Deconstruction and Reconstruction of the Dhyāna Concept: Strategies and Perspectives. Danylov, D. (2020). Transformation of the Concept Dhyāna in Yoga’s Teaching. [In Ukrainian]. Kyiv: Dukh and Litera.
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