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Twitterati’s having so much fun with Baba Ramdev’s latest mag cover picture

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev features on the cover of a leading Indian magazine, but his interesting posture seems to have caught the fancy of many.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: July 22, 2016 2:50:43 pm
baba ramdev, baba ramdev india today cover, baba ramdev cover shoot, baba ramdev funny photo, hilarious cover photos Tweeple have been converting Baba Ramdev’s latest cover shoot photo into hilarious memes. (Source: Twitter)

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that Baba Ramdev’s succeeded in making yoga much more popular among the masses than it ever was. They way he has been contorting his body has fascinated people across the country – even the world, and helped him become the brand that he has now. From TV shows and political platforms (the latter with little success) to aiming to give competition to some of India’s top FMCG companies, the yoga guru is a name to be reckoned with.

So, should a leading English language magazine decide to feature him on the cover, it’s not suprising at all.

But, this time it was.

Baba Ramdev has been featured – in a version of the Prasarita Padottanasana, or wide-legged forward bend – with the strap line: “How Baba Ramdev discovered commerce and turned spirituality on its head to emerge as a political, economic and cultural superbrand.” After making headlines for performing yoga to the music of Kailash kher, when this cover was released, Twitterati couldn’t help but react to it in the funniest way possible.

Check these out.

Well, after turning everything else on their head, it looks like the Internet decided to decide the same with this cover image. But what we really want to know is – how did that beard defy gravity?

Forget the cover, how is Baba Ramdev’s beard defying gravity? 

Video: Baba Ramdev doing yoga to Kailash Kher’s ‘Bum Lehri’ is hilarious

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