Yoga’s Ray of Hope in Kovid’s Struggle; The prime minister wished the world the best

Highlight:

  • Prime Minister greets Yoga Day greetings
  • Modi says yoga is important in treating Kovid 19
  • Extensive programs with Kovid controls on Yoga Day

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the importance of yoga is increasing as the world battles Kovid 19. The Prime Minister said that although no public events have been organized for the past two years due to the epidemic, interest in yoga has not diminished at all. The Prime Minister spoke in a video message on International Yoga Day.

“Yoga has become a ray of hope as the entire world today fights the Kovid 19 epidemic.” Said the Prime Minister. Modi said that in addition to treatment, physical health is also a priority today and yoga will aid in healing. The theme of this year’s International Yoga Day is “Yoga for Healing”. The Prime Minister wished all the countries, regions and peoples of the world a healthy life.

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The Prime Minister said that there are photographs of doctors and nurses teaching patients yoga techniques, including pranayama, to facilitate breathing. Even doctors use yoga as a weapon to treat patients. International experts have pointed out that yoga strengthens the respiratory system, the prime minister said in the message.

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The Prime Minister also spoke about the M-Yoga app launched by the Central Government in partnership with the World Health Organization. The Prime Minister pointed out that this application, which shares yoga videos in different languages, is an important step towards the goal of “one country, one health”.

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