Indian Armed Forces perform yoga on mountains, warships; Defence Minister in Mathura

The Union Minister highlighted the benefits of yoga, stating that practising yoga is a better alternative to relying on medication.
Armed Forces performing Yoga
Armed Forces performing Yoga

New Delhi: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, along with Army Chief General Manoj Pande, today performed yoga in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura to mark the 10th International Day of Yoga.

The Union Minister highlighted the benefits of yoga, stating that with the rise of issues like depression, blood pressure, and diabetes, practising yoga is a better alternative to relying on medication.

Indian Army personnel participated in the 10th International Yoga Day celebrations on Friday by performing yoga on mountains and glaciers along the northern frontier.

Indian Army jawans also performed yoga at Col Sonam Wangchuk Stadium in Leh, Ladakh, on the occasion of International Day of Yoga.

Indian Navy personnel performed various yoga asanas, including the Surya Namaskar, aboard warships such as INS Tarkash and INS Teg.

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