ABYOGSMS stands for “AKHIL BHARTIYA YOG SHIKSHAK MANAVADHIKAR SAMITI” which is an initiative to form unity among all yogic organizations with vision to stand for Human Rights of Yoga Professionals. It is an independent department of Yog Front Organization which deals with all Yogic Rights. Where any one can raise issue related to Yogic Human Rights. Our team will raise those issues and problems in front of YFO team where we collectively work for solutions.  


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Truthfulness and loyalty are very important parts of life as well as yoga, so loyalty is most important when we work to bring positive change in the field of yoga and our lifestyle.


We believe in maintaining credibility and transparency in our work. So there is transparency in all our activities and this is what we want from our members as well.


Our main objective is to fight for the rights of Yoga Professionals and bring them justice, for this vision, we have formed this committee to bring representatives of all Yoga organizations under one roof.


There are some principles, rules and regulations always needed on which the future and justice depends. For this, there is a great need for legislation, rules and regulations in the field of yoga as well. On the basis of which everyone will get justice.


Human rights are those rights which are fundamental for the survival of people and their life. Human rights have been instilled in society right from the starting of human civilization. Especially the concept of  ‘वसुधैव कुटुम्बकम्‘ contains the soul of human civilization. The ‘Rig Veda‘, the oldest document of the Indians declared all human creatures are equal & respect each other’s human rights. The ‘Atharva Veda’ advocated the same thing. In addition to this, ancient India focused on the principle that one person’s right is another person’s obligation.

समानी व आकूति: समाना ह्रदयानि व:। समानमस्तु वो मनो यथा व: सुसहासति॥

Rigveda 8.49.4

Mean:- United be your purpose, harmonious be your feelings, collected be your mind, in the same way as all the various aspects of the universe exist in togetherness, wholeness.

विद्याविनयसम्पन्ने ब्राह्मणे गवि हस्तिनि | शुनि चैव श्वपाके च पण्डिता: समदर्शिन: || 18||

Mean:- The truly learned, with the eyes of divine knowledge, see with equal vision a Brahmin, a cow, an elephant, a dog, and a dog-eater.

Human rights are the basic rights available to any human being by virtue of his birth in human race. It is inherent in all human beings irrespective of their nationality, religion, language, sex, colour or any other consideration. The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 defines Human Rights as: “human rights” means the rights relating to life, liberty, equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or embodied in the International Covenants and enforceable by courts in India”.

On January 24, 1947, Constituent Assembly voted to form an advisory committee on Fundamental Rights with Sardar Patel as the Chairman. Drafted list of rights were prepared by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, B. N. Rau, K. T. Shah, Harman Singh, K. M. Musnshi and the Congress expert committee. Although there were few amendments proposed, there was almost no disagreement on the principles incorporated. The rights in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights were almost completely covered in the Indian Constitution either in Fundamental Rights or Directive Principles of State Policy. Nineteen fundamental rights were covered in Motilal Nehru Committee Report, 1928 out of which ten appear in the Fundamental Rights whereas three of them appear as Fundamental Duties.

The work of the Commission is carried out through three wings:

  1. Administrative Wing
  2. Judicial Wing
  3. Investigation Wing

COI wise Articles and Work.

Brief Description of ProvisionCOI
Right to workArticle 41
Equal Pay for equal workArticle 39(d)
Right to living wage and descent standard for life.Article 43
Humane conditions of work and maternity leave.Article 42
Faculties and opportunities to children for prevention against exploitation.Article 39(f) 
Improving public health and raise level of nutrition and standard of living. Article 47
Compulsory education for childrenArticle 45 
Protection of interests of minoritiesArticle 29(1) & 30

As per law commission have to work accordingly 

Matters Covered In The Jurisdiction

  • All rights relating to the life, liberty equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or embodied in the International Covenants and enforceable by courts in India.
  • Matters Not Covered in Jurisdiction of the Commission
    Commission shall not inquire into any matter after the expiry of one year from the date on which the act constituting violation of human rights is alleged to have been committed.
  • Commission shall not inquire into any matter which is pending before any other commission duly constituted under law. For the time being in force.
  • Matters which are vague or anonymous
  • Matters of frivolous or trivial nature
  • Personal matters like disputes between landlord and tenant, conjugal disputes, disputes relating to property inheritance, partitions etc.
  • Violation of human rights by members of Central Armed Forces (they may be looked into by the National Human Rights Commission under section 19 of the Act)
  • When allegations are not against any public servant of the State Government.
  • When allegations do not make out any specific violation of human rights.
  • When matter is covered by a judicial verdict/decision of the state Commission
  • When the matter is outside the purview of the State Commission on any other ground.


Creating and running each project and services is a very responsible job. And only the responsible person can fulfill this responsibility. Come meet such responsible members of the Yoga Front.

Roshan Kumar Pathak


Post Graduate in Yoga

Vikas Sharma


Founder of Diet Yoga and Marm Specialist 

Roopa Rawat

General Secretary

Post Graduate in Yog

Pooja Tiwari


  • Post Graduate in Yoga
  • Rashtriyapati Awardee

Dimple Rani


Post Graduate in Yoga

Amandeep Kaur


Post Graduate in Yoga

Sudha Bedi


Post Graduate in Yoga

Simranjeet Kaur

Advisor Sports

National Level Player (Gold Medalist )

Irvinder Kaur


Post Graduate in Yoga


IT Incharge

Post Graduate in Yoga

Rakhi Tyagi


Post Graduate in Business Administration 

Diploma in Yoga

Abhishek Bhatti

Legal Advisor


Gautam Singh

Financial Advisor

Chartered Accountant

Bhushan Kisanrao Meheshre

D.M Manager

Master in Yog Shastra