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The Yoga Club at Gangadharpur Mahavidyamandir is a vibrant and inclusive community dedicated to promoting holistic well-being, physical fitness, mental clarity, and spiritual growth through the practice of yoga. Founded with a vision to create a space where students and faculty can come together to explore the ancient art of yoga, the club has grown to become a hub of positivity, tranquillity, and personal development on campus.

Led by experienced yoga instructors and enthusiasts, the Yoga Club offers a diverse range of yoga classes that cater to practitioners of all levels, from beginners to advanced students. The club’s weekly schedule includes a variety of yoga styles, such as Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin, and Restorative yoga, ensuring that there’s something for everyone. These classes are carefully designed to not only enhance physical flexibility and strength but also to foster mindfulness and stress relief, which are especially important for students juggling academics and other responsibilities.

Beyond physical postures, the Yoga Club also emphasizes the philosophical and meditative aspects of yoga. Members have the opportunity to learn about the history of yoga, its philosophy, and the different paths it offers for personal growth and self-discovery. Meditation and pranayama (breathing exercises) sessions are regularly integrated into the club’s activities, providing participants with tools to cultivate inner peace and mental clarity.

One of the standout features of the Yoga Club is its commitment to community engagement and social impact. The club frequently organizes outreach programs and workshops that aim to spread awareness about the benefits of yoga to the wider Mahavidyamandir community and even beyond.

The annual highlight of the Yoga Club is the “Yoga Day Celebration,” coinciding with the International Day of Yoga. This event brings together students, faculty and non-teaching staffs for a day filled with yoga classes, workshops, talks by experts, and cultural performances. It’s a celebration of unity, wellness, and the power of yoga to connect people from all walks of life.


  • To enable the student to have good health.
  • To Practice mental hygiene.
  • To possess emotional stability.
  • To integrate moral values.
  • To attain higher level of consciousness.


  • The main aim is to gain balance and control in one’s life.
  • It provides a sense of calm that comes from the practice of yogic exercises and the practice of breath control


Incharge of YOGA Club: Smt Debashri Jana, SACT(Sanskrit)


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