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Yoga Is India's Gift To Humanity: UP CM

Yoga is a gift from India for the welfare of humanity. Yoga asanas not only provide stability, but also physical strength, Adityanath said.

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday said yoga is a gift from India for the welfare of humanity.

Addressing an event at the Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Sabhagar here on International Yoga Day, the chief minister said when the world was in the grip of the Covid pandemic, India's Ayush system of medicine was in high demand across the world.

Yoga is a gift from India for the welfare of humanity. Yoga asanas not only provide stability, but also physical strength, Adityanath said.

Only yoga can take us forward on the road to world's welfare, said the chief minister who also performed yoga on the occasion.

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Adityanath said yoga dates back to thousands of years and is a part of India's heritage and tradition.

Today, yoga is visible on the global stage and attracts the whole world. We should be proud of this achievement, he said.

For a 'yogi', yoga is a way to enter the spiritual realm which leads to a wider dimension of consciousness, he said.

Adityanath also urged people to include yoga in their daily routine.

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