Yoga guarantees both wellness, fitness: Modi in Mann Ki Baat

Mukherjee said that the subjects chosen by the Prime Minister for his Mann ki Baat addresses to the nation have left a significant and relevant impact on the minds of a over a billion Indians.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday extended heartfelt wishes on the beginning of the holy month of Islamic calendar, Ramazan and said he is proud that all religions in the world exist in India.

A big fan of Narendra Modi, Akbar Saheb had earlier painted a series of 12 paintings themed on his achievements over 12 years, which were also exhibited in Baroda, India, in early 2015.

PM recalled his cellular jail visit and said people from all over India were imprisoned in the cellular jail.

The Prime Minister also lauded the people as well as local administration of Jammu and Kashmir's Reasi district for making it free from open defecation under the Swachch Bharat Campaign.

He said connecting with nature is nothing but connecting with ourselves.He said people should connect with nature to nurture a better planet. BJP workers have also been instructed to connect people with Mann Ki Baat and get them to listen to it.

He said nature always refreshes us and added that our ancestors conserved nature and we must show the same compassion towards future generations. Mr Ansari said, it has become a tool of direct communication with the people of the country.

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- Yoga guarantees both wellness and fitness.

PM Modi asks three generations of the family to do Yoga together, take a picture and upload it on International Yoga Day.

The Prime Minister further said that both theist and atheists co-exist in this country and that we have learnt to co-exist peacefully with each other without any issues.

It was the 33rd episode of Mann Ki Baat, which was aired on All India Radio and Doordarshan from 11 am.

Bill Gates, Co-Chair and Trustee, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, says in a blurb: "Mann Ki Baat is a great example of how media can be used as a platform for bringing about positive change. Those working on the book interacted with me".

  • Leroy Wright