7th International Day of Yoga brought alive at the historic Aga Khan Palace and Kanheri Caves by small groups of 20 yoga enthusiasts

GG News Bureau
New Delhi, 21st June . The 7th International Yoga Day was celebrated at the historic Aga Khan Palace in Pune and Kanheri Caves in Mumbai. These sites are centrally protected monuments of National Importance under the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). These are under the jurisdiction of ASI, Mumbai Circle.
On the occasion, twenty participants performed yoga asanas at the Aga Khan Palace in the presence of Dr Milan Kumar Chauley, Superintending Archaeologist, Aurangabad Circle with an additional charge of ASI Mumbai Circle. The participants in the 45-minute yoga session included ASI officials and staff members who performed meditative yoga under the guidance of an instructor. Subsequently, a Cultural Show was organized by Nagpur-headquartered South Central Zone Cultural Centre, which included the Lazim dance performed by Pravin Bhatt and the Lazim Group from Pune. and a martial art called ‘Shivkalin Yuddha Kala’ performed by AKKI Martial Group from Pune.

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