Yoga science camp concludes in Nepal

21:08, April 01, 2010      

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A six-day yoga science camp concluded in Nepali capital Kathmandu on Thursday.

The yoga camp, organized by the Patanjali Yoga Peeth Nepal and instructed by yoga guru Swami Ram dev, attracted 35,000 participants including Prime Minister Madav Kumar Nepals.

"Yoga has been in practice as an important human science to live a healthy life by all kinds of people across the world," President Ram Baran Yadav said at the opening ceremony of the camp last Saturday.

Swami Ram Dev highlighted the need of the importance of yoga in daily life.

"We have to make it our daily habit, if we are healthy the nation is healthy," he said.

Talking to Xinhua, Laxmi Shrestha, a housewife from Kathmandu said, "I have sickness related to nervous system and yoga helped me a lot. That is why I came here waking in the early morning".

Jyoti Chandra Chaurasiya, a student who took part in the camp, told Xinhua that he came there for maintaining physical and mental balance.

This is the second yoga camp by yoga guru Swami Ram dev in the Kathmandu.



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