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Maharishi Ayurveda honours young talents in sports, creative art
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28 August 2011
To encourage young talents in sports and creative art and promote a healthy lifestyle, a special auspicious event, Vidyarthi Amrit Kala, was organized on 28 August—the eve of the national sports day—in Noida, near New Delhi, India, by the Maharishi Ayurveda organization. Many young and promising talents were honoured for their achievements in painting and sports.
Speaking on the occasion the Director of Maharishi Ayurveda, Smt. Pragya Sharma, said that every person has natural traits for sports and art, and the more opportunities one gets to hone them, the more creative one becomes.
She said that gone are the days when parents would discourage their children from sports. ''The times have changed now, and they are now fast realizing that the sports not only help in their all round development, but also create job opportunities for them.''
Trophies were given to successful competitors in painting, and all participants received participation certificates. The promising talents in sports were also honoured on the occasion, receiving gold and silver medals in cricket and karate. The Vidyarthi Amrit third gold medal went to Ajay Shukla of Maharishi Vidyamandir for securing a place in the football team.
Ayurveda, the most ancient science of health, has its origins in the ancient Vedic tradition of India. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's revival of this ancient Ayurvedic knowledge—known as Maharishi Ayurveda—has inspired a renewed interest in scientifically investigating the effectiveness of Ayurvedic procedures, and has helped to initiate a major trend toward more natural means of health care. The goal of Maharishi Ayurveda is to create a disease-free, healthy, enlightened society in every country.
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