Arvind Kejriwal in Rajasthan for Vipassana mediation course

New Delhi: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal will stay away from the phone for 10 days. He will not even meet anyone and stay away from all kinds of programmes. Ahead of assembly elections in some states, the Delhi CM has left for Jaipur on Sunday for a 10-day Vipassana camp. In the camp, he will be free from all distractions like phone and other forms of communication and dedicate his time to meditation.

Kejriwal is said to be preparing himself for some time before he gets caught up in a tough phase of campaigning for assembly elections in Punjab, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, and Goa early next year. Kejriwal has been constantly visiting Goa, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, and Punjab in recent times over the expansion of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). He is expected to be busy once again after the start of campaigning in the near future.

The Vipassana where Arvind Kejriwal is going is an ancient and wonderful meditation experiment. It literally means to return after seeing. Come and see the meaning, and then values. It is the most spectacular meditation method of introspection and introspection. Thousands of years ago, Lord Buddha attained Enlightenment through Vipassana. He also got people to practice it. This meditation helps you to know yourself. Today, there is talk of this careful benefit around the world and people are practicing it with great enthusiasm.

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