Heartfulness proposes meditation on the heart with an aim of attaining subtler levels of consciousness. The heart is not merely a pump for blood circulation – its role goes far beyond that. References in ancient Indian literature on Yoga, especially that from Sages like Patanjali,…
A webinar on the relevance of yoga was organised by Jharkhand State Chapter Committee jointly with Yoga and Naturopathy Department of the Sarla Birla University (SBU), Ranchi.
Dr. Jaideep Arya was the chief guest and keynote speaker for the day. Professor Kumar Rakesh Roshan Parashar, Head, Department of Yoga and Naturopathy, SBU inaugurated the program.
In his address, Prof. Radha Mohan Jha, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Yoga highlighted that in this global corona period, yoga and ayurveda are the only way to live a long life.
Addressing the entire audience present on the occasion, Shri Ramjeevan Pandey, Chairperson, JSCC expressed his gratitude towards Yogrishi Swami Ramdev ji Maharaj, Chairman, IYA and said that he has been instrumental in taking Yoga in every household.
On this occasion, the chief guest and keynote speaker of the program, Shri Dr. Jaideep Arya ji, Joint Secretary, IYA and Regional Coordinator, North Region in his address threw a detailed light on how the corona can be avoided through Yoga and Ayurveda.
On this occasion, SBU Registrar Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh urged everyone to adopt Yoga, Ayurveda is definitely a healthy human being today. The webinar concluded with Shri Amit Kumar, Secretary, JSCC extending thanks to of the Indian Yoga Association Jharkhand State Chapter Committee, thanked all the guests and listeners present. He further added that Yoga has re-established India on the world stage as the World Guru. The Indian Yoga Association is working diligently to promote Yoga across the world.
Dr. Parineeta, Shri Pritam Manik, Shri Manoj Kumar, Shri Rai Balaram, Dr. Anuj, Shri Ravi Prakash, Smt. Archana Kumari, Shri Anurag Kumar, Smt. Kavita Kumari, Prof. Ria Mukherjee and many other distinguished guests were present.