Never miss a story

Get subscribed to our newsletter


×
Ramdev's first autobiography, that spells his journey from a small village in Haryana to the international stage, is available for pre-order on e-commerce sites. Flickr

On the occasion of International Yoga Day on Friday, yoga guru Baba Ramdev announced his first official autobiography, titled “My Life, My Mission”. It will release in August, the publisher Penguin said.

Sharing the news on Twitter, Ramdev said that although a lot has been written on him by other people, he will now share his life’s story in his words. The volume, co-authored by senior journalist Uday Mahurkar, is touted as an one of a kind personal narrative of the life and times of the globally renowned yoga teacher.


“This autobiographical account uncovers the trials, tribulations and triumphs of his life and provides insights into his childhood, his passion for yoga and good health, his friends and foes and the Swadeshi campaign he spearheaded,” the leading publishing house said in a Friday statement.


“I hope readers, fans and followers from across the world will read it and be a part of my journey,” the 53-year-old Ramdev said about the gripping ‘tell-all’. Wikimedia Commons

ALSO READ: International Yoga Day: India Celebrates Yoga Day on Land, Ships, Submarines

The upcoming book will also show the journey of Ramdev’s venture, Patanjali Group of Institutions and how it became a multi-billion corporation and is considered one of the fastest growing companies in Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) in India with a turnover of about Rs 12,000 crore.

“I hope readers, fans and followers from across the world will read it and be a part of my journey,” the 53-year-old Ramdev said about the gripping ‘tell-all’. Ramdev’s first autobiography, that spells his journey from a small village in Haryana to the international stage, is available for pre-order on e-commerce sites. (IANS)


Popular

Photo by Jonathan Meyer on Unsplash

Sachin Kataria, CEO, Zoomin shares all the minute details to make festive season personal.

By N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe

Life was moving at a fast pace for most of us and then the pandemic hit. The pace definitely slowed down and gave us an opportunity to look back at our lifestyle, routine and our most cherished old memories. 'Looking back' through your old photos on a phone versus flipping through a glossy photo album and reliving each memory? Getting teary eyed at some, and straight up howling with laughter at some others.

Today, advancement in technologies has opened up an ocean of possibilities. So how does one hold on these closest moments and memories in a thoroughly tangible way? Sachin Kataria, CEO, Zoomin shares all the minute details to make festive season personal.

Moving from gifts to personal stories: Gifts are no longer just confined to material items of a certain 'price tag'. Gifting someone is now seen as a chance to create a unique experience and splash of emotions that the receiver can enjoy for years to come. It's a fact that preserving memories is now a lot easier with delivery partners that can convert digital memories into actual personalised frames, albums and a host of memorabilia. And this makes it so much easier and quicker for you to hold meaningful memories close to your heart.

gift boxes Gifts are no longer just confined to material items of a certain 'price tag'. | Photo by freestocks on Unsplash

Keep Reading Show less
Photo by Jorge Fernández on Unsplash

Take a look at these entertaining time-killing websites and put an end to boredom.

Boredom seems to be an unavoidable aspect of existence. Sure, you can pass the time on social media sites like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter when you’re bored but you can only browse for so long before things become monotonous and uninteresting. The internet has revolutionized the world in various ways, be it politics, shopping, or journalism, to name a few. It has also completely redefined how individuals spend their time.

If there is ever a point when the internet is the most beneficial, it’s for curing boredom. Internet is vast and has dozens of websites that may be used to break the monotony.

Keep Reading Show less
Unsplash

India is a core market for growth at LinkedIn and the second largest market in terms of members after the US.

Professional networking platform LinkedIn on Thursday unveiled a user interface in Hindi, with the goal to support 600 million Hindi language speakers globally.

With this launch, LinkedIn aims to break down language barriers, providing greater access to professional and networking opportunities to Hindi speakers in India and around the world. With the launch of Hindi, LinkedIn now supports 25 languages globally.

Keep reading... Show less