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RU celebrates 10th Int’l Yoga Day

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RU celebrates 10th Int’l Yoga Day

RU celebrates 10th Int’l Yoga Day

The 10th International Day of Yoga (IDY)-2024 was celebrated in Rajshahi University (RU) on Friday with a large number of people of different ages practising yoga together.

Marking the day, the Assistant High Commission of India in Rajshahi and Indian Council for Cultural Relations jointly organised a session of Common Yoga Protocol at RU Gymnasium in association with RU.
This year marks the 10th International Day of Yoga with the theme “Yoga for Self and Society.” Yoga, a transformative practice, represents the harmony of mind and body, the balance between thought and action, and the unity of restraint and fulfilment.

Prof Shafqur Rahman, MP, Indian Assistant High Commissioner Monj Kumar, RU Vice-chancellor Prof Golam Sabbir Sattar, Pro-vice-chancellor Prof Sultan-Ul-Islam and Students Adviser Prof Jahangir Alam, among others, were present at the session.

Disseminating his expertise on the issue Prof Golam Sabbir Sattar, who conducted the yoga session, said regular yoga practice is very important for both physical and mental happiness coupled with generating self-confidence and courage in human beings.

Yoga can also bring joy and peace in body and mind and its practice is very much significant to keep the body disease-free and workable.
He told the large gathering that yoga plays an important role towards maintaining connection between body and mind.

Regular yoga practice reduces many physical disorders like high blood pressure, lever problem, constipation, skin disease, obesity, arthritis, asthma, diabetes and migraine.
In his remarks, Assistant High Commissioner Monj Kumar said yoga practice is a complete exercise method for human beings. It acts as a bigger antibiotic to protect the body from various diseases. Many of the physicians are now seen saying about exercise for physical fitness.

According to the present medical science, only medicines cannot be the means of sound health.

He, however, put emphasis on enhancing the requisite facilities for yoga practice together with generating public awareness in this regard.


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