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Here’s how India gears up to celebrate 8th International Yoga Day

In Picture: PM Modi joined 15,000 yoga enthusiasts, participating in the event held at Mysuru Palace Ground.
In Picture: On the occasion of International Yoga Day, PM Modi layed stress on benefits of yoga as he said “Today, Yoga is being practiced in all parts of the world. Yoga brings peace for us. The peace from Yoga is not only for individuals, it brings peace to our nations and the world.”
In Picture: United Nation chose ‘Yoga for Humanity’ as the theme of this year’s Yoga Day celebrations.
In Picture: International Yoga Day was celebrated by the Chandigarh administration at iconic Rock Gardens, along with 74 other venues.
In Picture: CISF personnel and their family members observed International Yoga Day at Victoria memorial in Kolkata.
In Picture: Seventy nine countries and UN organisations celebrated 8th International Yoga Day.
In Picture: On the occasion of the 8th International Yoga Day, doctors along with patients of Chaitanya Institute of Mental Health practicing Yoga.
In Picture: Extending the greetings of International Yoga Day, President Ram Nath Kovind tweeted “Yoga is a part of our ancient Indian heritage. India’s gift to humanity, it is a holistic approach to health and well-being, balancing our mind, body and soul. I urge everyone to make Yoga a part of your daily life & experience its benefits.”
In Picture: International Yoga Day was observed at Marine Drive, Mumbai.
In Picture: According to a survey, around 25 crore people across the world took part in various events of Yoga Day.

By line: Divya Thearia

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