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Aloo Ghobi, for beginners

May 15, 2017
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By Hillary Maguire

I'm writing this post five months after my month in India and I can still remember the hot hot hot sun scorching my hair, the browns and reds everywhere, the smell of dirt and cow poops and frying cumin. I can remember laying on my mattress (which was hott...


Sprouts, for The Broken Appendix

May 08, 2017
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By Shreejan Sita

The appendix has been considered a vestigial organ in modern man. It had its uses for earlier man, before the evolution of homo sapiens. Then two years ago researchers discovered that it is actually a haven where good bacteria ca...


Food from the bush

May 08, 2017
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By Dr. Estelle Fourat

Living at the Shri Jasnath Ashram as a karma yogi, I’ve been appointed to write the foreword of a first cookbook and to feed the food blog of the ashram. The subject of the article came to me naturally one day when a dish ...


Ghee, The Yummy is in The Science

April 12, 2017
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By Nicola Callan

A meal in India would not be complete without Ghee: the more the better. "What is Ghee" you may be wondering? Ghee is a saturated fat which is made from cow's milk. It is regarded as very important in India both due...


Aloe Magic In My Belly!

January 12, 2017
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By Shreejan Sita

Aloe vera has been used in Rajasthan for thousands of years to sooth digestive “inconsistencies”, regulate the ...


Bajra Sogra and Millet

October 11, 2016
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By Nicola Callan

Millet is a seed from the grass family whose origins trace back to Western Africa. Its culinary use spread to Egypt and Greece and is found as a crop source in India and China from 2300BC.

Being...


Living Karma Yoga

January 15, 2016
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Volunteers www.shrijasnathasan.orgMany of us imagine ashram life as difficult, emptied of worldly delights, a place to hide from the world by silently meditating through the day's long hours. Perhaps there are ashrams like that, but I am not at one of them. At Sri Jasnath Asan our meditation is through karma yoga...


Journey to Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand)

December 06, 2015
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Sarvangasana @ RHYIMy journey with Sarvangasana started years ago. It is a journey I didn’t realize I was on! As a child, my brother and I used to play, doing shoulder stands and lots of acrobats. Like most children we didn't pay attention to any of the details of this play - alignment or benefits. It was our childish fun. We laughe...


Dal Days

November 17, 2015
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By Luisa Gardin

It was on Sunday. The first time that I tasted the black dal here in Ashram, it was on Sunday. A true love was born.

I ate two cat...


India Hasn’t Enough Yoga Teachers?

November 02, 2015
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Teaching 300 visiting Boy Scouts, Shri Jasnath Asan Teaching 300 visiting Boy Scouts, Shri Jasnath Asan

“It is not the receiver that is blessed, but it is the giver.” Swami Vivek...