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Project

Baden Powell Challenge, Messengers of Peace (INDIA).

21st Feb 2013

1). Yoga Awareness Campaign
Yoga was propounded by the ancient Indian sage Patanjali and is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Yog' which means 'union,' presumably union with the divine being or God. It is a secular and scientific methodology to experience the integration of the body-mind-soul.
Yoga is a commonly known generic term for physical,mental and& spiritual disciplines which originated in ancient India Specifically, yoga is one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophy. One of the most detailed and thorough expositions on the subject are the yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Various traditions of yoga are found in Hinduism Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.
Most yoga classes focus on learning physical poses, which are called asanas. They also usually include some form of breathing technique and possibly a meditation technique as well. Some yoga classes are designed purely for relaxation. But there are styles of yoga that teach you how to move your body in new ways. Choosing one of these styles offers the greatest health benefits by enabling you to develop your flexibility, strength, and balance.
Common Features :
Asanas
Asanas are the various Yogic postures that are to be performed to keep the body healthy and fit.
Pranayama
Pranayama is one aspect of Yoga in which the management of the breath is covered.

2 ). Traffic Control Programme
Helping Solving Problem in Traffic Jams.

3). Help Elderly People
Help While Road Crossing.
I provide Psychological and Emotional support.