Patanjali Yog Peeth Trust has the following vision:
Mrs Sunita Poddar was appointed a trustee of the Nepal Trust in 2007 and her pioneering work has helped it become one of the largest and fastest growing charitable organisations internationally.
Mrs Poddar believes Yog has been her saviour in overcoming her own health complications and providing her with an inner strength and confidence to fulfil her desire to help others. She believes in Swami Ramdev Ji's mantra that "good health is the birthright of mankind" and is inspired by his vision of humanity evolving towards a healthier, more joyful and peaceful world.
In August 2009, Sam and Sunita acquired a 684 acre Scottish island situated in the Firth of Clyde off the Ayrshire coast, and have donated to the Trust in order to establish the first dedicated International Yog centre outside of India.
PYP (Nepal) Trust is inspired by Swami Ramdev Maharaj,
the world's leading, most popular, successful
results-oriented yog master.He has become a household name in India owing to his ability to
Yogarishi Swami Ramdevji maharaj was born to Smt. Gulab Devi and Shri Ram Niwas in a village of Haryana. He had his early education in a village school. At the age of 14 he was admitted to the Gurukul
Shradheya Acarya Balkrishna, a great scholar of Ayurveda, sanskrit language and grammar, and the Vedas, was born to Smt. Sumitra Devi and Shri Jay Vallabh.A simple and unassuming versatile genius,
Mrs Sunita Poddar was appointed a trustee of the UK Trust in 2007 and her pioneering work has helped it become one of the largest and fastest growing charitable organisations internationally.