Some are calling it a modern-day resurgence, while others say it maybe a conscious awakening; but yoga seems to have become the ultimate practice for a healthier and more aware existence. We travel around the world to experience the benefits of the ancient vedic practice on the occasion of the fifth international day of yoga (idy), celebrated on 21st June 2019
A sand sculpture by sand artist Sudarshan Pattnaik on International Yoga Day at Puri, Odisha
Participants practising different asanas in Dhaka, Bangladesh
The “Yoga Sutra,” a 2,000-year-old treatise on yogic philosophy by Indian sage Patanjali, is a guidebook on how to master the mind, control the emotions and grow spiritually
Participants at the celebration of the International Yoga day in Damascus, Syria
Enthusiasts at a yoga Day camp organised in Abu Dhabi, UAE
There are six widely accepted forms of yoga, which can be practised depending on need.
They are: Hatha yoga, Raja yoga, Karma yoga, Bhakti yoga, Jnana yoga and Tantra yoga
Yoga day celebrations organised in Brasilia
International Day of Yoga
The Embassy of India in Belgrade celebrated International Day of Yoga (IDY) 2019 on 16th June in front of the National Assembly of Serbia. Madam Vučić, the wife of the Hon’ble President of Serbia, joined the celebrations in Belgrade, while around 200 Serbians participated in the IDY 2019 celebrations.