2000 students of Delhi Public School Nadergul, Nacharam and Mahendra Hills, hit a milestone on International Yoga Day and entered in Asia Book of Records for successful attempt by performing Vakrasana (Twisted pose) for three minutes by 2000 students on online platform to celebrate the International Yoga Day – Yoga for well-being. The certificate and award was presented by Dr D Vasudha Rani, the adjudicator from Asia book of records, online to Malka Komaraiah, Chairman, Sunitha Rao, Principal DPS Nacharam and Mahendra Hills, and Jyothi Turaga, Principal DPS Nadergul.
Vasuda Rani declared the record for all the three schools, DPS Nacharam, Nadergul and Mahendra Hills and presented the Asia Book of Records certificate. Throughout the event, the excitement was palpable on screen.
The event started with the traditional lamp lighting ceremony. This was followed by welcoming of dignitaries – Shri Venkateshwar Reddy, Chairman, Sports Authority of Telangana, Master Yashwanth Reddy, India’s Youngest Yoga Champion, among other galaxy of dignitaries. Master Yashwant entrapped the audience with his skills when he beautifully moved from one asana to another and his awe-inspiring feat was an inspiration for others to emulate.
The DPS fraternity added its own unique touch to yoga by incorporating the theme of Yoga-metry – a balance of geometry, assimilated into the balance of human body. Truly, out of the box the concept resonated with young Yogis exemplifying the perfect blend of yoga and geometry. Thought provoking messages by Sunitha Rao and Jyothi Turaga inspired and provided vision to the young yogis. The yoga protocol given by the Ministry of Ayush, Government of India, was performed by the yoga teachers of all the three schools. The event culminated with a recitation of Shanti Path.
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