Patanjali Yoga Peeth phase II inaugurated

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Swami RamdevHaridwar: Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev on Friday added another milestone in efforts to spread the Yoga and Ayurveda across the world with the inauguration of Patanjali Yog Peeth II phase here.

Mother of Baba Ramdev, Gulab Devi, and mother of Acharya Balkrishna Sumitra Devi inaugurated the Yogpeeth and blessed the duo for their success.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Managing worker of Sahara India Pariwar Shri OP Srivastava emphasized on spreading yoga,while industrialist Rahul Bajaj expressed his anger over current political scenario. Baba Ramdev wants India to emerge as the Yoga Guru of the World.

The inauguration ceremony was held with former RSS Chief K C Sudershan, Rahul Bajaj(Bajaj Group), Mr Karsanbhai Patel (Nirma Group), Mr Anil Agrawal (Vedanta Group), Mr Subhash Chandra(Zee Group), Mr Brijmohan Munjal (Hero Honda Group), Mr R S Goenka (Emami Group) Mr OP Shrivastava (Sahara Group), Mr P D Lakhani etc as the distinguished invited guests.

The Patanjali Yog Peeth is an ambitious project with a yoga university, a naturopathy department which can handle 1,000 patients at a time, a residential complex for patients, a hall for 5,000 people to practise yoga and the world’s largest hospital ward to treat 5,000 patients a day.

Sharmaji is deeply involved with Ayurveda since 15 years. His interest and passion led him to launch AyurvedNews.com and AyurShop.in about a decade ago. Most of the Ayurveda news and articles on this site are approved or published by him.

Sharmaji

Sharmaji is deeply involved with Ayurveda since 15 years. His interest and passion led him to launch AyurvedNews.com and AyurShop.in about a decade ago. Most of the Ayurveda news and articles on this site are approved or published by him.

One thought on “Patanjali Yoga Peeth phase II inaugurated

  • May 28, 2009 at 5:02 am
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    can you please send me the brochoure of ‘ Patanjali Yog Peeth II phase ‘

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