New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the centenary of the Yogoda Satsanga Society of India and said that it is unfortunate that some people link ‘Adhyatma’ with religion. They are very different. The Prime Minister also released special commemorative postage stamps on 100 years of Yogoda Satsang Math. Also Read - 4-Day Tika Utsav Begins Today, Special Drive to Vaccinate Maximum Eligible People | All You Need to Know

Speaking at the event, PM Modi said that India’s spirituality is its strength and the path shown by Yogi ji was not about ‘Mukti’ but ‘Antaryatra’. “Once an individual develops an interest in Yoga and starts diligently practising it, it will always remain a part of his or her life,” the Prime Minister further added. Also Read - CISF Issues Clarification Over Cooch Behar Firing, Says Mob of 150 Attacked Troops, Action In Self Defence

“Tomorrow I will be joining the centenary celebrations of Yogoda Satsanga Society at 10:45 AM. Looking forward,” Prime Minister Modi had tweeted yesterday. “How has Yoga transformed your life? What is the importance of Yoga according to you? Tell me on the NM Mobile App.,” he had added.

Watch his complete speech here: 

Yogoda Satsanga Society of India (YSS) celebrated its 100 years journey on Friday.In this regard, the organisation announced its celebratory plans. One major aim of YSS is to reveal the complete harmony, basic oneness, and common foundations of all true religions.