BY REZA GANJAVI
Sadhguru is a well articulated businessman type with long beard and robe. He's one of the most superficial, ignorant and yet arrogant so-called gurus I've come across. He's made commentary on a number things including J. Krishnamurti which clearly demonstrates he has absolutely no clue what he's talking about, but his gullible followers are at awe regardless of the kind of nonsense he feeds them (typical of gurus and their followers).
"Sadhguru (Vasudev) has also been accused of promoting pseudoscience and misrepresenting science. He propagates the claim, unsupported by science, that cooked food consumed during lunar eclipses depletes the human body's pranic energies. He also perpetuates numerous myths regarding clinical depression, and opposes the potential prohibition on the use of mercury in traditional Indian medicine, despite the substance's extreme toxicity. His views on the Higgs boson and alleged benefits of vibhuti have been rejected as unproven by science. In addition, Vasudev has been accused of popularising Hindutva's revisionist history of a golden Hindu past; of fundamentally misinterpreting Darwin's work as a Western appropriation of ancient Indian wisdom; of advocating for Hindu death rituals; and of claiming that Hindu Tantrics are capable of raising the dead."