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“Everyone should practice yoga…”: Hema Malini on 10th International Day of Yoga

During a conversation with ANI, she spoke about the relevance of Yoga and said, "Lord Krishna spread the message of Yoga all over the world...Everyone should practice yoga daily..."

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Actor-turned-politician Hema Malini performed Yoga in Mathura on the occasion of the 10th International Day of Yoga. During a conversation with ANI, she spoke about the relevance of Yoga and said, “Lord Krishna spread the message of Yoga all over the world…Everyone should practice yoga daily…”

Meanwhile, PM Modi performed Yoga at Sher-i-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC) in Srinagar on International Day of Yoga on Friday and congratulated all the people of the country and those doing Yoga in every corner of the world and said the world is seeing a new Yoga economy going forward for the last 10 years. While addressing an event in Srinagar, the Prime Minister said “Today, from the land of Kashmir, I congratulate everyone around the world on International Yoga Day! Ten years ago, I proposed the celebration of International Yoga Day at the United Nations. India’s proposal was supported by 177 nations, which is a record in itself. In 2015, on Kartavyapath in Delhi, 35,000 people performed Yogasanas together,” he said.

This year’s event underscores Yoga’s profound impact on young minds and bodies. The celebration aims to unite thousands in the practice of Yoga, promoting health and wellness on a global scale. This year’s theme, “Yoga for Self and Society,” emphasizes yoga’s vital role in fostering both individual well-being and societal harmony.

Since 2015, the Prime Minister has led the International Day of Yoga (IDY) celebrations at various iconic locations, including Kartavya Path in Delhi, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Ranchi, Lucknow, Mysuru and even the United Nations Headquarters in New York. This year’s celebrations will span across the Nation, with a notable event termed “Yoga for Space”, wherein all the centres and units of ISRO will have programs on the practice of CYP or common Yoga Protocol. Globally, Embassies and Indian Missions abroad will join the celebrations, reflecting yoga’s widespread influence.

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