Each day of the Convention will be dedicated to a particular theme.
- Inaugural day
Yoga as a science for the evolution of consciousness and a method to improve the quality of life
- Wed 23 Oct
- Yoga in health, therapy and social application
- Thu 24 Oct
- Yoga in education: samskaras and developing creative expressions
- Fri 25 Oct
- Yoga and lifestyle
- Sat 26 Oct
- Vision of yoga as the global culture of tomorrow
- Sun 27 Oct
“Yoga is going to be the culture of humanity and no power on earth can make yoga retrace its steps.”
Sri Swami Satyananda
The daily Convention program will include a morning session from 8 am to 11 am, during which various speakers will deliver discourses dedicated to different concepts and applications of yoga in the presence of Swami Niranjanananda and Swami Satyasangananda.
From 12 pm to 3 pm each day numerous workshops will be presented by doctors, scientists, researchers, educationists and proponents of yoga. These workshops will explore the ways in which yoga is being applied in society for health and well-being, education and development, spiritual upliftment and the integration of yoga in daily life.
On a selected day from 12 pm to 3 pm, delegates will be invited to attend the Golden Jubilee celebrations at Ganga Darshan Vishwa Yogapeeth. This will include the rare and important opportunity to participate in havan in the sacred grounds of Akhara, and to join in akhand kirtan in the Satyam Vatika amphitheatre. Delegates will also be able to visit the unparalleled exposition of books on yoga and spiritual life, featuring many new releases and special commemorative texts.
The evening session from 4 pm to 7 pm will include presentations and lectures by speakers and acharyas, as well as Katha on the Nine Yogeshwara which will be delivered by Swami Girishanand of Saket Dham, Jabalpur.