Spreading Yoga for the benefit of all

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The Sansthan has five yoga ashrams in the country in Delhi, Jammu, Ludhiana, Khatauli and Saharanpur while the sixth is under construction in Kurukshetra while yoga centers across the world have crossed 3200.

Bharatiya Yog Sansthan, as the name suggests is an organization focused on the protection and preservation of Indian heritage through Yoga.

Its founding member Late Prakash Lal believed in the power of yoga while drawing inspiration from the principles of Indian culture, ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam’ – Entire Universe Is Our Family – and ‘Loka Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu’, ‘Sarve Bhaventu Sukhina’ – may all be happy, may all being rejoice in joy and happiness.

The institution began from just two centres in Delhi in 1967 and expanded to 2000, not just in India but all over the world in Australia, Fiji, England, China, Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) and Mauritius. Lal believed Yoga has the power to reduce society’s problems and the organization’s aim aligns with these ideals as it focuses on the most burdened and stressed human beings with dual responsibilities of keeping themselves and their families afloat in uncertain times across every section of the society. The classes are run free of cost across the world.

The organisation has its own quarterly magazine, Yog Manjari, which is a quarterly journal containing research and ways to improve lifestyle through diet, daily routine and various different asanas. Dr. Meenu Gupta, the editor of the magazine, came to Pune from Delhi on Wednesday, August 24 and an event was organised to welcome her to the city at Jyotiba Mangal Karyalaya, Kalewadi which was graced by Ashok Baser, Maharashtra region head and other representatives from Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad district.

From Pimple Saudagar, Deepa Chandani (9850124699) and Rashmi Gupta (8600017335) attended the event, being part of the Sansthan for a long time, earlier in Delhi, now in Pune.

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