International Yoga Day is being celebrated today, i.e., on June 21. The theme for this year's International Yoga Day 2021 is 'Yoga for Wellness'. Over the years, yoga has gained international popularity as a trusted and efficient way of staying fit. Today, millions of people across the world have adopted yoga as a part of their lives. Every year, on World Yoga Day, they fill social media with yoga tips, videos and advice on how to perform aasanas properly. Many also share their own pics as a way to encourage others to take up yoga. However, every year, there are those for whom Yoga Day is the perfect opportunity to create memes.
Here is a look at meme-makers who are exercising their creativity on International Yoga Day 2021 with some hilarious posts. Take a look:
Actress Kajol wished her 11.4 million Instagram followers a "Happy #InternationalDayOfYoga" with this picture of her sleeping peacefully. Confused? Don't be, she's only practicing shavasana.
Shavasana or the corpse pose is often used as a way to relax at the end of a yoga session. It is a position of rest and relaxation and - according to many social media users - their favourite yoga pose. Kajol's thoughts were echoed by several others on Twitter, who claimed they were celebrating Yoga Day 2021 by performing shavasana.
on the occasion of international yoga day, i did shavasana for 12 hours straight— Ajinkya (@kyaaYaarAjinkya) June 21, 2021
Me doing yoga…. ???? Mai Shavaasan sabse acha karti hu ???? pic.twitter.com/dJkOB7bQVK— priyanka singh (@priyanka_adv9) June 21, 2021
Even Zomato joined the fun with this rib-tickling tweet.
no trainer can get you in shavasana better than pic.twitter.com/toP7sFk8uK— zomato (@zomato) June 21, 2021
Take a look at some more hilarious Yoga Day memes that are sure to leave you in splits:
No one:— ???????????????????????? ???? (@rits_upadhyay) June 21, 2021
Me after doing 5minutes of yoga* pic.twitter.com/xXlMg5g7zK
happy international yoga day pic.twitter.com/wnBkfbrlhg— The Daily Hera Pheri Meme Project (@dailyherapheri) June 21, 2021
How are you celebrating Yoga Day 2021? Let us know using the comments section.
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