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Yoga camp on a cruise!
New Delhi | Wednesday, May 14 2008 IST
 
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From giving yoga classes in mountains, Guru Ramdev has now moved to sea. He will now conduct yoga lessons on board a cruise. The week-long programme will begin off Hong Kong on board one of Asia Pacific's biggest cruise liners -- 'Super Star Virgo Cruise' -- from June 1, for which about 1000 yoga learners have enrolled. The cruise will move from Hong Kong to Sanya, China and then to Halong Bay, Vietnam and Xiamen in China and then back to Hong Kong.

While Ramdev will conduct yoga classes early in the morning, he will answer queries related various physical, mental and spiritual issues during the 'samadhan' programmes to be held for participants in the evening.

Giving details about the cost slabs, Mr Sushil Goenka, secretary of the Vishwa Jagriti Mission Trust, Kolkata, one of the organisers of the camp, said the executive class accommodation would cost around Rs 1.4 lakh while other packages range from Rs 1.23 lakh to Rs 71,000. The costs include return economy class group airfare, all airport taxes, double entry tourist visa to China and single entry Vietnam tourist visa fee and two nights' stay in hotels in Hong Kong and five nights' stay on cruise on twin-sharing basis.

Ramdev's Patanjali Yog Peeth, Hardwar, is also a co-organiser of the programme.

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