In This Issue
Women & Bone Health
Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones become weak and brittle, increasing the risk of fractures in the spine, wrists and hips. Because of hormonal changes that occur during menopause, women over the age of 50 years are more likely to have weak bones than men. What can we do about it? Understanding bone health, physical activity and nutrition – all play a role.
Yoga has great potential to improve Women’s health
Of the two sexes that God has created, man and woman, the greater responsibility rests on the woman. Be it a home maker, or a working woman with children and a family to take care of, the woman is the “backbone” that keeps the household running smoothly and efficiently, like a well- oiled machine. It is not rare to come across a collapsed home with neglected children, neglected elders, neglected cleanliness and hygiene, when the woman has been travelling or has not been around!
The Kamakhya Temple, which is situated on the Neelachal Parbat or Kamagiri in the city of Guwahati, is one of its several religious landmarks in the state of Assam. The Kamakhya Temple was constructed in reverence to Goddess Kamakhya or Sati, who was one of the incarnations of Goddess Durga or Goddess Shakti. It is an important pilgrimage destination for Hindus and Tantric worshippers.
Unique Conclave Brings Leaders Together to Act for the Cause of Water
The Art of Living joined hands with iTV Network to create a unique, high voltage conclave ’Aakhri Boond – Water Wars and Future of Cities’ to drive conversations and commit towards the urgent need of water conservation and management to combat the impending water crisis. The event convened on 16 December 2019, at the Vishalakshi Mantap, The Art of Living International Centre in Bengaluru.