Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar exhorts people to incorporate yoga into daily life

Manohar Lal Khattar, the chief minister of Haryana, emphasised today that the administration was committed to integrating yoga into the daily lives of the populace.

To that purpose, a goal had been set to open 1,000 Ayush assistant positions and build yogashalas all over the state. Up to 882 Ayush yoga assistants have already assumed leadership roles at various yogashalas, and the Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam is actively seeking out new yoga assistants.”Ayush yoga assistants have been appointed in every district to collect reports from the village yoga assistants and send those to the headquarters on the 21st of every month,” the chief minister said in remarks during a training session for yoga and Ayush assistants held here. Special yoga instructors will be assigned in each district during the second phase. On occasion, they would instruct the assistants for yoga. He also mentioned that gyms would have biometric machines available.

The chief minister also made plans to establish yogashalas, which would be supervised by “yoga sahayaks,” in 6,500 villages around the state. He stated that moving the yoga aides to a neighbouring location will be taken into consideration. Wellness centres would be established in the communities with gyms to encourage yoga and to instill in the residents the value of eating a balanced diet and engaging in regular exercise.Khattar recalled that 1.6 lakh young people enthusiastically participated in a cyclothon for a drug-free Haryana to educate the general public about the negative consequences of narcotics. By incorporating yoga into their daily lives, he urged people to play their part in creating a clean, healthy, and successful India.

The CM said, “The world is celebrating the 154th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s birth as the International Day of Non-Violence.”

Launch of the Yoga Manas portal and mobile application

A smartphone application and a portal called Yoga Manas have been developed, according to CM Khattar, to keep track of the events taking place at the yoga studios. According to him, the Yog Shala Management and Analytical System (Yoga Manas) app was developed by the Ayush Department to assist consumers in finding local yoga studios and learning more about the scheduled classes.

In Kurukshetra, Shri Krishna Ayush University was founded to advance ayurveda and yoga. Other institutions created for the purpose include the Postgraduate Yoga and Naturopathy and Research Institute in Devarkhana hamlet in the Jhajjar district and the National Institute of Ayurveda, Yoga, and Naturopathy in Panchkula.

In order to encourage yoga, the government is committed to building gyms in 6,500 of the state’s communities. For the project, 1,121 locations were chosen in all. There have already been 718 gymnasiums completed, and 273 more are currently being developed.

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