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It seems difficult to establish any connection between the theoretical YS and a practical yoga milieu, both before and after it emerged. Even among intellectuals and urban elites, the YS did not create much of a stir, based on the meagre commentary traces left. So the YS somehow hangs in mid air and we can return to the previous question raised: why was it compiled?

Bronkhorst (1985, 2005) gives an answer as he argues that YS was basically a Samkhya text compiled by a Samkhya scholastic, claiming his name was the mythological Vyasa. The purpose of writing was to take up the fight with the Buddhists Abhidarma and Yogacara schools on the march. Hence the text was not conceived in order to clarify yoga topics but as a part of an intellectual milieu trying to establish themselves among competing peers.

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