"On 21st June, the world will come together to mark the 3rd #YogaDay. Let us all make this occasion a memorable one," Modi tweeted.
The upcoming 3rd International Yoga Day should be made a memorable one, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today while underlining that it is an apt way of contributing to the world peace. He said yoga should be made a part of daily routine by the people to have tension-free lives. In a message ahead of the Yoga Day on June 21, Modi said yoga inter-connects the world like various parts of a body. “On 21st June, the world will come together to mark the 3rd #YogaDay. Let us all make this occasion a memorable one,” he tweeted.
“Yoga is integrating the world. Come, become a yogi in the movement to make Yoga popular & create a better & healthier society,” he said in another tweet. In a video message posted along with the tweets, the prime minister said the people around the world want to live a life free of tensions, troubles and ailments.
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“People want to live a happy life and this can be possible only through yoga,” he said. Yoga can make it possible for a person to have a balanced lifestyle mentally and physically, he said. “Yoga can arouse the inner conscience of a person,” Modi said. He asked all yoga practioners to take a pledge to teach it to the maximum number of people so as to contribute to the world peace.