"Yoga for Success & Techno Stress Management"
Date: 16th – 18th November, 2019
Airport Road, Khajuraho, (M.P), India
Department of Yogic Science,
Swami Vivekanand University, Sagar (M.P.) India
Vivekanand Yoga and Naturopathy Wellness Society,
Sagar (M.P.) India
Shree Aadinath Yog, Khajuraho, India
In this modern Era, as technology is growing day by day, everyone is using technology. In that ratio we are not feeling happiness by the use of these technologies, while these technologies were invented to make our life easier and happier but it is totally opposite, use of these technologies are making our life more stressful. It doesn’t matter you are an Engineer, Doctor, Scientist, Teacher, Actor or a Billionaire.
The real success in your life is determined by how blissful you are. This fact cannot be denied that gadgets are now an integral part of our lifestyle. Use of Mobile Phones and Laptops for our daily needs like reading, banking and entertainment has now become very common these days. The excess use of mobile phones and other gadgets affects the brain. The microscopic and ultraviolet radioactive waves from these gadgets have serious effects on functioning of the cortical brain, which also affects reasonability of brain. Continuous use of cell phones and laptops creates a strain in our neck and brain which hampers the flow of blood. It causes a tension in mind, which is named as Tech Stress. Today it is difficult to achieve success without technology. In this modern society it is almost impossible to complete our tasks without using technology. But the excess use of technology can make you the victim of Tech stress. Success and stress-free life at one time are just like a dream in today’s world.
Yoga is a medium that prepares us to live a stress free and successful life. Therefore, this conference is being organized to minimize present sufferings from technical stress and to help make their lives successful. Department of Yogic Science Swami Vivekanand University, Vivekananda Yoga and Naturopathy Wellness Society and Shree Aadinath Yoga Ashram have collaborated together to provide a platform for Experts, Researchers and Students both from international and national level for deliberations and interact amongst themselves for the purpose so that, this programme will help us to find some concrete findings and it might help the humanity at large.
Mr. Gagan Singh Thakur
About the Conference
The three days interactive sessions of the conference will provide an international platform to all the Yoga aspirants, Yoga experts, to come together, for sharing their views and experience with the mass for the betterment of the society and the globe.
At the same time the researchers and scholars will get an avenue to present their research findings before audience from across the globe. There will be some technical and experiential sessions on Yoga and Holistic Health and Stress Management as well. Presentation shall be bilingual i.e. both in Hindi and English Language.
Khajuraho is an ancient city in the Madhya Pradesh region of northern India. From the 10th to 12th century it was the capital of the Chandella kings who ruled Bundelkhand. Despite Khajuraho’s once great reputation as an important cultural center there are no surviving non-religious buildings, but the presence of 35 Hindu and Jain temples make it one of the most significant historical sites in India today and worthy of its name given by the 11th century Muslim historian Abu Rihan Alberuni as ‘the City of the Gods’. Khajuraho is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Khajuraho city is well connected with roadways, railways and airlines.
Most of the temples at Khajuraho were built using sandstone but four also used granite in their construction. In the latter group is the Chaunsat Yogini (64 tantric goddesses), built c. 875-900 CE, which has 64 shrine rooms arranged around a rectangular courtyard. Next in the site’s development came the Lalguan Mahadeva, Brahma, and Matangesvara temples which are all quite plain in design and decoration compared to the later temples.
Sub theme of the Conference
- Yoga for Techno Stress Management
- Yoga for Holistic health
- Spiritual approach to Yoga
- Philosophy, Psychology and Parapsychology
- Physics and Meta-physics
- Wellness and harmony through Yoga
- Physical fitness through Yoga
- Human Values and Yoga
- Yoga for youth
- Yoga for pregnant lady
- Yoga for personality development
- Yoga for management of diseases.
Submission of Paper
Participants are requested to submit their research papers on either of the abovementioned sub-themes to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Last date for Abstracts submission (250 to 300 words): Aug 30, 2019
- Last date for submission of full paper *(2000 to 2500 words): Sep 30, 2019
- Availability of accommodation is limited and hence will be offered on first come first serve basis.
- Your booking will be since 16th morning 10 am to 18th afternoon.
- Above prices include accommodation and food in the best international luxurious Hotel at Khajuraho.
- Charges will include conference Kit, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Tea/Coffee.
- Paper presenters and all participants will be given a certificate.
- Rooms are available On double occupancy for foreigners and triple occupancy basis for students, research scholars and Indian delegates.
- If anyone needs room on single sharing basis there will be an extra charges. so please contact Mr. Rahul at 8210620969.
Expected Eminent Experts/Delegates for The Conference
International/National Advisory Committee
|•||Mrs. Lena Butz||–||Germany|
|•||Mr. Alan Howkins||–||USA|
|•||Mrs. Elke Vandromme||–||Belgium|
|•||Mr. Stijn Verschoore||–||Belgium|
|•||Mr. Leila Sadegholvaad||–||Italy|
|• Prof. Ishwar Bhardwaj||–||Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar Uttrakhand|
|• Prof. Suresh Lal Barnwal||–||Devsanskriti University, Haridwar Uttrakhand|
|• Dr. Ishwar Acharya||–||Director, CCRYN, New Delhi|
|• Prof. Rajeev Choudhary||–||Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh|
|• Prof. Ram Gopal||–||Retired Director of Materials (DRDO), Delhi|
|• Dr. Arun Singh||–||Himalayan Garhwal University, Uttrakhand|
|• Mr. Vinay Kumar Bharti||–||Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, New Delhi|
|• Dr. Shashi Bhushan Mishra||–||International Yoga Society, Loni Gaziabad U.P.|
|• Dr. Kamakhya Kumar||–||Uttrakhand Sanskrit University, Haridwar|
|• Dr. Ashish Phadke||–||Institute of Ayurvision Centre, Mumbai|
|• Dr. Arpan Bhatt||–||Gujrat Ayurved University, Jamnagar|
|• Dr. Ajay Pal||–||Himalaya Garhwal University, Uttrakhand|
|• Dr. Balwant Singh||–||International Yoga Foundation, Thane, Maharashtra|
|• Dr. Arun Kumar Sao||–||Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar (M.P.)|
|• Dr. Nitin Korpal||–||Yogacharya, Sagar (M.P.)|
|• Dr. Brijesh Thakur||–||Shoolini University, Himachal Pradesh|
|• Dr. Upendra Babu Khatri||–||University of Buddhist, Sanchi, (M.P.)|
|• Dr. Rakesh Giri||–||Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar|
|• Dr. Naveen Kauhsik||–||Jambheshwar University, Hisar, Haryana.|
|• Dr. Brijesh Singh Parihar||–||Lakulish Yoga University, Ahmedabad|
|• Prof. Narayan Prasad Giri||–||Agriculture University, Hisar Haryana|
|• Mr. Brij Bhushan Purohit||–||Indian Yoga Federation, Hyderabad|
|• Dr. Mukund Vinayak Bhole||–||Kaivlyadhama, Lonavla, Pune, Maharashtra|