International Yoga Day-21st June

International Yoga Day will be marked on Monday next week (June 21). (File Photo / REUTERS)
International Yoga Day on Monday June 21

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2021 International Day of Yoga, is today – Monday Twenty First June.

Carrying the theme “Yoga for well-being”, much relevant for our times

In a society still recovering from the impact of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic.

International Yoga Day is observed every year on June 21, as decided

By the United Nations, to highlight the importance of the practice —

Defined as “physical, mental, and spiritual” at the same time — people

To lead a healthier lifestyle. The day is marked to raise awareness of

The many benefits of Yoga, as it continues to grow in popularity across the world

And is practiced in its various forms. This year, the International Day of Yoga is

Keeping its focus on well-being beyond the immediate impact on physical health.

Yogis and Yoga –proud contribution of India that is Bharath
For the health and harmony of people around the world-very great!
Unfortunate in India we attach not great faith and belief
At times we  hear derisive comments too- a misfortune indeed!

Yoga  invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition
Embodying unity of mind and body; thought and action;
Restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature;
Holistic approach to health and well-being.  to discover  sense of oneness!

My beloved father was my Yoga Master- from age ten he taught us
Mathsyaasana, mayuraasana, dhanuraasana, sarvaangasana
Sirsaasanaa and savaasanaa all to last for minutes forty five
Immediately after morning walk and then bath in cold water!

International Yoga Day is today the Twenty First of June
For the past several years, to raise global awareness about
Benefits of  ancient Indian practice.  resolution on this
Was introduced by India’s Ambassador to United Nations
One hundred and seventy seven joined as co-sponsors,
Highest number ever for any General Assembly resolution.
Adopted under the agenda of ‘Global Health and Foreign Policy,’
Recognized Yoga “provides a holistic approach to health and well-being”
And  beneficial for the health of the world population.

Yoga our ancient physical, Mental and spiritual practice! ‘‘yoga’ to join or to unite,
Union of body and consciousness,” “continues to grow in popularity” .

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2 thoughts on “International Yoga Day-21st June

  1. International Yoga Day – emphasizing the benefits that go with regular practice by one and all for total well-being!

    We must know what is beneficial to us; and
    We must practic what we know

    Yoga is one such tool everyone should feel proud to own ; and
    Make it part of our life!

    We won’t be self -defeating to the extent of leaving aside a knowledge gained with effort!

    Awareness you created on this all-important exercise meant for holistic development of society!

    Like

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