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ABOUT ME

Devotee. Traveller. Photographer.
In this exact order.

Individual trying to navigate through life while making as few mistakes as possible. During this journey I will be sharing some experiences, enriched with photography, to show you how life looks through my lenses. Maybe some wisdom will pop up here and there as well.

IMPRESSIONS

From recent travels

MARCH 2020
 
 
 
 
 
Radha Gori
Behind the Scenes

Vrindavan

MARCH 2020
 
 
 
 
 
Vrindavan Leela
Theatre Play

Vrindavan

JANUARY 2020
 
 
 
 
 
Land of
the Saints

Maharashtra

APRIL/MAY 2019
 
 
 
 
 
Colours of
Mauritius

From North to South

LOUNGE ZONE

To read while sipping coffee…

27 JUNE 2020 / SPECIAL EDITION / LIFE WITH GURUJI / CHALLENGES
What happened during Covid-19 Vrindavan quarantine?
It was 26 February 2020 when we innocently departed from Mauritius airport heading towards India. We were on the way to celebrate the most joyful time of the year with our Gurudev Paramahamsa Vishwananda – Holi. When the whole world slowly started to freak out about Covid-19 situation, we were on our way towards the safest place on the planet – Vrindavan. At that time India almost didn’t know about coronavirus. Due to rapidly growing temperatures at the beginning of March, reported cases of coronavirus infections in India were almost at 0. Even though Indian government issued certain regulations and limitations for public gatherings, Guruji made sure that we have the time of our life with him in Vrindavan.

Life was amazing. Even when PM Modi announced around 20 March 2020 that India will voluntarily go under one day of self-imposed lockdown, we were not really bothered. It didn’t even make sense what one day of lockdown would change… But it was on glorious evening of 23 March 2020 when Guruji announced to everybody that lockdown won’t be one only day – but two weeks instead – when slight panic started to awake in people. For me personally, Guruji’s suspiciously high level of excitement about this lockdown was way more disturbing than any other existential problem. I could feel it in my bones – that he will have fun of his life during this lockdown. And for us it meant only one thing – annihilation of our egos and any comfort zone that was left in us. In that moment I realised that we will go out of this quarantine as changed people. I just couldn’t imagine how much…