PM Modi launches 'mYoga App' to promote 'One World, One Health'

NewsBharati    21-Jun-2021
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New Delhi, June 21: With an aim to promote Yoga and make it accessible to people all over the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the 'mYoga App', on the occasion of International Yoga Day. While launching the yoga app, PM Modi said that the app will help India to achieve, 'One World, One Health’ motto'.
Modi  further added, "When India proposed the International Yoga Day before the World Health Organisation (WHO), we wanted Yoga to be easily available to the people around the world."
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PM Modi said, “In collaboration with WHO, India has taken another important step. We will be 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'."
The app was developed with the aim of making yoga more accessible to people all over the world, said PM Modi. “This is also a great example of the fusion of modern technology and ancient science,” he added. 
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The app has been jointly developed by the Ministry of Ayush and the World Health Organization (WHO). The mYoga app intends to provide yoga training and practice sessions of varying durations to laypersons and enthusiasts alike.
Currently, the app is available on the Goggle play store in French, English, and Hindi languages. It will be available in other UN languages in the upcoming months.
WHO stated that the app is safe and secure, collecting no data from users at all, and can be used as a daily yoga companion for persons aged 12-65 years. As per the WHO website, the mYoga app was developed through a 'review of scientific literature and extensive international expert consultation processes'.