DEEPAK HERITAGE BOOKS
Journal of Vaishnava Studies
Volume 14 No. 1, Fall 2005
Was the Author of the Yoga Sutras a Vaishnava?
Isvara-pranidhana and Bhakti
Modern Yoga and Sri Vaishnavism
The Yoga of Krishnamacharya
Ramanandi Tyagis and Hatha Yoga
Buddhi-Yoga and the Bhagavad-Gita
The Place of Yoga in Sankaradeva's Vaishnavism
Madhva, Yoga, and Inappropriate Appropriation
The Vedantic Refutation of Yoga
Visvanatha Cakravarti's View on Yoga
Astanga-Yoga and Bhaktivinoda Thakura
Gaudiya Vaishnava Meditation
The Vraja Gopikas as Masters of Yoga
About the Contributors
Steven J. Rosen, Editor, Journal of Vaishnava Studies and author of several books on Vaishnava-related subjects.
Edwin F. Bryant, Associate Professor of Hinduism at Rutgers University.
Christopher Chapple, Professor of Theological Studies and Associate Academic Vice President at Loyola Marymount University.
Andrew J. Nicholson, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA.
Klas Nevrin, Ph.D. candidate in History of Religions, Stockholm University, Sweden.
Eddie Stern, co-publisher of Namarupa Magazine; maintains the Abhayankara Ganapati Devasthanam, a yoga center.
James Mallinson, Principal translator for the Clay Sanskrit Library.
John L. Brockington, emeritus Professor of Sanskrit, University of Edinburgh, and Secretary General of International Association of Sanskrit Studies.
Matthew Dasti, Graduate student in Indian Philosophy at University of Texas at Austin.
Phyllis Granoff, teaches at Yale University in the Department of Religious Studies.
Deepak Sarma, Assistant Professor of Religion at Case Western University.
David Buchta, (Dvija Mani dasa), taught courses on Gaudiya Vaishnava theology to Vaishnava practitioners at the ISKCON temple and elsewhere, and is currently in a Master's program in South Asian Studies at Uppsala University.
Paul H. Sherbow, Senior Researcher at the International Secretariat of the World Conference of Religions for Peace in New York City.
Jason D. Fuller, Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana.
Tony K. Stewart, Bengali Professor of South Asian religions in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at North Carolina State University.
Graham M. Schweig, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, Virginia, and Visiting Associate Professor of Sanskrit in the Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures Department at the University of Virginia.