The 999 challenge recently concluded in Delhi schools, leaving behind a trail of motivation and inspiration for young students. The event was graced by esteemed personalities such as Sh. Himanshu Gupta, Director of Education, and the Ambassador of Spain, who joined forces to motivate and encourage students. Swami Nijamritananda Puri, Administrative Director of Amrita Hospital Faridabad, also attended the event. The challenge aimed to highlight the importance of Suryanamaskar and Meditation, and the participants were treated to a traditional welcome, followed by engaging sessions led by prominent figures in the field.
The event commenced with a heartfelt traditional welcome extended to all the distinguished guests, setting a positive and auspicious tone. The lighting of the lamp and a prayer created an atmosphere of unity and devotion, setting the stage for the enlightening sessions to follow. Br. Mokshamrita, National Coordinator of AYUDH India, took the lead in conducting the Suryanamaskar and meditation session, alongside Br. Harshamrita and other dedicated team members. The participants were immersed in the transformative power of these ancient practices.
Sh. Sanjay Chaturvedi, Deputy Director of Education, took the opportunity to inspire the students, emphasizing the importance of integrating Suryanamaskar and Meditation into their daily lives. Recognizing the positive impact these practices can have on one’s physical and mental well-being, Chaturvedi encouraged the young learners to embrace these practices wholeheartedly.
The Directorate of Education expressed their delight in working alongside the AYUDH India team to successfully complete the 999 challenge in Delhi Schools. This collaborative endeavor aimed to empower students and promote holistic health for the mind and body. Additionally, discussions took place regarding future plans to launch more C20 campaigns, in partnership with Amrita’s C20 working groups and AYUDH India, with the support of the Directorate of Education GNCTD.
The 999 challenge witnessed an overwhelming response from the students of Delhi, with hundreds of thousands of participants taking part in the 9-day event. The challenge consisted of 9 rounds of Suryanamaskars and 9 minutes of world peace meditation. The dedication and enthusiasm displayed by the young learners were commendable, reflecting their willingness to embrace healthy practices for their overall well-being.
Highlighting the significance of the event, the concluding day of the 999 challenge in Delhi schools saw the presence of the Ambassador of Spain. His attendance emphasized the global reach and importance of the initiative, as well as the commitment of international communities in promoting physical and mental wellness among youth.
The successful completion of the 999 challenge in Delhi schools stands as a testament to the commitment and enthusiasm of the students, educators, and organizers involved. By promoting the practice of Suryanamaskar and Meditation, this initiative has planted the seeds of holistic health and inner peace within the young minds of Delhi. The collaborative efforts between AYUDH India, Amrita’s C20 working groups, and the Directorate of Education GNCTD ensure a promising future for further initiatives aimed at nurturing the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of the youth.
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