Yoga on radio. Yoga from mantri. Yoga on television. Yoga to sell Patanjali. Yoga for health. Yoga for harmony. Turning and twisting, arguing and insisting. And here we are caught in a strange knot. Yoga for you and yoga for me.
While UN along with Raju khainee wala, Patanjali atta lovers, Karol Baag hotties, Makhanwali Moshi and our unmindful Khakhee neighbours celebrate International Yoga Day. We at Brainpan Studio celebrate International Yoda Day.
“Yoda is not Indian” and “it does not belong to India”, mystic and Jedi master Gurukul Chattopadhyaya told a Brainpan Studio meeting on Monday with a rhetorical flourish.
“Yes, it originated in India,” he told a national audience of animators and visual artists.
Chattopadhyaya was speaking at the Yoda Day eve event “Conversation with Masters: Yoda for the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).”
As part of Yoda Day celebrations , a series of Yoda poses were projected on to side of the Studio building on Monday night.
With the individual starts the path to achieving those goals, said he. “Changing not the individual will transform not the world. A larger manifestation of who we are the world be.”