A. G. Mohan studied with Sri T. Krishnamacharya for eighteen years until the master's death in 1989. He is the author of numerous books. He lives in Chennai, India, with his wife, Indra, and son, Ganesh. The Mohans also teach workshops in the United States, India, and Europe.
"Preserving and passing on the teachings and traditions of his teacher, T. Krishnamacharya, was my grandfather's life work. This book explains the legacy, and gives a better understanding into the life and work of a great master."--Sharath Rangaswamy, grandson of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois
"Krishnamacharya is absolutely delightful. It gives us an intimate window into the devotion, intensity, and clarity of the true source of modern yoga, Sri Krishnamacharya. A. G. Mohan gives us urgently needed lessons on the inner subtlety and depth of yoga."--Richard Freeman, author of The Mirror of Yoga "A. G. Mohan's book about the life and teachings of Krishnamacharya is an important link in the chain of yogic knowledge, handed down from past to present via teacher to student. We gain double benefit with Mohan's book. We not only benefit from greater insight into the teachings of Krishnamacharya but we also experience the wisdom of A. G. Mohan as well."--David Swenson, author of Ashtanga Yoga: The Practice Manual "Very few students actually stayed with Krishnamacharya to study and carefully practice what he was offering; A. G. Mohan is one who did. Read this book because it is a fascinating window into a deeply personal relationship in the age old practice of yoga transmission and learning."--Mark Whitwell, author of Yoga of Heart "This book is a great addition to the growing number of books documenting the history of modern yoga, and is a must read for the serious yoga practitioner."--YogaBasics.com