Vedanta Aluminium in association with AMRI Hospital and Bhakti Vedanta celebrates International Yoga Day
Bhubaneswar: Vedanta Aluminium, India’s largest producer of aluminium organized the yoga camp on the occasion of World Yoga Day in association with AMRI Hospital and Bhakti Vedanta Institute. A large number of officers, employees and members of Vedanta Aluminium, AMRI Hospital and Bhakti Vedanta Institute participated in the yoga practice programme organized on AMRI Hospital premises. In addition to this, Vedanta Aluminium also organized yoga camps at the plant premises at Lanjigarh and Jharsuguda in which members of the Vedanta family actively participated.
In the practice session, the participants accomplished various yoga asanas, pranayama etc. under the guidance of a yoga teacher Abhishek. Swami Jitun Dhal and Swami Achyuta Keshav Das, Directors of Bhakti Vedanta Institute, praised the program organized in association with Vedanta Aluminium. They said that yoga is vital for physical health as well as mental and spiritual progress. They also pronounced that Yoga is one of the six branches of the Vedas through which we can take our life to the pinnacle of all-round development. Ms. Niranjana Chakraborty, Director, AMRI Hospital, while describing the initiative of Vedanta Aluminium as excellent, expressed confidence that her organization will look forward to collaborate with Vedanta Aluminium in various community development programs.
Dr Tapan Kumar Chand, President, Business Development and Strategy, Vedanta Aluminium said that Yoga is an integral part of Indian philosophy. Yoga can be a very good medium to promote healthy society. Dr Chand also appreciated Bhakti Vedanta Institute and AMRI Hospital for their excellent cooperation in the event.
Rahul Sharma, CEO, Vedanta Aluminium said that Vedanta is conscious of the health of its officers, employees, business partners and their families. The purpose of such events is to encourage employees towards excellent lifestyle and work performance. He appreciated the efforts of Vedanta, Bhubaneswar for organizing state level programs for common mass. He also expressed his confidence that in coming days more such people welfare programs will be organized at state level in Odisha.