New Delhi: The most exclusive and the only one of its kind National level Yogshala Expo, the 5th edition was inaugurated by renowned international media person Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor AAFT University of Media and Arts at Pragati Maidan with great pomp and show.
Not everyone has thought of promoting and high lighting Yoga, Ayurveda and Naturopathy at the same time at this scale the way Namo Gange Trust has planned its fifth edition even when people are reluctant to move out. It is the need of the day,” said Sandeep Marwah explaining benefits of Yoga, Naturopathy and Ayurveda.
“We have been in yoga for almost twenty-eight years and have trained more than ten thousand youngsters in yoga hailing from more than hundred countries of the World. We have been celebrating yoga day on 21st June from last twenty-eight years at Noida Film City,” added Marwah appreciating the efforts of Vijay Sharma the founder of Namo Gange and Yogshala.
Present on the occasion Member Parliament from Orissa Basanta Kumar Panda shared his vast experience and ask the audience to be aware of the forth coming situation of Pandemic. He asked people to make Yoga as their habit.
Later Meenakshi Lekhi Union Minister of State for External Affairs & Culture Government of India inaugurated the expo with 100 participants from all over India to showcase their product and services. An art competition was also organized on the same day.
The aim of Expo is to provide an excellent opportunity in the field of Indian paramedical system to assess opinions from clients and determine market potential, research and evaluate competition, develop commercial structures by identifying new agents and distributors & initiating joint ventures.