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Transcendental Meditation becoming widely popular in Pakistan
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15 April 2014
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Since becoming certified as teachers of Transcendental Meditation, over the last few years Dr Ashok Kumar and his wife, Bhori Bai, have taught the technique to hundreds of people. This includes, Dr Kumar said recently, people from every religion, race, and lifestyle, including retired and active duty senior military personnel and their families. Doctors and well-known consultants from an important medical university hospital in Karachi have learned. They have taught engineers, government officials, mind science experts, yoga teachers, and experts in communication and personal development—as well as students, schoolteachers, school principals, and deans of universities, businessmen, entertainers, farmers, and villagers.
The Kumars have travelled to all of Pakistan's provinces, to large metropolitan cities, as well as to small towns and even smaller villages where, in many cases, they have been invited to teach Transcendental Meditation to friends of families. During one visit to a remote village, 40 people learned the technique.
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