Hit by the pandemic, the yoga tourism sector in Mysuru is hoping to regain its former glory as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is due to attend celebrations for the 8th International Yoga Day in Mysuru on Tuesday.
A Tier II city of Karnataka, Mysuru is a global attraction for its heritage, heritage and annual Dasara celebrations. Also known as a retirement paradise, the city attracted around four million tourists each year in pre-pandemic times.
According to the Mysuru Yoga Federation, at any one time there were about 2,000 foreigners learning yoga in the pre-pandemic era in the city.
75 venues across Chandigarh for International Yoga Day
UT administration is set to celebrate the 8th International Yoga Day 2022 on June 21 at the Rock Garden, Chandigarh and 74 other venues with the aim of raising awareness of the physical benefits of practicing yoga.
About 2000 people from various associations like Bhartiya Yog, Sansthan, Patanjali participants, Brahma Kumari’s, AYUSH, CRPF and many other renowned organizations will come to celebrate the day at Rock Garden. The 75 venues for yoga sessions include Civil Hospital 22, GMSH-16, GMSH-34, Sector-39 Sports Complex, Sukhna Lake, and PGIMER.