It will be scheduled in June and would be a one hour long Yoga protocol as compared to 45 muteness of last year. And, in order to ensure smooth participation by foreigners, advanced yoga retreats would be set up in scenic locations in he country and there would be a mass Yoga demonstration in one of the BJP-ruled states.
Moreover, the government wants to ensure a "100% participation" by all institutes including the IITs, NITs and IISERs with a special 4-minute long 'Yoga Geet' which is to be sung out aloud.
This has been reported in timesofindia.indiatimes.com dated 18 February 2016.
In addition, a week long "advanced Yoga retreats and camps" will be organized for foreigner in April-May period at scenic locations like Goa, Mumbai, Mount Abu, Jaipur, Delhi, Mysore, Rishikesh and other tourist destinations. In order to organize these, a token financial assistance will be provided by the Department of AYUSH to leading Yoga institutions.
Last year, the venue was Rajpath in New Delhi where Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated. This year, a similar "major mass Yoga demonstration program on the lines of the International Conference on Yoga" are planned to be organised in one of the BJP ruled states — namely, Gujarat, Haryana, Rajasthan or Madhya Pradesh.
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