Celebrating Creativity and Wellness: Successful Poster-Making Competition on International Yoga Day
The second event conducted under the series of events for International Yoga Day was the Poster Making Competition organized by the Cultural and Co-curricular Activities Committee and NSS unit.
We are thrilled to share the remarkable success of the Poster Making Competition held on the eve of International Yoga Day! The event brought together 30 participants of different Departments, united by their enthusiasm for art and their dedication to promoting the holistic benefits of yoga. With creativity as the driving force, the competition turned out to be an incredible platform for showcasing artistic skills and spreading awareness about the profound impact of yoga on our lives.
The event witnessed an overwhelming response, with individuals from various backgrounds showcasing their artistic talents. The theme of the competition revolved around the essence of yoga, emphasizing its ability to harmonize the mind, body, and spirit.
As the participants delved into their artistic expressions, the atmosphere buzzed with positive energy and a sense of unity. Each stroke of the brush and every color chosen conveyed the profound impact of yoga on personal growth, physical well-being, and mental serenity. The posters depicted a wide array of yoga postures, meditation scenes, and inspiring quotes, reflecting the diverse interpretations of this ancient practice.
The competition showcased not only the artistic talents of the participants but also their ability to communicate the essence of yoga through visual storytelling.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the participants, Mr. Bhanu Pratap Singh Jamwal and Ms. Surbhi Sharma our judges and volunteers who contributed to the resounding success of the Poster Making Competition. Your creativity, passion, and dedication have undoubtedly helped us in spreading awareness about the immense benefits of yoga and its positive influence on our lives.
As we celebrate International Yoga Day, let us remember that art and yoga both possess the power to inspire, heal, and unite. By combining the two, we have witnessed the birth of breathtaking masterpieces that beautifully capture the essence of this ancient practice.
We have also submitted our top 7 posters on the Ministry of Ayush (MoA) and MyGov Y-Break App.
We look forward to organizing more such events in the future, fostering creativity, promoting wellness, and creating a platform for individuals to showcase their talents. Together, let us continue to explore the transformative power of art and yoga on our journey toward holistic well-being.