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PM Modi to address nation on 7th International Yoga day


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PM Narendra Modi to deliver a speech over the 7th Yoga Day of India, on the occasion of the International Yoga Day on 21 June, at around 6: 30 am, " he wrote on his Twitter profile. The theme of this year's Yoga Day is focused over the new initiative that is, "Yoga for Wellness", which even focuses on the practice of yoga for physical and mental well-being of a community. 

PM tweeted that "Tomorrow, 21st June, we will mark the 7th Yoga Day. The theme this year is ‘Yoga For Wellness’, which focuses on practising Yoga for physical and mental well-being. At around 6:30 AM tomorrow, will be addressing the Yoga Day programme."

In the main event of the day is a TV show because of the Covid-19 pandemic, there are limitations to the meeting. The event will also feature a keynote speech by the Minister of State for Ayush Affairs, Kiren Rijiju, and a yoga demonstration by the National Yoga Institute of Morarji Desai. 


In a statement, the Ayush Ministry said that during the difficult times of the global pandemic, the department has a number of digital initiatives for the practice of yoga accessible to as many people as possible. The missions in India and other countries in Europe, to coordinate a variety of activities in the run-of-the-Day in their respective countries, and as Yoga Day, is said to be held in 190 countries around the world, the ministry said. 

The Minister of Culture and celebrates this day with events in the 75 and cultural sites in the country. The four cities of Maharashtra have been selected for this year's campaign - the Aga Khan Palace, Pune, Kanheri Caves, Mumbai, Ellora, Aurangabad, and the Old Supreme Court Building, Nagpur. 

The United Nations recognised the 21st of June as an International Yoga Day in 2014, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the initiative. In 2015, the day turned into a mass movement, and for the health of the entire community, " the ministry added.


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