Surya Namaskar Steering committee
An absolutely incredible project to create a strong culture of fitness, well-being and growth of the people of our country through the practice and development of Yogasana, has been established by unanimous stakeholders.
- Dr. Jaideep Arya
- Shri. Raj Choudhari
- Shri. Udit Sheth
- Dr. Sanjay Malpani
- Smt. Ekta Bouderlique
National Yogasana Sport Federation
It has been formed by likeminded stakeholders that want to create a strong culture of fitness, competition, well-being and growth through the practice and development of Yogasana.
To build and market the brand of Yogasana through sustainable and scalable development and a competition structure that benefits the athletes, officials and the sport through NYSF.
To gain an athlete-base across 600 districts across age, religion, gender and social standing that will allow us to build the brand value of more than 1000 cr in the next 5 years.
- Shri. Vishnu Bhutada
- Dr. Niranjana Murthy
- Shri. Rachit Kaushik
Patanjali set up on January 5, 1995 through divine dedication and great efforts shown by Param Pujya Yogarishi Swami Ramdev Jee Maharaj and Ayurveda Scholar Param Shradheya Acharya Balkrishna Jee Maharaj developed as mammoth tree. Public welfare services of patanjali in various fields are being seen as a ray of hope for the entire country. It has many visionary aims and objectives, all focussed around one key aim: to make this world disease-free through a scientific approach to Yog and Ayurved. Patanjali Yogpeeth located in Haridwar, is the centre for Yoga and Ayurveda activities in India. Named after Maharishi Patanjali who invented Yoga 5000 years ago, the ashram is run under the guidance of Swami Ramdev Ji Maharaj who has revived Yoga and helped in spreading it across the world. Patahnajali Yog Peeth provides several facilities including Yoga classes where you’re taught ancient techniques like Tattva Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Hatha Yoga and Ashtana Yoga.
- Shri Rakesh Kumar
- Shri Ram Ashish
- Shri Sachin Patanjali
Geeta Pariwar was founded in the year 1986 by HH Swami Shree Govind Dev Giriji Maharaj to impart value education among the children. Geeta Pariwar organises residential and non-residential camps for children through out the country. Thousands of such camps are organised till today and lakhs of children from all walks of society are benefited by it. It also organise projects such as mountaineering, Yogasana and Suryanamaskar training, story telling sessions, learn Geeta classes, parenting workshops and speeches etc. Geeta Pariwar has organised Suryanamaskar projects on huge scale to create awareness about Suryanamaskar. It also promotes child theatre and has produced many small skits as well as mega-dramas such as Yogeshwar and Vijaydhwaj. Geeta Pariwar has published more than 50 books and trained thousands of volunteers who work selflessly towards the cause of nation building. It is also know for its various social service initiatives such as helping needy people during Covid crisis. It has its branches in more than 20 states. LearnGeeta initiative is the latest project of Geeta Pariwar through which lakhs of people from all around the world are learning Geeta free of cost.
- Smt. Sangeeta Jadhav
- Smt. Nirmala Maru
- Shri. Harinarayan Vyas
Kreeda Bharti was founded in the year 1992 with a vision to build a “FIT INDIA – HIT INDIA” vision. Kreeda Bharti envisages participation and development of all Indians by promoting traditional sports along with established sports. It aims to empower nation building through character building by sports. Kreeda Bharti dedicatedly works for building India a leading nation on all international sports platform and develop a sports culture across the nation. The main objective of Kreeda Bharati is to promote traditional Indian sports along with the established games. The traditional games of indigenous games and rural areas have to be promoted, so that all sections of the society come and play on the field. Through it, the spirit of national character should be built in the player by acquiring a healthy body, sharp intellect, mental and values.
- Shri. Milind Dange
- Shri. Sanjay Tiwari
- Shri. Chandrashekhar Jahgirdaar
Sahaj Marg or Heartfulness Meditation is a dynamic and practical approach to meditation, relaxation and self-development, first developed at the turn of the twentieth century and formalized into teaching through Shri Ram Chandra Mission in 1945.Shri Ram Chandra Mission (SRCM) is a non-profit organisation which provides spiritual training to interested seekers from around the world. Through Heartfulness meditation, which has its roots in the Sahaj Marg system, it offers a way for balanced living in a heart based way. SRCM was founded in 1945 by Shri Ram Chandra of Shahajanpur, in honor of his spiritual teacher and guide, Shri Ram Chandra of Fatehgarh. With a presence in over 100 countries worldwide [SRCM Centres] and on every continent of the globe, it has its world headquarters in Kanha Shanti Vanam near Hyderabad in Telangna, India. Shri Parthasarathi Rajagopalachari (affectionately called Chariji) succeeded Ram Chandra of Shahjahanpur as President of SRCM. Chariji attained mahasamdhi on the 20th of December 2014 and now the present president is Shri Kamlesh D. Patel.
Sahaj Marg means the Natural Path, and it is a spiritual practice based on inner experience through meditation. The ancient practice of raja yoga is refined and simplified for modern everyday life, so that it can be practised everyday by people from all backgrounds and all cultures. Thus it is easily integrated into a busy lifestyle, bringing balance, joy and spiritual growth.Every day, in SRCM’s ashrams and thousands of centres worldwide, individuals from all walks of life, diverse nationalities, different religious backgrounds, various social and economic circumstances, come together, transcending boundaries in an atmosphere of love, trust and brotherhood. SRCM is formally associated with the United Nations Department of Public Information (UN DPI) as an international non-governmental organisation. SRCM and the UN share a common goal of peace, human integration and harmony, and thus SRCM’s objectives fulfil the principles outlined in the UN Charter
- Shri V. Shrinivasan
- Dr. Veronique Nicola