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Rajasthan’s Kota creates Guinness World record on International Yoga Day

JAIPUR: Kota is known as coaching hub for competitive exams but it will hog the limelight for its efforts to set a world record for largest number of people performing

yoga at one place at the same on International Yoga Day(June 21).On the occasion, chief minister Vasundhara Raje and yoga guru Baba Ramdev will lead people in performing yoga at RAC ground.

Raje, along with her ministers and party MLAs of nearby constituencies, are camping in the city and keeping a close eye on preparations. Baba Ramdev has already arrived in the city. For past two days, he has been training people on yoga at RAC Ground.



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Ramdev-Led Yoga Event In Rajasthan Sets New World Record

All India Edited by Richa Taneja (with inputs from Agencies)
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
Edited by Richa Taneja (with inputs from Agencies)
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
Edited by Richa Taneja (with inputs from Agencies)
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
Edited by Richa Taneja (with inputs from Agencies)
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
Edited by Richa Taneja (with inputs from Agencies)
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
Edited by Richa Taneja (with inputs from Agencies)
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
Edited by Richa Taneja (with inputs from Agencies)
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue


Edited by Richa Taneja (with inputs from Agencies)
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.
A certificate has been issued to us for making record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together, said Ramdev on yoga day event in Rajasthan’s Kota.Updated : June 21, 2018 13:02 IST

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed yoga together in Kota to create a World Record.Kota (Rajasthan): On International Yoga Day today, Yoga Guru Ramdev led the celebrations in Rajasthan’s Kota with an aim to create a Guinness World Record with the largest number of people performing yoga together.

Around 1.05 lakh (still counting) people performed Yoga together in Kota to create a Guinness World Record on the fourth edition of International Yoga Day on Thursday.While the record was created at 1.05 lakh and the counting of participants was still going on as it was estimated that nearly 2 lakh people were present for the mass yoga camp. The numbers were counted through set standard and drone cameras. A total of 4, 500 inspectors were deputed to keep a close eye over the Yoga performance
The previous record was that of 55, 524 people performing yoga in Mysore in 2017.

Executive officers in India on behalf of the Guinness Book of World Record — Swapneel and Ribika from London — presented the certificate of world record to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Ramdev.

While addressing the media, the yoga guru said, “A certificate has already been issued to us for making a record of more than 1.05 lakh people performing yoga together. More people are joining and the counting is still underway. More than 100 world records were recorded today in different sections based on surya namaskar,push-ups, etc. It’s a proud moment for us.”Along with Ramdev, Managing Director of Patanjali Ayurved Limited and co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, Acharya Balkrishna and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Scindia performed yoga at the venue.

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