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PM Modi Launches mYoga App

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On the occasion of International Yoga Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches mYoga mobile App, which is developed in collaboration with WHO and will be available worldwide.

“Today, when people across the world are fighting against covid-19 pandemic, yoga remains a ray of hope. In collaboration with WHO, India is taking another stride. We are launching the mYoga app, which will have yoga training videos in different languages for people across the world. This will help us achieve our ‘One World, One Health’ motto,” PM said, while addressing the nation, marking the seventh international Yoga day.

The app comes with review of scientific literature and extensive international expert consultation processes behind it. WHO proclaims that the mYoga app is safe and secure, does not collect any data from users at all, and can be used as a daily yoga companion for persons aged 12-65 years. The mYoga app is available in French, English and in Hindi, and the other UN languages will also be incorporated in the coming months.

Today, when people across the world are fighting against covid-19 pandemic, yoga remains a ray of hope. In collaboration with WHO, India is taking another stride. We are launching the mYoga app, which will have yoga training videos in different languages for people across the world. This will help us achieve our ‘One World, One Health’ motto


Celebrating the international yoga day, PM Modi wrote on Twitter: “The theme this year is ‘Yoga For Wellness’, which focuses on practicing Yoga for physical and mental wellbeing.”

“With support from the Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (Ministry of AYUSH), Government of India, WHO has developed the mYoga app to support the implementation of the strategy and encourage people to practice quality yoga at the touch of their smartphone screen,” WHO said in a statement.

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