The Indian Ambassador to Vietnam, Sandeep Arya, spoke at the event, highlighting that this performance is an annual tradition to promote yoga and its values to a wider audience.

Indian artists captivated the audience with their impressive yoga performance.

The United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as International Yoga Day in 2014, recognizing its global appeal.

Since then, annual yoga performances in Vietnam have strengthened solidarity, friendship, and mutual understanding between Vietnamese and Indian cultures.

Over 1,500 participants from 45 yoga clubs in Da Nang and nearby areas attended this event, showcasing their passion for yoga.

International Yoga Day is a global celebration that aims to spread awareness of the physical and mental benefits that yoga offers.
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