The banking holidays depend on festivals being observed in specific states and might differ from one state to the other
Banks will remain closed in most parts of the country from today(13 April) till 16 April due to various festivals, according to the the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) holiday calendar. These holidays are declared under Negotiable Instruments Act. The banking holidays depend on festivals being observed in specific states and might differ from one state to the other.
Banks to remain closed from 13 April-16 April
Banks to remain closed on 13 April
Gudhi Padwa/Telugu New Year's Day/Ugadi Festival/Sajibu Nongmapanba (Cheiraoba)/1st Navratra/Baisakhi
Banks will remain closed in Belapur, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Imphal, Jammu, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji, Srinagar.
Banks to remain closed on14 April
Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti/Tamil New Year's Day/Vishu/Biju Festival/Cheiraoba/Bohag Bihu
Banks to remain closed on 15 April
Himachal Day/Bengali New Year’s Day/Bohag Bihu/Sarhul
Banks will remain closed in Agartala, Guwahati, Kolkata, Ranchi and Shimla
Banks to remain closed on 16 April
Banks will remain closed in Guwahati
Apart from these banks will remain closed on 21 April and 24 April on account of Ram Navmi and Second Saturday respectively. Bank holidays depend on festivals being observed in specific states and might differ from one state to the other.
Negative RT-PCR report needed to enter Himachal Pradesh after April 16
Himachal Pradesh joins Delhi, Assam, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Gujarat and Karnataka who have also issued similar orders following the rise in cases of the coronavirus disease across the nation.
By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Shankhyaneel Sarkar
PUBLISHED ON APR 11, 2021 06:38 PM IST
A healthcare worker gets a sample of a swab for the COVID-19 test, in Lahaul Spiti. (ANI)
The Himachal Pradesh government said on Sunday it will issue a directive asking people travelling to the state from Punjab, Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh to carry a negative RT-PCR Covid-19 test report after April 16, the chief minister’s office said. The decision was taken after Himachal Pradesh chief minister Jai Ram Thakur reviewed the Covid-19 situation in the state, his office said.
Himachal Pradesh issued a similar order for people entering the state on Friday but it only made negative RT-PCR tests mandatory for labourers of other states entering the state’s Spiti valley for work. It also asked contractors to present the negative RT-PCR tests before entering the valley.
The state over the past week has imposed fresh restrictions on gatherings as well due to a surge in Covid-19 cases. The government on Tuesday restricted gatherings at marriage ceremonies to 50 people indoors and with a maximum of 200 for outdoors. It also said that only 50 people will be allowed to attend funerals.
Himachal Pradesh reported 941 cases of Covid-19 on Saturday, which took the state’s tally to 69,114. The state also reported 12 fresh fatalities and now its death toll stands at 1,102.
Delhi, Assam, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Gujarat and Karnataka have also issued similar orders following the rise in cases of the coronavirus disease across the nation. Delhi on Saturday made the RT-PCR test mandatory for people entering from Maharashtra. The Odisha government on Thursday said any person entering the state via rail, road or air will have to present a Covid-19 negative test report. Assam took similar measures last Sunday making the RT-PCR test mandatory for people entering the state from Mumbai and Bengaluru. Neighbouring state Uttarakhand made the negative RT-PCR test report mandatory on arrival on March 30 after witnessing a surge in the number of cases.
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There are many everyday things you do wrong. From brushing your teeth to basic breathing, you certainly do it the wrong way. In this video, I covered three myths. In the first part, I explained you about the standard duration of brushing i.e 2 minutes, that is needed for the toothpaste to work. The life of the toothbrush that you use is actually less than three months. A lot of people use toothbrush for even more than a year. So, according to the fact, you should change your toothbrush every 3 months. In the second part of the video, I presented you the facts about the benefit of belly breathing. It is very good for your mind and body. In the third section, I showed you the right way to wear your earphones. Yes, you guys even wear the earphones the wrong way! So, watch the video and enjoy!
Nemours Speech Pathologists Demonstrate Belly Breathing - or Diaphragmatic Breathing
• Diaphragmatic breathing is also called “belly breathing.” It’s a deep breath that tells the nervous system to calm down.
• When babies are born, they naturally breathe from the belly. But, as kids get older, they start to breathe more shallowly from the chest.
• (Demonstrate belly vs chest breathing)
• We are going to learn belly breathing in 3 different positions.
• First, let’s begin by lying comfortably down on our backs. Put one hand on your chest and one on your belly. Take a slow deep breath through your nose and feel your belly rise. Breathe out and feel your belly flatten. Try to keep the hand on your chest as still as possible. Repeat for 10 breaths.
o Place a small object on your belly instead of your hand. Notice it how it moves up and down.
• Next, stand up straight. Put one hand on your chest and one on your belly. Breathe in slowly through your nose and feel your belly rise. Breathe out and feel your belly flatten. Try to keep the hand on your chest as still as possible. Repeat for 10 breaths.
• Finally, sit in a comfortable position. Place one hand on your chest and one on your belly. Breathe in slowly through your nose and feel your belly rise. Breathe out and feel your belly flatten. Try to keep the hand on your chest as still as possible. Repeat for 10 breaths.
• These are the steps to learn belly breathing. Eventually you will want learn to do belly breathing while exercising.
• Practice belly breathing in all 3 positions (lying down, sitting, and standing) twice daily, Complete 10 good belly breaths in each position.
o The more you practice, the sooner diaphragmatic breathing will become your “automatic” breathing pattern once again!
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We do it as long as we live but mostly aren't aware of it: breathing. In his talk Lucas breaks down the fundamentals of yoga breathing in a way that you can easily remember and apply to your practice. Lucas shows us how three breathing practices - water, whiskey, or coffee -
can be used as a tool and help us to overcome any situation.
With a formal yoga training background in Hot Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Gravity Yoga, and the Yoga Trapeze®, Lucas has studied with some of the most well-respected teachers on the planet. His most influential teachers (all of whom he studied with personally) include Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, Paul Dallaghan, Alex Medin, Gabriel Cousens MD, and SN Goenka.
Lucas founded Absolute Yoga Academy in 2006, one of the top 10 yoga teacher training schools in the world with 2,000 certified teachers (and counting) and courses in Thailand, Holland, the United Kingdom, and the Philippines.
In search of nutritional products designed specifically for achy yoga students’ bodies, Lucas worked with senior nutritional formulator Paul Gaylon and founded YOGABODY Naturals in the back of his yoga studio a year later. The company has gone from strength to strength and is now a world-renowned nutrition, education, and publishing organization serving 81 countries.
In 2013, Lucas founded YOGABODY Fitness, a revolutionary new yoga studio business model that pays teachers a living wage and demystifies yoga by making the mind-body healing benefits of the practice accessible to everyone.
A foodie at heart, Lucas was a vegan chef and owned and operated health food restaurants prior to diving deep into the yoga world. He is also a highly acclaimed writer, radio show host, TV personality, business consultant, weight loss expert, and health coach. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at TEDx Program
4:09 - Water breathing - 4:4 - anytime/ all day 5:27 - Whiskey breathing - 4:8 - before sleep 7:02 - Coffee breathing - 0-20x - 3 rounds on Morning - before workout - afternoon