On the occasion of International Yoga Day, Yoga was exercised by Karyakartas and students of EGF at different EGF centers all over India.
Local people of the villages were also invited to the centers and they were taught different yoga positions they were also made aware of the benefit of yoga in daily life.
In India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the first International Day of Yoga on June 21, 2015. The event also registered two Guinness World Records, one for 35,985 people practicing in a single yoga session at a single venue and the other for most nationalities participating in a yoga lesson.
#करें योग, रहें निरोग
ॐ नमो गंगा यै वि श्वरूपि ण्यै ना रा यण्यै नमो नमः
नमो भगवते दशपा पहरा ये गंगा ये,
ना रा यण्ये रेवत्ये शि वा ये दक्षा ये अमृता ये वि श्वरुपि ण्ये नंदि न्ये ते नमो नम: ।
On the occasion of Ganga Dussehra, all EGF Karyakartas and students worshiped by offering heartfelt prayers to Maa Ganga and seeking her blessings. River cleanliness drives were organized and students were
made aware of the importance of river conservation. celebration was organized pan India at local rivers, lakes, ponds and dams.
Ganga Dussehra falls on the 10th Day (Dashami Tithi) of the Waxing Moon (Shukla Paksha) in the month of Jyeshtha month as per the Hindu calendar.
The festival Ganga Dussehra is dedicated to the Goddess Ganga and it is believed that Ganga descended to Earth on this day. She descended to accomplish her mission to free the cursed souls of Bhagirath’s ancestors.
When Ganga descended to Earth, she also brought the purity of heaven to Earth.
Save water before its too late!
“The Earth is what we all have in common.”
WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
ON THE OCCASION OF WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY TREE PLANTATION DRIVE WAS ORGANIZED AT ALL THE EGF’S PROJECTS PAN INDIA.
AWARENESS MARCHES REGARDING ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AND CHEMICAL-FREE SOIL WERE ALSO ORGANIZED BY EGF VOLUNTEERS AND STUDENTS OF DIFFERENT TRAINING PROGRAMS.
The focus for World Environment Day 2022 was Ecosystem Restoration celebrated under the theme “नदी बचाओ पानी बचाओ”. Humanity has been exploiting and destroying the planet’s ecosystems for too long. Every three seconds, the world loses enough forest to cover a football pitch and, over the last century, half of all wetlands have been destroyed. As much as 50 percent of coral reefs have already been lost and up to 90 percent could be lost by 2050, even if global warming is limited to an increase of 1.5°C.