” For an aspiration towards a Ailment free Nation, 100 DAV students performed the Yoga Asans in DAV University”
” Connecting soul and mind with the Divine power is signified as Yog. Yog makes us civilized and connects us to each other and is a sole sign of piousness and cleanliness and gives the message of unity and harmony ”
– Principal Dr B B Sharma
Following the Former year traditions, this time again the NSS and NCC wing students along with other Staff members and The honourable Principal Dr B B sharma took part in the yog session, from 6am to 8 am where more than a 100 students participated enthusiastically.
The Session was organised successfully by the cooperation of Prof SK Middha and Prof S K Tuli and coordinating with the Yoga Sansthan Institution of the city, Where Shri Jay Mittal and Shri Sanjay Kumar presided over the session. The students were made to perform Exclusive 27 asans “Tarh Asan, Bhyjanga Asan, Trikonasana , Bhadrasan etc were present along with the Surya Namaskar Asana. the students performed these Asans enthusiastically aspiring to lay the foundation for a healthy Nation.
The Yoga experts talking about the significance of the Yoga, pointed towards its connecting nature. Controlling your senses, and connecting your heart with the soul, is what yoga is all about. Divine connection is all which is called Yoga. If we adopt it in our daily lifestyle, we can eliminate depression and stress and enhance our concentration power which is very advantageous for students. The basic goal of the local Yog Sanshthan is to make people Ailment free by inculcating into them Yoga habits.
Further Principal Dr B B Sharma appraised the initiatives of the Yoga Sansthan and made us aware of the great benefits and the undiscovered information regarding the traditional sayings about yog, and we are sure it’s going to benefit the students a lot. Further he quoted regarding the creative approach and initiatives of Prime Minister Shri Narinder Modi with which he has been successful in propogate the ideologies of the yog not just in India but the entire world.
T-shirts of the Yoga Day were also distributed to the students. At the end of the programme, Prof SK Middha, Prof Suresh Khurana, Prof Tuli, Prof Rajan and Mr S K Mahajan inspired the kids to adopt Yoga in their daily lifestyle and thanked all the staff members, non-teaching staff members and students with a sense of gratitude for taking part in the event and later students were provided with refreshments.