The country can only be healthy and civilized if its people are healthy and loyal, said renowned thinker Dr. Sampadanand Mishra, Chief Coordinator, Sanskrit and Indian Culture Sri Aurobindo Society, as he exhorted people to take up Karmyoga and Bhagwad Gita. 

The theme of the event was Benefits of reading Bhagwat Gita and practicing Yoga in Daily life, commenced with lightening the lamp by Dr Sampadanand. Dr. Sampananand Mishra received a warm welcome from the Dr. JD Singh- Director, staff members and students on his arrival in the school, here. The school campus resounded with the sound of “OM”. 

The jam-packed audience at the auditorium of the campus included students, faculty members, and staff. Dr. Sampadanand Mishra spoke at length on Karmyoga, Yoga, Story and MahaVakya of Bhagwad Gita. There were also other invitees who gathered to hear the man who brought again the Karmyoga in the society talk on Indian Wisdom for Health and Happiness’. 

Dr. Sampadanand Mishra said, “The corporate also try to do socially-relevant things through the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and there is now a new jargon for it too, Corporate Business Responsibility. Yes, sometimes some may not be doing great things, but at least they are taking baby steps. But yes, I would like to say that they should not use CSR just to build images but to indulge in genuine goodness.” 

Dr. JD Singh, Director Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida said, “A lot of people believe that, what goes around, comes around. I don’t agree. I believe in the philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita, if I do good karma, I don’t expect anything in return. I don’t believe bad people meet a bad fate. They’re destined to be bad, that's their karma.” “My happiness comes from being creative. When you create something beautiful, you’re one with the universe. I’m also happy when I’m with my students. I feel every moment in life is to be cherished”, he added. 

Emphasizing on student’s personality development Dr. Sampadanand Mishra said personality had a major role to play in our life. “Take balanced diet and practise yoga. Shun fast food and lead a simple life. One should have high dreams to achieve something in life. Don’t use mobile phones rather concentrate on studies.” He added. 

At the end Dr Sampadanand Mishra blessed the students and prayed for their success in life.