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The 9th International Yoga Day Celebration at Jhajjar

Report on the 9th International Yoga Day Celebration at Jhajjar

By M. S. Yadav, Principal, GGSSS, Silana(Jhajjar)

Report on the 9th International Yoga Day Celebration at Jhajjar

At the Jhajjar bus stop, the 9th International Yoga Day was celebrated with a lot of energy and engagement. A diverse group of individuals came together to embrace yoga as a holistic practise that fosters both physical and mental health. The event was attended by dignitaries and well-known people like Dr. Arvind Sharma, a member of parliament, and Dr. Shakti Singh, a deputy commissioner.

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Highlights of the event included the large number of attendees and the active participation of people of all ages in the yoga sessions. People of various ages, ranging in age from 8-year-olds to seniors in their 80s, gathered to celebrate the core principles of yoga. Yoga exercises were performed at the bus stop by teachers and students from all of the schools.

Dignitaries and Guests: As the event’s principal guest, Dr. Arvind Sharma, MP, highlighted the value of yoga in upholding a healthy lifestyle. Manohar Lal Khattar, the chief minister, participated enthusiastically in Panipat’s yoga day celebrations, further promoting the discipline.

Special Attractions: The occasion was embellished with creativity as well as a dash of vibrancy thanks to the creation of a stunning rangoli by renowned poet Mahinder Singh. Dr. Shakti Singh, the deputy commissioner, took part in the celebrations of International Yoga Day and urged the neighbourhood to take up the discipline.

Global Participation: As Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi held a large-scale yoga programme at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, International Yoga Day’s effect transcended national boundaries. This international participation underlined yoga’s attractiveness and influence on people all around the world.

The 9th International Yoga Day celebration at Jhajjar was a great success, featuring a wide variety of participants, illustrious visitors, and impressive performances. The occasion served to promote both physical and mental health as well as the unity and harmony that yoga encourages. The participation of dignitaries like Dr. Arvind Sharma and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar emphasised the value of yoga in society even more. International Yoga Day continues to encourage people to adopt this age-old practise for a happier and more balanced life because of its wide appeal and significant advantages.

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Report on the 9th International Yoga Day Celebration at Jhajjar

International Yoga day 2023: Enthusiasm shown on Yoga Day in Haryana, people performed yoga in this style with CM

Today is the 9th International Yoga Day. Like every year, this time also Yoga Day is being celebrated in the country and abroad. This year’s Yoga Day will be historic as for the first time Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead a yoga session at the United Nations Headquarters, which will be attended by top UN officials, ambassadors and eminent personalities from around the world.

Yoga Day is also being celebrated with great enthusiasm in Haryana. A grand program has been organized in every district. In which a large number of children and elders also participated. During this, a big message was given about the benefits of Yod all over the world. At the same time, BJP National President JP Nadda, Chief Minister Manohar Lal, Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala, Assembly Speaker Gyanchand Gupta, Agriculture Minister JP Dalal, Electricity Minister Ranjit Singh and all minister leaders were seen doing yoga in the state.

CM Manohar Lal did yoga in Panipat
CM Manohar Lal reached Panipat on the occasion of Yoga Day, where a large number of people were seen. During this, CM Manohar Lal told the tricks of yoga and also told that we should do yoga in our life because by doing yoga, a person stays away from diseases.

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