India’s new ambassador at the forefront of another International Day of Yoga

Pooja Kapur oversaw a stunning celebration in the sunshine on the weekend of June 19-20 that involved participation in six Danish cities

The Indian Embassy was again at the forefront of another stunning International Day of Yoga celebration across Denmark from June 19-20 

Like with the previous six events, the action was not restricted to Copenhagen and also involved gatherings in Odense, Aalborg, Aarhus, Fanø and Sønderborg – and there was even a flash mob event in Nyhavn

 

Indian ambassador Pooja Kapur (left) was joined by hundreds for a weekend of fitness, presentations and speeches

 

Unblocking your nose to enable the easy passage of your ‘Ida’ and ‘Pingala’, the flow of air through your nostrils, is crucial to effective yoga (left). And the proof was evident at the end

 





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