Rise And Fall Of The Ego-Trip

It was almost 20 days and more than 300 kilometers of walking, begging, enjoying, connecting, getting surprised, experiencing acute compassion and witnessing miracles. We’re quite close to the grand city of Udaipur. We had just taken a nice cold bath in a sanctum. Although that was the first place where we were asked money but later … Continue reading Rise And Fall Of The Ego-Trip

On The Feet Of A Living Legend

Our next stop was scheduled in a school in a sacred town—Siddhpur. This town is an ancient town most famous for performing religious rituals for deceased mother. This doesn’t happen anywhere in India, except here. This town also holds importance to the affluent Bohra Muslim community and also the largest producer of husk in the country. I … Continue reading On The Feet Of A Living Legend