Enter ‘Yoga posture photo and video competition’ to celebrate International Yoga Day

‘Yoga for Humanity’ chosen as theme for International Day of Yoga

The Ministry of Ayush has chosen the theme for the 8th IYD to be organised in India and across the globe on June 21, 2022. The main event of IDY 2022 demonstration will be held in Mysuru, Karnataka. The theme of last year’s IDY, organised during COVID-19 pandemic was “Yoga for wellness”.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the theme in his “Maan Ki Baat’ address. The theme for this year’s IDY has been selected after much deliberation/consultation and it appropriately portrays, how during the peak of COVID-19 pandemic, yoga served the humanity in alleviating the suffering and in the emerging post-covid geo-political scenario too, it will bring people together through compassion, kindness, foster a sense of unity and build resilience among people world over.

Union Minister for Ayush, Ports, Shipping & Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal said the Prime Minister has suitably announced this year’s IDY theme as “Yoga for Humanity”.

”As we are aware Yoga is a practice that brings joy, health, and peace from within, and it deepens a sense of continuous connection between an individual’s inner consciousness and the external world. IDY 2022 will be successful in propagating this theme appropriately,” he said.

The 8th edition of International Day of Yoga will see many firsts, one of them is an innovative programme named “Guardian Ring”, which will showcase the movement of the sun, participation of people performing Yoga will take place along with the movement of the sun from different countries, beginning from the east and marching towards west. It will be a wonderful Relay Yoga Streaming programme telecasted live on DD channels.

As the nation is also celebrating “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”, 75 national-level iconic sites will also be showcasing the mass CYP demonstration on June 21st while respective states will also organise similar programmes at 75 important locations as per their selection.

Sydney celebrates International Yoga Day with great fervour with people doing yoga in front of the iconic Opera House and around town at various locations. Spirit of India which runs classes in Sydney is organising Yoga with their yoga students are planning 108 Surya Namaskar for the Yoga enthusiasts on Sunday June 19 at Epping Community Centre main hall from morning 7.00 am till 9.15 am and there after nutritious breakfast for all the hard working participants in the upper hall. Hindu Council of Australia invites everyone to join in as it plans yoga on the day for its members, young and old.

Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre at the Consulate General of India also celebrates IDY every year with Sydneysiders and Yoga enthusiast participating on the day.

Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Consulate General of India, Sydney is conducting “Yoga Posture Photo & Video Contests” as part of the International Day of Yoga 2022 celebrations.
Click your picture in yoga posture in front of any iconic venue or natural landscapes in New South Wales or South Australia and send to: icc.sydney@mea.gov.in

Deadline: 15th of June, 2022 send details of your name, age, phone contact, name of the photographer and your complete address to enter.

Kindly send your entries at icc.sydney@mea.gov.in with your video by 15th June 2022 and win exciting prizes on International Day of Yoga (IDY2022) which is celebrated every year on June 21.

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