Asana classes are from 5am to 6:30am only, and if there is a power cut like this morning, Coni could not shoot due to the lack of light. Bad luck!

But later in the day, the weather got nice and sunny, and we were happily surprised by an invitation to attend a satsang with the master of the Bihar School of Yoga, Swami Niranjan.
He told us miraculous stories and explained us the comprehensive and traditional yoga approach taught here: “Yoga for head, heart and hands”.

Later on, a senior swami took us another property of the Bihar School of Yoga, beautifully located along the Ganges. And while the sunset was glowing in front of us, he gave us a personal yogic message for our journey:

“Do not expect anything to happen, just accept things as they are happening.”

Swami Niranjan, Bihar School of Yoga
Swami Niranjan, Bihar School of Yoga
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