Tirupati: Yoga's importance in preventing coronavirus underlined
6th International yoga day celebrated on a grand note
Tirupati: The 6th International Yoga Day has been celebrated on a grand note in Tirupati on Sunday with several sections of people taking part in it enthusiastically. A programme was organised by Tirupati urban police at Police parade grounds led by Additional SP Supraja. She said that among various benefits, yoga will help get rid of breathlessness problems which most of the Covid patients have been facing. Special branch DSP Gangaiah, AR DSP Nanda Kishore and others took part in the programme.
The National Sanskrit University has organised another programme on the occasion in which the Vice-Chancellor Prof V Muralidhara Sharma has also participated. On this occasion, tributes were paid to the statue of Patanjali Maharshi who laid foundation for the science of yoga. In the programme held online thousands of people took part across the globe and practiced yogasanas.
The department of Physical education of Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam (SPMVV) organised a special session on Yoga for one hour on Sunday as part of its 5-day national webinar series held during June 17-21. Addressing the participants in the webinar, the Vice Chancellor Prof D Jamuna described yoga as an art and science for healthy living.
The Yoga association of Chittoor district and Nehru Yuva Kendra have jointly celebrated the Yoga day at Sudhaha little citizens high school. Speaking on the occasion, the general secretary of the association S Sreenivasulu Naidu has said that yoga provides natural power through which several diseases can be cured. Yoga master Kalpa Latha and other members of the association took part.