International Yoga Day 2022 theme is ‘Yoga for Humanity’ and approxmately 25 croroe individuals from the world are aniticipated to take part in multiple yoga events, doing yoga for wellness.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Tuesday that yoga has evolved a international festival as there is across-the-board endorsement of the ancient Indian tradition as he partook in the eighth International Day of Yoga (IDY) festivals in Karnataka’s Mysuru. Talking before the yoga rally in which he partook for 45 minutes, PM Modi noted, “The approval of that amrit soul of India which provided fuel to India’s independence struggle. That’s why mass yoga rallies are being conducted at 75 iconic places across the India.”
Welcoming individuals on the event of International Yoga Day, President Ram Nath Kovind declared, “Yoga is India’s contribution to humantiy and it is a holistic strategy to health and well-being, counterbalancing mind, body and soul.” The president accepted part in Yoga Day rally at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. He even requested everyone to make Yoga a piece of their everyday life & grab its advantages.
The theme of this year’s Yoga Day festivities is ‘Yoga for Humanity’ and almost 25 crore individuals from the globe are anticipated to parttake in different events, doing yoga in unison towards sounder health and fitness for all. A flagship agenda in association with the Ministry of External Affairs has even been scheduled for a group Yoga Protocol planet over on the daytime observing the movement of the sun.
Plugged by the covid pandemic, the yoga tourism in Mysuru is expecting to return to its ex glory as Prime Minister Modi is slated to follow the 8th International Yoga Day occasion in Mysuru Tuesday.
A south indian state, Karnataka, Mysuru is a international attraction for its roots, legacy and the annual Dasara festivals. Also understood as the Pensioner’s Paradise, the townlet tempted roughly four million visitors each year in the pre-pandemic duration.
According to the Yoga Federation of Mysuru, at any provided point of time, there were approximately 2,000 outsiders realizing yoga in the pre-pandemic age in the city.
The UT government is all prepared to mark the 8th International Day of Yoga, 2022 on the day of June 21 at Chandigarh’s Rock Garden, and 74 other outlets with the purpose to extend understanding about the biological benefits of doing yoga.
About 2,000 individuals from different organizations like Bhartiya Yog, Sansthan, parties from Brahma Kumari’s, Patanjali, CRPF, AYUSH and many different famous bodies will arrive to observe the day at Rock Garden.