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Power of Yoga: International Yoga Day to bring Arvind Kejriwal and Narendra Modi on same stage

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New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, a strong proponent of yoga, will join Prime Minister Narendra Modi among thousands to mark the International Yoga Day here Sunday.

Accompanied by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Kejriwal will reach Rajpath at 6 a.m., said a Delhi government official.

Like Modi, Kejriwal has been practicing the regimen for a long time.

The chief minister finds it a great “stress buster, and has gone for yoga retreats.

After the Delhi assembly elections campaign in February, Kejriwal had gone for Vipassana meditation. After assuming the office, the chief minister attended a naturopathy course in Bengaluru which included yoga.

Sisodia has taken up the yoga. He has also attended Vipassana meditation retreat.

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Modi, an ardent proponent of yoga, will himself be present at the mega early morning function at Rajpath.

While the main function will be at Rajpath, which has been placed under unprecedented security cover for the event that will see diplomats too joining in, the International Yoga Day events will be held across cities, towns and districts in the country.

Yoga day events are being held in 192 countries, including in the Arab world.

Indian missions abroad are all geared up the mark the occasion with some public events. (IANS)

 

 

 

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