Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has become a celebrity. The multi-talented Baba who also owns Patanjali, attended the recently concluded Delhi Literary Festival in the capital on November 26.
Baba Ramdev spoke at length about various topics in the festival which included peace, harmony and love for animals. He said that humans must lead a life of empathy and in a manner which doesn’t hurt other living things on the planet. He also talked about preserving the bio-diversity of the planet.
Ramdev further said that some people are busy in saving dogs, donkeys, monkeys, horses and even mosquitoes but the moment people try and save cows, they are termed as communal, religious and are looked at with suspicion.
“When people talk about saving dogs, donkeys & tigers, it’s seen as a humanitarian work but when someone wants to save cows, why is he called communal?” – @yogrishiramdev at @TimesLitFestDel pic.twitter.com/8i9TGkCXlQ
— Swami Ramdev (@yogrishiramdev) November 26, 2017
But, the public was more interested in something else. As soon as Baba Ramdev posted the tweet, Tweeple started trolling him for the giant display of a popular brand of paan masala on the screen behind him.
Check out some of the hilarious reactions here:
Rajnigandha in back…. Sponsors r genius…. 😂
— Devant Raj (@FarziHumour) November 26, 2017
Paan masala pranaam!
बाबा जी, बातें तो बड़ी अच्छी कर लेते हो! ज़रा अपने पीछे देखो आप खुलेआम पान मसाले का प्रचार कर रहे हो…आपको पान मसाले वाला प्रणाम 🙏
— GIRISHCHANDRA KHULBE (@GIRISH531981) November 26, 2017
Launch Patanjali paan masala.
बाबा रजनीगंधा खाना है……
अब पतञ्जलि वाला गुटखा लाओ बाबा
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— MITHILESH KUMAR (@mithileshBHU) November 26, 2017
Why did he go there?
बाबा जो आप ऐसे कार्यक्रम में क्या कर थे हो जहां स्पांसर कोई पान मसाला की कंपनी हो।।म
— विभूति नारायण मिश्रा (@pankajdevshali) November 26, 2017
Its shameful when you stand in front of Rajanigandha logo.
— Girish Patil (@G_J_Patil) November 26, 2017
Why standing before a product which is banned?
N u r standing on platform of Rajnigandha=which is banned( don’t knw 4 waht reason) in Mumbai
— ashok kumar (@a_kumar7) November 26, 2017
Should have kept his image in mind.
बाबाजी आपको अपनी छवि और उद्देश्य का ध्यान रखते हुए,कम से कम ऐसी जगह अपने आप को प्रस्तुत करते हुए बचना चाहिए जहां इस तरह के नशे का प्रचार किया जा रहा हो
— Ankit Lakhani (@ankitlakhani7) November 26, 2017
Not only this, people also trolled him for the choice of his language. Baba Ramdev promotes Made in India and hence, when he tweeted in English, people couldn’t stop pointing this out.
So, what do you think? Let us know in the comments.