Diverse Voices Unite for International Yoga Day in Fame Finders Media’s Special Edition

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In celebration of International Yoga Day, Fame Finders Media is thrilled to announce the release of a unique compilation of articles penned by diverse professionals, offering a rich tapestry of personal insights and perspectives on the transformative practice of yoga.

This special edition brings together voices from various walks of life, including renowned yoga instructors, wellness coaches, medical professionals, and everyday practitioners. Each contributor shares their unique journey with yoga, exploring its profound impact on their physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Prof. Dr. Divya Tanwar

Introducing Dr. Divya Tanwar, an extraordinary academic luminary and cyber security expert who has carved an illustrious path in the realms of education and social service. With a distinguished tenure as the former Director of Sanskriti University and her current role as a Professor (Adj) at Somaiya Vihar University in Mumbai, Dr. Tanwar radiates expertise honed through years of teaching computer science to BCA & MCA students.

With a PhD in Computer Science, complemented by M Phil, MCA & MBA degrees, Dr. Tanwar’s academic brilliance is matched only by her fervent dedication to empowering the underprivileged.

On this International Yoga Day, she writes,

Celebrate International Yoga Day 2024: Embrace Wellness

On June 21, 2024, the world celebrates International Yoga Day, a global event promoting physical and mental well-being. Originating from ancient India, yoga harmonizes body, mind, and spirit through practices like asanas, meditation, and pranayama.

This year’s theme, “Yoga for Harmony and Peace,” emphasizes unity and tranquility in our fast-paced lives. Join millions worldwide in virtual and local events, embracing yoga’s transformative power. Whether a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, take a moment to connect with yourself and the global community through the timeless practice of yoga. Namaste!

Dr. Smita Ghosh

Yoga Day represents more than poses and exercises; it’s a profound journey of self-awareness, thought leadership, and emotional intelligence for me. Through regular practice, yoga has become a cornerstone of my life, guiding me to understand myself deeply and fostering personal growth and resilience.

It encourages introspection, offering new perspectives that help me lead with authenticity and vision. Emotionally, yoga has been transformative, teaching me to manage emotions effectively and cultivate empathy, strengthen relationships, and navigate challenges with calm and wisdom. Yoga is a profound tool for holistic well-being and personal development, enhancing self-awareness and fostering emotional intelligence.

The writer of this article, Dr. Smita Ghosh is a luminary in psychology and shines a light on the intricacies of the human mind with her fervor and expertise. Her journey, spanning from academia to impactful practice, is a testament to her unwavering dedication and commitment to service. As a consultant for CSR Programs at CSRBOX, she journeys to villages, imparting vital life skills at the grassroots level, instilling hope, and driving change.

Praveen Maurya

The I-Help Foundation Goa celebrated International Yoga Day with a successful event that united the community in embracing yoga’s holistic benefits. Led by experienced instructors, participants of all ages enjoyed sessions encompassing asanas, pranayama, and meditation. Cultural performances highlighted yoga’s traditional roots and its role in fostering physical and mental health.

The event promoted healthier lifestyles and raised awareness about yoga’s stress-reducing and flexibility-enhancing benefits. It underscored yoga’s cultural heritage and global impact, welcoming individuals from diverse backgrounds. By showcasing yoga’s adaptability and inclusivity, the event encouraged broader adoption of yoga for overall well-being and cultural appreciation, fostering unity and positive change.

The writer of this article, Mr. Praveen has founded I-Help Foundation Goa, with the Vision of creating a Self-Reliant Society Powered by Selfless Individuals. The foundation is a registered non-governmental organization and one of the actively involved Youth Volunteering organizations working in the Social Field for the Upliftment of underprivileged people across Goa.

Charu Khanna

A strong lady with convection to guide the world on saving water and the damages of what plastic does to our environment. A Vastu specialist and Numerologist by profession. She has shared her thoughts on International yoga day

Yoga is an ancient practice originating in India, aimed at achieving physical, mental, and spiritual unity. The term ‘yoga’ comes from Sanskrit, meaning ‘to unite,’ symbolizing the harmony between the body and consciousness. Shiva, or Adiyogi, is considered the creator of Yoga, which was disseminated by the Saptarishis, his seven disciples. The ancient Yoga Sutra, a 2000-year-old text, outlines yogic philosophy and techniques for mental and spiritual control.

Yoga encompasses six branches: Hatha, Raja, Karma, Bhakti, Jnana, and Tantra, and identifies seven chakras. It includes 13 types, such as Kundalini, Vinyasa, and Hatha Yoga. Celebrated globally, the International Day of Yoga on June 21, recognized by the UN in 2014, highlights Yoga’s holistic health benefits. This year’s theme, “Yoga for Self and Society,” underscores Yoga’s transformative impact on individual well-being and communal harmony.

Dr. Omkar Prasad Baidya

International Yoga Day on June 21, 2024, highlights the benefits of yoga and meditation. Regular yoga practice, including pranayama and asanas, enhances respiratory health, preventing and managing COPD, asthma, and improving lung function. It controls high blood pressure, prevents heart diseases, and manages diabetes. Yoga supports mental health, preventing mood disorders, anxiety, and depression.

It strengthens bones and muscles, improves joint flexibility, and prevents osteoporosis and arthritis. Additionally, yoga boosts cardiovascular health and immunity. Meditation enhances brain function, memory, and concentration, and alleviates stress. As spiritual practices, yoga and meditation promote inner peace, connecting individuals to their higher selves and fostering global harmony.

The writer of this article, Dr. Omkar Prasad Baidya born on 1984, in Agartala, Tripura, India, is a distinguished figure renowned for his multifaceted contributions as an author, educationist, physician, and philosopher. Serving as a faculty member for Physiology at a Medical Institute in Patna,

 Dr. Baidya has established himself as an expert in both healthcare and education.

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