Posted by: ramrajya | June 12, 2010

Nithyananda should not indulge in any teachings or preaching except yoga.

Nithyananda should not indulge in any teachings or preaching except yoga.

After spending 51 days in prison, Swami Nithyananda, facing rape and other criminal charges, got bail on Friday [11-6-2010]. The Karnataka High Court granted conditional bail to him and his close disciple Swami Bhaktananda.

Justice Subhash B Adi while allowing the two bail petitions filed by Nithyananda has asked him to furnish a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh and two local sureties.

Not just that. The court laid down several other conditions — that Nithyananda should not leave the place without the permission of jurisdictional court and mark his attendance once in every 15 days at the jurisdictional police station.

“He should not indulge in any teachings or preaching except yoga. A spiritual head should be free from all attachments and denounce world. However, it is not for this court to dwell on that issue. The public is already sensitized by media in this regard. Affecting and hurting religious feelings is more serious than a stab injury. “

Actress Ranjtha, the woman in the CD, has so far not been questioned as she is in the US. The video footage showing arrested self-styled godman Nithyananda Swami in a compromising position with a Tamil actress is “genuine”, a top CID official said Thursday. “The video footage is genuine. It is untampered and there is no indication of alteration in the video. As far as image comparison is concerned, that is still to be done,” CID’s Deputy IGP Charan Reddy said. The CD was sent to Central Forensic Science Laboratory Hyderabad for analysis where it was found to be authentic, he said.

It is my request that Nithyananda must at least now rectify himself to be a true follower of Hindu Dharma and to follow a celibate life without possessions and practice Yoga meditations according to Bhagvad Gita. He must develop vairagya or a state of dispassion and detachment from material life. He must renounce all worldly thoughts and desires, and spends the rest of his life in spiritual contemplation.


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