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Yoga has become a way of making money in India: Yoga exponent Tarun Saha

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HT Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, Sept 15: Internationally acclaimed yoga exponent Tarun Saha said, “Without knowing the art of yoga, some yoga teachers are taking 20 days yoga classes and some are becoming yoga teachers to earn money.”

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Tarun Saha, is the main yoga teacher at Bikram Yoga. For the last several years, he has been staying in Mexico.

Talking to this correspondent, Tarun Saha said, “Now yoga has become a way of making money. Some people take a 1 month yoga course in some institute and become a yoga teacher in India.

Lots of such schools are now open in India. Some teachers are not qualified enough to teach yoga because they do not have any proper education on yoga. It feels very wrong that some people have started to look up to yoga for business.”

He further said, “I am lucky enough that I have learned yoga from yoga expert Bikram Choudhury. He helped me to learn yoga in a broader way. Yoga is a science and without knowing the basic tentacles of yoga, one cannot do it.”

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He further added, “Yoga is a discipline and people should first understand the philosophy of yoga.”
Tarun Saha reveals how yoga can be performed in a right way and said, “Right now, I am in Guwahati and interacting with the yoga teachers of the north-east.”

“Yoga is related to our ancient culture and our young generation should know the benefits of it and learn it under proper guidance,” Saha added.

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