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. YM does not charge for submission, processing or publication of manuscripts.

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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January-June  2021 | Vol 53 | Issue - 1


Calming the mind through yoga amid the COVID pandemic

Yoga Vasishtha defines Yoga as, ”Manoprashamanopayah yogoityabhidhiyate”: “The means of calming down the mind is known as Yoga.” Mind, remains perhaps the most enigmatic phen...

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Impact of Sanskrit prosody on anxiety, mindfulness, and self-concept in young adolescents: A four-armed control trial

Background: Upsurge in anxiety and struggle with self-concept commonly appears during adolescence. Chanting of many forms have been established to improve emotional personality features. ...

Original Article

Effect of yogic intervention on quality of life in university girls with cyclical mastalgia

Background: Cyclical mastalgia is a benign breast disease and common phenomena in the reproductive age of women. It is the pain in the breast mainly felt in previous 5–7 days of the men...