An Indian Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev, who has some unique interest in politics, today called on Minister for Youth Affairs & Sports Vijay Goel. They discussed ways to promote yoga among the youth and sportspersons to boost their skills and concentration.
Goel stated that Baba Ramdev has popularised Yoga and is a leading icon who encourages the youth of the nation.
“I feel delighted to have Baba Ramdev among us today, and I’m sure we will work together in some regard to boost sports as well as youth affairs in India.”
Meanwhile, in an ongoing RMN Poll – “Who is the most popular person in India?” – launched on November 13, with 14% votes Baba Ramdev tops the list of 10 candidates. You can vote and check out the poll results so far.
Speaking on the occassion Baba Ramdev said, “Yoga is a source of power and enables us to concentrate better in our respective fields. If sportspersons or youngsters take it up, it will surely enhance their skills and we will be able to win big in the global arena.”
Goel further stated that Yoga has already gained prominence in the world stage with the efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and we can devise strategies to boost it as a competitive discipline after discussing all its aspects and how competitors will be graded accordingly.
Goel also shared his idea that Yoga must be a part of daily training of sportspersons that would boost their endurance levels and concentration.
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