Norakurodo Koto-Ku Tokyo, On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, celebrated on November 12th, Patanjali Japan Foundation participated in a dynamic event that brought together diverse elements of culture, wellness, and community engagement. The event, graced by the presence of Koto-Ku Councillor Mr. Kname San, who actively engaged with the community, reinforcing the significance of cultural celebrations.
Mobile App Demonstration, A special app launching ceremony and demonstration were conducted to enhance accessibility for physically challenged individuals, providing innovative solutions for inclusivity.
People from various backgrounds set up different booths, creating a lively Marche. The event included an app launching ceremony specifically designed for handicapped individuals, promoting inclusivity and accessibility.
A highlight of the event was the sale of fresh vegetables, directly supporting local agriculture and offering attendees the opportunity to access high-quality produce.
Various educational activities were organized, including an evacuation drill, earthquake car simulation providing a realistic experience, health-focused demonstrations such as heart pumping techniques / AED workshop, and more.
As part of a charitable initiative, Patanjali Japan Foundation actively participated in the event by serving khichdi dishes on behalf of BTOGO, contributing to community welfare.
Despite being briefly interrupted by rain, a walking event organized by Yoga enthusiasts brought participants together for a healthy and community-oriented activity.
Patanjali Japan Foundation actively enrolled individuals as "Sewayogis" during the event, encouraging them to embrace daily yoga practices for holistic health benefits.
The Diwali event served as a true celebration of culture, wellness, and community spirit. Patanjali Japan Foundation remains committed to fostering such initiatives that bring people together and contribute to the well-being of society.
The event successfully encapsulated the spirit of Diwali, emphasizing cultural celebration, community well-being, and the importance of inclusivity. Patanjali Japan Foundation looks forward to continuing its mission of enriching lives through holistic practices.
101 Days Daily Pranayama Challenge
In the journey of commitment and self-improvement, reaching 1000 days is an achievement worth celebrating of daily morning pranayama. It’s a testament to perseverance and dedication.
To honor this milestone, and with the aspiration to reach 1111 days, we are going to introduce a special 101-day daily pranayama practice.
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