Yoga is a panacea for modern day ills, says VHP secretary

Yoga is a panacea for modern day ills, says VHP secretary

THE POWER OF YOGA Vishwa Hindu Parishad district general secretary M Vemanna inaugurating a free yoga and meditation camp in Srinivaspur on Monday. Administrator of Venu Education Society and others are seen. dh photo

Speaking after inaugurating a free yoga and meditation camp at the Sharada Vidyaniketan on Monday, he said that the stressful lifestyle of the modern day has been sapping man’s energy thus rendering him susceptible to physical and mental illnesses.

Environmental pollution too has contributed for the birth of various diseases. “There is a pressing need to look for a long-lasting solution for these ills. Yoga provides a sure cure for the modern day ailments and people across all sections of the society should practice yoga for a healthy living,” he suggested.

General secretary of Patanjali Yoga Shikshana Samiti D Satymurthy, who presided over the programme said that yoga, one of the prominent contributions of India to the world, plays crucial role in maintaining health. It has the ability to cure diseases without the intake of medicines and hence yoga is becoming more popular these days, he remarked.

Administrator of Venu Education Society N B Gopalagowda said that yoga is becoming popular not only in India but in abroad as well. One can acquire the ability to control body and mind with regular practice of yoga and the younger generation should realise these benefits.

District secretary of Patanjali Yoga Shikshana Samiti Venkatesh Babu, yoga instructor K M Chowdappa and others were present.

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