The Times Of India on Saturday reported that video sharing service YouTube has launched “naked yoga” videos to attract users who have no interest in the yoga traditions of the traditional world.
“The videos will help us to get more users, which is really important to us,” said Prabhu Bhatia, the co-founder of the company that owns YouTube.
The videos are being made available to users on both mobile and desktop platforms.
The first video, “Naked Yoga”, was uploaded on February 13, with over 3 million views.
In its first week, it attracted 1.6 million views and generated more than 5 million views, Bhatias said.
The company has also launched a new feature for its “Nakayas” feature on YouTube.
It allows users to create and share their own videos, including video tutorials, in a way that makes it easy for users to find.
The videos will be available to the public for a few days.
The move is part of the “New Vision” initiative launched by the company to make YouTube more of an open platform.
The initiative aims to make the video sharing platform more accessible to the wider world.