International Yoga Day 2021: PM Modi announces M-Yoga App
7th International Yoga Day is being celebrated across the world today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced the M-Yoga app on International Yoga Day 2021.
New Delhi: 7th International Yoga Day is being celebrated across the world today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced the M-Yoga app on International Yoga Day 2021. In this app, many videos of yoga training will be available in different languages of the world based on the Common Yoga Protocol.
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India has prepared this app in collaboration with the World Health Organization. On International Yoga Day, PM Modi said about the app that it is a great example of the fusion of modern technology and ancient science. Now the world is going to get the power of M-Yoga app.
For information, let us tell you that this app is completely safe and does not collect any data from the user. It can be used as a daily yoga companion by persons aged 12-65 years. Simple protocols regarding yoga will be explained in M Yoga App, so that yoga can be spread in different countries. Videos about yoga will be released in this app, which will be available in different languages.
PMM said that yoga remains a ray of hope when the whole world is fighting the covid 19 global pandemic. In this difficult time, people in so much trouble could forget yoga, they could ignore it. But on the contrary, enthusiasm for yoga has increased among people, love for yoga has increased further.
Yoga shows us the way from stress to energy and from negativity to creativity. He said that I am sure that Yoga will continue to play a preventive and important role in the health care of the people.
Today the 7th International Yoga Day is being celebrated across the world. Six years ago, on the initiative of Prime Minister Modi, the United Nations started celebrating 21 June as International Yoga Day.
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