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    Yes, we have freedom of speech guaranteed by the constitution, but you can abuse it by shouting FIRE in a crowded theater and causing a stampede.
    That misuse will be punished.

    So TB-ji point is well made.

    There are some siddhars, and they do not have to follow any dress code or celibacy.

    Siddhars are a type of saint in India who are said to have had many powers and achieved a ‘god-like’ state through specific secret practices that were known only to them. These powers spanned from controlling time and space, to transforming the body, manipulating matter at the molecular level and achieving immortality.
    The Siddhars were followers of the God Shiva and according to different texts there were 18 of them. Their teachings and findings were written in the form of poems in the Tamil language , a language spoken mainly by people in South India and parts of Sri Lanka. The poems were very difficult to interpret and were written in an encoded way so that only a few could understand them.

    Maybe Sadguru is siddhar and not Sanyasi.
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