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Artikrti Celebrates International Yoga Day

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Today, the 21st of June is the 5th International Yoga Day, celebrated across the world. Artikrti joins the #yogacommunity and the rest of the Artikrti family of friends and fans to further the cause of peace, harmony, well-being and culture-connect through yoga.

In marking this day as International Yoga Day, someone observed that for India and its Prime Minister Modi [who initiated this day], this "served as a perfect vehicle to create a shared national consciousness". Artikrti would like to table the thought that the International Yoga Day "serves as a perfect vehicle to create a shared culture-connect consciousness across our world". Today there is no bigger movement than Yoga that brings the world and varied cultures together as one unified race.

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Today, June 21, 2015 is the first International Yoga Day as adopted by United Nations based on the vote of 178 nations across the world.....

.....It is such an awesome feeling to see people from all over the world embrace yoga and the International Yoga Day. Here are pictures from around the globe of people celebrating yoga today in far flung places like Kazakistan, France, New York, Colombo, Indonesia, Taiwan, India Gate in India.... and the last one is a video from Poland...

She shows us how to live yoga, to be yoga, not just how to do yoga.

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This memorable headline is a line from Coral Brown's post in the Yoga Journal [Look for the link below]. The "she" she is referring to is India.

But before I get to the essence of her experience, a word on why this post. For some time now, I have been toying with an idea that I want to share. Since this blog is all about "Culture Connect with India" I have been wondering how I can get others to share their experiences about connecting with India. Nothing better than a Scandinavian or an Irish or a Spaniard or an American talk about how she sees India through her lens,