Mon, 21 Jun 2021

Internation yoga day 2021,M-yoga app, theme and quotes

Internation yoga day 2021,M-yoga app, theme and quotes

One month after PM of India Modi proposed the idea of Yoga day , on December 11 ,2014, United States general Assembly declared June 21 as “International Yoga Day’India Along with whole World is Celebrating International Yoga day
On June 21, 2021. PM Modi addressed the nation on this occasion where he described how yoga is a ray of hope to fight against the COVID-19

This is the 7th edition of Yoga day , due to the second wave of Covid-19 this year’s International yoga day will be celebrated. Virtually , a television program started on 6. 30 am

The prime minster Modi said, ” when i talk to the frontline warriors and the doctors , they tel me that they ‘ have made yoga a shield for protection against Virus . The have used yoga not just for safeguarding themselves, but also patients ”

On Sunday , the ministry of ayush, nodal ministry for international yoga day highlighted the importance of yoga in one’s well being in various events organised in run up of the annual yoga event

Internation yoga day 2021,M-yoga app, theme and quotes

Here are a few things you should know about international yoga day

For the second straight year, international yoga day is celebrated virtually or digitally Due to the CoronaVirus

The theme for international yoga day 2021 is “ yoga for wellness’’
According to the United nations this years theme is very relevant
‘’ for our time in society still recovering from the impact of the coronavirus disease pandemic’

Pm Modi said that new app will be available soon M-yoga which will fuse the knowledge of past with technology of today.

M-yoga app will have information about yoga in different languages for the worldwide use of the application

International Yoga day 2021 Quotes

Internation yoga day 2021,M-yoga app, theme and quotes

‘’ the world is the gymnasiu where we come to make ourselves strong ‘’
-swami vivekannanda

Yoga is the journey of the self , through self , to self ‘’
-The Bhagavad Gita