Draw International YOGA DAY DRAWING Yoga Day PAINTING WORLD YOGA DAY
Today In our world tour series we will take our painting journey to the entire world to celebrate the physical and spiritual prowess that yoga has brought to the world stage — Its World Yoga Day painting.
Don’t miss out this amazing painting and story.
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You are going to experience a beautiful painting on World Yoga Day.
Friends, how do you feel about the paintings from our World Tour series?
We have painted so many paintings of so many countries, we have talked about so many cultures and places of so many people..And i must say that i really enjoy this and it is truly incredible.
What is your take on this? Do you like this series? Well I wish to continue this for many days to come..Travelling to places through paintings..we are in..
Today Not a special country,
Instead, we will draw a painting that is special to the whole world. Tomorrow is Yoga Day, so come, on this special day let’s draw this special painting and lets know few things about Yoga Day and Yoga.
This painting is surreal. Like it’s universe is the roof and we are purifying our souls through this yoga or meditation. Tree of life is surrounding us when we are meditating.. This surrealism is so colourful and eccentric Only for you brought this colourful surrealism…
Hope you like this.
Celebrated on June 21, International Yoga Day celebrates the physical and spiritual prowess that yoga has brought to the world stage. While it is an important source of exercise and healthy activity millions join in and practice on a daily basis. For many, these routines are a way to connect the body, mind and soul in a way that has existed for centuries.
Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice which originated in India. The Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in his UN address in 2014, had suggested the date of 21 June, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and shares a special significance in many parts of the world.
The commemoration of yogic practices was pitched by Indian PM Modi himself in September 2014 who referred to Yoga as an “invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi first presented the idea of an International Day of Yoga during his speech to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on September 27, 2014. On December 11, 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21 to be International Yoga Day or The World Yoga Day. International Yoga Day has been observed on June 21st since 2015.
The date was chosen on the suggestion of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had pitched June 21 for being the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, which is observed as a day of cultural significance in different parts of the world.
‘Yoga for Humanity’ is the theme for this year’s International Day of Yoga. Pandemics have not only been difficult for our physical health, but they have also had a negative impact on our mental health. As a result, health issues such as depression and anxiety are on the rise. Therefore, the need of addressing mental health concerns has risen, and adapting to yoga in such a situation has become a must.
The beginnings of Yoga were developed by the Indus-Sarasvati civilization in Northern India over 5,000 years ago. The word yoga was first mentioned in the oldest sacred texts, the Rig Veda. The Vedas were a collection of texts containing songs, mantras and rituals to be used by Brahmans, the Vedic priests.
Though Yoga was being practiced in the pre-Vedic period, the great Sage Maharshi Patanjali systematized and codified the then existing practices of Yoga, its meaning and its related knowledge through his Yoga Sutras.
Lord Shiva is considered to be the first yogi; it is believed that He disseminated his knowledge and learning to seven learned men known as the Saptarishis. They, in turn, spread this knowledge in seven different directions covering diverse regions — knowledge that humans can evolve beyond their physical limitations.
In summary, yoga practice may improve various aspects of spiritual well-being and spiritual intelligence. Yoga practice may also be associated with increased levels of spiritual health, a more positive outlook on life, happiness within, and lower levels of existential anxieties.
This ancient science goes far beyond the mere physical aspects, by way of deepening the connection between mind, body and most important of all, the spirit. The spiritual aspect of yoga can help yogis develop integration of the inner being as well as oneness with the Supreme Consciousness. And it all starts with the body and the asanas or postures.
The true purpose of this 5,000+-year-old-practice was never about contorting into the perfect pose, wearing cute yoga outfits, or building Instagram followers with sexy backbend photos. True Yoga is Beyond the Body. Unaccompanied by higher levels of union through meditation and control of the body-bound senses, the practice of physical yoga is like taking 90 minutes to prepare a delicious, nourishing, three-course meal — then throwing it in the trash without tasting it.
The next time you complete your yoga asana practice, sit still. Meditate. Turn inward, and allow yourself a moment to taste the spiritual bliss you’ve worked so hard to cultivate.
This is the true purpose of yoga.
Our world tour series will continue. We will continue to search this happiness, joy,Love and peace to share this with all of you.
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