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I have been vegan for the last 5 months, I wake up at 3.30 and do yoga: CJI DY Chandrachud said on fitness

Chief Justice of India (CJI DY Chandrachud) DY Chandrachud has now become vegan. Not only this, his favorite is Ramdana. The second favorite is Makhana. In fact, while inaugurating an AYUSH holistic wellness center in the Supreme Court premises for Supreme Court employees, including judges, and their families on Thursday, CJI DY Chandrachud revealed that he has been vegan for the last five months. He also said that he wakes up at 3.30 in the morning and does yoga.

I wake up at 3.30 in the morning and do yoga

Sources associated with the CJI told that Ramdana is his number one favorite, which is usually eaten during fasts. Apart from this, he also consumes Makhana regularly. During the launch of the Ayush Holistic Wellness Centre, CJI Chandrachud said, “I woke up at 3.30 in the morning to do yoga and of course, I follow veganism myself, for the last five months I am completely vegan and will continue to do so. I am staying. “I try to focus on a holistic pattern of life, which certainly starts with what you eat and what you put into your system.”

Ever since I assumed the post of Chief Justice, I have been working towards this lifestyle

The CJI said, “For me, this is a gratifying moment… I have been working on this ever since I assumed the office of Chief Justice of India. I personally am a supporter of Ayurveda and holistic lifestyle. He said that I had done ‘Panchkarma’ about a year ago.

Said this about Ayurveda

He said that we have more than 2000 employees and our colleagues in the Supreme Court. All 34 judges of the Supreme Court, who have tremendous pressure of daily work, are reading the files and I thought it is important that we look into this,  not only for the lives of the judges and their families but also for our staff members. It is an overall pattern of living. He also said that through the employees we can spread the message of the benefits of the tradition of Ayurveda to the rest of the country.