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Central Bureau of Communication organizes awareness on IYD at Mandi
6/21/2024 10:03:16 PM
Early Times Report
POONCH, June 21: In connection with observance of International Yoga Day, Central Bureau of Communication, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India, Field Office, Poonch organised Mini ICOP at Govt.Girls HSS, Mandi in Poonch district. The aim of organizing this IYD awareness programme was to publicize IYD and make common masses acquaint about the benefits of Yogasanas. People were made aware about benefits of practicing Yogasanas for making life stress free, disease free and productive.
On the day of observance of 10th International Yoga Day, CBC Field Office, Poonch organised a series of events at GGHSS, Mandi. These events were organised under the Chairmanship of Anju Rishi, Principal of the host Institute. Choudhary Ashfaq, Tehsildar, Mandi was the chief Guest. Mohd Shafiq Lecturer, Rajinder Singh, ZPEO Mandi, Imtiyaz Ahmed, Sports activity Incharge Mandi, Bhaskar Sharma, Sunil Kumar I/c CBC Rajouri were prominent among others who attended the programme.
In his address Ch. Ashfaq, Tehsildar, Mandi urged the participants to practice Yogasnas regularly in order to feel the difference and make their lives healthy and fit. He also appreciated the efforts of CBC for making people of far flung and remote hilly area aware about Yoga and AYUSH through their activities which included Mass Yoga Demonstration, Expert Lectures, Health camp of AYUSH and cultural programme. He was of the view that Yogic practices are very beneficial for physical health, mental health and psychological health. He was of the view that public participation and Jan Bagidhari will definitely play a crucial role in promoting the concept of Yoga.
Anju Rishi, Principal GGHSS Mandi also addressed the gathering He said Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with self, the world and the nature.
The session began at 9:00 am and continued till 10:30 am. Yoga was practiced under the supervision of Imtiyaz Ahmed, Sports Activity Incharge Mandi Yoga Expert). He taught various asanas, mudras, pranayama and Kriyas. Various Asanas like Vrikshasan, Vajarasan, Padamasan, Trikoneasan, Sarvangasan, Bhujangasan, Halasan, Shirshasan etc. were practiced and their benefits were explained to the participants. The yoga session was attended by officials of Block Administration, staff & Students of GGHSS Mandi.
Vijay Mattoo from CBC explained the working and organization of CBC and also motivated the audience to adopt Yoga in their day to day life for a better living. He said that yoga is beneficial for physical fitness, musculoskeletal functioning and cardio vascular health.
Speeches by students and expert lectures by Staff and representatives from Education, DYSSO were also organised to promote the concept of Yoga and to generate its awareness among masses among & through the students and younger generation who witnessed the programme. Sunil Kumar I/c CBC Rajouri proposed vote of thanks.
Drawing competition was also organized by CBC Poonch at GHSS in which 25 students participated. Salma Koser of class 11th, stood first, Saima Hanif of 11th stood second while as Rizwana Riyaz of class 11th took third prize. Rohima and Nigat of class 11th were awarded consolation prizes. An open quiz on yoga and current affairs also engaged the audience. Cultural items by Sraswati Sangeet Vidyalay, Poonch Empanelled troupes of CBC, Regional Office, Jammu was another attraction of these events.
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