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Seminar: Yoga and Hinduism (OCHS – Leicester)

Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies – Leicester Friends Event
Saturday, 24 September 2011 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Jalaram Community Centre
Narborough Road
Leicester LE3 0LF

A talk by Dr Nick Sutton Ph.d., B.A. (Hons) of the Oxford Centre For Hindu Studies

Today many millions of people in theWestern world and in India practice some form of Yoga. It is well known thatYoga originates in India but the relationship with Hindu religious teachings is frequently misunderstood. In this talk Nick Sutton will consider the relationship between Yoga and Hindu teachings and show howYoga should properly be understood as an expression of Hindu spirituality.

About the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies

The Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies (OCHS) is an academy for the study of Hindu culture, society, philosophies, and languages, in all periods and in all parts of the world.

The Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies is dedicated to preserving India’s cultural heritage and promoting a better understanding of it through a comprehensive programme of education, publishing, and research.

The OCHS is a Recognised Independent Centre of Oxford University, maintaining the highest standards of academic integrity, originality, and excellence.

Organiser: Friends of the OCHS – Leicester
E-mail: lf@ochs.org.uk
Phone: 07801 241296

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