Tue. Sep 17th, 2019

Indian High Commission to Malawi Commemorates International Yoga Day

By Herbert Katanda
The Indian high commission has partnered other Malawian health stakeholders on Sunday commemorated the 2019 international Yoga day under the theme “climate change “at Indian country Club in Lilongwe.
The day started with yoga arrangements by different individuals from the United nations.

As part of flagship, different Yoga teachers came with their students who took part in yoga activities partly played at the function.

Speaking in an interview Acting Indian High Commissioner to Malawi, Anil Suri said yoga is very relevant because it helps people to get rid of pressures they come across in their everyday life.

“It is very important to practice yoga so that we are able to balance ourselves both physically and mentally. It is also important that we take some kind initiatives to make our lives health enough so that we are able to contribute to the community,” Suri said.

He therefore commended the relationship which has been they’re between Malawi and India.

On her part director of administration at ministry of foreign affairs Veronica Chidothi, said this year’s international Yoga is very practical and it will help to change Malawi as an agriculture county.

she said ” this year’s Yoga is being submitted on the theme climate change, as an agriculture country there is a lot that is happening with our forest, our livers even our lake which is contributing to climate change, so the theme is very helpful to Malawi and we are looking forward that this Yoga international day will bring a change to Malawi”.

Chidothi who represented the minister of foreign affairs at the function also applauded the long-standing relationship between Malawi and India saying there is need to maintain the existing friendship.

Meanwhile Yoga day was introduced in 2014 under the initiative of the Indian prime minister and it was first celebrated in 2015.
21st June is the day which was set as the international Yoga day and this is the 5th celebration of Yoga day.By Herbert Katanda
The Indian high commission has partnered other Malawian health stakeholders on Sunday commemorated the 2019 international Yoga day under the theme “climate change “at Indian country Club in Lilongwe.
The day started with yoga arrangements by different individuals from the United nations.

As part of flagship, different Yoga teachers came with their students who took part in yoga activities partly played at the function.

Speaking in an interview Acting Indian High Commissioner to Malawi, Anil Suri said yoga is very relevant because it helps people to get rid of pressures they come across in their everyday life.

“It is very important to practice yoga so that we are able to balance ourselves both physically and mentally. It is also important that we take some kind initiatives to make our lives health enough so that we are able to contribute to the community,” Suri said.

He therefore commended the relationship which has been they’re between Malawi and India.

On her part director of administration at ministry of foreign affairs Veronica Chidothi, said this year’s international Yoga is very practical and it will help to change Malawi as an agriculture county.

she said ” this year’s Yoga is being submitted on the theme climate change, as an agriculture country there is a lot that is happening with our forest, our livers even our lake which is contributing to climate change, so the theme is very helpful to Malawi and we are looking forward that this Yoga international day will bring a change to Malawi”.

Chidothi who represented the minister of foreign affairs at the function also applauded the long-standing relationship between Malawi and India saying there is need to maintain the existing friendship.

Meanwhile Yoga day was introduced in 2014 under the initiative of the Indian prime minister and it was first celebrated in 2015.
21st June is the day which was set as the international Yoga day and this is the 5th celebration of Yoga day.
By Herbert Katanda
The Indian high commission has partnered other Malawian health stakeholders on Sunday commemorated the 2019 international Yoga day under the theme “climate change “at Indian country Club in Lilongwe.
The day started with yoga arrangements by different individuals from the United nations.

As part of flagship, different Yoga teachers came with their students who took part in yoga activities partly played at the function.

Speaking in an interview Acting Indian High Commissioner to Malawi, Anil Suri said yoga is very relevant because it helps people to get rid of pressures they come across in their everyday life.

“It is very important to practice yoga so that we are able to balance ourselves both physically and mentally. It is also important that we take some kind initiatives to make our lives health enough so that we are able to contribute to the community,” Suri said.

He therefore commended the relationship which has been they’re between Malawi and India.

On her part director of administration at ministry of foreign affairs Veronica Chidothi, said this year’s international Yoga is very practical and it will help to change Malawi as an agriculture county.

she said ” this year’s Yoga is being submitted on the theme climate change, as an agriculture country there is a lot that is happening with our forest, our livers even our lake which is contributing to climate change, so the theme is very helpful to Malawi and we are looking forward that this Yoga international day will bring a change to Malawi”.

Chidothi who represented the minister of foreign affairs at the function also applauded the long-standing relationship between Malawi and India saying there is need to maintain the existing friendship.

Meanwhile Yoga day was introduced in 2014 under the initiative of the Indian prime minister and it was first celebrated in 2015.
21st June is the day which was set as the international Yoga day and this is the 5th celebration of Yoga day.
By Herbert Katanda
The Indian high commission has partnered other Malawian health stakeholders on Sunday commemorated the 2019 international Yoga day under the theme “climate change “at Indian country Club in Lilongwe.
The day started with yoga arrangements by different individuals from the United nations.

As part of flagship, different Yoga teachers came with their students who took part in yoga activities partly played at the function.

Speaking in an interview Acting Indian High Commissioner to Malawi, Anil Suri said yoga is very relevant because it helps people to get rid of pressures they come across in their everyday life.

“It is very important to practice yoga so that we are able to balance ourselves both physically and mentally. It is also important that we take some kind initiatives to make our lives health enough so that we are able to contribute to the community,” Suri said.

He therefore commended the relationship which has been they’re between Malawi and India.

On her part director of administration at ministry of foreign affairs Veronica Chidothi, said this year’s international Yoga is very practical and it will help to change Malawi as an agriculture county.

she said ” this year’s Yoga is being submitted on the theme climate change, as an agriculture country there is a lot that is happening with our forest, our livers even our lake which is contributing to climate change, so the theme is very helpful to Malawi and we are looking forward that this Yoga international day will bring a change to Malawi”.

Chidothi who represented the minister of foreign affairs at the function also applauded the long-standing relationship between Malawi and India saying there is need to maintain the existing friendship.

Meanwhile Yoga day was introduced in 2014 under the initiative of the Indian prime minister and it was first celebrated in 2015.
21st June is the day which was set as the international Yoga day and this is the 5th celebration of Yoga day.
By Herbert Katanda
The Indian high commission has partnered other Malawian health stakeholders on Sunday commemorated the 2019 international Yoga day under the theme “climate change “at Indian country Club in Lilongwe.
The day started with yoga arrangements by different individuals from the United nations.

As part of flagship, different Yoga teachers came with their students who took part in yoga activities partly played at the function.

Speaking in an interview Acting Indian High Commissioner to Malawi, Anil Suri said yoga is very relevant because it helps people to get rid of pressures they come across in their everyday life.

“It is very important to practice yoga so that we are able to balance ourselves both physically and mentally. It is also important that we take some kind initiatives to make our lives health enough so that we are able to contribute to the community,” Suri said.

He therefore commended the relationship which has been they’re between Malawi and India.

On her part director of administration at ministry of foreign affairs Veronica Chidothi, said this year’s international Yoga is very practical and it will help to change Malawi as an agriculture county.

she said ” this year’s Yoga is being submitted on the theme climate change, as an agriculture country there is a lot that is happening with our forest, our livers even our lake which is contributing to climate change, so the theme is very helpful to Malawi and we are looking forward that this Yoga international day will bring a change to Malawi”.

Chidothi who represented the minister of foreign affairs at the function also applauded the long-standing relationship between Malawi and India saying there is need to maintain the existing friendship.

Meanwhile Yoga day was introduced in 2014 under the initiative of the Indian prime minister and it was first celebrated in 2015.
21st June is the day which was set as the international Yoga day and this is the 5th celebration of Yoga day.

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