Frenzy 5 Fossils

I(Praveer Mahato) happened to be in Hongkong last month. As a geology student and nature explorer. I found frenzy 5 fossils in Hongkong Natural Science Museum. We heard a lot about fossils, so let us find out about the significance of fossils

  • Fossils help to understand the evolutionary sequence of life.
  • 2.Fossils as stratigraphic indicators to understand the concept of time and evolution of the earth.
  • 3. Fossils help us to understand the paleoclimate.
  • 4.Fossils as a paleogeographic indicator(Glassopteris/Lystrosaures)
  • 5.Fossils as an indicator of prehistoric life.
  • 6.Fossils as an economic tool for the discovery of different economic resources like coal and petroleum.
Marine Brachiopods

Trace fossils

Here plant leaf is imprinted on rock layers. There are several types of trace fossils. Mould and cast (external impression of an object on the enclosing rock. Read more Frenzy5fossils

Plant leaf fossils
Ancient civilization pots
Stone and metal structure

Did you remember what we saw in Paris Louvre museum

Stone structures

Remember the gems found in the meteoritic form.


Admission Fee

Standard: HK$10
Group (20 persons or above): HK$7
Concessionary (Full-time students/people with disabilities and one accompanying carer / senior citizens): HK$5
Free admission for Museum Pass holders


Daya Anna: creating Exquisite Portrayal since 1997

What did I like in the painting by Daya Anna? Why these painting always eye-catching? Why you awestruck by the work of Charcoal?

“Faith is realizing that you always get what you need.”

Daya Anna is a Mangalore based artist who is famous for his work on Gurudev paintings over the decades incorporated with a unique expression and vital painting of Gurudev (SRI SRI RAVISHANKAR JI)Founder of ART OF LIVING FOUNDATION.

His painting of Gurudev conjures up a myriad of emotions and sensations! Daya Anna work is based on observations and dilettante. The significant issues and most important ideas are Gurudev (SRI SRI RAVISHANKAR JI) and his plentifulness grace.

“If you can win over your mind, you can win over the whole world.”

There is a bit of landscape. But the rest of the painting is filled up with the figures of Gurudev.

The quality is good. The painting is like ahead of its time because of its colour and figures. 

Daya Anna: creating Exquisite Portrayal of Gurudev since 1997(His beginning in ART OF LIVING)

I experienced Sudarshana in the year 1997. Since then I am happily following the Art of Living. Within a year had a blessing divine opportunity of getting an autograph on a pencil sketch of our Gurudev.

Since then I am addicted to painting Gurudev portraits. Though it’s my profession I am glued with only Gurudev’s pictures. Done more than 1000 charcoal portraits and few oil paintings.

Still going stronger enthusiastically.Under the influence of swami, Suryapadji started teaching art. I was going to Govt. schools also. But when Gurudev said to go to villages I started visiting villages.

Morning time Happiness Programme for adults day time teaching art. Several times motivated children to display art what they created and sales proceedings were distributed among art students.

That was happy and blessed moments of my life. I want to continue to work with the children in the villages

Earlier I used to raise funds to support school buildings of SSRVM Mangalore.

Mysterious ways of Master

Long back, my scooter ran out of fuel luckily it was just opposite my office. I was busy. In the evening I received a call that my client could not come to collect the Artwork and he is already at the bus station.

Urged me to deliver the artwork which he badly needed for the conference he is rushing. I took the artwork delivered it to him and in a hurry returned because another client is impatiently waiting. Just when I reached the place, to my astonishment I realised my vehicle had run around 20 km with only Guru grace.

Sachetwalker’s recommendation:

Daya Anna painting is happily a reward for devotees as if Gurudev is virtually present. His painting is really striking as Gurudev is seeing directly into your soul.

Devotees can found an instant connection at your heart for these masterpieces. After all, it is a Master’s!

So, if you interested in collecting his painting feel free to reach him on 9886065105

Daya Anna is actively taking a workshop in Urban areas at 1000 per person and in rural areas its free of cost.


Astonishing Eparchaen Unconformity- 1600 Million Old Rowdy

Unconformities are formed when there is a break in sedimentation. This creates a gap in the geological records. Eparchaen unconformity is again one topic which I have learned back in Geology classes and teacher suggested us to notice Eparchean unconformity on the way to Tirupati.

So here I am doing the same. Observing a magnificent million-year-old unconformity. As somehow we can’t get the darshan in the temple but while roaming the outside museum I recalled that we are a million years old potential geological creation which remind us of recess in the geological period.


An unconformity represents an interval of time of unknown length which is spent in an erosion of the underlying strata before the deposition of the overlying rocks. I found a few interesting study material.

Here is list of some other geological delight from Sachet walker


Dhanushkodi Beach point and 5 spellbinding places

What to do after astounding darshan of Rameshwaram Dham? What about youngster and kids? Well as a solution Sachetwalker is giving you insight into things to do at Dhanushkodi beach point and 5 spellbinding places.

How to reach RAMESHWARAM

By Air

Madurai is the nearest Airport which is around 175 km distance from Rameswaram. Thoothukudi is another airport which is around 195 km distance from Rameswaram.

By Train

Rameswaram has a railway station which is around 1.3 km from the Ramanathaswamy temple. By Road

By Road

Rameswaram has a Bus stand which is around 2 km from the Ramanathaswamy temple.


Dhanushkodi is where Vibishana, a brother of Ravana surrendered before Rama in the epic Ramayana. This has a beautiful aerial view and you can feel the freshness in the air all the time.

Now marked with Indian Emblem and a perfect place for photography and thinking spot.

Maintenance authority seems to change the beachside location last time it was on left this time it was on right. This time Dhanushkodi is filled with flocking tourist and photographers ready to capture memories.

High and mighty tides will remind you of Oceanic superpower

Dhanushkodi is a place which will shake you from inside out, these furious yet gentle waves will remind you of something forgotten, hidden rage and anger will slightly flow in this oceanic water.

After the incident of Tsunami and 2015 cyclone, the seashore is closely monitored and barricaded with heavy stone mesh.

Whatever may be the occasion (I never miss to pose) and make my collection rich with memories.

Kayaking and other water sports activities

Sea Kayaking, Stand Up Paddle Boarding and snorkelling are available at nearby locations. This has an additional benefit of staying and visiting the Gulf of Munnar.

I have tried other water activities at Andaman and Nicobar but here it was special because I was tired of doing regular travelling and water activities definitely recharge you.

Sri Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir & Floating Stonestemple

A magnificent and memorable place to visit. Once or twice this will remind you of RICH INDIAN CULTURE and will make you feel special.

Now, I happened to do some background research on why they are floating

A scientific possibility

If air is trapped within a shell of silica it would look like a stone but would actually be very light and would thus float. Another example is Ice. When put into glass having liquid, ice floats on liquid & after some time it sinks. Another prime example is of “Pumice” stone.

Theory 1 (Pumice Theory):

I read this in a blog. It sounds totally reasonable at first. In short below,

Let start from the scientific fact that if air is trapped within silica, it would look like a stone but would be very light and float. Another example is Ice. When put into a liquid, ice floats on liquid & after some time it sinks. Another example is of “Pumice” stone. Pumice is the hardened foam of lava when it comes out of a volcano. The inside of a volcano has very high pressure and can be as hot as 1600 Celcius. When the lava comes out of the volcano, it meets the cool air or seawater.

Then air and water that was mixed in the lava bubble out. Due to temperature differences, it freezes and so bubbles trapped inside them. Hence weight is reduced, so it floats.

Dense stones do not float on water. But because pumice is full of air bubbles, it is less dense than water. So, in the beginning, it will float. But in time, water will enter the bubbles driving out the air. Slowly, the pumice sinks. This also explains why the Ram Setu is underwater today. Pumice doesn’t float forever. But you don’t see volcanoes near Rameswaram. So if you visit a volcanic island (like Barren Island in the Andamans, or Anak Krakatau in Indonesia), you can see several acres of pumice around the shore. Due to Tsunami in 2004, these stones washed towards shore, and people begin to see floating stones.

Drawback: Some floating stones of Rameshwaram are not light weighted like pumice rocks and doesn’t have the chemical composition similar to pumice rocks. Also, the colour of the pumice rocks is white or creams but there are many black floating stones in Rameswaram.


House of kalam

Ram paduka temple and Gandhamadhana Parvatham

Quick Do

1.LEAVE all your mobile and bags while visiting APJ memorial.

2.As APJ Memorial is while entering into the city so keep the entry ticket pin/yellow one save . That would help you while coming in and going out.

3. Wake up early for temple visit and avoid any pundits help (you can easily go inside and do inner ceremony).

4. Rameshwaram is a beautiful place still in village kind environment .so bring and search your city fancies here. Stay simple and enjoyable.


3 feet of courage

साहस के 3 फुट

आपने कभी हिम्मत को वास्तविक जीवन में देखा है? क्या कभी ऐसा लगे कि आप धन्यभागी लोगों के बीच में है।

मेरे पहले उत्कर्ष योग के लिए मेरी मुलाक़ात हुई कुछ खास साहसिक और प्यारे बच्चों से !

जिनमे से कुछ का सफर शुरू हुआ अद्भुत जीवनी शक्ति के साथ ॥

उन्होंने कृतज्ञता व्यक्त करते हुए प्रणाम किया हरे कृष्णा नमस्ते! सफेद रंग का लंबा टीका माथे पर और कानो पर टिका
गले मे तुलसी की माला पहने ये सभी साक्षात बाल कृष्ण की छवि लग रहे थे।

पहले दिन खेल कूद और कुछ सुनहरे ञान की चाभी को समझाते हुए निकल गया । साथ ही आने वाले दिन में कुछ गृहकार्य करके आने को कहा गया।
सवाल था आपको क्या खाना पसंद है? आप कहा जाना पसंद करते हैं ?

अगले दिन उतर मिला। खाने के उत्तर मिला रोटी, सब्जी और पोलीगेरे पसंद है।

इतनी तनलिनता थी बच्चों मे कि जवाब मिला वैकुण्ठ धाम ही जाना है।

दूसरे बच्चे जिस उम्र मे खूब प्रशंसा, खेलकूद और  ऐश ऐश्वर्य के अधीन होते हैं । इस उम्र मे अपने दैनिक जीवन के कार्य स्वः करते हैं और ज्यादातर ध्यान खाने को कुछ अच्छा मिल जाए (अच्छा खाना), और ज्ञानवर्धक मे थे।

कुछ बच्चों मे अपार संभावनाएं हैं।

जैसे प्रञावान बालक राहुल जो कि अंग्रेजी और क्षेत्रीय भाषा में अनुवाद करने के साथ अच्छा प्रदर्शन कर रहा हैं।

एक बहुत खास अनुभव रहा कि यहा इनको असुरक्षा की भावना बिल्कुल भी नहीं है।

शायद ये बच्चे जीवन की कला मे माहिर हो रहे है । यही सबसे बडी संतुष्टी हैं मेरी ।

अतिरिक्त जानकारी देख़े,दूसरी हिन्दी पोस्ट


Ooty-an undeniable beauty at 7350 ft

Ooty is an undeniable beauty in all true sense which is located at 7350 ft differentiating from the rest of the TamilNadu.We drive to Ooty from Rameshwaram on a road trip (which we started earlier midnight). Here I was with my husband and in-laws which was obviously making this trip more juicy and spicy (that I can discuss in separate post difference while traveling with parents and in-laws)

Here is a list of places to visit in Ooty with vibrant images-

Government Botanical Garden :

With a nominal ticket fee of 30 rupees for adults, you can visit and spend hours in a luscious green garden of Government Botanical Garden which was established since 1848.

  • Ooty Botanical Gardens
  • sachetwalker ooty botanical garden
  • Botanical Gardens Ooty
The Toda mund/TODA HILL

Pine forest :

The shooting of Bollywood Movies has taken place here. such as Raaz

Valley area developed as a pine forest . This place has additional value in winters when fog covers this and gives it a mystical appearance.

Bollywood movies -Sadma, QSQT, SAAJAN, DIL, KUDAH GAWAH have been filmed here.

Rose Garden :

For the best scenic view plan your visit November to February during monsoon season here is a scarcity of flowers.

The Government Rose Garden located in the heart of Ooty is one of the largest rose gardens in India and also a popular tourist attraction.

The beautiful garden is spread across 10 acres of land and houses some of the largest collections of roses in the country including miniature roses, hybrid tea roses, floribunda, ramblers, black and green roses, and many other unique varieties. The Rose Garden is not only a delight for the eyes and the senses but also a must-visit for those interested in horticulture.

Ooty Lake

The first and best place to hang out with family and friends. We purchased tickets for Motor boats 8 seater Fees Rs 520/- Driver Charge Rs 40/-, Total = Rs 560/- (later we take two other persons with us as extended members).

This place will reenergize you and a nice place for spending time with family and shopping.


10 Goddamn, freaking rides in Wonderla

If you are an adrenaline junkie, fascinated about heights and enjoy the thrilling experience of water and speedy goddamn freaking rides then Wonderla is the perfect place for you. Please don’t forget to carry a valid Indian photo ID is mandatory to enter the park.

How to reach:

We took a cab from our home early in the morning and we had breakfast in a midway outer kingeri road. You can plan for taking BMTC bus from specific places as Kempgodwa Bus Stop or KR Market bus stop and catch any bus which is going towards Mysore Road ( 225)

Address:28th Km, Mysore Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 562109

Wonderla Inclusions

  • Entry to Wonderla Amusement Park
  • Unlimited access to rides as per height and weight restrictions
  • Parking

Wonderla Not included

  • Locker fee
  • Swimsuit
  • Certain rides and paid attractions

Wonderla cater to a wide range of audiences may be children, youngster or family outings. It has so many attractions for each section.

Fun Racers

Fun Racers are water slides where you slither down lying prostrate on rubber mats. I found this one quite intriguing.

The downward slide is interspaced with level portions for a wonderful experience. Fun racers are a very enjoyable ride suitable for all age groups.

Wave Pools

The only difference is that the water isn’t salty and you don’t have to be afraid of the sea carrying you away.

In winter the pool is heated, so you can wallow in the waters all year round. The smaller of the two pools has shallow waters and tiny waves that children can cope with. 

Sky Wheel

Firmly straddling a 13-story-high tower, the giant wheel with a diameter of 30 meters slowly turns on its axis to give the riders a bird’s eye view of the park and its surroundings.

Spacious lifts carry visitors to the top of the tower, which is a landmark that can be seen from miles around.

Wonder Splash

This ride is an absolute must for every guest visiting Wonderla. A bogie that resembles a raft made of logs is hauled up a hill using a conveyor and taken through a tunnel.

On emerging from the tunnel, it hurtles down a steep incline at a dizzying speed and splashes into a shallow pool, sending a glorious spray of water your way and drenching you in the process.

This fun ride is suitable for all riders in all the age groups. 


Twisters are a set of three water slides with tube-like structures that take you through a series of loops to finally disgorge you into a shallow pool of water.

Recoil – India’s First Reverse Looping Rollercoaster

This high tech roller coaster is imported from the Netherlands and has two track ramps that go up to 40 meters.

The train climbs one ramp and accelerates to 80 kmph in 1 second, before encountering a ‘cobra roll’ and a ‘loop’ in the tracks, climbing the second ramp, again to a 40 m height, and then doing it all over all again, only this time, it is Backwards!

Jungle Lagoon

Medium height water activity with special soft flooring, very shallow water levels and 5 uniquely themed water slides and a large water play tree-house and It can accommodate over 400 people comfortably.


We experienced this thrilling water ride that will test ourselves. The float moves into a closed tunnel and then suddenly drops from a height into a large boomerang shaped water slide resulting in a repeated to and fro motion.

Experience the Adventures of Chikku,

A state-of-the-art ride that combines a 3D film with physical and environmental effects, in an air-conditioned theatre with 180 seats.

Visitors will experience movement under their feet, splashes of water, gusts of wind and movie magic like never before.

An average experience for found it interesting.

For more details contact:
Wonderla Holidays Limited
28th km, Mysore Road, Bangalore – 562109
Phone Number: 08113-394441/2/3/5

Best Time to Visit: February to November

Price: Ranging from 850 to 2000

Average time required to visit the place: An entire day.

Wonderla Park timings

  • Monday to Friday: 11:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.
  • Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.

Sneak-peek into 12 century Gem of Sainte -Chapelle

Saint Chapelle is a gem of high Gothic architecture. I got an opportunity to sneak-peek into 12-century gem of Sainte-Chapelle.

The Palais de la Cite was residence and seat of Royal power from 10th to the 14th centuries and housed the Conciergerie and Sainte Chapelle which are now part of the Palace of Justice.

Saint chapelle is a gem of high Gothic architecture.
Saint Chapelle is a gem of high Gothic architecture.

Historical Significance of Sainte -Chapelle

The Sainte Chapelle was built between 1242 and 1248, in accordance with the wishes of Louie IX (King from 1226 to 1217 and the future Saint Louis) the house of relics of The Passion of Christ. The most famous of these relics was Crown of Thrones, acquired in 1239 for a sum that greatly exceeded the cost of building the chapel itself.

“New Jerusalem” and hence the second capital of Christianity where restoration work keep on going
“New Jerusalem” and hence the second capital of Christianity where restoration work keep ongoing

The religious and political influence of Sainte -Chapelle

The Holy Relics(parts of saint body, or objects that belonged to saints) has belonged to the emperor of Constantinople since the 4th century.

In purchasing them, Louis IX added to the prestige of both France and Paris which, in eyes of medieval Europe, became a “New Jerusalem”
and hence the second capital of Christianity.

alternating with Towers on purple background which where arms of Queen Blanche of  castle, Louie IX mother.
alternating with Towers on the purple background which were arms of Queen Blanche of castle, Louie IX mother.

Throughout the Revolutionary period,

The Sainte Chapelle, which was a symbol of royalty by divine right, suffered a great deal of damage, although the Steel with glass rose windows remain intact. From 1846 onwards, a huge wave of restoration work was carried out on the building, giving it its current appearance.

he most famous of these relics was Crown of Thrones,
he most famous of these relics was Crown of Thrones,

Two sanctuaries, one on the top of the other

From the beginning, the relics where displayed and worshipped in the Upper Chapel. Only The King, and his close friends and family, and the Karen’s leading the services entered it via the outdoor terrace, which at the time was connected to the palace. The lower Chapel was a place of the worship for Palace staff. 
The best silica type layout with semicircular simple. It was to be used as a model for other Holy chapels, those of Vincennes and Chateudun

The best silica type layout with semicircular simple

Sainte -Chapelle: The lower Chapel

The visitor is created by the Statue of the Virgin Mary, the centuries Patron Saint, at the portal. 

Inside, polychrome decoration, like the carved decoration in the porch, dates back to 19th century Restoration work. In the apse on the left, above the door to the former sacristy, is its 13th-century Fresco defecting the Annunciation. 

This is the oldest wall painting in Paris. 
The low vault is held up by openwork struts linking the aisle columns to the lateral walls. These walls are decorated with blind trefoil arcature and 12 medallions featuring the apostle. 

polychrome decoration

The vaults fleur-de-lys on the Azure background I also find on the column, alternating with Towers on the purple background which was arms of Queen Blanche of the castle, Louie IX mother. 

Sainte -Chapelle: The Upper Chapel

This is truly monumental and sumptuously decorated reliquary. Sculpture and Windows combined harmoniously to glorify the Passion of Christ and create a feeling of entry into the Heavenly Jerusalem, bathed in light and colour. 

The Chapel post-match of even its early fame to its stained glass Windows. 

The 1,113 scenes depicted in the 15 stained glass windows tell the story of mankind from Genesis through to Christ resurrection. 14 of the windows depicting episodes from the Bible, should be read from left to right from the bottom upward. 


An elite journey of Palais De Justice

The Palais de Justice in Île de la Cité in Paris is a vast and majestic gothic structure.

Palais de Justice in Île de la Cité in Paris
Palais de Justice in Île de la Cité in Paris

The site of which was originally the home of governors of Ancient Rome.

Inside atmosphere of Palais de Justice
Palais de Justice

As the current seat of the French judicial system,

The Palais de Justice serves a function which it has fulfilled in various guises since medieval times.

This began in earnest in April 1793, when the civil chamber or “Premier Chambre Civile” of the Palais de Justice became the home of the Revolutionary Tribunal.

This was the fearsome court of the French Revolution from which the Reign of Terror was systematically carried out.


Profound International Yoga Day (21 June)-Theme-Significance

Being part of a bigger family such as the ART OF LIVING. I got this opportunity to be part of a Yoga team. With a bunch of people, we conducted two sessions of Yoga with an estimated 300 students. This was an overwhelming experience to celebrate fifth International Yoga Day at Narayana Techno School.

“Like a flower bud, human life has the potential to blossom fully. Blossoming of human potential to fullness is yoga.”SRI SRI

How International yoga day (21 JUNE)came into existence?

On December 11 in 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga. The declaration came at the behest of the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi during his address to UN General Assembly on September 27, 2014, wherein he stated: “Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition.

Yoga is a 5,000-year-old tradition from India that combines physical, mental and spiritual pursuits to achieve harmony of the body and mind

It embodies the unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being.

It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and nature”.

PM Narendra Modi performs yoga during a mass yoga event on the 5th International Day of Yoga at Prabhat Tara ground, in Ranchi. (Image: PTI)

In Suggesting June 21, which is the Summer Solstice, as the International Day of Yoga,

Narendra Modi had said: “the date is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and has special significance in many parts of the world.”

What is yoga?

In Swami Vivekananda “all this bringing of the mind into a higher state of vibration is included in one word in Yoga .”Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India.

However, the word ‘yoga’ derives from Sanskrit and means to join or to unite, symbolizing the union of body and consciousness.

“Yoga brings the knowledge, passion and action together.” -SRI SRI .

Why do we mark International Days?

International days are occasions to educate the public on issues of concern, to mobilize political will and resources to address global problems and to celebrate and reinforce the achievements of humanity.

The existence of international days predates the establishment of the United Nations, but the UN has embraced them as a powerful advocacy tool.

What is theme for International Yoga DAY 2019?

2019 Theme is “Yoga for Climate Action”

The theme of 5th International Yoga Day 2019 is “Climate Action”. In the United Nation, it will be celebrated a day before that is on 20 June 2019 with ‘Yoga with Gurus’ and followed by a panel of discussion on 21 June.

Our dedicated team of yoga members from left: Nabonita, Sapna, Saurabh, Me(Namrata), Rajeesha and Prasad. Spreading Our Master message “The purpose of yoga is to stop suffering even before it arises.”

However, Climate Action theme focuses on the way how yoga can help us to solve the problem of climate change and also it brings a lot more benefits to the lives of people.

What is the Meaning of the International Yoga Day logo ?

Meaning of logo . “Yoga is a study of life, study of your body, breath, mind, intellect, memory, and ego; study of your inner faculties.” -SRI SRI

It is necessary to work towards climate change. The sense of respect for mother earth overcomes regular yoga practitioners that will help people to act in a certain way at home and working environment to work and build a better future.

Above all the significance of International Yoga Day

1.Increased muscle strength and tone ,Increased flexibility

2.Improved respiration, energy and vitality

3.Maintaining a balanced metabolism

One significant thing about yoga is it brings uniformity -Here basketball court, a playground is covered with colorful yoga mats and jubilant students.

4.In addition to Weight reduction.Cardio and circulatory health

5.Improved athletic performance

In India, (Ministry of Ayush ) renamed as Department of Ayurveda, Yoga, and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) in November 2003, with focused attention for the development of Education and Research in Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy manages and celebrate International Yoga Day.

Types of Yoga’s

Hatha Yoga-  Hath Yoga encompasses styles which include Bikram Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, and Kundalini Yoga and aims for the physical wellness of a person. This form of yoga aims to bring about a balance between the positive and negative energies of the body.

Kundalini Yoga-  This form of Yoga is more spiritual in nature and aims to activate the root chakra in the human body, through which increased awareness of the surrounding environment can be created.

Raja Yoga- Raja Yoga is one of the six traditional schools of Hindu philosophy and aims to provide its practitioner with the power of detachment so that he can enjoy everything without getting attached or bound by them.

Karma Yoga- Karma yoga is a form of Yoga which teaches the karma yogi to practice selfless action without aspiring for any kind of material or spiritual gains. The dialogue between Arjun and Sri Krishna in Bhagwad Gita embodies the principle of Karma Yoga.

Bhakti Yoga- The origin of Bhakti Yoga can be traced back to the Upanishads, which is focused on the cultivation of love and devotion towards God. In Bhakti Yoga, the yogi aims to attain spiritual liberation through the attainment of oneness with God.

Over a period of time, this ancient practice of yoga has undergone many changes, to become adaptable to the needs of modern civilization.

In the postmodern era, SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR JI SAYS “The wisdom of Yoga transforms one from arrogance to self-confidence; meekness to humility; from dependence to a realization of interdependence.”