Tagged: Yoga



A series of lectures on Healthy Emotions by Dr. Prem Masand, Joint Secretary, Medical Wing is being organized by BK US


International Day of Yoga – a Cordial Invitation

The 21st June, which is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, known as the Summer Solstice, marks the transition from Uttarayana to Dakshinayana.  Uttarayana, which begins on the shortest day, the Winter Solstice, marks the turning of the sun back...


Yogic Practices

Yogic practices have been practiced for thousand of years mainly for the sake of the final goal of liberation from the cycle of re-birth and the pain associated with it. These practices were intended to influence the mind more than the...


Salient Features of Yoga

1.Yoga a universal practical discipline Yoga is universal in character for practice and application irrespective of culture, nationality, race, caste, creed, sex, age and physical condition. Neither by reading the texts nor by wearing the garb of an ascetic, one can...


Types of Yoga

Japa Yoga To concentrate one’s mind on divine name or holy syllable, mantra etc. like ‘OM’, ‘Rama’, ‘Allah’, ‘God’, ‘Vahe Guru’ etc. through repeated recitation or remembrance. Karma Yoga Teaches us to perform all actions without having any desire for their...