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“If Yoga Is Hindu, Then Gravity Is Christian”

Guru cool Jaggi Vasudev ‘Sadhguru’, the man behind Isha foundation talks about the forthcoming World Yoga Day.

“If Yoga Is Hindu, Then Gravity Is Christian”
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“If Yoga Is Hindu, Then Gravity Is Christian”
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He is guru cool. He rides a bike, plays golf and always talks science. Spiritual leader Jaggi Vasudev ‘Sadhguru’ is the man behind Isha Foundation, a non-religious, non-profit ashram near Coimbatore which runs yoga classes in the US, UK, China, Malaysia, Australia and many other countries. Sadhguru spoke to Satish Padmanabhan about the forthcoming World Yoga Day. Excerpts from the interview:

Do you think declaring June 21 as Yoga Day is a good idea?

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