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 Japan Releases Postage Stamps On Indian Yoga Experts. 

Date of Publish - Thursday, 12th October 2017
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Acknowledging the role played by yoga legend Bishnu Charan Ghosh and his family members in spreading Indian postural yoga in Japan, the Japanese postal department has released postage stamps on four of Bengal’s famous exponents of the ancient Indian practice.

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