Farrukhabad News – Showing enthusiasm, yoga done with social distance

BJP and others do yoga in the city hall. conversation
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Farrukhabad. Even if there was no major event on International Yoga Day on Monday due to Corona, people were enthusiastic about the yoga practice. Yoga was practiced in prisons, on the grounds, and in schools after social distancing. Children also actively participated in the online yoga practice.
Officers, staff and prisoners practiced yoga in Fatehgarh Central Prison. Art of Living yoga teacher Ramkripal said that yoga is a cultural heritage. It is thought-provoking, reserved and invigorating. Meditation and yoga were done to be stress-free. Senior Jail Superintendent PK Shukla, Jailor GR Verma etc. were present.
The child protection officer Sachin Singh practiced yoga for the delinquents imprisoned in the Jakha government observation home. District probation officer Anil Chandra urged the criminal teenagers to practice yoga daily. Institute director Kamlesh Kumar advised making yoga a part of his life. At the same time, MP Mukesh Rajput was practicing yoga in his residence at the ITI intersection.
The program was organized by the BJP in Townhall Park in the city. Yoga teacher Vivekananda got everyone to practice yoga. The general secretary of Himanshu Gupta District said that yoga is important for health and character. Yoga should become a part of life. Vikas Pandey, Narendra Rathore, Prabal Tripathi were present. On the other hand, BJP leader Shivam Dubey was also doing yoga.
The Nehru Yuva Kendra performed yoga exercises on the blocks and on the Ganga Ghats. Gangadoot of the Namami Gange Project, members of the youth group practiced online and offline yoga. Namami Gange Niharika Patel, District Project Officer on the banks of the Ganges in Panchalghat, said yoga creates peace of mind and positive thinking. Rakesh Pal, Rachna, Aryan etc. were present.
In Jan Shikshan Sansthan, Nirmala Rajput, Mahila Shakti Kendra District Coordinator of the Ministry of Welfare, provided information about Mukhyamantri Kanya Sumangala Yojana, a government-administered pension for destitute women. In addition, yoga was practiced in the camp. Manoj Mishra, Manju Sharma, etc.
According to a representative from Shamsabad, a yoga camp was organized at the Rampa Devi Karan Singh Educational Institute in Ramapur Jasu village. In this yoga teacher Gautam Singh, BJP District Secretary General Sunil Rawat, Krishna Murari etc. were present. At the same time, yoga guru Jang Singh Verma had the children practice yoga in the Nawabganj elementary school.
Sisters and brothers practiced yoga in Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya Jatwara Jadeed Seva Kendra. The focus was on good food. Shobha sister said that with pranayama, our bodies can stay healthy. Raja Yoga awakens spiritual forces, making the mind powerful. Geeta and Poonam also gave their views. Dev Kumar Sharma, Suvalal Mishra etc. were present.
On the other hand, Hindu Media Officer Jagran Manch, Anupam Dixit, Spokesperson Amit Sharma and Veerangana Vahini District Vice President Jyoti Sharma and Soni Pathak said in a webinar that we can stay away from everyone if we are all practicing yoga Illnesses make everyday life. Seven-year-old Divya Sharma took an online yoga class.

Farrukhabad. Even if there was no major event on International Yoga Day on Monday due to Corona, people were enthusiastic about the yoga practice. Yoga was practiced in prisons, on the grounds, and in schools after social distancing. Children also actively participated in the online yoga practice.

Officers, staff and prisoners practiced yoga in Fatehgarh Central Prison. Art of Living yoga teacher Ramkripal said that yoga is a cultural heritage. It is thought to be restrained and invigorating. Meditation and yoga were done to be stress-free. Senior Jail Superintendent PK Shukla, Jailor GR Verma etc. were present.

The child protection officer Sachin Singh practiced yoga for the delinquents imprisoned in the Jakha government observation home. District probation officer Anil Chandra urged the criminal teenagers to practice yoga daily. Institute director Kamlesh Kumar advised making yoga a part of his life. At the same time, MP Mukesh Rajput was practicing yoga in his residence at the ITI intersection.

The program was organized by the BJP in the city hall park. Yoga teacher Vivekananda got everyone to practice yoga. The general secretary of Himanshu Gupta District said that yoga is important for health and character. Yoga should become a part of life. Vikas Pandey, Narendra Rathore, Prabal Tripathi were present. On the other hand, BJP leader Shivam Dubey was also doing yoga.

The Nehru Yuva Kendra performed yoga exercises on the blocks and on the Ganga Ghats. Gangadoot of the Namami Gange Project, members of the youth group practiced online and offline yoga. Namami Gange Niharika Patel, District Project Officer on the banks of the Ganges in Panchalghat, said yoga creates peace of mind and positive thinking. Rakesh Pal, Rachna, Aryan etc. were present.

In Jan Shikshan Sansthan, Nirmala Rajput, Mahila Shakti Kendra District Coordinator of the Ministry of Welfare, provided information about Mukhyamantri Kanya Sumangala Yojana, a government-administered pension for destitute women. In addition, yoga was practiced in the camp. Manoj Mishra, Manju Sharma, etc.

According to a representative from Shamsabad, a yoga camp was organized at the Rampa Devi Karan Singh Educational Institute in Ramapur Jasu village. In this yoga teacher Gautam Singh, BJP District Secretary General Sunil Rawat, Krishna Murari etc. were present. At the same time, yoga guru Jang Singh Verma had the children practice yoga in the Nawabganj elementary school.

Sisters and brothers practiced yoga in Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya Jatwara Jadeed Seva Kendra. The focus was on good food. Shobha sister said that with pranayama, our bodies can stay healthy. Raja Yoga awakens spiritual forces, making the mind powerful. Geeta and Poonam also gave their views. Dev Kumar Sharma, Suvalal Mishra etc. were present.

On the other hand, Hindu Media Officer Jagran Manch, Anupam Dixit, Spokesperson Amit Sharma and Veerangana Vahini District Vice President Jyoti Sharma and Soni Pathak said in a webinar that we can stay away from everyone if we are all practicing yoga Illnesses make everyday life. Seven-year-old Divya Sharma took an online yoga class.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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