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In Pics: When Yoga guru Baba Ramdev took a water scooter ride


New Delhi, Feb 9: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev is known for his amazing yoga skills, ,but it seems slowly and gradually he will known for his other skills too.

On Monday, Ramdev took everyone by surprise when he rode a water scooter in Port Blair. He was also seen enjoying a jet ski ride in Port Blair.

When Baba Ramdev rode water scooter!
According to a Zeenews report, "Baba Ramdev was in Port Blair to teach yoga to Indian Coast Guard (ICG) officials. He gave yoga lessons to ICG officials to lead a stress-free life. He taught yoga to the officials on the deck of a ship.

Alleging multinationals of conspiring against Patanjali Ayurved, yoga guru Ramdev had earlier claimed that "false and fabricated" laboratory reports have been filed against its products.

नैसर्गिक सुदंरता के लिए प्रसिद्ध पोर्टब्लेयर में जेट स्की राइड करते हुए .यहां का लुभावना प्राकृतिक सौंदर्य बेमिसाल है।

Posted by Baba Ramdev onSunday, February 7, 2016

MNCs have deep pockets, they either take over the business of the rival emerging companies or finish them, Ramdev said.

"But in the case of Patanjali, they are unable to do it and that's why they are indulging in conspiracy," he said.

भारतीय तटरक्षक बल को जहाज के डेक पर तनावमुक्ति के लिए पोर्ट ब्लेयर में योग सिखाते हुए

Posted by Baba Ramdev onSunday, February 7, 2016

Many MNCs are feeling "threatened" by Patanjali's growth in the FMCG sector and hence are encouraging filing of "false and fabricated laboratory reports" against his company's products, he said.

When asked about a probe by the Uttranchal government on ayurvedic product Putrajeevak beej, which allegedly promises a male child, he said Patanjali would stop the product if it was banned by the government.

OneIndia News

(With inputs from agencies)

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