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While Yoga was acknowledged on the international forum only this year with the UN observing June 21 as international Yoga day, thanks to our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, it has been said yoga has been in existence for more than 5000 years. The techniques and various asanas promote peace, tranquillity and helps in exploring “the self”, which gets subsided in our day-to-day life.
Varuna Khullar, a young yoga teacher, has been associated with Deepalaya for the last 7 years
With the onset of ten-day long celebrations in Kerala, staff at Deepalaya head office decided to celebrate Onam on 27th August. It was decided to cook the Onam feast in the kitchen area by purchasing vegetables and other ingredients from the market. Woman employees volunteered to cut vegetables while Mr. Johnson and Ms. Lizy decided to cook. Dressed in Kerala Sarees, the women staff reached the office half an hour early to prepare the feast. Though the festival was celebrated last year too, it was entirely a new experience for the new joinees, who were alien to the South Indian Culture.
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