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VC Prof. (Dr.) B.R. Sharma was awarded the prestigious ‘Yoga Amrit Ratna Samman’ at the National Conference on ‘Role of Yogis in Indian Independence Movement’ organized by Dept. of Yogic Science, Gurukula Kangri, Haridwar & sponsored by ICCSR & ICHR
BY Directorate of Student Affaits
Sri Sri University
Prof. (Dr.) B.R. Sharma, a highly acclaimed personality in the field of Yoga Education and Research, is the Vice Chancellor of Sri Sri University, Cuttack, Odisha since March 31, 2022. With over 38 years of experience in the field of Yoga, Dr. Sharma has dedicated his life to promoting and advancing the understanding and practice of yoga.
In recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field of yoga, Dr. Sharma was awarded the prestigious ‘Yoga Amrit Ratna Samman’ at the National Conference on ‘Role of Yogis in Indian Independence Movement’ organized by the Department of Yogic Science, Gurukula Kangri, Haridwar, and sponsored by ICCSR & ICHR. The award is a testament to Dr. Sharma’s immense knowledge and expertise in the field of yoga and his tireless efforts to promote the practice of yoga in India and around the world.
The conference, which was organized to discuss the role of yogis in the Indian independence movement, was held at Gurukula Kangri, a deemed university located in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India. The university, founded in 1902 by Swami Shraddhanandaji, is a leading institution in the field of yoga education and research in India.
ICCSR and ICHR, which sponsored the conference, are two prominent organizations under the Ministry of Education, Government of India. ICCSR, the Indian Council of Cultural Relations, is responsible for promoting cultural exchange and understanding between India and other countries. ICHR, the Indian Council of Historical Research, is responsible for promoting historical research in India and maintaining the standards of research in the field.
Overall, Prof. (Dr.) B.R. Sharma’s achievements and contributions to the field of Yoga Education and Research have brought him international recognition and respect. His dedication and passion for yoga have helped to promote the practice of yoga not just in India but also around the world. As the Vice Chancellor of Sri Sri University, his leadership and vision will continue to shape and influence the future of yoga education and research in India