We are feeling delighted to announce that we have concluded our online yoga contest, Yoga4Heart, successfully. The contest continued for 33 days starting from the 11th of June to the 14th of July, on our Instagram page. The theme of the competition allowed the artists to draw on:
Yoga Asanas for a healthy heart
We received entries from 11 participants from different parts of the country, ranging from 15 years old to 25 years old, who portrayed their Yoga skills to spread awareness regarding a healthy heart. Their artworks reached around 16K people, and about 1.2K people interacted with us through comments and shared their views.
The main objective of the art contest was to spread awareness about the importance of Yoga and physical fitness in maintaining a healthy heart and body.
We concluded the contest on 14th of July with Prem Rajpurohit (@yogaartist.prem), bagging the first prize of cash reward worth Rs.1500, and Vaishnavi Sharma (@vaish_5944) bagging the second prize of cash reward worth Rs.1000 along with certificates of Appreciation.
Every contestant was at par with each other and displayed their skills in an elegant manner. We loved the enthusiasm with which the youth of our country proliferated the message of importance of physical fitness in our daily lifestyle. As a token of gratitude, other participants are also awarded an E-Certificate of participation for their outstanding contribution and magnificent effort towards the contest.
We heartily congratulate the winners and every participant from the contest for making this venture a successful one. We promise to bring such events ahead in the future.
Till then, stay tuned with us!
CardioArt, our first art contest continued for 30 days starting from the 10th of October to the 10th of November, on our Instagram page. The theme of the competition allowed the artists to draw on:
->The negative impact of modern lifestyle on the heart
->A healthy heart keeps you fit.
We received entries from 18 participants from different parts of the country, ranging from 10 years old to 25 years old, who portrayed their art skills to spread awareness regarding a healthy heart. Their artworks reached around 5K people, and about 400 people interacted with us through comments and shared their views.
The main objective of the art contest was to spread awareness about the heart and heart-related diseases along with scooping out artistic innovations.
On the occasion of Diwali, we concluded the contest with Swati Kumari (contestant no.7), bagging the first prize of cash reward worth Rs.1000, and Ruchi Ganesh Pandey (contestant no.14) bagging the second prize of cash reward worth Rs.500 along with certificates of appreciation. Further, other participants are also awarded a Certificate of participation for their outstanding contribution and magnificent effort towards the contest.
“The first step toward change is Awareness.”
Currently, one needs more awareness than vaccination to stay protected from COVID-19.
The webinar was conducted online on the Zoom platform on the 6th of December 2020, Sunday at 5 P.M.
Dr. Anand Agarwal, a Senior Cardiothoracic Surgeon and the founder of Save The Young Heart, was the moderator. The webinar was chaired by three main speakers:
Dr. Isha Bansal, a General Physician, guided us through the incidence of the second wave of corona in India.
Dr. Lalith Agarwal, an Interventional Cardiologist, enlightened us about the preventive measures one should take while he or she is indoor or outdoor.
Dr. Deepak Saha, a Senior Cardiologist, explained the pulmonary and cardiac manifestations of COVID-19.
Further, we had two guest speakers, Dr. Jitendra Agarwal and Dr. Praveen Saxena, who shared valuable tips to increase immunity and remain healthy.
Around 50-60 participants from different parts of India had joined the webinar and interacted with the doctors in the Question and Answer session. We had exhibited astounding 1.5 hours of discussion on the potential risk of the second wave of Corona in India.