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International yoga day -2023

 

        International Yoga Day

                  
Theme of 2023 “ HUMANITY           

 

                         

       Yoga is an age-old physical, mental, and
spiritual practice that promotes inner serenity and offers people the bravery
and confidence to carry out a wide range of tasks more successfully. It is a
state of harmony at all levels of existence.

History of International Yoga Day:

                          

The Portuguese Yoga
Federation and the Samkhya Yoga Institute first became aware of the idea for
“World Yoga Day” in 2001, which is when this historical statement
first became relevant. Consequently, a conference was held on June 21, 2002.

As a result, the first
World Yoga Day was observed onJune21, 2002, during a conference in Bengaluru
titled “Yoga: A Science for World Peace.” Subsequently, due to our  honorable
Indian Prime Minister Shri .Narendra Modi’s great efforts June 21st
was declared as the international yoga day by the united nation general
assembly to increase public awareness of the value and effects of yoga on
public health.

What goals does International Yoga Day seek to  achieve?

           

– Inform the public
about physical and mental diseases and provide yoga treatment options.
Additionally, it seeks to create a meditation habit that fosters mental
tranquilly and builds the self-assurance required to thrive in a stress-free
setting.

– Raise awareness of
yoga’s advantages and its connection to nature.

– Decrease the prevalence of illnesses that have an
impact on global health.

– The expansion of peace, prosperity, and growth in
the world.

Yoga

Values of Yoga :-

                     “Yoga
is an invaluable gift of ancient Indian tradition and embodies the unity of
mind and body, thought and action, restraint, and fulfilment,” said
Narendra Modi, a member of the UN General Assembly.

                

The harmony of man and
nature, as well as a wholistic strategy for health and wellbeing. It’s not
about moving; rather, it’s about realising your unity with the rest of the
world and with nature. This can help us combat climate change and work to
establish an international yoga day.                  

 

 

 

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