Yoga & Parvachan
Derived from the Sanskrit word yuj, Yoga means union of the individual consciousness or soul with the Universal Consciousness or Spirit. Yoga is a 5000-year-old Indian body of knowledge. Though many think of yoga only as a physical exercise where people twist, turn, stretch, and breathe in the most complex ways, these are actually only the most superficial aspect of this profound science of unfolding the infinite potentials of the human mind and soul.
Pravachan is a form of Hindu religious discourse, which are lectures on scriptures. A Pravachana Pandit becomes a religious and spiritual interpreter of these Scriptures. Pravachans are usually on a religious theme, usually the life of a saint or a story from one of India`s epics. Pravachans sometimes become very emotional.
Pravachan on the other hand interprets slokas and scriptures and does not involve as much singing. A Pravachan can take several days to interpret a single line from a sloka. Paruthiyur Krishna Sastri's Rasanishyandini is an example of a detailed Ramayana explanatory work.
"Acharya Ji is just perfect. He is special in all fields. I takes yoga classes from him Acharya Ji and my health have improved fully by yoga. No words for Acharya Ji. Just Great!"
Mr. Rohtash Rawat, Gurugram