LS College Celebrates 10th International Yoga Day with Enthusiasm

LS College Celebrates 10th International Yoga Day with Enthusiasm

LS College marked the 10th International Yoga Day with great enthusiasm under the leadership of Principal Prof. Omprakash Roy. The event featured yoga sessions and activities aimed at promoting physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

In conjunction with the celebrations, a three-day yoga camp was inaugurated by Prof. Roy in collaboration with Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Vishwavidyalaya. The camp aims to provide participants with in-depth knowledge and practical experience in yoga practices and techniques.

The camp includes sessions on various yoga asanas, meditation, breathing exercises, and holistic health practices. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn about the philosophy and principles of yoga and its benefits for overall well-being.

Speaking on the significance of International Yoga Day, Prof. Roy remarked that the day is a positive and meaningful initiative that has benefited millions globally by promoting the ancient practice of yoga. He emphasized the importance of yoga for physical and mental well-being, highlighting how it can foster peace and harmony within individuals.

Addressing this year's theme for International Yoga Day, Prof. Roy explained that the theme underscores the holistic benefits of yoga and its ability to bring people together on a shared journey toward improved physical, mental, and emotional well-being. He noted the theme's focus on unity and interconnectedness, promoting a sense of community and connection through yoga.

Prof. Roy expressed his gratitude to Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Vishwavidyalaya for their support and collaboration in organizing the yoga camp. He stressed the importance of incorporating yoga into daily life to maintain a healthy body and a peaceful mind.

The highlight of the camp was the yoga session led by Prof. Roy, which was a resounding success. Participants reported feeling more relaxed, energized, and connected to their bodies. 

Prof. Roy also emphasized the importance of maintaining the campus greenery, not just for aesthetics but for promoting health and well-being among students, staff, and visitors. He encouraged everyone to care for the plants and trees on campus and participate in green initiatives to make the campus more environmentally friendly.

The yoga session saw a large turnout, with participants from various walks of life joining teachers, students, and staff of the college. Notable attendees included Deputy Mayor Dr. Monalisa, Prof. Rajeev Kumar, Prof. Rajeev Jha, Prof. Vijay Kumar, Dr. Rituraj Kumar, Dr. Navin Kumar, Dr. Fanish Chandra, BK Pushpa Bahan, BK Bhaskar, BK Seeta Bahan, Dr. Manoj Sharma, Sujit Kumar, Rishi Kumar, and Satyendra Kumar, among others.