Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna says, “yogah karmasu kausalam”
Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit & Department of Sanskrit and Prakrit languages will organize an International Conference on February 24 -27, 2016. Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, which was coined in the year 1964 as an independent research-oriented Department in the University of Pune and the Department of Sanskrit and Prakrit languages is a component of University of Pune came into existence in the year 1949.
The topic of the international conference is Science and Arts of Yoga: Theory and Practice. In Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna says, “yogah karmasu kausalam”. It means yoga is a skill in action, It means yoga is a skill in action. Yoga and skill have the same meaning. If you are skilled, it means you have followed the path of yoga in somewhere Yoga is an imperative part of our ancient culture. It gives relief to our mind and body; it is not just an exercise, but it makes us skilful to communicate in any situation, it connects directly human to the world and nature. Yoga is spiritual journey, which packed us with love and an energy, which will never reduce
The International conference will impart a platform to doctors, psychologist, yogic practitioners, teacher of yoga and management expert to come together and share their experience and thoughts on the Science and Arts of Yoga: Theory and Practice.
The presentation in the international conference includes three things:
- Practical or Experimental
Sub-themes of the Yoga
- Different Yoga Traditions
- Jaina theory of Yoga
- Buddhist theory of Yoga
- Advaita Yoga
- Yoga thoughts in early Upanishads
Source: Pawan Kumar Meena, HT Campus News Desk, HT Campus Specialists