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Permission is granted to reproduce these images solely in connection with a review or editorial commentary on the Yoga: The Art of Transformation exhibition at the ASIAN ART MUSEUM Feb 21—May 25, 2014. All other reproductions are strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright holder and/or museum.
  • Three aspects of the Absolute, page 1 from a manuscript of the Nath Charit, 1823, by Bulaki. India. Opaque watercolor, gold, and tin alloy on paper. Courtesy of the Mehrangarh Museum Trust, RJS 2399.
  • Vishnu in his man-lion incarnation as Yoga-Narasimha, approx. 1250. India. Bronze. Courtesy of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. Norman Zaworski, 1973.187.
  • The five-faced Shiva, approx. 1730–1740. India. Watercolor on paper. Courtesy of Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Given by Col. T. G. Gayer-Anderson and Maj. R. G. Gayer-Anderson, Pasha, IS 239–1952.
  • "Bhairava Raga," from the Chunar Ragamala, 1591. India. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, IS 40–1981.
  • Raja Yoga, 1896/1944, by Swami Vivekananda (1863–1902). India. Book, 1944 reprint of 1896 edition. Courtesy of General Collections, Library of Congress, Washington DC, B132.V3 V58.
  • The Theosophical Body, from The Chakras: A Monograph, 1927, by Charles W. Leadbeater (1854–1934). Illinois. Courtesy of General Collections, Library of Congress, Washington DC, BP573.C5 L4 1972.
  • Yogini, 900–975. India; Kanchipuram or Kaveripakkam, Tamil Nadu state. Possibly dolerite. Courtesy of Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase, L.A. Young Fund, 57.88.
  • Babur and his retinue visiting Gor Khatri, page 22b from a manuscript of Baburnama, 1590s. India. Opaque watercolor, gold and ink on paper. Courtesy of the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland, W. 596.
  • Ascetics before shrine of the goddess, from Kedara Kalpa, approx. 1815, by workshop of Purkhu. India. Courtesy of Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland (Gift of John and Berthe Ford, 2001), W. 859.
  • Koringa, approx. 1938, by W. E. Barry Ltd.. United Kingdom. Print. Courtesy of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, S. 128–1994.
  • "Diverses Pagodes et Penitences des Faquirs", 1729, by JeanFrederic Bernard and Bernard Picart (1728). Amsterdam. Copperplate engraving. Courtesy of Robert J. Del Bontà Collection, E442.
  • The transmission of teachings, page 3 from a manuscript of the Nath Charit, 1823, by Bulaki. India. Opaque watercolor, gold, tin alloy on paper. Courtesy of Mehrangarh Museum Trust, RJS 2400.
  • Dara Shikoh visiting a yogi and yogini, 1600–1700. India. Watercolor, gold on paper. Courtesy of Museum Rietberg Zürich, Collection of Barbara and Eberhard Fischer. Photo: Rainer Wolfsberger, RVI 954.
  • Vishnu Vishvarupa, approx. 1800–1820, by Bulaki. India. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Given by Mrs. Gerald Clark, IS 33–2006.
  • Fasting Buddha, 700–800. India; Jammu and Kashmir state. Ivory. Courtesy of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. Fund, 1986.70.
  • Group of Yogis, approx. 1880s, by Colin Murray (active 1871–1884). India. Albumen print. Courtesy of Collection of Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck, 2011.02.02.004.
  • Jallandharnath flies over King Padam's palace, from the Suraj Prakash, 1830, by Amardas Bhatti. India. Opaque watercolor and gold on paper. Courtesy of the Mehrangarh Museum Trust, RJS 1644.