SRM University-AP takes part in Celebrating the Rivers of India

celebrating the rivers of indiaThe students, faculty, and other staff members of SRM University-AP spent a memorable evening on the banks of River Krishna as a part of Celebrating the Rivers of India.

As a part of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, the Ministry of Jal Shakti, Government of India, organises various programmes on the theme Celebrating the Rivers of India. This revitalising excursion organised by the Department of Student Affairs at SRM AP was held in honour of the fourth largest river at Manthena Satyanarayana Arogyalayam, Thullur, Vijayawada.

Dr Manthena Satyanarayana introduced the gathering to the practice of naturopathic medicine which is based on modern and traditional, scientific, and empirical methods. Dr Gangadhar, Ms Chaitanya and Dr Prema led a short rejuvenating yoga and meditation session for the participants.

The practitioners at the Arogyalayam were honoured with stoles and mementos as tokens of appreciation. Dr R Premkumar-Registrar, Directors of various departments, and Deans of schools were present on the occasion.

Arogyalayam Research Centre advocates protecting health by increasing the level of immunity and enhancing life-force (praana sakti) amidst very pleasing natural environs, with the help of experts and experienced personnel, under the overall supervision of Dr Manthena Satyanarayana.

“The waterfront and the refreshing greenery of nature heals our mind and soul in this stressful modern-day life”, said Prof V S Rao, Vice-chancellor, SRM University-AP. The event, organised for Celebrating the Rivers of India, gave the participants an opportunity to unwind, relish the view of boats gliding smoothly on the river, enjoy the lush bushes growing all around, and do yoga in the delightful breeze with serene atmosphere.

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