Yoga, through lens: A refreshing endeavor

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The setting was perfect. Sunk in an affluent ambiance of baroque vividness, the Beaux Arts street façade of New York’s Indian Consulate had all the splendor and reminiscence of Hardouin Mansart’s style of French Renaissance. .
Lodged in the reception Hall of this Indiana limestone construct heaving under a mansard roof of blue slate, I first met Benoy Behl. One did not know from the calm pitch of his voice that he was only a few minutes away from his lecture and demonstration at the Consulate’s monthly media lecture series. In the company of a very scholarly Consul General Dnyaneshwar M Mulay, we floated in cheery abandon from history to philosophy to ancient India…

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