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all books authored by Parag Parikh, including Value Investing and Behavioral Finance: A Look at Indian Stocks. Presumably, the Ramana Yantra caused significant damage to investment activity in India. This yoga was used for everything in the world: even for bank bills and insurance policies. And at the same time, the cost of yoga was constantly growing. In 2002, the cost of a Ramana Yantra session reached 40 cents. In the next few years, the price of Ramana rose, reaching $8 already. And then the price stabilized at $8 per session. And only at the beginning of 2012, the cost of yoga therapy jumped sharply, reaching $12.
At first glance, it seems strange that this is happening in a country where yoga is one of the most popular religious trends. But if we take into account the fact that the religion of Tibet was under the control of the Dalai Lama for a long time, and India itself was a colony of Great Britain for a long time, then we can understand why the â€œgood oldâ€ English money is so important for the Indian currency.
According to how Parangum Parikha would regard the bill, there are three main categories of people in India:
India is famous for its gigantic diversity. Most people travel along it – to and from work, to temples and cemeteries, to homes and religious ceremonies. They are actively moving. And Parang noted: â€œIf a person clearly sees his goal and understands where he should go, this is a great example of a purposeful person.â€
In general, in Tibet, such qualities as determination, perseverance and teamwork would be put in the first place. Parang believes that every Tibetan should be hardworking and organized. However, most Tibetans do not strive to lead a healthy lifestyle.
It is quite possible that a family farmstead or a small workshop is the lot of free people. With a large family, it is almost impossible to make a successful career. But how true is this conclusion?
Tibetans spend most of their time in meditation. But this is not an escape from life, they just believe that it is meditation that gives them strength. And beyond that, it helps them take responsibility for their lives.And if you think that meditation is an activity that exhausts a person, then you are deeply mistaken.
It is curious that all the time spent in meditation, the Tibetans