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Yoga Day in Cachar, Barpeta, Baksa

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SILCHAR, June 22 � In sync with the rest of the country and also other parts of the world, the first International Yoga Day was celebrated here on Sunday. Fitness enthusiasts across the town were seen practising yoga exercises in various camps organised by many government establishments, academic institutions, clubs and associations.

Over 300 participants, including the staff of the National Institute of Technology Silchar and their family members took part in the Yoga Day celebrations. Five yoga experts from Silchar Yogasan Centre were present to exhibit asanas for all the participants.

Prof NV Deshpande, director NIT Silchar after inaugurating the yoga camp organised at the institute said that in this busy life, yoga must be a part of the daily routine for at least 30 minutes to lead a stress-free life. �Regular practice of yoga gives strength to the body and develops stamina while encouraging mental balance,� he said, adding, diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure can be kept at bay if people dedicate some time for yoga practice every day.

The Cachar district administration also celebrated the day with yoga sessions at the Children�s Park here. Deputy Commissioner S Viswanathan began the proceedings urging others to follow the various yoga steps. Local NGO governing body of Kalpataru Institute of Entrepreneurship also observed the day at its office premises. Similar programmes on yoga were held in different parts of the Cachar district. The National Cadet Corps (NCC), the premier youth organisation of the nation, created a record for the largest yoga performance simultaneously by a single uniformed youth organization at multiple venues. In south Assam as many as 4,175 cadets participated in Cachar, Karimganj, Hailakandi and Dima Hasao districts.

BARPETA: Keeping in mind the first ever International Yoga Day, the Sarthebari-based army camp belonging to the Hamesa Aage Barho brigade organised a three-day mobile yoga training camp from June 19 to 21. Army personnel of the brigade organised the first camp in Rampur High School on June 19. The second such camp was organised on the office premises of Sarthebari Assam Bel Metal Artisans Association, while the third camp was organised in Krishnaguru Vidyajyoti School at Nasatra.

The training programmes were well attended by students, teachers and local people. Army sources said that they believe in healthy body and healthy mind of the people of the country for allround development of the nation and yoga can only serve the purpose . They also stated that the purpose of the training and the effort of the jawans, who imparted training, will be fruitful if the trainees adhere to yoga for their well being.

It must be mentioned here that the Sarthebari-based army camp has been performing social service and motivational programmes for the youth of the area to join the Indian Army since its inception.

Mushalpur: People across ages spontaneously and enthusiastically participated in yoga camps organised in different parts of Baksa district on the occasion of International Yoga Day on June 21. The official programme of the Baksa district administration was organised by the DRDA, Baksa at Adalbari Community Hall in the presence of Mahadananda Hazarika, Deputy Commissioner, Baksa.

Hazarika also visited the yoga camps organised at Barama Girls� High School by the Bharat Swabhiman Trust and the Patanjali Yog Samiti, Baksa district and at Mushalpur Higher Secondary School where the initiative was taken by the army. The SSB Bhutankhuti camp also organised a yoga camp at Bhutankhuti.

The zonal level camps of the Bharat Swabhiman Trust and the Patanjali Yog Samiti were organised at Salbari College, Simla College and Suwagpur. Local camps were held at Modern English School, Nikashi, Aastha Coaching Centre, Nikashi, Indralal Pathak Girls� High School, Nikashi, Himalee High School, Bhutankhuti and the Nikashi unit office of the Bharat Swabhiman Trust and Patanjali Yogpeeth, besides other places.

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Yoga Day in Cachar, Barpeta, Baksa

SILCHAR, June 22 � In sync with the rest of the country and also other parts of the world, the first International Yoga Day was celebrated here on Sunday. Fitness enthusiasts across the town were seen practising yoga exercises in various camps organised by many government establishments, academic institutions, clubs and associations.

Over 300 participants, including the staff of the National Institute of Technology Silchar and their family members took part in the Yoga Day celebrations. Five yoga experts from Silchar Yogasan Centre were present to exhibit asanas for all the participants.

Prof NV Deshpande, director NIT Silchar after inaugurating the yoga camp organised at the institute said that in this busy life, yoga must be a part of the daily routine for at least 30 minutes to lead a stress-free life. �Regular practice of yoga gives strength to the body and develops stamina while encouraging mental balance,� he said, adding, diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure can be kept at bay if people dedicate some time for yoga practice every day.

The Cachar district administration also celebrated the day with yoga sessions at the Children�s Park here. Deputy Commissioner S Viswanathan began the proceedings urging others to follow the various yoga steps. Local NGO governing body of Kalpataru Institute of Entrepreneurship also observed the day at its office premises. Similar programmes on yoga were held in different parts of the Cachar district. The National Cadet Corps (NCC), the premier youth organisation of the nation, created a record for the largest yoga performance simultaneously by a single uniformed youth organization at multiple venues. In south Assam as many as 4,175 cadets participated in Cachar, Karimganj, Hailakandi and Dima Hasao districts.

BARPETA: Keeping in mind the first ever International Yoga Day, the Sarthebari-based army camp belonging to the Hamesa Aage Barho brigade organised a three-day mobile yoga training camp from June 19 to 21. Army personnel of the brigade organised the first camp in Rampur High School on June 19. The second such camp was organised on the office premises of Sarthebari Assam Bel Metal Artisans Association, while the third camp was organised in Krishnaguru Vidyajyoti School at Nasatra.

The training programmes were well attended by students, teachers and local people. Army sources said that they believe in healthy body and healthy mind of the people of the country for allround development of the nation and yoga can only serve the purpose . They also stated that the purpose of the training and the effort of the jawans, who imparted training, will be fruitful if the trainees adhere to yoga for their well being.

It must be mentioned here that the Sarthebari-based army camp has been performing social service and motivational programmes for the youth of the area to join the Indian Army since its inception.

Mushalpur: People across ages spontaneously and enthusiastically participated in yoga camps organised in different parts of Baksa district on the occasion of International Yoga Day on June 21. The official programme of the Baksa district administration was organised by the DRDA, Baksa at Adalbari Community Hall in the presence of Mahadananda Hazarika, Deputy Commissioner, Baksa.

Hazarika also visited the yoga camps organised at Barama Girls� High School by the Bharat Swabhiman Trust and the Patanjali Yog Samiti, Baksa district and at Mushalpur Higher Secondary School where the initiative was taken by the army. The SSB Bhutankhuti camp also organised a yoga camp at Bhutankhuti.

The zonal level camps of the Bharat Swabhiman Trust and the Patanjali Yog Samiti were organised at Salbari College, Simla College and Suwagpur. Local camps were held at Modern English School, Nikashi, Aastha Coaching Centre, Nikashi, Indralal Pathak Girls� High School, Nikashi, Himalee High School, Bhutankhuti and the Nikashi unit office of the Bharat Swabhiman Trust and Patanjali Yogpeeth, besides other places.