Baba Ramdev has jumped on board to criticize Amazon for selling toilet covers, doormats, shoes along with some other items which have Hindu religious pictures on them. #BoycottAmazon has been trending on Twitter since the images from the e-commerce giant\u2019s website surfaced on Thursday. Amazon witnessed a backlash with Twitterati calling out the company for hurting religious sentiments. In a tweet, Patanjali\u2019s Baba Ramdev questioned if the company would be audacious enough to use holy images from other major religions. He also asked why it is always the deities of India who are insulted. Baba Ramdev used the hashtag #AmazonInsultsHindu and Amazon Should Apologize. There is no response from Jeff Bezos\u2019s company yet which uses third-party vendors to sell products.\u00a0 \u0915\u094d\u092f\u093e #Amazon \u0907\u0938\u094d\u0932\u093e\u092e \u0914\u0930 \u0908\u0938\u093e\u0907\u092f\u0924 \u0915\u0947 \u092a\u0935\u093f\u0924\u094d\u0930 \u091a\u093f\u0924\u094d\u0930\u094b\u0902 \u0915\u094b \u0907\u0938 \u0930\u0942\u092a \u092e\u0947\u0902 \u092a\u094d\u0930\u0938\u094d\u0924\u0941\u0924 \u0915\u0930\u0915\u0947 \u0909\u0928\u0915\u093e \u0905\u092a\u092e\u093e\u0928 \u0915\u0930\u0928\u0947 \u0915\u093e \u0926\u0941\u0938\u094d\u0938\u093e\u0939\u0938 \u0915\u0930 \u0938\u0915\u0924\u093e \u0939\u0948 ? \u0939\u092e\u0947\u0936\u093e \u092d\u093e\u0930\u0924 \u0915\u0947 \u0939\u0940 \u092a\u0942\u0930\u094d\u0935\u091c \u0926\u0947\u0935\u0940 \u0926\u0947\u0935\u0924\u093e\u0913\u0902 \u0915\u093e \u0905\u092a\u092e\u093e\u0928 \u0915\u094d\u092f\u094b\u0902?#\u0905\u092e\u0947\u091c\u0928\u092e\u093e\u092b\u0940\u092e\u093e\u0902\u0917\u0947 \u00a0#AmazonInsultsHindu pic.twitter.com\/2cXAJxa0yw \u2014 Swami Ramdev (@yogrishiramdev) May 17, 2019 Meanwhile, Twiteratti has been scanning the website for more such products and posting the links to these items as well. However, the unverified images and several alleged links to the items are broken. It is not clear whether Amazon has itself delisted those products from the website or the links did not exist in the first place. Amazon had landed itself in a similar controversy in 2016 as well when it was found selling doormats with pictures of deities on them. However, this was not just confined to Hindu gods. The items sold by third-party vendors were then taken down by Amazon. Here\u2019s what people had to say on the matter- #BoycottAmazon What are you guys trying to prove? Who are you trying to appease by doing this? What happens to everyone's cultural appropriation when it comes to Hinduism? pic.twitter.com\/xLz53zSmrU \u2014 Deepak Nadgir (@deepaknadgir) May 17, 2019 I dont know when these people will show respect for others. My India is a place of holy people but overseas there are some whose mentality is just making money and criticising others. "\u092a\u094d\u0930\u092d\u0941 \u0909\u0928\u094d\u0939\u0947\u0902 \u0925\u094b\u0921\u093c\u0940 \u092c\u0941\u0926\u094d\u0927\u093f \u0926\u0947\u0902". #BoycottAmazon #AmazonInsultsHindu pic.twitter.com\/LiJRnRoxIZ \u2014 Keshav Singhal (@_keshavsinghal) May 17, 2019 #BoycottAmazon You have no right to hurt any religious sentiments and beliefs @amazon @AmazonHelp @AmazonUK @amazonIN never ever buying from your platform and uninstalling you. You better need to learn to respect other religions and countries. pic.twitter.com\/ZNqyetEzmt \u2014 Rohit verma (@rohitverma221) May 17, 2019 #BoycottAmazon \u00a0let's stop this . amazon is making fun of our culture and hindu gods . \u2014 saathvik bhat (@SaathvikB) May 17, 2019 This is not the first time a foreign company has got mired in religious controversy. Recently Hindustan Unilever also drew flak as some people found its Holi Campaign hurtful of religious sentiments. Baba Ramdev too had played desi card in the HUL controversy stating that the only agenda of the videshi companies is to make the country poor economically and ideologically.