In Conversation with the Mystic

Raghu Rai with Sadhguru

on 3rd-Sep 2018, 6pm IST, Delhi.

In Conversations with the Mystic is an exclusive series of interactive episodes where eminent personalities from various walks of life explore a range of subjects with Sadhguru. Whether it’s filmmaking with Shekhar Kapur, business with KV Kamath, or whacking sixers with Virender Sehwag, Sadhguru offers refreshing and unique insights on every aspect of life.
Next event, Raghu Rai In Conversation with Sadhguru, will be on 3rd September 2018.
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Mystic, Poet


Mystic, Poet

Considered among India’s 50 most influential people, Sadhguru is a yogi, mystic, bestselling author and poet. Absolute clarity of perception places him in a unique space, not only in matters spiritual but in business, environmental and international affairs, and opens a new door on all that he touches.

Sadhguru's talks have earned him the reputation of a speaker of international renown with speaking engagements at the UN, World Economic Forum, MIT and Google, to name a few.

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Raghu Rai

Raghu Rai


Raghu Rai, the world famous photographer, is a qualified civil engineer but walked his career path as photographer, visualizer and picture editor in India’s leading newspapers and magazines.

Rai was nominated to Magnum Photos, the world’s most prestigious photographer’s cooperative, and was mentored by its co-founder Henri Cartier-Bresson. He has been awarded the Padmashri in India, the “Photographer of the Year” award in the United States and the “Officier des Arts et des Lettres” by the French government. Raghu Rai’s work has been displayed by both national and international agencies, as well as many private collectors and museums.

His photo essays have appeared in many of the world’s leading magazines and newspapers and he has worked as an adjudicator for the World Press Photo Contest and UNESCO’s International Photo Contest. However, he prefers to photograph his homeland and people as he feels it is his responsibility and a challenge to explore the ethos and power of India’s life and culture. He has produced more than 30 books on India comprising of different aspects.