Dimapur, August 27: With the sponsorship of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research, the Department of Philosophy, St Joseph University conducted a national seminar on the topic on “Yoga for health, happiness and harmony”.
Dr Imkumnaro Walling, Head Department of Philosophy emphasized on the need to cultivate the habit of happiness for health and harmony. Dr J Robert Edwin Chester, Registrar of St. Joseph University, delivered the inaugural address by emphasizing the importance of yoga for three HHH (Health, Happiness and Harmony) in our daily life.
Dr Pabitra Kumar Subudhi, Reader and Head in the Department of Economics Neelamadhab Mahavidyalay, Odisha explored the importance of yoga in daily life and its relevance to health, happiness and harmony. He focused on what is yoga, the reason for yoga, the main goals of yoga, self-realization through yoga, how yoga achieves holistic health and the benefits of yoga.”
Dr Ananya Barua, Department of Philosophy, Hindu College, University Of Delhi dealt on Flute to Mute: A sacred journey on application of Svadhyaya of a Yogic’s Calling. She mainly focused on Shankar Dev, the 15th century philosopher. She ended her presentation by thanking everyone in Nagamese.
Fr. Rajeesh Devasia, scholar from the Department of Philosophy, St. Joseph University, enlightened on the practice of yoga for health and harmony in the modern world: a special reference to Nagaland.
Fr. GM Albert MMI, scholar, Department of Philosophy, St. Joseph University, Dimapur, thanked everyone who participated the webinar. (Page News Service)