Sadhguru’s Tweet About Feminine & Fragrance On Raksha Bandhan Goes Viral!!
Raksha Bandhan is celebrated to cherish and value the relationship between brothers and sisters. This day praises the protection, responsibility, love, and care siblings/ cousins carry for each other. Over the decades, Raksha Bandhan is spread all over the country and girls have started to tie rakhi to all their friends whom they consider as brothers. Raksha Bandhan was celebrated on August 22, 2021. Various people shared their wishes on social media. Many of them have shared the love they have for their brothers or sisters through posts and tweets. Messages of gratitude, love, missing were occupying social media. Pictures of various celebrities tying rakhi to their brothers or giving gifts to their sisters were posted.
Amongst the wishes posted by many people, a post of Sadhguru has put people into a state of tumult. Jaggi Vasudev aka Sadhguru is an Indian Yoga Guru and an author. He is known across the world for his Isha Foundation in Coimbatore and his Mahashivratri function.
He has never failed to make intrigued people through his tweets. His tweets are unfathomable and are far from the reach of any human mind. Sadhguru has posted yet another mysterious Raksha Bandhan wish. The tweet was undoubtedly enigmatic. In the tweet he has conveyed an obscure message regarding feminine & fragrance.
#RakshaBandhan is a promise to protect the Feminine – not because of Fragility but for the value of Fragrance. –Sg— Sadhguru (@SadhguruJV) August 22, 2021
People have made attempts to decode the message of Jaggi. Most of them have mocked Sadhguru on his tweet. Some of them have shared their understanding of the tweet, some have made fun of him and have sarcastic comments on him. Lots of hilarious interpretations were made by the netizens. We also come across tweets saying that he doesn’t make any sense. Few people have condemned him for his hypocrisy.
" Silky Beauty slips so fast, women try their best to guard, but it is like a sweet fragrance, the little bit remains and the rest goes by…"— Anshu Singh (@write2him) August 23, 2021
This idiotic poem I wrote when I was 12-13 years old. even at that age, I was much better than sad-guru.😉🤣🤣
"Fragrance"🤯— ❤️𝐂𝐥𝐚𝐫𝐢𝐜𝐞 𝐒𝐭𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐠🏹… pseudonym (@ProtestingGirl) August 23, 2021
Can someone explain this perverse dimension to me?
The drunken series of the sadguru!!🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮— أمينة Amina (@AminaaKausar) August 23, 2021
This is whole new nonsensensical dimension.— Shantanu Katre (@Shantanu_katre) August 23, 2021
Samantha va killi vecha moodhevi https://t.co/TWEMuwYc9Z pic.twitter.com/BtunkbxP52— Shivendra (@thisiscmsd) August 23, 2021
Gimme the shit you're on, cuz! pic.twitter.com/BGfJJp5P0g— 🚜 Blueberry Hill 🚜 (@4paranoia4) August 23, 2021