Reviving rich heritage of India I felt very happy to learn that from the last about two decades, Bharatiya Prakratik Chikitsa and Yoga Sansthan is actively engaged in the wider fields of yoga and naturopathy in India and abroad focusing their development, demonstration, promotion, propagation, research, training and publication to revive the rich heritage coming down to us from our great seers, the beacons of great human learning and practical fruitful experience. The dire need of the day is to effectively and successfully fetch the desired relief to the suffering of humanity which is undergoing various troublesome complications and resultant disorders having crept into our bodies by stages.It is basically due to dreadful result of widespread fast food, vicious thinking, polluted environment, unchecked adulteration in edibles and haphazard haste in every day living. Remaining healthy is the greatest bliss of Mother Nature manifesting a pious canvass of Almighty God’s love in its purest form. The track leading to it needs concentrated attention with utmost priority. Simple and steady natural daily life routine with sincere attitude keeps human life energetic, preserve strength thereby increasing flow of smooth human life-spam. This many enable one to acquire bright divine light giving a clear message of ray of hope for the people caught in the pitch darkness of ignorance and despair. On the other side, staggering and unbridled way of life may lead one to a painful suffering ending up having led a purposeless life.
—MM Prabhakar, N-85, Dwarkapuri, Navin Shahdara, Delhi-32
With Congress, dark day of Emergency are close The Congress and its leaders have lost the right to talk about the tenets of democracy or Constitution. It is high time that Kapil Sibals and Digvijay Singhs of the most discredited government even should be told that it is abhorring to see them passing sermons on the norms and procedures of parliamentary democracy. The Congress is indeed committed to a policy of extra-constitutionalism while a blatant disregard for norms and ethics. The Congress in its present form can very well take us back to the ‘Dark Dayof Emergency’.
—Mahesh Chandra Sharma, E-198, Panki, Kanpur
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