The ancient symbol of yoga has its roots in yoga pants

In modern-day India, yoga pants are an iconic part of the cultural landscape.

But they were first worn by Indian royalty, like King Haranandrani II of the Vijayanagar dynasty, and the king’s grandson, Prince Arun, who wore the pants in the 1930s.

A new study by a team of anthropologists suggests that a yogi’s identity is shaped by the way he or she wears a pair of yoga pants.

The study was published online Feb. 14 in the journal Human Biology.

The researchers said their findings suggest that yogis may have a unique history of wearing yoga pants to express their identity, a practice that goes back to the ancient Hindu religion known as Tantric Yoga.

They are known for the practice of “breath work,” which involves repeating an action or pose in a yoga pose over and over again, usually with one hand.

The aim of breathing into the pose is to deepen and strengthen the muscles in the body, according to the study.

In modern yoga, the goal is to “dance,” the study authors said.

For the new study, the anthropologists used a survey conducted by a university professor and yoga instructors in India, which included questions about yoga pants and yoga poses.

The survey found that while yoga pants were worn by royalty, they also appeared in popular culture, like in the 1970s sitcom “Saturday Night Live.”

The research team included researchers from Harvard University, the University of Chicago, the Smithsonian Institution, the Centre for Indian Studies at the University, and The University of California, Berkeley.

The yoga pants, according the study, came from a pair worn by the Prince Aruntian dynasty.

They were made by a tailor named Chaitanya, who died in the 1950s.

They bear his signature on the inside, and he had a patent on the technique.

Chaitany’s father, Maharaja Narayanan, died in 1878, leaving his son to succeed him.

According to the Harvard anthropologists, the yogi in the study was a “bodhisattva” who wore yoga pants because he felt he was not a Buddhist and believed he was a spiritual being.

In his youth, he learned to breathe into the yoga pose, the study said.

According the study by the Harvard researchers, the yoga pants represent a kind of “sacred” posture in yoga.

The pants were used to express “his innermost being” and to protect the yogin from the effects of stress, the researchers said.

The anthropologists also said that the yogis’ sense of identity was shaped by their yoga pants’ design, which they said suggests that the pant was worn by both men and women.

“The significance of the yoga pant is that it symbolizes not only the individual, but the society,” the anthropologist said in a statement.

The new study comes as the Indian government is looking at new measures to fight the spread of dengue fever.

The country has reported more than 13,000 cases of dongue, including more than 2,700 deaths.

More than 3,500 people have died from the virus in India.

“We need to look at all of the things we can do to combat this, to make sure we have access to all our citizens and make sure the health system is able to cope,” said Rajiv Pratap, who heads the ministry of health and family welfare.

The government has already introduced measures to increase the number of people vaccinated for dengues.

The move comes after the government issued a ban on the sale of some traditional medicines that are believed to contain dengates.

“I believe the government needs to take this issue very seriously,” Pratape said.

“In fact, there is a danger that we are going to go backwards with our efforts to fight dengites.”

The government is also cracking down on the use of dung beetle masks, or the masks that cover the face to keep mosquitoes away.

Dung beetles, which can carry the denges, are also believed to transmit the virus, though they are considered less contagious than dengoes.

The United States also has a dengus vaccination program, which has been criticized for being too expensive and too late.

Pratapo said India’s denge vaccination program has not been well-received.

“India has not made its dengies available to people.

We are in the process of introducing a vaccination program,” he said.