International Yoga Day – Yoga a ‘ray of hope’ amid COVID-19, says PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi on Monday named yoga a “beam of expectation” and a wellspring of solidarity amidst the Covid pandemic.

He was addressing a program to check the seventh International Yoga Day where he additionally reported the dispatch of the M-Yoga application, in a joint effort with the World Health Organization (WHO). The application will have recordings of yoga preparing dependent on a Common Yoga Protocol and will be accessible in various dialects.

“This will help us in making the ‘One World, One Health’ aphorism fruitful,” he said.

“At the point when the entire world is battling the Covid pandemic, yoga stays a beam of expectation,” Mr. Modi said.

“In spite of the absence of significant public occasions in nations all throughout the planet and in India for around eighteen months, the energy for Yoga Day has not reduced,” he noted.

For the vast majority of the nations of the world, Yoga Day was not their deep rooted social celebration and in this troublesome time, individuals might have overlooked it and disregarded it, however actually, individuals’ eagerness for yoga had expanded, he said.

“At the point when the inconspicuous Covid thumped on the entryways of the world, no nation was ready for it as far as assets, ability and mental state. We as a whole have seen that in such troublesome occasions, yoga has become an extraordinary wellspring of internal strength,” he said.

Yoga showed us the route from pressure to strength and from antagonism to inventiveness, he affirmed.

He communicated certainty that yoga would keep playing its preventive just as promotive part in medical care of masses.

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