The World has celebrated International Day of Yoga on June 21st every year since 2015. Each year a different theme is selected for the International Yoga Day celebration. We are here to know about all Yoga Day themes and Logo meaning. You can find the list of themes here.
The List of Themes of International Yoga Day
|The Theme of Yoga Day|
|Year||The Theme of Yoga Day|
|2023||Yoga for Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam|
|2022||Yoga for Humanity|
|2021||Yoga for Well-being|
|2020||Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family|
|2019||Yoga for Heart|
|2018||Yoga for Peace|
|2017||Yoga for Health|
|2016||Yoga for the Achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals|
|2015||Yoga for Harmony and Peace|
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International Yoga Day Logo Meaning:
The logo reflects harmony and peace for humanity, which is the essence of Yoga. The International Yoga Day logo is completely defined and has some meaning.
Joining Hands- Union
The logo is etched on a white background representing a pair of hands stretched outwards from the body and joined together. Folding of both hands in the logo Symbolise Yoga, the union, which reflects the union of individual consciousness with that of universal consciousness, a perfect harmony between mind & body, man & nature; a holistic approach to health & well-being.
Orange Halo- Fire Element
Brightness symbolizes the Fire element and the Sun symbolizes the source of energy and inspiration.
Behind the human figure, a picture of the globe can be seen which symbolizes solidarity and oneness, which is one of the main principles of the Narendra Modi government.
Green & Brown Leaves- Nature & Earth
Below the human art form, there are 2 pairs of brown and green leaves, symbolizing the elements of earth and nature. The green leaves symbolize Nature. The brown leaves symbolize the Earth element,
Blue Human Art- Water in Body
Blue Human arts symbolize the Water element.
Below the logo the words “Yoga for harmony and peace “are inscribed which is believed to be the essence of Yoga.
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