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The aim of the Swami Gitananda Best Youth and Child Awards Competition is to stimulate the youth of India to take up the study of the wholistic concept of Yoga. This ensures their present and future health, happiness and well being, and enables them to avoid the pitfalls of modern living, that is, various bad habits like drug addiction and alcoholism etc.

Furthermore, the Project aims to educate the public as to the true meaning of Yoga. In modern times, most equate Yoga with the term "Asana", and believe Yoga only to be a good exercise to lose weight, cure illness or prevent illness. In fact, Yoga is an ancient science and art developed by our Rishis, which cultivates an entire life style, a wholistic way of living. Classical Yoga includes a Cosmic World View, a life-affirming philosophy, a practical and valuable set of moral and ethical principles, deep understanding of the Karmic law, intellectual exercises, emotional cleansers, body purifiers, nerve strengtheners and gland stimulators.

It is to promote the concept of Classical Yoga, that the Swami Gitananda Best Youth and Child Awards Competition has been envisioned. True Yoga knows no religion. It is not a cult, or a sect. It is not exclusive, but rather inclusive. It is not introverted to the individual personality but rather extroverted to the universe. Thus, it may be practised by anyone who has a sincere desire to understand his or her purpose in life and who wishes to live a happy, healthy, meaningful and productive life.

This Competition was designed to stimulate, foster and test various Yogic traits of personality, including :
• Discipline of body, emotions and mind
• Clear strong intelligence
• Ability to communicate orally and in written form
• Development of presentable personality
• Knowledge of Yogic philosophy and theory
• Skill in Yogic Practices such as Asanas and Pranayamas
• Skill in arts which are complementary to Yoga
• Quick thinking, on-the-spot, alert consciousness
• Calmness of mind. Self control under all circumstances (Sthitha Pragna).

The Swami Gitananda Best Youth and child Awards are named after the illustrious Guru Yogamaharishi Dr. Swami Gitananda Giri, who was considered one of the five leading authorities of Ashtanga Yoga, or Classical Yoga, in the twentieth century.
We bow our heads to this great Guru and all the Great Gurus and Rishis of our Indian culture, who have shown us this wonderful spiritual path which truly leads us
"from untruth to Truth, from darkness to Light and from death to Immortality".

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  2. 2. 4.00 pm : 4.15 pm : 4.30 pm : Lighting of the Inaugural Lamp by Kalaimamani Yogacharini, Yogamani Hon. President : Pondicherry Yogasana Association. Welcome Address and Annual Report by Yogacharya Hon. General Secretary: Pondicherry Yogasana Association. Welcome and Honouring of Dignitaries and Eminent Guests Smt. Meenakshi Devi Bhavanani Dr. Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani, PROGRAMME ON 31 MAY ST 2015, SUNDAY - 4.00 P.M. SWAMI GITANANDA BEST YOUTH AND CHILD AWARDS & VALEDICTORY FUNCTION OF YOGNAT'S SUMMER YOGA AND DANCE INTENSIVE MAY 2015 5.10 pm : 6.15 pm : 7.00 pm : c c c c c c c Cultural Programme : Students of Yoganjali Natyalayam Vote of Thanks by Yogachemmal, Yoga Jyothi Thiru Treasurer, PYA Muthamizhmamani Kalaimamani Pulavar Eminent Tamil Scholar and Director Valluvar Villisai Kuzhu Eminent Social Activist Sri. Vice President, PYA Distribution of Prizes and Felicitation by the Dignitaries Thiru. Pondicherry Government Whip, M.L.A., Orleanpet Constituency Director, Jothi Eye Care Hospital Smt. Po.Thi.Pa Trust Avl.,G. NEHRU @ KUPPUSAMY, Thilagavathy Santhaseelan, I Pattabiramane, Dr N Ardhanari, Dr Vanaja Vaithiyanathan, C.K. Manoharan, C. Shanmugam,
  3. 3. 16th Pondicherry Yogasana Association Swami Gitananda Yoganjali Natyalayam No.25, 2nd Cross, Iyyanar Nagar, Puducherry - 605 013. Ph : 0413-2241561 Mr/Mrs. Book-Post Best Youth and Child Awards and the Valedictory Function of Yognat's Summer Yoga and Dance Intensive May 2015 at ON 31 MAY 2015, SUNDAY - FROM 4.00 P.M.ST
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Swami Gitananda Best Youth & Child Awards 2015 The aim of the Swami Gitananda Best Youth and Child Awards Competition is to stimulate the youth of India to take up the study of the wholistic concept of Yoga. This ensures their present and future health, happiness and well being, and enables them to avoid the pitfalls of modern living, that is, various bad habits like drug addiction and alcoholism etc. Furthermore, the Project aims to educate the public as to the true meaning of Yoga. In modern times, most equate Yoga with the term "Asana", and believe Yoga only to be a good exercise to lose weight, cure illness or prevent illness. In fact, Yoga is an ancient science and art developed by our Rishis, which cultivates an entire life style, a wholistic way of living. Classical Yoga includes a Cosmic World View, a life-affirming philosophy, a practical and valuable set of moral and ethical principles, deep understanding of the Karmic law, intellectual exercises, emotional cleansers, body purifiers, nerve strengtheners and gland stimulators. It is to promote the concept of Classical Yoga, that the Swami Gitananda Best Youth and Child Awards Competition has been envisioned. True Yoga knows no religion. It is not a cult, or a sect. It is not exclusive, but rather inclusive. It is not introverted to the individual personality but rather extroverted to the universe. Thus, it may be practised by anyone who has a sincere desire to understand his or her purpose in life and who wishes to live a happy, healthy, meaningful and productive life. This Competition was designed to stimulate, foster and test various Yogic traits of personality, including : • Discipline of body, emotions and mind • Clear strong intelligence • Ability to communicate orally and in written form • Development of presentable personality • Knowledge of Yogic philosophy and theory • Skill in Yogic Practices such as Asanas and Pranayamas • Skill in arts which are complementary to Yoga • Quick thinking, on-the-spot, alert consciousness • Calmness of mind. Self control under all circumstances (Sthitha Pragna). The Swami Gitananda Best Youth and child Awards are named after the illustrious Guru Yogamaharishi Dr. Swami Gitananda Giri, who was considered one of the five leading authorities of Ashtanga Yoga, or Classical Yoga, in the twentieth century. We bow our heads to this great Guru and all the Great Gurus and Rishis of our Indian culture, who have shown us this wonderful spiritual path which truly leads us "from untruth to Truth, from darkness to Light and from death to Immortality".

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