Baba Ramdev spoke about the need of yoga practices in our daily life along with emphasising that “work is life and yoga is the way of life”
Photo Credit : Tarun Gupta,
Renowned Yoga Guru Swami Baba Ramdev graciously took the platform of Women Economic Forum to share his yogic insight as well as his insight towards the contemporary and powerful reformers.
Calling out to two of the most powerful men in today’s world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Baba Ramdev challenged the recent tradition of suit and boot and highlighted the powerful strength of mind and intelligence. Utilising the funny bone, Baba Ramdev spoke about the need of yoga practices in our daily life along with emphasising that “work is life and yoga is the way of life”. Contemplating about the daulat (wealth) in our lives, Swami proclaimed that it is the mind that is, our real wealth.
“Bina tie pehne wale CM ban gaye, chai bechne wale PM ban gaye” (Personalities without tie became the CM, tea seller became the PM”). The notion highlighting that any individual is capable of anything and everything as long as he or she avails their mind in the right direction.
Swami Ramdev echoed his previous praises about PM Modi and CM Yogi Adityanath. "Prime Minister Modi is a "Rashtra Gaurav" and "Vishwa Nayak" who has made India very proud at the world stage; we are honouring our beloved Prime Minister as a Rashtra Rishi,” Baba Ramdev said at new research Centre at Patanjali Yogpeeth which the honourable Prime Minister inaugurated on 3rd May.
Similar praises were said by Baba Ramdev for his yogic colleague, Yogi Adityanath at Uttar Pradesh Yog Mahotsav Programme in Lucknow. Bonding over yoga, Ramdev highlighted “Yoga has been an inalienable part of our culture. No king or emperor has built India or shaped its destiny. In fact, India has been built by saints, yogis and fakirs. It is a matter of pride for us that the Prime Minister is a yogi, and the Chief Minister of the most populous state is also a yogi”.
This new bond would surely ripe unknown and uncertain fruits in the coming time!
(By Shareen Sharma)