The easternmost Indian naval ship Satpura begins yoga practice on the 8th International Yoga Day

The easternmost Indian naval ship Satpura begins yoga practice on the 8th International Yoga Day

On the occasion of the 8th Yoga International Day, the easternmost deployed Indian Naval cruiser, INS Satpura, operating near the International Dateline in the midst of the Pacific Ocean, has kick-started the Yoga activities by conducting the usual yoga protocol at sea. The ship’s current distance from its home port of Visakhapatnam is around 7000 nautical miles. To honor the occasion, contests for writing essays and making posters were also held on board the INS Satpura. As part of its long-range operational deployment, INS Satpura is in the Pacific Ocean on her journey to participate in RIMPAC-22. The Indian Navy is taking part in one of the largest multilateral naval exercises, RIMPAC-22, with the INS Satpura, a P8I maritime patrol aircraft, and a shore contingent.

INS Satpura is an indigenously designed and built 6000-tonne guided missile stealth frigate equipped to seek and destroy adversaries in air, surface, and underwater. A frontline unit of the Eastern Fleet based at Visakhapatnam, INS Satpura has been tasked with a long-range operational deployment in the 75th year of India’s Independence. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi performed yoga at the main event of the eighth edition of the International Day of Yoga in the heritage city of Mysuru in Karnataka.

Earlier, on June 15, INS Satpura conducted a special Yoga Protocol at Guam Harbour, USA. Apart from the ship’s crew, personnel from other foreign Naval Warships in harbor and personnel of Indian origin at Guam were also invited. Officers and sailors from the US, Singapore, and Philippines Navy participated in the Yoga protocol. As part of its long-range operational deployment, INS Satpura arrived at Guam in the Pacific Ocean on June 13.

Addressing the main event of the eighth edition of the International Day of Yoga in the heritage city of Mysuru in Karnataka, PM Modi said, “I extend my greetings to all on this 8th International Yoga Day. Today, Yoga is being practiced in all parts of the world. Yoga brings peace to us. The peace from Yoga is not only for individuals, it brings peace to our nations and the world.

How during the peak of the 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. As the sun apparently moves from the east to the west across the world.

“He said that yoga is not only for any individual but for the entire humanity.”Yoga is not only for any individual but for the entire humanity. This is the reason that the theme of International Yoga Day is ‘Yoga for humanity’,” said PM Modi. This year the theme for the celebration is “Yoga for humanity”. The theme has been selected after much deliberation/consultation and it appropriately portrays.

The Mass Yoga Demonstrations in the participating countries, if seen from any one point on Earth, will seem to be happening one after the other, almost in tandem, thus underlining the concept of ‘One Sun, One earth’. Earlier, Yog Guru Ramdev performed yoga at Patanjali Yogpeeth in Haridwar. Many children and other people also attend the event.

It was during his speech at the UN General Assembly on September 27, 2014, that Prime Minister Narendra Modi first floated the idea of International Yoga Day. The draft resolution passed by India was supported by 177 nations. With universal recognition and growing popularity of Yoga, the United Nations declared June 21 as the International Day of Yoga on December 11, 2014. The first International Yoga Day was celebrated on June 21, 2015.

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