mysuru: Yoga stakeholders start preparing for Pm’s visit to Mysuru | Mysore News

MYSURU: On the strength of the announcement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s participation in the International Day of Yoga (IDY) in the city, stakeholders have started preparations to train as many people as possible in the common yoga protocol.
From Monday, trainers will visit schools and other institutions to train interested people.
Mysuru Yoga Federation President Shrihari Dwarakanath said on Sunday that around 150 master trainers of the common yoga protocol had participated in a brainstorming session in the city. “At this session, it was decided to start visiting schools and other institutions from Monday to train yoga enthusiasts for IDY,” he said.
Former Minister and Krishnaraja MLA SA Ramadas, AYUSH District Officer Dr. Seethalakshmi and others attended the meeting.
Meanwhile, stakeholders in tourism, education and healthcare are optimistic that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s June 21 event in the city is likely to boost the Mysuru brand and help the city ​​to develop further. According to stakeholders, the Prime Minister’s event will increase the visibility of Mysuru internationally, which in turn will help attract visitors.
Yoga Guru K Raghavendra Pai said it was a blessing for Mysuru to welcome PM Modi to IDY as he immensely popularized yoga globally and brought it to the present scale.
Mysuru Travels Association President CA Jaya Kumar said Modi’s participation will increase the value of the Mysuru brand besides giving a global boost to tourism, yoga and industrial activities. “This is a step towards making Mysuru the capital of yoga and related activities. The Prime Minister’s visit will help Mysuru scale greater heights, in line with Paris,” he said.
MLA SA Ramadas said Mysuru has huge potential in all sectors of tourism and hospitality. “From note printing center to yoga, heritage, medicine, meditation, etc., Mysuru offers many opportunities. Not only Mysuru, the Prime Minister’s participation in the IDY will also help the whole region to prosper,” he said.
Mysuru District ST Somashekar said on Sunday that the Prime Minister’s visit to Mysuru for IDY will be used to build the Mysuru brand. He said he will meet with CM Basavaraj Bommai and seek funds to upgrade or build infrastructure in the city to match his status. He told reporters, “There is a need for comprehensive development in the city and the Prime Minister’s visit will help us get the attention of both the Center and the state government. Bommai is abroad. He will return on May 26. We will meet the CM and look for funds.

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