November 2, 2018
Mansi Gulati, the very famous yoga exponent and author launched her book, "Yoga and Mindfulness" yesterday. The launch of the book was done by Honorable Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu amidst the presence of dignitaries like Dr. Sonal Mansingh, Hon’ble Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha and Shri Manoj Tewari, Hon’ble Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha at Sardar Vallabhhai Patel Conference Hall, Vice President’s House.
Mansi Gulati with Vice President of India, Shri M Venkaiah Naidu and Manoj Tewari
Mansi Gulati addressed the audience and quoted about the benefits of yoga. She said her book 'Yoga and Mindfulness' is the most simple study, which revolves around the fact that Yoga, is not mere Asanas, anything you do with mindfulness and dedication is Yoga. This book aids in making yoga a part of daily life. It explored the linkage between physical exercises and mindfulness. Written in lucid manner, the book helps in understanding the philosophy behind yoga and also illustrates with the aid of pictures how the various Asanas are executed. The benefits of every Asana is also listed.
Mansi Gulati & Manoj Tewari
Vice President of India, Shri M Venkaiah Naidu has advised the youth to shun sedentary lifestyle, junk food and stay healthy and also called up on people to make Yoga an integral part of their daily routine to combat lifestyle diseases which have acquired menacing proportions. He stressed that Yoga would help in combating severe stress, lifestyle diseases and helps the overall well-being of an individual. On congratulating author Mansi Gulati, he further added “I am delighted to release the book, 'Yoga and Mindfulness’, which provides a broad and comprehensive overview of Yoga and its benefits. This book by Ms. Mansi Gulati, a well-known Yoga exponent, will further enrich the enormous literature and body of work on Yoga. Written in simple language and from a user’s perspective, the book will come in handy for beginners as well as regular yoga practitioners. I would like to compliment Mansi for her untiring efforts to popularize yoga."