According to The Times Of India, Yoga is auspicious Sangam or holy union.
In the context of the International Day of Yoga, it is representative of a set of techniques and practices that seek the union of body, mind, and spirit with all that is manifest and unmanifest in the universe. That is, through it, you can fuse all that you are with all that is the universe. In that state of primordial union, or samadhi, all there is to know can be known. All that can be done can be.
Later, Bhagavan Sri Krishna was a great teacher of yoga. He demonstrated that one can benefit from it and even in intensely worldly situations like the battlefield of Mahabharata. The practice of it can help you distill the right course of action even in chaos. Lord Krishna’s teachings are codified into the Bhagavad Gita, which describes itself as the Yoga-Shastra in every chapter.
Many great statesmen through history, including the founders of modern India – Mahatma Gandhi, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Sardar Patel, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Rajaji took inspiration from the Gita. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought support from the Gita for critical policy decisions.
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