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‘Namaste March’ in Delhi to ward off Coronavirus

‘Namaste March’ in Delhi to ward off Coronavirus

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 March 2020 10:27 AM GMT

NEW DELHI: The first-ever of its kind, a cultural procession for health named ‘Namaste March’ was taken out in the vicinity of Laxmi Nagar in the national capital on Saturday to make people aware about ways to ward off the contagious Covid-19 which is wreaking havoc all over the world.

The peaceful mass awakening program was set off under the social leadership of noted author and activist Dr. Birbal Jha, appealing to both national and international audiences to revert to or adopt the Indian culture of greeting with Namaste, instead of other greetings that engage handshaking or hugging or any kind of physical contacts. “Don’t scare the people, rather care for them given the outbreak of coronavirus. Adding to that, the yogic Namaste, taken from Anjali Mudra of Pranamasana, meaning I bow to the divine in you is both preventive and curative when it comes to dealing with the virus of no sure cure”, said Dr. Birbal Jha in a release.

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