The High Commission of India in Malta, in collaboration with the MCAST CSR & Events Department , organised a yoga session, ‘Life with Yoga’, to celebrate the 9th International Day of Yoga. The aim of the event was to celebrate the Indian holistic system of personal, physical, mental and spiritual wellness focusing on all-round unification of body, mind and soul. Prior to the yoga session by the instructor, Ms Svetlana Abela, a short presentation about how collective small acts create huge impacts for the benefit of our environment was delivered by Ms. C. P. Lakshmi. High Commissioner Gloria Gangte attended the event. She spoke about the importance that each individual should take action to protect and preserve the environment. Dr Tatjana Chircop, MCAST Deputy Principal, emphasized MCAST’s mission of being a community college for all. The event was also addressed by Mr Aniruddha Das, Second Secretary within the High Commission of India and Mr Richard Curmi, MCAST Director, who both spoke about future collaboration. The High Commissioner presented books about India to both Dr Chircop and Mr Curmi.