Today, International Yoga Day is being celebrated worldwide including India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) took part in the main event at Ranchi. On this occasion of Yoga Day, PM Modi said, “Yoga is discipline, dedication, and it has to be obeyed throughout life. Yoga is beyond the distinction of age, colour, caste, sect, vote, creed, wealth-poverty, province, border. Yoga is of everybody and all are of Yoga. ‘
He said, “In today’s changing times, our focus on wellness is essential as well as protection from illness. That is the power we get with Yoga, that is the feeling of Yoga, the ancient Indian philosophy. Yoga does not happen only when we are half an hour on land or mat.
The PM said, “Now I have taken the journey of modern yoga from the cities to the villages, to the poor and tribal’s house. I have to make yoga an integral part of the life of poor and tribal. Because it is poor who gets the most pain due to illness. ‘
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Across all continents, the Yoga Day 2019 celebrations have begun with immense fervour. I urge you all to join the Yoga Day programmes in your respective nations and enrich the Yoga programmes with your participation.
Yoga Day 2019:
Events were organized at all the places of the country on Yoga Day. This year the main theme of the program is ‘Yoga for the heart’. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) had arrived in Ranchi on a special plane on Thursday night to attend the main event of the fifth International Yoga Day. Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu, Chief Minister Raghuvar Das and senior minister CP Singh welcomed them at the airport. The Prime Minister had spent the night in Ranchi’s Raj Bhavan.
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The official spokesman said that Prime Minister Modi (PM Modi) had arrived from Ranchi on a special aircraft from New Delhi at 10:20 in the night for Yoga Day Celebration. In Ranchi this morning, PM Modi joined the Prabhat Tara Maidan in Dhuva, with the participation of forty thousand people.
Chief Minister Das said that all the preparations have been completed with the successful organizational success of International Yoga Day. The theme for this year’s program is ‘Yoga for the Heart’. yoga helps the heart strong and to keep its diseases away. After joining the main program of Yoga Day, the Prime Minister will be leaving for New Delhi at 8 a.m.