Yoga Mīmāṃsā (YM), the Semiannual publication of Kaivalyadhama (, is the oldest (since 1924) peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary research journal on yoga. YM is now available as a print + online journal, and allows free access (open-access) to its full-text in HTML and permits authors to self-archive final accepted version of the articles on any OAI-compliant institutional / subject-based repository.

Scope of the journal: Yoga Mīmāṃsā publishes scientific and philosophico-literary research articles in yoga and allied disciplines.....Read More

ISSN - Print: 0044-0507,
Online: 2394-2487
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July-December  2022 | Vol 54 | Issue - 2


Meditational processes in the context of mental health

There has been a renewed interest in Mental Health in the context of yoga, post COVID-19 pandemic. Different traditional yogic approaches are being tried in tackling the complex Mental Health issues...

Original Article

Suryanamaskar performed for a shorter duration matches the exercise intensity of a regular physical education session in adolescent children: A cross-over study

Context: Adolescent children are provided with lesser exercise duration and intensity due to academic priorities. Suryanamaskar (SN) may be a time-saving solution for their fitness enh...

Original Article

Effectiveness of spiritual augmented psychotherapy on resilience and conscience on juvenile delinquents

Background: Resilience and conscience are the ability to endure adversity without suffering negative consequences. Psychology and spirituality can both be major assets in building resilience ...