations being his kinsmen presented as extensions of Vāsudeva himself. From around the 1st century CE, this “Vyuha doctrine” (Vyūhavāda) developed out of the earlier Vīravāda cult of the Vrishni heroes, in which the five heroes Saṃkarṣaṇa, Vāsudeva, Pradyumna, Samba) and Aniruddha had remained mostly human in character....
Causal body The Causal body - originally Karana-Sarira - is a Yogic and Vedantic concept that was adopted and modified by Theosophy) and from the latter made its way into the general New Age movement and contemporary western esotericism. It generally refers to the highest or innermost body that veils the atman) or true Self. Hinduism Karana sarira or the causal body is the cause or seed of the subtle body and the gross body....
Champaklal Champaklal (February 2, 1903 – May 9, 1992) was an Indian man who served as the personal attendant to Sri Aurobindo and Mirra Alfassa for over fifty years. Life Champaklal arrived at Pondicherry in 1921. From 1926 until 1938, he was the only other person apart from the Alfassa to see Sri Aurobindo on a daily basis. Camppaklal helped devotees seeking the Alfassa’s blessings and other tasks. He painted also, encouraged by Alfassa....