I met Vihang Suryavanshi in the first animation studio I worked in—around 2001. At that time, he was a regular artist like me but when I met him after a decade in another studio, I was flabbergasted. He had completely changed.
He’s a reservoir of wisdom, especially Vedic one. He’s a Bhagavad Gita scholar and master of philosophy. But he’s got a twist—he’s also living a material life. He’s balancing both aspects of life—spiritual and material. He’s one of my mentors and a special friend, philosopher, and guide.