Around 1.25 crore people, including over 8,000 differently-abled and over 4,000 pregnant women, will take part in the International Yoga Day events to be organised across Gujarat tomorrow, a state minister said today.
Ahmedabad district administration is gearing up to break the world record of maximum number of differently-abled people doing 'silent Yoga' together, Minister of State for Education Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said.
"Around 750 to 1,200 differently-abled people will perform 'silent Yoga' by wearing headphones connected to bluetooth in an attempt to break the previously-held world record of 350 participants," he said.
Along with Chaudhary, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Governor O P Kohli, Gujarat High Court Chief Justice R Subhash Reddy, senior judge M R Shah, Rajasthan High Court Justice K S Jhaveri will also perform yoga at that event, it added.
The state-level programme will be steered by Patanjali Yogpeeth. Various organisations like The Art of Living,
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