Patanjali Yogpeeth

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Patanjali Yogpeeth
Patanjali yogpeeth entrance.jpg
Entrance to the Yogpeeth
Location Haridwar, India
Sadbhawana Main Building

Patanjali Yogpeeth in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, is one of the largest yoga institutes in India. Named after the guru Patañjali, the institute is Ramdev's flagship project. Its purpose is to practise, research and develop yoga and ayurveda, as well as manufacture ayurvedic medicines. It is also the home of the University of Patanjali. Acharya Balkrishna is the General Secretary of Patanjali Yogpeeth. [1] [2]

Located on the Haridwar-Delhi highway at Kankhal, very near to Roorkee, Patanjali Yogpeeth offers treatments for all and has residential accommodation. Pantanjali Yogpeeth is about 20 km from Haridwar at Kankhal and about 15 km from Roorkee.[3][4]

University of Patanjali[edit]

YogBhavan[edit]

Research[edit]

Inside the Campus library a special area is dedicated for the research of yoga & ayurveda. Various ancient books are being restored and digitized.

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