More than 8,700 people joined together to commemorate the 9th International Day of Yoga at Hari Krishna Exports, a renowned diamond producer in India. In Surat and Jio Garden in BKC Mumbai, this spectacular event was attended and participated in with tremendous fervour.
On the International Day of Yoga, Surat broke a world record with the active involvement of more than 1,50,000 people. The Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel, the Home Minister Shri Harsh Sanghvi, the President of the BJP in Gujarat and Member of Parliament Shri C.R. Paatil, and other esteemed ministers actively participated in the event, which was expertly coordinated and oversaw by the Surat Municipal Corporation.
Both the Seepz unit and the Head Office actively participated in the event, which was held at Jio Garden in Mumbai. 1,400 participants from the Seepz unit and 350 from the Mumbai head office participated in the event with enthusiasm.
The event demonstrated the importance of staff health and wellbeing to the organisation. Everyone who attended, including numerous members and well-wishers from the diamond industry, found it to be an amazing event.
The yoga exercises began with pranayama, a breathing technique, then included a series of asanas intended to encourage both physical and emotional recovery.
The United Nations created the International Day of Yoga, which is observed every year on June 21, to promote holistic health and highlight the transforming nature of yoga. Yoga, which originates from ancient India, mixes physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation to support mental and physical balance.
The International Day of Yoga serves as a reminder to people and groups all around the world to embrace the practice and enjoy its numerous advantages. This year’s International Day of Yoga had the subject “Yoga for Humanity” to reflect how the world is now dealing with the negative effects of the pandemic.
By actively participating in the International Day of Yoga, Hari Krishna Exports not only supports the goal of bringing people from different countries together, but also embraces the government of India’s purpose to promote world peace via yoga. They are dedicated to supporting this global movement that uses yoga to promote peace and well-being.
Yoga and Workplace Well-Being:
Yoga and mindfulness are regularly included into the workplace at Hari Krishna Exports to promote a healthy environment. Yoga promotes stress reduction, higher wellbeing, and increased flexibility and strength. The organization prioritizes the physical and mental wellbeing of its cherished employees by including yoga into its workplace culture.
“I believe in the transformative power of yoga to bring about physical, mental, and spiritual well-being,” said Savji Dholakiya, the founder of Hari Krishna Exports. By participating in this international event, we hope to support the admirable goal of using yoga to bring people from different countries together and foster peace in the globe. We consider it an honour to be a significant part of this movement and to fully support the Government of India in its efforts to spread the message of unity and wellness through Yoga.
Hari Krishna Exports Pvt. Ltd.‘s founder and managing director, Ghanshyam Dholakia, stated: “We consider it a privilege to participate in the International Day of Yoga. Our commitment to this event stems from our steadfast confidence in yoga’s capacity to promote harmony and improve general wellbeing. We genuinely value our participation in this global movement and our support of international programmes that promote yoga. By actively participating, we hope to encourage people to learn about yoga’s transformational powers and to make a positive impact on a healthier and more tranquil world.
Hari Krishna Exports expressed tremendous honour to be a part of this occasion with eminent guests on behalf of all its employees. Famous people like the Mayor of Surat, Smt. Hemali Boghawala, the Deputy Mayor, Shri Dineshbhai Vaghjibhai Jodhani, the Principal Secretary of Sports, Youth & Cultural Activities, Shri Ashwini Kumar, the Collector, Shri Aayush Sanjeev Oak, the Commissioner of Surat Municipal Corporation, Smt. Shalini Agarwal, and the Police Commissioner, Shri Ajay Kumar Tomar, attended the event.
All attendees adopted the fundamentals of yoga, relaxation, and self-care, incorporating them into their inner selves after this revitalizing and successful programme. The business promised to create a harmonious environment that nurtures workers’ brains, bodies, and spirits in order to wrap up.
“May Yoga bring complete well-being and happiness to life”