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International Yoga day - Jun 21

From ancient times, India had given many remarkable things to the world. Yoga was one of them. Today we celebrate the inaugural International Yoga Day.
Narendra Modi, Honourable Prime Minister of  India proposed International Yoga Day in UN (United Nations) last year. And they are cool with it and finalised 21st June as International Yoga Day.  And today, the response for Yoga was truly amazing. Not only in India, people in foreign countries too responded positively. Many political leaders followed the foot steps of Modi including Ravi Shankar Prasad (IT minister) and AP CM Chandrababu Naidu.
My question is, do they yoga daily from tomorrow? Probably many won't do it. Because everyday is not Sunday after all all, and habituating a new task nearly takes a person to limits (I am talking about normal person like me). But, the number of people do Yoga is surely greater in coming days compared to earlier days.
PM describes Yoga as a collective gift to humanity.
Yoga is an spiritual way of getting peace, not just by stretching arms, legs and closing nostrils with few fingers. We do clean our bodies with bath, but cleaning inside the mind only by inner peace. The inner peace is possible through Yoga. There are no.of medical benefits from Yoga, like peace of mind, controlling weight (of course through proper diet), work - life balance etc..
Wait wait, we should need a trainer. Huh in this ALL MOBILE APP WORLD who want a special trainer.
Let's check out few android apps for Yoga.
Daily Yoga
This fitness app that facilitates the most convenient home exercises, not only nourishes your health but also spares you all the tiresome workouts and help you achieve fitness goals with yoga studio on the go. is beautiful, simple and delightful to use. 289 poses and breathing exercises, all shown in stunning HD video, make it the largest database of yoga poses. Search for poses by skill level, your fitness goal or by type. This is my favourite yoga app.
comment your Yoga experience here.!!


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