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Question number: 139

» Patanjala Yoga Sutra » Vibhuti & Kaivalya Pada » Samyama and Siddhis

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According to Patanjali, “Kayasampat” includes of:

(1) Graceful and beautiful body

(2) Strengthful body

(3) Firm and compact body

(4) Healthy and Flexible body

Find the correct combination according to the code:

(November Paper III)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

(1), (3) and (4) are correct

b.

(1), (2) and (3) are correct

c.

(2), (3) and (4) are correct

d.

(3) and (4) are correct

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According to yoga philosophy there are four main aims of human life. These are Dharma (sense of duty), Artha (material needs), Kama (enjoyments) and Moksha (spiritual realization) . Dharma is the careful observation of one’s ethical, social, intellectual and religious duties in daily life. Without ethical quality, spiritual attainment is not possible, so it must be followed through out life. Artha is acquisition of wealth in order to progress towards higher pursuits of life including understanding the main purpose of life. One is not meant to be greedy while accumulating wealth, but only to meet one’s needs to be free from worries. Kama means enjoyment of the pleasures of life provided one does not lose the health and harmony of body and mind. Kama are aesthetic longings of human personality, which include the expression of five senses and satisfaction of desires. Moksha means freedom from the bondage of worldly pleasures and liberation. It is possible only when one is free from physical, psychological, intellectual and environmental afflictions. At this state person realizes that power, knowledge, wealth and pleasure are merely passing phases of life. Practice of Ashtanga yoga is the best way to achieve all four aims of life.

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» Foundations of Yoga: History, Evolution of Yoga and Schools of Yoga » Prasthanatrayee and Purushartha Chatushtaya

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Spiritual attainment is not possible without: (November Paper III)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Physical quality

b.

Ethical quality

c.

Mental quality

d.

Intellectual quality

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Acquisition of wealth in order to progress towards higher pursuits of life is called: (November Paper III)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Moksha

b.

Dharma

c.

Artha

d.

Kama

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What is the meaning of Moksha? (November Paper III)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Sense of duty

b.

Enjoyments

c.

Material needs

d.

Spiritual realization

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The best way to achieve all the four aims of life is the practice of: (November Paper III)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Karma Yoga

b.

Ashtanga Yoga

c.

Gyana Yoga

d.

Bhakti Yoga

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Aesthetic longings of human personality are called: (November Paper III)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Kama

b.

Moksha

c.

Artha

d.

Dharma

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