Ramdev’s new ashram in New Delhi has become the epicenter of an international debate over whether Hinduism is “troubling” or not.
The Ramdev Samaj, a sprawling sprawling complex that opened in January 2018, is located on a hilltop near the Indian capital.
The complex is packed with Hindu temples, mosques and other shrines, with hundreds of thousands of devotees taking part in every day life.
The Ramdev Ashram in Delhi has had a major impact on the lives of hundreds of millions of Hindus across the country, with some religious leaders saying the religious festivals are a “sacred” duty that needs to be respected.
Ramdev’s Ashram has attracted a wide variety of religious leaders and students, and its main function has been to promote Hinduism in India.
It has a large campus, with thousands of classrooms, classrooms, and hallways.
It has been hailed as the “grand experiment” by a group of academics from New Delhi University, who have set up a task force to investigate the issue.
The group has identified many “cultural barriers” that have prevented the religious community from assimilating into mainstream society, with many people of Indian origin, including Hindus, feeling left out and left out by society.
Some of the key findings include:The religious community has suffered from “lack of political participation, a lack of political representation and representation of minorities”.
The religious leaders have also said the Ramdev samaj is an example of the “trivialisation of religion” that leads to “cultural marginalisation”.
This is not the first time Ramdev has come under scrutiny.
A few years ago, a Hindu priest was beaten up in the ashram after he dared to criticise the religious leaders.