Prime Minister Narendra Modi as we speak posted animated yoga movies in response to a query on his Sunday radio present about how he was maintaining himself lively throughout the three-week lockdown to struggle coronavirus or COVID-19. The movies depict numerous yoga asanas that PM Modi mentioned had benefited him drastically.
“During yesterday’s #MannKiBaat, someone asked me about my fitness routine during this time. Hence, thought of sharing these Yoga videos. I hope you also begin practising Yoga regularly,” the PM tweeted.
“I am neither a fitness expert nor a medical expert. Practising Yoga has been an integral part of my life for many years and I have found it beneficial. I am sure many of you also have other ways of remaining fit, which you also must share with others…The Yoga videos are available in different languages. Do have a look. Happy Yoga practicing…”
During yesterday’s #MannKiBaat, somebody requested me about my health routine throughout this time. Hence, considered sharing these Yoga movies. I hope you additionally start practising Yoga often. https://t.co/Ptzxb7R8dNAdvertisement
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 30, 2020
On his first “Mann ki Baat” episode since he ordered a 21-day lockdown final Tuesday, PM Modi gave accounts of what folks throughout the nation had instructed him about spending all their time indoors.
Some mentioned they had been using this time to bond with household, play board video games, cricket, strive their hand at cooking, making quilt, gardening and studying. “I saw on social media people are dusting off their tablas and Veenas and practicing. You should do the same. Re-explore your passion, look inwards instead of going out,” mentioned the Prime Minister.
“I will post videos on social media on what I do. Maybe you can use the videos. I am not a fitness expert, nor a yoga teacher. I am only a yoga practitioner. Maybe these will help you during the corona lockdown,” he advised.
Last yr, he had posted the movies, which characteristic an animated model of the Prime Minister, within the run-up to the International Yoga Day.