Ministry of Ayush gears up for International Yoga Day celebration

The Ministry makes united efforts to observe World Health Day and International Yoga Day

The Ministry of Ayush with its various stakeholders has chalked out a 100 days countdown programme wherein 100 organizations are promoting yoga in 100 places/cities.
On 7th April 2022, which is also World Health Day, and the 75th day of the countdown to International Day of Yoga (IDY), a grand program is scheduled for demonstration of Common Yoga Protocol in the backdrop of 15th August Park, Lal Quila, Delhi from 6.30 AM to 8.00 AM.
Speaker of Lok Sabha is expected to be the Chief Guest of the program. The event will be graced with the esteemed presence of the Ministers of Government of India, Members of the Parliament, Ambassadors of various countries stationed in Delhi, prominent Sports Celebrities, and Yoga Gurus.
The Ministry hopes to inspire a "Mass Movement for Health and Wellbeing" through Yoga in the 75 -day countdown to IDY-2022
Sarbananda Sonowal, Cabinet Minister of Ayush in the Government of India said, "As you are aware, at the initiative of Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the United Nations General Assembly took a historic decision in 2014 to declare 21st June as the IDY. This worldwide acceptance of Yoga is a matter of pride for our country, as Yoga is an integral part of our cultural and spiritual heritage.
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The Ministry of Ayush is the nodal Ministry for observation of the International Day of Yoga. Every year, the main event of IDY observation is a Mass Yoga Demonstration which is led by the Hon'ble Prime Minister himself. The preparations for IDY-2022 are already underway."
It is worth mentioning that 75 days countdown is an important event in observation of the International Day of Yoga every year. The Ministry hopes to inspire a "Mass Movement for Health and Wellbeing" through Yoga in the 75 -day countdown to IDY-2022.
As the upcoming 8th International Day of Yoga is falling in Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav year, the Ministry proposes to observe IDY at 75 iconic sites across the country. This countdown program is already in progress and observation of IDY-2022 is gaining momentum.

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