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Baba Ramdev Meets Amma

The first-ever meeting between the famous Yoga Guru and Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, the world-renowned spiritual leader and humanitarian
Bangalore | Written by: Kochi | Updated: 20-09-2017 | Views: 1058
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Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev visited the ashram of spiritual leader and humanitarian Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi (Amma). It was the first ever time that the two met.
 
At Amma's request, Baba Ramdev spoke to the Math residents and students of Amrita University about yoga and its health benefits, giving some amazing pranayama and yoga demonstrations.
 
Praising Amma's vast humanitarian works, Baba Ramdev said, "Amma talk little, but acts big. The problem today is that people talk a lot but don't act at all." He also told everyone that earlier he had asked Amma what he should do to help the future generation, and Amma had said that he should combine the ancient Indian sciences with modern science.
 
"Amma wants spirituality and science to go hand in hand," Baba Ramdev said. He then said that he has already been putting efforts in this direction through his Ayurveda institute but that he would now go further with Amma’s blessings.
 
Baba Ramdev concluded by saying, "Here in Amritapuri, there are no boundaries of language, caste, religion or anything. There is only oneness."
 
Amma thanked Baba Ramdev for speaking to the Math residents and students, and presented him with carved sculpture of goddess Sarasvati Devi.

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