The countdown program organized for the International Day of Yoga-2022, which will be celebrated on June 21, was followed digitally by 7,335 people from 663 post offices in the Varanasi region. The event was held at Malviya Bawan in BHU and Sarnath in Varanasi.
A total of 7,335 people from 663 post offices in the Varanasi region digitally participated in the countdown program organized for the International Yoga Day-2022, which will be celebrated on June 21. In Varanasi, the event was held at Malviya Bawan at BHU and Sarnath.
Varanasi Cantt MLA Saurabh Srivastava and Varanasi Region Postmaster Krishna Kumar Yadav participated in the program along with Upendra Pathak, Director of Malviya Bhawan, BHU. They encouraged people to join “Yoga Day-2022”.
MP Saurabh Srivastava said yoga is the priceless and unique heritage of Indian culture and the basis of good health for human beings. It is the result of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visionary thinking that now Yoga Day is celebrated as a global festival.
Postmaster Yadav said that yoga not only keeps us away from negativity but also creates good thoughts in our mind. The importance of yoga has further increased in the era of Covid-19 pandemic, by embracing it we should all become partners in building a healthy India.
Appreciating this initiative by the Postal Department, Malviya Bhawan, Director of BHU Upendra Pathak said that yoga is the philosophy of life that connects human beings with their soul and increases their mental, physical and spiritual energy.
In the program held at Sarnath, yoga instructor Indal Vishwakarma and Malviya Bhawan at BHU, yoga instructor Yogesh Bhatt gave information on Yogasanas.
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