On the occasion of International Yoga Day, CM Yogi said- "Neither Tasya Rogo Na Jara Na Mritya: Pratyasya Yogagnimayam Shiryam" i.e. through the practice of yoga, the body becomes free from disease, old age and death.
New Delhi: On the occasion of the 8th International Yoga Day, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel participated in a yoga practice program at Raj Bhavan. CM Yogi, who reached the yoga program of Raj Bhavan, said that- "Congratulations on the 8th International Yoga Day. Due to the corona epidemic, today after two years a mass program of yoga is being done. Yoga is being practised at 75 thousand places in UP today. It is a matter of privilege that we have participated in this program of Yoga in the 75th year of Independence. Today Yoga is being organized in more than 200 countries. Yoga teaches us to be disciplined. The whole world has faced the biggest epidemic of the century. Saw the corona. Yoga increases immunity.
The CM said- "Neither Tasya Rogo Na Jara Na Mritya: Pratyasya Yogagnimayam Sharyam" i.e. through the practice of yoga, the body becomes free from disease, old age and death.
Special events at 75 places
In the 75th year of independence i.e. Amrit Mahotsav, special programs are being organized in 75 places of the country. Of these, 6 places are from Uttar Pradesh. Yogi government ministers will practice yoga along with central ministers here. These include Sarnath, Lucknow's Residency, Ayodhya's Ram ki Paidi, Kushinagar, Fatehpur Sikri and Hastinapur.
grand event in ayodhya.
The celebration of Yoga Day in Ayodhya's Ram ki Paidi is quite grand. Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav is the chief guest in this. Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya will also attend it. A total of 23 lakh people will practice yoga in Ayodhya Mandal. At the same time, yoga programs have been organized in 10 parks of 100 wards of the Municipal Corporation in Ghaziabad. There will be a musical yoga evening in Hindi Bhavan from 6.30 pm onwards.