Tahira Kashyap has recently apologise to fans who have criticised her for posting a picture of herself sitting in the lap of a Buddha statue. The filmmaker posted a statement saying that she was sorry for unintentionally agonising few people.
On her Instagram she wrote “I apologise if I have offended anybody, but I myself am a Nicherin’s Buddhism practitioner and I felt embraced in the lap of Buddha. Every religion, every philosophy is about love. In no way did I mean to disrespect (anyone). Sorry if I have hurt anyone. From my perspective there is only love.”
View this post on Instagram
I absolutely never want to be a source of hurt and pain for anyone. Sorry for unintentionally agonising few people, wish love and peace for everyone ❤️ Was the most beautiful, relaxing experience at @atmantan Was in sync with nature and it’s blessings! From chilling in night suits, to collecting jamuns and eating them, it was a lovely experience. Also do see the lovely business plan my son has. (He is very concerned about his parents careers) The highlight was the lovely, experienced and courteous staff, the company of my best friend @komal20to77 and her kids and the lovely moments that I shall treasure and have shared here without any filter! #beingtransformed #familywellnesscamp2019 #atmantan #nofilter
Tahira later deleted the post reiterating that she meant no offence by it. “I absolutely never want to be a source of hurt and pain for anyone. Sorry for unintentionally agonising few people, wish love and peace for everyone,” she wrote.