Prime Minister Narendra Modi rightly claimed – “Yoga allows emotional steadiness to confidently negotiate the issues in advance of us. Yoga has emerged as a force for unity and deepens bonds of humanity.”
At a peak of 18,800 feet at snow-included Himalayan peaks on the Indian-China border in Ladakh, the Indo-Tibetan Border Law enforcement (ITBP) forces carried out Yoga on Sunday, June 21, celebrating the 6th Worldwide Yoga Working day 2020.
Himveers practiced Yoga
The ITBP personnel also referred to as Himveers, practiced Yoga as a indication of motivation, which they confirmed on Yoga Working day 2020, in the backdrop of India-China violent scuffle that killed 20 Indian troops in the Galwan Valley in japanese Ladakh on the Line of True Handle (LAC) on June 15 night time.
From 18,800 toes in Sikkim Himalayas to Khardung La in Ladakh at the top of 18,000 toes and Vasundhara close to Badrinath in Uttarakhand at the peak of 14,000 toes, the ITBP personnel executed Yoga on the Intercontinental Yoga Day.
The specialised mountain power, ITBP, is deployed on border guarding duties from Karakoram Move in Ladakh to Jachep La in Arunachal Pradesh masking 3,488 km of Indo-China Border and manning Border Outposts on altitudes ranging from 9,000 to 18,800 feet in the Western, Center and Jap sectors of the India-China border.
The Global Day of Yoga is celebrated each and every calendar year on June 21 given that 2015, subsequent its inception in the United Nations Normal Assembly in 2014. Yoga is a bodily, psychological and spiritual follow that originated in India.
The historical art of Yoga is India’s great present to the entire world.
(With IANS inputs)