A live journal of blessed activities in and around Kanha with Daaji
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Daaji's final day of the tour began with a surprise interview with Ms Reema Gautam from Aaj Tak TV station when he sat in his bed looking out at the city. He travelled to Indore after meeting a few city guests. Daaji arrived in Indore and rested in the VIP lounge before boarding his flight back to Hyderabad. The plane landed in Hyderabad, where Daaji was greeted enthusiastically by delighted practitioners upon his return after two weeks.
The day began with a group meditation with many hundred seekers and practitioners, after which he went to the Shivgarh plantation site, a project important to his heart. Daaji arrived at the Shivgarh plantation site and was ecstatic to see the progress that had been made. Daaji proceeded to the location of the planned ashram as soon as he arrived in Ujjain. He led a group meditation at the Venue. A few of ministers and a group from Jan Abhiyan Parishad arrived just as he was about to retire for the night.
Daaji led group meditation on a cold and gloomy day before departing for the next location, a brief stop at Maksi. Each of the group members travelling with Daaji was filled with a great sense of gratitude for the way they were treated by all of the host centres. When Daaji arrived in Ratlam, he was received by a group of guests and practitioners who greeted him and then showed him the designs for the Shivgarh Plantation project.
Daaji led a group meditation at the hotel for the many hundred practitioners in attendance, and then answered questions from the audience. Following that, he continued on to Guna, the next stop on his journey. Before proceeding, Daaji led a meditation session in the evening and received questions from the seekers present. Rajgarh is the next stop on the itinerary. Daaji then began to meditate. The meditation was pleasant and quiet, adding a light, peaceful touch to the ambiance.
The day began cold and lovely, with a little drizzle cooling the air. Daaji led a group meditation before departing for Shivpuri, his next stop on his journey. Groups of seekers from the police and paramilitary forces, as well as several medical students, attended the meditation session.