Nikhat Parveen, Delhi Transporting you from the bustling streets of New Delhi to the vibrant culinary landscape of Seoul, the Sinsa Seoul Cafe in Satya Niketan emerges as a hidden gem, a harmonious convergence of cultures. Nestled amidst the bustling lanes, this Korean food haven casts a spell with its tantalizing aromas and captivating ambience….
Suparna Mitra (Kolkata, West Bengal), Aanchal Tekriwal (Mahagama, Jharkhand), Monisha Mondal (Greater Noida West, Uttar Pradesh): The origin of Yoga lies in ancient India. It’s a Sanskrit word, which means to join or to unite, symbolizing the union of a person’s body and consciousness. Yoga has long been recognized as India’s gift to the global culture of wellness and got its universal appeal on 11th December 2014. The United Nations proclaimed 21 June as the International Day of Yoga. The year 2021 marks the 7th Annual International Yoga Day where several activities and events took place in both India and South Korea thereby uniting both the cultures together. Let’s see how this day was celebrated in India and South Korea this year.