- This year's Yoga Day theme is "Yoga for Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam," which means "Yoga for the welfare of all as 'One World-One Family.'"
- Different parts of the country have also made plans to mark the day and spread the word about the benefits of this old Indian practice.
On Wednesday, the 9th International Yoga Day, people from the Indian Army did yoga at Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh.
General Manoj Pande, the head of the Army, also did yoga at Delhi Cantonment in the national capital.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar did yoga on the INS Vikrant at Kochi in Kerala.
On June 21, PM Modi will celebrate the International Day of Yoga at the United Nations Headquarters with the UN’s leaders and other people from around the world.
“At about 5:30 IST, I will take part in the Yoga class that is being held at the United Nations headquarters. The fact that more than 180 countries came together at India’s request is an important event. “When the idea for Yoga Day was brought to the United Nations General Assembly in 2014, a record number of countries supported it,” said PM Narendra Modi in a video message for International Day of Yoga.
Every year on June 21, people all over the world celebrate International Yoga Day. It gives people a chance to talk about the many benefits of yoga and spread the word about how it helps with physical, mental, and spiritual health as a whole.
In 2014, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the UN General Assembly, he brought up the idea of an International Yoga Day.
Since then, Yoga has become very famous all over the world because it can improve flexibility, strength, balance, and fitness as a whole.
This year’s Yoga Day theme is “Yoga for Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam,” which means “Yoga for the welfare of all as ‘One World-One Family.'”
It puts the focus on the spirit of yoga, which brings everyone together and pulls them along. Like every other time, there will be yoga-related events in every part of the land.
It gives people a chance to talk about the many benefits of yoga and spread the word about how it helps with physical, mental, and spiritual health as a whole.
Different parts of the country have also made plans to mark the day and spread the word about the benefits of this old Indian practice.
In 2014, the UN passed a resolution making June 21 the International Day of Yoga. This is the ninth year since then.