Exposed: the tricks of
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NEW DELHI // At Sanal Edamaruku’s feet lies a boy of 13 draped in a piece of red cloth.
Mr Edamaruku calls for silence, stretches out his upturned hands and then issues a single command: levitate.
“I want people to make their own decisions. They should not be guided by ignorance, but by knowledge.”
One area where he chooses to tread lightly, however, is religion. He is mindful of the fact that many of the children who attend the course come from religious homes. So far, not one child has been withdrawn from the course, which lasts five days, and which has been running on a weekly cycle since May 17. In fact the last week, which starts today, is oversubscribed.