Kavitha, who is a reputed author, renowned Tanjore style artist, Sanskrit language specialist, yoga practitioner, committed educator and philanthropist, informed the minister about her efforts to market Indian culture and heritage in Oman.
Kavitha presented him with an Omani khanjar and a copy of her not too long ago released book Tamoghna. The book celebrates the effective ancient Indian practice of yoga and its formidable therapeutic method surya namaskar (sun salutations).
Incidentally, the Ministry of AYUSH was formed in 2014 to make certain the optimal improvement and propagation of ayurveda, yoga and naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and homoeopathy. Kavitha has now been assigned a function from the Ministry of AYUSH to continue her study on surya namaskar.
Kavitha received the honour to function from the Ministry of AYUSH primarily based on her substantial study for her book Tamoghna which touches upon the history of yogic philosophy, essence of yoga practice and bargains particularly with vast advantages of surya namaskar.
Speaking about her meeting with the minister, Kavitha mentioned, “I am thankful for the opportunity and invitation to discuss my work with the honourable Minister of AYUSH Mr Shripad Naik. It was inspiring to see the work being done by the Ministry of AYUSH with focused attention for development of education and research in Indian systems of healthcare, particularly yoga.” She added, “It was a pleasure to short him about my function in the field of yoga and about my book
Tamoghna which is comprehensively grounded in yoga’s philosophical foundations. I am grateful for the likelihood to continue my study in the field which is really close to my heart.”
Tamoghna balances applicable and relevant details on surya namaskar which is a vibrant method inside the yogic repertoire. The book also focuses on the significance of performing sun salutation 108 instances and how it can invigorate the physique physically and hone the thoughts.
As a run-up to the release of Tamoghna, Kavitha had got an chance to apprise the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about her book throughout his pay a visit to to the sultanate final year.
Kavitha has been continually engaged in advertising close cultural ties in between India and Oman. She has set higher requirements although functioning on productive neighborhood initiatives.
She has also employed her knowledge in the ancient art type of Tanjore paintings to capture Oman’s wealthy heritage by portraying the country’s spectacular architecture, forts, mosques and jewellery. To produce an chance to master Sanskrit, Kavitha has been providing free of charge classes in Muscat. Along with making use of her proficiency in the art type of Tanjore to showcase India’s artistic magnificence in Oman, she conducts particular classes to teach the uncommon art without having any charge.
As an author, Kavitha has captured the distinctive character of Oman in a book in Kannada titled Na Kanda Muscat.
Arts, culture and neighborhood function connoisseur, Kavitha has been honoured with a number of prestigious awards.
Information Source: Muscat Daily