City-based NGO Odanadi Seva Trust’s drive to make mindfulness against human trafficking got a lift with several volunteers taking an interest in a mass yoga program here.
Led as a major aspect of ‘Yoga Stops Traffic’ activity that is being held for a long time now, Mysuru has been one of the focuses where yoga was led and was a piece of a worldwide occasion to spread mindfulness against human trafficking. The activity in Mysuru was held at Palace Gate North inverse Chamaraja Circle and enabled volunteers to execute 108 surya namaskaras. Members were allowed to execute according to wellness levels.
Parashuram of Odanadi said 120 occasions were held crosswise over 40 nations on Sunday. “This was the ninth version of Yoga Stops Traffic and it made more noteworthy help” he included. The association, which is occupied with saving casualties of human trafficking and restoring them for a long time now, said the occasion has likewise helped raise reserves for restoration and systems administration with comparative associations.