News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Mon, 21 Jun 2021 12:31 AM IST
PM Narendra Modi tweeted that this year’s theme is ‘Yoga for Wellness’, which focuses on practicing yoga for physical and mental wellness. He said that he would address the Yoga Day program at around 6.30 am on Monday.
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On the other hand, a statement issued by the Ministry of AYUSH said that the program starting at 6:30 am on all Doordarshan channels includes the address of Minister of State for AYUSH Kiren Rijiju and also the live telecast of yoga performance of Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga. .
The ministry said that the experience of this pandemic has made the public more aware about the health benefits of yoga and this experience has been duly accommodated by the Ministry of AYUSH in its promotional efforts. The ministry’s advisory on COVID-19 highlighted the importance of regular practice of yoga to boost immunity and combat COVID-19.
These advisories were widely disseminated through multiple channels by the government and other stakeholders and were found useful to the public as well as health professionals.
The ministry said that the reports from different parts of the country indicate that yoga practices have been successfully incorporated in many hospitals as ancillary procedures in the treatment of COVID-19 patients and yoga is a fast recovery from the disease. contributes to being.
Let us inform that on 21 June 2015, International Yoga Day was celebrated for the first time all over the world in which about 36,000 people participated. In addition, representatives of about 84 countries also performed 21 asanas of yoga. Yoga has played an important role in staying healthy in this corona period.
Tomorrow, 21st June, we will mark the 7th Yoga Day. The theme this year is ‘Yoga For Wellness’, which focusses on practicing Yoga for physical and mental well-being. At around 6:30 AM tomorrow, will be addressing the Yoga Day programme.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 20, 2021
PM Modi wrote a letter to the Presidents of Sri Lanka and Brazil
According to a tweet made by the Indian Mission in Sri Lanka, in this letter written on May 25, the Prime Minister said that the main theme of this year’s Yoga Day is Yoga for Wellness, which contributes to the good health and well-being of people around the world. shows concern.
In a letter to the President of Brazil on May 14, Modi wrote that the response of the United Nations General Assembly to the observance of June 21 as International Yoga Day in 2014 has been overwhelming, highlighting the importance of yoga and the importance of transcending it. Underlines.