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International Yoga festival

Rishikesh, the origin of Yoga and the Yoga Capital of the World, is home to the old
yogis, sages and diviners. Every year the International Yoga Festival develops and
extends, accepting an ever-increasing number of individuals from an ever-increasing number of nations all over the planet. In 2019, more than 2000 participants from 80 different nations! partook in the festival.
It is a chance for anybody to interface with similar, conscious yogis and worldview
shifters from all aspects of the world. Regardless of whether you are now going
through an individual transformation or are looking for a change, whether you are a
functioning co-maker of your own heavenly life or you might want to become one
– the Festival is for all!

International Yoga festival at Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh

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Highlights of the Festival

In the 7-day immersion and festivity, you have the chance to accept each
significant style of yoga and gain from illuminated Spiritual Leaders, Master Yoga
Teachers, Evolutionary Thought Leaders, and Wellness Specialists from around the
world. Stir to the best form of yourself and touch off your inward light through this
not-to-be-missed occasion at Parmarth Niketan Ashram, the biggest ashram in
Rishikesh and one of the biggest interfaith yoga establishments in India. The program offers a broad timetable of conceivable outcomes, beginning with Kundalini sadhana at    4 a.m. for the committed and finishing at 9:30 pm with traditional cultural song and dance, kirtan and illuminated diversion on the banks of Ganga. You can tweak every day according to your necessities. The festival has a Sacred Sound Stage for you to come, unwind and stir through the force of sound.
● Bring a dunk into the waters of spirituality (of stream Ganga).
● Get associated with different adherents taking part from all across the world.
● Pay attention to the profound leaders of India conveying spiritual teachings.
● Relish being in the holy spot of Uttarakhand.
● Get revelled into the profundities of Yoga alongside the world-known
Yogacharyas from different nations.
● Get joined with your divine self.

International Yoga Festival in Rishikesh

20th International Yoga Festival Rishikesh (March 1st, 2022)

Parmarth Niketan Ashram arranges the International Yoga Festival consistently in Rishikesh (India), in association with the Uttarakhand Tourism Development
Board, GMVN. In 2022 International Yoga Festival in Rishikesh will start on
Friday, 1 March and will end on Thursday, 7 March. This Festival will proceed for seven days from the first of March to the seventh of March 2022, giving you a stage to take part in Yoga classes for more than 60 hours and to gain from Yoga educators coming from all over the world. You will want to rehearse numerous styles of Yoga like Power Vinyasa Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Kriya Yoga and Iyengar Yoga.
Take an interest in this celebration and be honoured with the profound assembling
and heavenly expressions of esteemed spiritual leaders and holy people from India
like H.H. Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji, H.H. Pujya Shankaracharya Swami
Divyanand Teerthji and others.

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International Yoga festival Parmarth Niketan

Festival Location

Rishikesh is a profound focus to numerous sages, holy people, rishis and pioneers.
It has the biggest ashram called Parmarth Niketan, which is the setting for the
International Yoga Festival. Being settled in the lap of the Himalayas and on the
banks of the Holy Ganga, the ashram is considered as the spiritual retreat. The
pioneers coming from each edge of the earth get shelter in Parmarth Niketan. The
ashram has an unadulterated, perfect and consecrated feel with a lot of excellent
nurseries. Parmarth Niketan has more than 1000 rooms working with current
conveniences with a touch of simplicity, custom and spirituality

International Yoga festival 2020

RESEARCH AND WRITTEN BY – SHASHANK BHATT

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