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Coal Ministry to Celebrate Yogotsav countdown programme (#67DaysToGo) of International Yoga Day

 Newdelhi:14/4/22At At the initiative of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the United Nations General Assembly took a historic decision in 2014 to declare 21st June as the International Day of Yoga (IDY). This worldwide acceptance of Yoga is a matter of pride for our country, as Yoga is an integral part of our cultural and spiritual heritage. Every year, the IDY observation begins with a Mass Yoga Demonstration in the morning, which is led by the Prime Minister himself, followed by other Yoga-related activities.

With just #67DaysToGo to International Yoga Day, 2022, the Ministry of Coal is organizing special events and programmes on 15th April 2022. The program will be inaugurated by the Minister of State for Coal, Mines and Railways Shri Raosaheb Patil Danve. It would also have participation from all the officers of the Ministry of Coal as well as from the subordinate/attached offices and PSUs under the administrative control of the Ministry. Common Yoga Protocol practices, Yoga Break (Y-Break) practice, Lecture on Yoga by Expert, Yoga Demonstration are some of the highlights of the programme.

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