His supports blocked the bus and even climbed on top of it to prevent the police from taking away Ramdev.
On Monday, Ramdev started the day with telling his supporters to pack their bags and be ready to go to jail.
Supporters of Baba Ramdev wave the national flags after court arrest of Ramdev.
Yoga guru, Baba Ramdev waves at his supporters.
Ramdev's rally, which saw the yoga guru leading the protest rally sitting on the top of a vehicle with a black band tied on his forehead, started from the Ramlila Maidan at about 1 PM on August 13, 2012.
Thousands of supporters of yoga guru Baba Ramdev march to Parliament to intensify an anti-corruption protest and press for a change of government.
aba Ramdev waves a national flag from atop a jeep as he along with his supporters.
The police had already warned him that he would not be allowed into the New Delhi municipal limits as Section 144 was in force because Parliament was in session.
Ramdev exhorted his supporters to remove the Congress-led UPA from power while asking then to remain non-violent during the march.
"They can only arrest me, they can't stop me from fighting against corruption," Ramdev said after his detention.
There was high-drama after he was arrested and herded into a DTC bus which had been brought to transport those arrested to a temporary jail at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Bawana.
Ramdev appealed to maintain peace and even hung from the bus window to calm down his supporters.
Baba Ramdev's mission to take his fight against black money from the Ramlila Maidan to Parliament did not materialise as he along with his supporters were stopped and taken into preventive custody at the Ranjit Singh flyover.
The drama continued for more than 45 minuted before the the bus was allowed to move.
Ramdev had warned the government of a 'revolution' on Sunday.
The yoga guru is now detained by the Delhi police.