Yoga is an ancient Indian way of life which includes practicing certain postures, breathing techniques, and meditation.
These days children experience stress and mental health challenges due to the exposure of globalization. There is also increased pressure to succeed in school, partly due to increased competition but also a diverse range of options available for young people in contemporary times than in the past.
Diya India Foundation has started regular Yoga Classes in its school Chetan Vidya Mandir.
Yoga may help children and young people cope with stress and thus, contribute positively to balance in life, well-being, and mental health
Our mission is to empower the students to be agile physically and mentally.
Diya India Foundation in association with Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi celebrated 1st Children's Heart Day on 13th November 2016 at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Auditorium, New Delhi.
The programme started with lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest Prof. Dr. D.S. Rana, Chairman, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Prof. Dr S.C. Manchanda (Founder, Diya India Foundation), Mrs Jayanti Dalmia (Chairperson, Dalmia Foundation) and Miss. Pinki Rani Jangra. The distinguished guest was welcomed with bouquets.
Miss Pinki Rani Jangra Bronze Medalist, Glassgow Commonwealth games 2014 was announced as the Goodwill Ambassador of Diya India Foundation.
Padmashree Prof. S.C. Manchanda, Chairman Diya India Foundation, in his speech, welcomed the guests and read out the achievments of Diya India Foundation.
The Program started with the Parental Interaction with Pediatric Cardiac Sciences team that included scar management, psychological issues of children and their families related to such surgeries. The parents also discussed their concerns and worries with the surgeons and psychiatrist.
The cultural programme started with the dance performance by the students of Diya India Foundation followed by magic show and balloon making. The vibrancy of the dances, the captivating costumes and the riveting performances held the audience spellbound. The programme received a tremendous applause from the audience.
The Chief Guest lauded Dr.Raja Joshi, Dr. NeerajAggarwal, Dr. MridulAggarwal and team for their efforts.
To give an auspicious start to the beautiful festival of lights, A yummy feast “Bhandara” was organized in our school ChetanVidyaMandir. Continuing our legacy to seek blessings of god before Diwali, A small pooja followed by Bhandara was organized for all the children of ChetanPlayway School and ChetanVidyaMandir School along with staff and teachers.
Teachers served the food to all children and everyone enjoyed the delightful treat of Bhandara.
The whole Chetan Vidya Mandir School wore a festive look with diyas adorning the corridors in bright colours. The rangoli done by students added the perfect setting to the festivity. The teachers distributed gifts to the entire student. The students were happy and delighted to have their Diwali Gifts .Besides sensitizing students to the ill-effects of crackers; they also shared the guidelines on being safe while bursting them. The students showcased the spirit of Diwali through a mesmerising dance performance and continued their joy in sharing the sweets with each other. Thus, everyone went home carrying the message of love, peace and joy of the festival.