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Faculty, students mark Global Yoga Day by practicing yoga

Published on June 22, 2015 | 2447 views

Chitkara Fraternity enthusiastically took part in a yoga‬ session at the University Campus during the wee hours on Sunday to mark the International Yoga Day.

It was Global Yoga Day and India took the lead with lakhs of people assembling at open spaces to feel free, energetic and in form while practicing yoga.

The first International Yoga Day got tremendous response from not only India, but across the world.

It is believed that yoga is the best form of exercise as it not only works out every muscle in human body, but also helps calm the mind and our students and staff proved it quiet right.

Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, after putting forward an idea to mark a day for yoga, was successful in his attempt as the UN declared 21 June as the Global Yoga Day. The idea was welcomed by our yoga enthusiasts. We intend that yoga brings peace and harmony not only to our students and staff, but to people across the world.


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