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"In mind a storyteller, with body a pilgrim,

through heart a seeker.”


In mind a storyteller, with body a pilgrim, through heart a seeker.”


Jump and the net would appear”, He always believed.  After graduating from the film school in San Francisco, he left for India to make a film on one of the last active disciples of Mahatma Gandhi, Dwarko Sundarani. His parting advice to him was –  “Find your truth through whatever you do.” This led him to be a pilgrim storyteller, living and working in various ashrams all across India.


In his pilgrimage journey, he has lived with seekers from all over India, worked with refugees in France, participated in Peace movement in Japan and Switzerland, danced with Sufi's in Turkey and participated in Oneness Retreats across Europe.


Professionally he founded an organisation, MAM Movies to create a platform for fellow filmmakers to use Media for Social Change. His exploration has been to harness the potential of stories to connect hearts and create positive change. For 10 years he worked at Sabarmati Gandhi Ashram doing small experiments in Gift Culture, Love and Maitri. 


He has been recognised for his work by the British Council and has taken workshops at Stanford University, IIM Ahmedabad, TEDx IIT and many other forums all across the world. Currently he lives in Auroville learning to just Be.

Ram Hari

Ram Hari

A short film on the recent visit to Vinoba Bhave Ashram in Brahma Vidya Mandir, Paunar, India. Founded by Vinoba Bhave, Brahma Vidya Mandir is the temple (Mandir) where one seeks the wisdom and experience(Vidya) of the Absolute(Brahma). Women’s spiritual emancipation is the motto of Brahma Vidya Mandir. At present, in all, 28 sisters live in the ashram. they come from different states of India and one is from Japan. Without distinction of caste, creed, language, religion, and nationality they share their lives together. Brothers closely associated with Vinobaji also lived with the sisters. Life in Brahma Vidya Mandir is the fusion of the three classic currents of sadhana, Karma (action), Jnana (knowledge), and Bhakti (devotion). This threeefold combination provides the means to meet the fundamental needs of the body, mind and spirit. The members of Brahma Vidya Mandir are diligently committed to Samuhik Sadhana(collective spiritual pursuit for the realization of the Self). This collective spiritual sadhana is central theme of the ashram. In short, this means surrendering all of one’s capacities at the feet of the Lord, abiding in the group, and seeing the inter-union of all aspirants as different organs of one body. There are 5 pillars of the community’s spiritual life, all grounded in satya(truth) and ahimsa (nonviolence). The pillars are Brahmacharya(celibacy), Samuhik Sadhana, Shrama(productive manual labour), Swadhyaya (self study) and Bhakti (devotion). More :


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