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What is Sex Tantra Camp on Navratri in Pune Controversy?

What is Sex Tantra Camp on Navratri in Pune Controversy?

The sex tantra camp, which imparts training in various tantra techniques in Pune, was cancelled on Friday and a case was registered against its organisers. The three-day course with a fee of Rs 15,000, held during the Navratri festival, had seen many right-wing organizations in the red.

Sex Tantra Camp in Pune

The controversial ad states that a Navratri special camp is being organized under the Satyam Shivam Sundaram Foundation in Pune to offer “Sex Tantra”, a 3-day and 2-night course.

According to the advertisement, the organization had started online registration for sex training for the youth on the occasion of the Navratri festival. It said that Rs 15,000 will be charged for the residential camp and training in various sexual techniques will be given in the special camp to be held from October 1 to 3. The controversial ad went viral on various social media platforms.

After this announcement went viral on social media, many organizations expressed their anger about it. “This advertisement of the perverted camp was being spread under the name Navratri Special. This is an insult to Hindus and their deities. Police must stop this camp to happen and take strict action against the accused,” said Hindu Mahasangh member Anand Dave.

Taking cognizance of the matter, the Social Service Unit of Pune Police has registered an FIR against a person named Ravi Singh, a resident of Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh for allegedly sharing this controversial advertisement on social media.

According to Pune Police, an FIR was registered against Ravi Singh for posting an advertisement on social which contains obscene pictures. Police said Singh was contacted and during interrogation, he admitted that he had posted the advertisement on social media on behalf of Satyam Shivam Sundaram Foundation, registered in Uttar Pradesh.

What is Sex Tantra?

Tantric sex originates from ancient Hinduism and revolves around sexual practices that focus on creating a deep and intimate connection. Tantric sexuality opposes the idea that we traditionally have about sex.

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