YUVA in affiliation with Bharat Swabhiman and Patanjali organized a yoga Workshop on the occasion of International Yoga Day at Mahalaxmi Temple Hall, Panaji.
The program was attended with the aid of extra than 60 humans throughout the city. A chief visitor at the inaugural characteristic was president of Mahalaxmi Temple, Panaji, Yogish Dempo. Also present have been president of Bharat Swabhiman, Goa, Kamlesh Bandekar; founding father of YUVA, Raghuvir Mahale; YUVA marketing consultant, Amey Naik Panvelkar; YUVA secretary, Akhil Prabhu Verlekar and YUVA treasurer, Shashank Sukhthankar.
Mahale welcomed the gathering and added the visitors of the characteristic. Bandekar addressed the gathering about the program and joint initiative of Bharat Swabhiman and YUVA to have a good time 5th International Yoga Day. Dempo appreciated group YUVA for his or her dedication in establishing a workshop to have fun Yoga Day and promote the practice of yoga. He advised the teenagers to take it up and unfold consciousness among other humans.
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