Day: June 21, 2021

Yoga Day

Human beings are made up of three components which are the intellect, body, and soul. Essentially, in order to fulfill the requirements of these three, we require information, wellbeing, and inward peace respectively. As we know, wellbeing may be a physical requirement while information is a mental requirement of our […]

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YOGA IS IMPORTANT FOR SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT

What is yoga?YOGA: a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practiced for health and relaxation. Why is 21st June celebrated as Yoga Day?21st June every year is the longest day in the northern […]

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SELF-CARE

Self-care is the practice of taking care of our mental, emotional and, physical health. We must take care of ourselves and our well-being. We often don’t give time to ourselves because we are too busy or are occupied with technology. People who prioritise self-care practices in their lives are often […]

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How Yoga Day came into existence?

International Day of Yoga is observed globally, to highlight the importance of yoga in the contemporary era, every year on June 21 Back in December 2014, India’s Permanent Representative Ashok Mukherjee introduced the draft resolution regarding the same in the United General Assembly. The draft received tremendous support from the […]

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International Yoga Day

Since 2015, every year on 21st June Yoga Day has been celebrated, after it gained recognition in 2014, by the United Nations General Assembly. The idea of celebrating Yoda Day internationally and the date of 21st June was suggested by Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi on 27th September 2014, in […]

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YOGA: FOR A HEALTHY BODY AND A CALM MIND

On this day seven years ago, the United Nations on 11th December 2014 announced 21st June as the international yoga day. The aim behind it was to “globally raise awareness regarding the benefits of practicing yoga”. Yoga, in the words of late practitioner B.K.S Iyengar is a way of maintaining […]

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DRAUPADI : BOOK REVIEW

Set in the late 1960s and early 1970s, against the backdrop of the dense forests of Jharkhand and Bengal where a large tribal population is present, the story is an account of the harrowing experiences of Dopdi Mejhen, while she was in police custody for inciting a tribal uprising and […]

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Income Inequality in India

Income inequality refers to the unevenness in the distribution of income throughout the population. In India, income inequality has emerged as one of the major economic problem and is increasing. According to World Inequality Report 2018, inequality in India has increased substantially from the 1980s onwards. The top 0.1 per […]

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Mare of Easttown :Kate Winslet on fire

It was a character study, of how a woman ground down by life after the loss of a son to drugs and suicide, the consequent divorce from her husband and raising of her grandson in the face of a custody battle with his mother (her son’s former girlfriend, rehabbed but […]

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SERVANT- HORROR AND THRILLER AT IT’S BEST

There’s much to admire in “Servant” — for instance, the show’s painterly compositions, if at times underlit, isolate Free’s character in the far background, as if to say that her soft-spoken, perhaps malignant caretaker character has the ability to literally blend into the background. Ambrose, a welcome presence underseen on […]

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