International Day of Yoga 2017 to be celebrated in Ahmedabad

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On June 21 entire globe will be celebrating International Yoga Day‘s 3rd edition, and Ahmedabad has been declared to host the national mega event of Yoga this year. The news flew right from the Prime Minister’s office after they announced this information through microblogging website Twitter on May 3rd in these words,

 

It is a momentous opportunity for the city of Ahmedabad to host India’s well-being day, but it is still unclear on whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting the heritage city on this day or not. The government of India has declared a parallel body, Ministry of AYUSH that handles all the activities of International Day of Yoga, and for further information please login at www.yoga.ayush.gov.in

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