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Bengaluru bit by yoga bug, from old to young everyone's practising

19 Jun 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
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Bengaluru has reached a yoga frenzy with people as old as 79-year-old to young men, women practising yoga and not missing it for a single day.

Housewives to techies now teach yoga part-time/full-time. "It's so fulfilling and lucrative at the same time. I get adequate family time too," said Kavita Reddy, who started her own yoga studio.

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