- Inbunden (Hardback)
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- Taschen GmbH
- Stern, Eddie (contributions)/Chidanand Saraswatiji, H H Swami (contributions)/Stern, Eddie (contributions)/Chidanand Saraswatiji, H H Swami (contributions)
- 374 x 266 x 38 mm
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- 3016 g
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Michael O'Neill. On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace
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"These spectacular pictures of yoga practitioners from India and Tibet will make you gawp and gasp on disbelief... It's a book that informs, inspires and offers a provocative window into the yoga soul." "A stunning visual feast for all yoga lovers, a truly beautiful book." "A meditation in images, On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace is a tribute to the spirits it portrays, a collection of ancient wisdom for modern times, and a chronicle of Michael O'Neill's own journey toward enlightenment." "...a collection of nearly 200 stunning portraits that record yoga's humble beginnings and loyal disciples, and follows the practice's extraordinary journey, which shows no sign of stopping." "...a study as much in anthropology and sociology as in beauty of form and spirit... featuring striking images of everyone from Krishnamacharya to the Indian Sadhu community to Sting." "The world of Yoga captured on camera, from age-old monasteries in remote corners of the Himalayas to its urban counterpart of celebrity endorsements and fad-based lifestyle commodification. A must for yogis and pop culture buffs."
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H.H. Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji is one of India's most revered and beloved spiritual leaders. He is President of Parmarth Niketan Ashram in Rishikesh (home of the annual International Yoga Festival) and founder of Global Interfaith WASH Alliance, Divine Shakti Foundation, and Ganga Action Parivar, and India Heritage Research Foundation. Eddie Stern is the founder of Ashtanga Yoga New York and the Broome Street Ganesha Temple in NYC. He co-publishes the philosophy journal Namarupa, Categories of Indian Thought, and is a co-creator of the violence reduction program called Urban Yogis. In his near 50-year career, Michael O'Neill has photographed the cultural icons of his time, from Andy Warhol to the Dalai Lama, for publications including the New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, and Vanity Fair. He has had solo shows of his work at Visa pour l'image (Perpignan, France); at II Mes Internacional da Fotografia (Sao Paulo, Brazil); and Houk Friedman (New York). His photographs reside in the collections of the Walker Art Center, among other museums. For the last decade he has immersed himself in the culture of yoga, turning his lens on the origins and essence of this ancient and timeless spiritual practice.