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IAF personnel perform yoga asanas at 15,000 feet

The daredevils performed asanas like Vayu Namaskar and Vayu Padmasana on the eve of the fourth International Yoga Day.

In an impressive display of yoga, Indian Air Force (IAF) personnel today performed asanas in the sky at a height of about 15,000 feet.

"Yoga at 15000 Feet : #YogaDay2018 - A unique message of good health, happiness, harmony & peace from the Airwarriors of IAF. The Instructors of Paratroopers Training School of the India Air Force practicing Yoga in the Blue Sky. (Wg Cdr KBS Samyal & Wg Cdr Gajanand Yadav) (sic)," the IAF tweeted.

The daredevils performed asanas like Vayu Namaskar and Vayu Padmasana on the eve of the fourth International Yoga Day.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead the celebrations in India tomorrow and will join thousands of volunteers in performing yoga asanas in Uttarakhand's Dehradun.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)



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