CELEBRATION OF 9th INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA IN EASTERN THEATRE

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Lt Gen RP Kalita, Army Commander Eastern Command & Mrs Nisha Kalita, Regional President AWWA, participated in a special Yoga session alongwith 1200 military personnel and families at Fort William, Kolkata.
Lt Gen RP Kalita, Army Commander Eastern Command & Mrs Nisha Kalita, Regional President AWWA, participated in a special Yoga session alongwith 1200 military personnel and families at Fort William, Kolkata.
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CELEBRATION OF 9th INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA IN EASTERN THEATRE

International Day of Yoga is celebrated annually to raise global awareness about the numerous advantages of practicing yoga. The United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga to recognize the holistic benefits of yoga for individuals and societies.

The day was celebrated all across Eastern Command Theatre by conducting Yoga classes as per the laid down “Common Yoga Protocol”. From military stations to border areas in the mountains, soldiers and their families enthusiastically participated in the event. Under the guidance of expert yoga instructors, thousands of soldiers from various units and formations within the Eastern Command Theatre participated in the yoga sessions, demonstrating their dedication to maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle. The yoga events encompassed a diverse range of yoga practices, including asanas, pranayama (breathing exercises), and meditation techniques. These can be practiced even in limited space that is available in mountains and high altitudes.


Lt Gen RP Kalita, Army Commander Eastern Command & Mrs. Nisha Kalita, Regional President AWWA, participated in a special Yoga session along with 1200 military personnel and families at Fort William, Kolkata. The participants were thankful for the experience and affirmed their commitment to making Yoga a part of their lifestyle.

Eastern Command recognizes the transformative power of yoga and its ability to unite individuals in pursuit of inner harmony. By organizing these yoga events, the Indian Army aims to foster a culture of holistic wellness, promoting physical fitness, mental resilience, and overall well-being among its soldiers and the local community. This event not only commemorates International Yoga Day but also highlights the Eastern Command’s commitment to the well-being of its personnel and the larger community.

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