India, the prime seat of Yoga, kick started the grand scale particpation during the International Yoga Day, and the world followed suit. In fact, the rest of the world was not left behind, showcasing how this ancient form of Indian practice had changed the civilization to a better health.
The Yoga experts and learners from India and all over demonstrated strong participation, showcasing some of the finest Asanas and Yoga techniques that are great for health and well being.
“You would have thought Rajpath would become Yoga Path?”
These were the words of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is a Yoga enthusiast himself. He made a remarkable statement as the entire stretch turned into a Yoga gathering of thousands.
Young and old took part in the massive Yoga movement that looked like a tidal wave in New Delhi
A large gathering was seen near the Eiffel Tower in Paris where Yoga enthusiasts practiced and observed the Asanas in many numbers. German diplomat Dirk Augustin was in the front row. “I think Yoga is cross religious. I mean, I am a Christian and I practice Yoga and for me it is not an issue”
China also saw a mass participation, with people performing Yoga in thousands. Here, students from Geely University in Beijing are seen in action.
Various parts of UK, including London saw a plethora of Yoga gatherings, across. This is a clear testimony of how the ancient practice from India now has become a part of every global household.
A Yoga event on the Southbank, London
United States had been massively following the Indian ancient Practice, and Yoga is big there. The participation during the event yesterday was equally magnanimous, as hundreds and thousands of Yoga enthusiasts did their own bit.
Massive Yoga Practice at LP Field, Nashville, Tennessee
Time Square in New York City practically turned into a Yoga Ground
The Medeo skating rink observing Yoga in Almaty, Kazakhstan
Enthusiasts and trainers show equal participation from Seoul, South Korea
A grand scale Yoga in progress at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Yoga participants in action inside a mall in suburban Taguig, South of Manila