Saturday, 24 July 2021

Guru Purnima Celebration 2021



Guru Purnima was celebrated by Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Dibrugarh. A talk session was organised with respected Ma. Radha Devi, Life Worker, Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari on the occasion where 100 number of teachers and parents attended the program on Webex.

Monday, 21 June 2021

International Day of Yoga, 2021

The International Day of Yoga has been celebrated annually in VKV Dibrugarh. This is the second consecutive year that this day is celebrated digitally. About 40 participants (teachers and students) gathered in the vidyalaya premises to conduct the programme. 

 

A series of asanas, surya namaskar, kriya and pranayam was led by our teachers Sri Biren Saikia and Smt. Nanda Sahu. This was followed by a Yoga Geet by 3 students namely, Trishna Dutta, Annesha Das and Apsara Paul.

Principal, Sri Ravindranath D. Savdeykar addressed the crowd with a welcome speech. He said that Yoga is India’s precious gift to the world and that it is one aspect with which one can enhance one’s scope of progress. Yoga is a part of us and we at Vivekananda Kendra live by it and this was communicated through a 10-day yoga satra which was conducted virtually from our vidyalaya as run-up preceding this notable event in which over 80 participants joined each day. 4 Bouddhik Satra was held on alternate days. The satras were conducted by Su. Meera Didi, Assam Pranth Sanghatak, VK Kanyakumari, Sri Neeldeep Chakraborty, Teacher, VKV Laipuli, Tinsukia, Sri Santanu Deb, Nagar Pramukh, VK Dibrugarh and Sri Pawan Kumar Rai, TGT, AFS KV Mohanbari. Daily after the yoga demonstration, the guests explained the different parts of Ashtanga Yoga - yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, dharna, dhyana, samadhi. Samapan Satra of the 10-day satra was held on 20th June, 2021 and our guest was Dr. Saumitra Pujari Sir, Saha Prant Pramukh, Assam Pranth, Vivekananda Kendra and he also addressed the students and parents.Students, well-wisher and parents shared their experience of the 10-day satra.

 

Principal sir also emphasized that Yoga is not just a form of physical exercise, it’s a way of life and by walking on this path one can reach moksh (spiritual liberation) through Karma Yoga.