Children will get knowledge of yoga in madrasas
The Uttar Pradesh Madrasa Board has issued an order stating that International Yoga Day (IYD) should be celebrated in a grand manner at all the aided, non-aided, and government-recognized madrasas in the state. The orders have been issued to celebrate yoga day to increase awareness about yoga among the students.
On Monday, before International Yoga Day, the Registrar of Uttar Pradesh’s Madrasa Education council issued an order, according to which IYD is to be celebrated across all the madrasas in the state on June 21 to impart the knowledge of yoga to the children studying in the madrasas.
Instructions have been also given to District Minority Welfare Officers to see and cooperate with the necessary arrangements for celebrating International Yoga Day. It is pertinent to mention that similar orders were issued last year to all the state madrasas to celebrate the IYD.
Meanwhile, the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government has ordered the administration to make arrangements so that the yoga day is celebrated across all the levels, from Gram Panchayats to Blocks to district headquarters.
On Tuesday, Yogi Adityanath and Governor Anandiben Patel led the 8th International Day of Yoga celebrations by performing yoga on the sprawling lawns of the Raj Bhavan.
A large number of state ministers, bureaucrats, and eminent citizens were also in attendance. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that yoga was a perfect solution for a healthy body and mind, adding that this had been proved beyond doubt during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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