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CUJ celebrates 10th International Yoga Day in collaboration with Arogya Bharti
6/21/2024 9:52:19 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 21: Central University of Jammu, in collaboration with Arogya Bharti, celebrated the 10th International Yoga Day with great enthusiasm and fervor. The event witnessed the presence of Sh. Anil ji and Dr. Rama ji, who graced the occasion and contributed to its success. The celebration commenced with a warm welcome to Anil and Dr. Rama, followed by an insightful session where Anil demonstrated various yoga postures and elaborated on the profound significance of yoga in one's life. He emphasized how the practice of yoga can enhance physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, advocating for its incorporation into daily routines for a healthier and more balanced lifestyle.
Participants, including students, faculty, and staff of the university, engaged in the yoga session with great zeal, following the guided postures and meditative practices. The interactive session provided valuable insights into the holistic benefits of yoga, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation among the attendees.
Anil shared his expertise on the therapeutic aspects of yoga, highlighting its role in alleviating stress, improving concentration, and promoting overall wellness. His talk resonated with the audience, inspiring many to embrace yoga as a regular practice.
The event concluded with a formal vote of thanks proposed by Prof. Yashwant Singh, Director of the Directorate of Physical Education. On behalf of Prof. Sanjeev Jain, Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor of Central University of Jammu, Prof. Singh expressed gratitude to Anil ji and Dr. Rama ji for their invaluable contribution. He also extended his appreciation to Arogya Bharti for their collaboration and support in making the event a grand success.
The 10th International Yoga Day celebration at the Central University of Jammu was a testament to the enduring relevance and universal appeal of yoga. It underscored the institution's commitment to promoting health and well-being through such meaningful initiatives.
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