Know Why Yoga is The Best Thing One Should Adapt in Life

Know Why Yoga is The Best Thing One Should Adapt in Life

योग रखेगा आपको कोरोना वायरस से दूर | Keep Corona Virus at Bay | International Yoga Day 2020

Due to this Coronavirus pandemic, Yoga has gained worldwide popularity. As we all know, YOGA is an ancient and spiritual way of improving your physical health and keeping your mental health at peace.

As there is already a rat race going on for developing vaccines and medicines for fighting against coronavirus all over the world. So, even India came up with some solutions such as Yoga and medicinal herbs.

Yoga helps in de-stressing your body and helps improve your immunity. A person with stronger immunity can fight any type of infection or virus and can overcome it.

Even the Ministry of AYUSH released some circulars that mentioned on how to boost your immunity with ayurvedic and herbal medicines.

Ministry of AYUSH
Credits: Ministry of AYUSH

Ministry of AYUSH has launched “Yoga at Home, Yoga With Family” Campaign during COVID-19 spread. There is a trainer-led Session going to be telecasted on Doordarshan channel on 21st of June, 6.30 am

Not only that, but there is also a show running called “Corona Se Jung, Ramdev Ke Sung” where Swami Ramdev tells all the possible ways in which a person can fight with this Coronavirus infection.

He has also launched a medicine called Coronil, made with Giloy, Ashwagandha, and Tulsi which has been proved to be helpful in treating the Coronavirus infection.

Also, Swami Ramdev has stressed over Yogasanas, he says if you practice yoga daily for at least 30 minutes, you can be disease-free. Forget about Corona, no virus can attack you!

Let’s dig deep and see what all he has recommended to practice daily:

First of all, he mentioned that Pranayama can do wonders. Pranayama consists of 


Sit serenely in the Padmasana or Sukhasana present with eyes shut

Take full breaths through the two nostrils and fill the lungs with air and afterward breathe out.

Breathe in profoundly and breathe out totally.

Repeat this method for 3-5 times.


Credits: World Peace Yoga School

Sit in a comfortable yogic stance.

Make a suitable hand gesture

Inhale deep (First breath)

Exhale active & Inhale passively

Repeat & Relax.

Anulom Vilom


Take breath in from left nostril shutting right nostril with thumb and exhale out from right nostril shutting left nostril with ring finger and center finger.

At that point, take in from right nostril shutting left nostril with center finger and ring finger and exhale out from left nostril shutting right nostril with thumb.



Sit in a quiet and very much ventilated corner and close your eyes.

Spot your forefingers on your ears directly at the cartilage.

Take in and keeping in mind that breathing out press the cartilage with your fingers. Keep the cartilage squeezed while making a noisy murmuring sound like a honey bee.

Take in again and out and proceed with a similar pattern for around 6-7 times.



Close your eyes. Breathe in and Breathe out slowly chanting the Pavitra Mantra OM. Repeat it for 3-5 times everyday.



Close the mouth and constrict the throat (the glottis — a piece of larynx).

Make a short exhalation and afterward begin breathing in—gradually and musically.

Permit the air to go through the tightened throat, making a “friction sound”.

Keep breathing in till a feeling of fullness is felt in the chest.

Retain the inhaled air for a time of 6 seconds.

Ensure that while sitting, spine, head and neck is maintained erect.

Facial muscles are relaxed and the nose isn’t tightened. Inhalation is slow and rhythmic – long, whole, and without jerks.

Presently breathe out as normally as could reasonably be expected – slowly.

Take few normal breaths and unwind.

Sheetali / Sitali


Sit on the ground in the situation of Sukhasana or padmasana.

Presently roll your tongue from both the sides to make a cylinder shape.

Presently breathe in profoundly through this tongue tube.

Close your mouth and hold your breath for few moments.

Presently breathe out from the nostrils.

Rehash this for 8-10 times.

Secondly, comes Yogasanas such as 



Take in and raise your toes tenderly and attempt to adjust your body behind you. Stretch your shoulders, arms and chest upwards while your toes bear your body weight.

Feel the stretch in your body from the head to the feet. Hold this posture for around 5 to 10 seconds and afterward tenderly breathe out.


Credits: Helen Sherlock Yoga

Distance your legs hip-width separated.

Breathe in and gradually raise your arms upwards.

Breathe out and gradually twist the trunk forward from your hips till your hands arrive at your feet.

Next, place the palms of your hands under the soles.

Elbows remain marginally bowed pointing outwards.

Loosen up the shoulders and let the arms unwind.


Credits: Very Well Fit

Stand straight

Broaden your arms and twist

Eyes up the skies

Breathe in and breathe out

Statue for 1 moment


Sit with your legs loosened up. Keep your torso, neck and head in an orderly fashion.

Inhale out. Twist your knees and bring the feet towards your pelvis.

Ensure that the lower some portion of your perineum, pelvis and pubic bones are uniformly situated.

Close your eyes or focus visual perception on the tip of the nose



Loosen up the body in Mountain Pose taking a couple of full breaths.

Breathe out and push your torso ahead from the hips, not the midsection.

Keep on twisting till your hands contact your feet. Take a couple of breaths.

Stretch your hips and twist further (without stressing the body).

Spot the palm of your hands by the side of your feet.

Bring your forehead to your knees.Close your eyes and loosen up the body.

Take profound and moderate breaths. Hold the position for a couple of moments.

As you hold the posture, tenderly attempt to extend the spine further.

Chakki Asana


Beginning with your legs separated, back as straight as could be expected under the circumstances, feet somewhat flexed. Interlock your fingers and stretch your arms and come advances as much as you could.

Reach for the toes of the left foot and begin to move around moving from your hip joint at your pelvis like you are drawing a nonexistent circle.



To begin the posture, lie on your stomach and place your forehead on the floor.

You can have your feet together, or hip width separated.

Keep the highest points of your feet squeezing against the floor.

Spot your hands underneath your shoulders, keeping your elbows near your body.

Step your shoulder bones back and down, and attempt to keep up this all through the posture.

Draw your pubic bone towards the floor to balance out your lower back, and press your feet effectively onto the floor.

With the following breathe in, begin lifting your head and chest off the floor. Be aware of opening the chest, and don’t put the entirety of your weight onto your hands. Keep the elbows gently bowed and keep the back muscles working. Take your hands off from the floor for a second to perceive what is an agreeable, viable tallness for you.

Keep your shoulders loose.

With breathe out lower yourself back onto the ground.

Take 2-3 rounds of breathing in yourself up into the cobra, and breathing out down to the floor. At that point hold for 2-3 full breaths, and return. Lay on the floor for a couple of breaths, or make the most of Child’s posture as a delicate counter posture.



Sit in Vajrasana.

Put your left palm on your navel region and the correct palm over the left one.

Breathe in profoundly.

Breathe out and twist forward and take appropriate stretch on your naval region through your palms.

Hold the posture as long as possible.


Credits: Yoga Journal

Remain on the knees. Keep the thighs completely straight.

Keep the knees and feet together.

Lean in the backward direction. Gradually move all the more in reverse. Arrive at the correct heel with the correct hand, and the left heel with the left hand. Abstain from stressing the body.

Push the hips the forward way. The thighs ought to be kept vertical.

At that point twist the head and the spine as in reverse and as farther as conceivable without stressing.

Loosen up the body and the muscles of the back.

Support the same body weight similarly on the legs and arms.

Keep the arms so that they anchor the shoulders to keep up the back curve.

Remain similarly situated for whatever length of time that you think that its agreeable.

At that point discharge the hands from the heels individually and come back to the beginning position. Unwind and take full breaths.


Credits: Yoga Kala

Lie down straight on your back.

Spread two hands at the degree of your shoulders and keep palms open.

Overlay your correct leg and keeping in mind that taking in (breathing in), go to one side as much as you could.

Turn your neck to the correct side and hold this situation for few moments.


Credits: Bali Yoga School

First lie down on your yoga mat, with your feet together and your arms on the sides.

Keep your arms straight and your fingers outstretched towards your toes.

Begin Inhaling and as you breathe out, lift your chest and feet off the ground, extending your arms towards your feet.



Lie down on your back,Legs ought to be isolated.

Keep your arms next to you and your palms looking up.

Close your eyes and inhale profoundly and gradually through the nostrils.

Begin concentrating from your head to your feet. …

On each breathing in and breathing out, believe that your body is completely relaxed.


Yoga has proved to be helpful in fighting with the Coronavirus infection as Swami Ramdev and his team have treated many Corona patients with medicinal herbs and the daily practice of Yoga only. The patients have recovered in 5-14 days only. So, stick to Yoga for not just fighting with Coronavirus rather for keeping healthy forever!

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