Bengaluru to Uluru

Born and brought up in southern India, I now find myself on the other side of the Indian ocean.

He also hosts Trãyate, which is a space to empty our cup while being in the present. (as a family)

Chiraag received a degree in Management from Macquarie Graduate School Of Management. He was a part of Toastmasters International to overcome his fear of public speaking and then later transitioned into leadership positions such as the Area Director in Sydney, Australia.

He has also practiced meditation for more than 2 years and has studied with many, Indian and Western meditation teachers, both in India and Australia.

Chiraag authored his first book at the age of 25 after a powerful experience at the Byron bay lighthouse. He attributes this book as the moment the duality seized to exist.

His interests cover a wide range of topics— philosophy, religion, meditation practice and his meaning of being a Sanātani but generally, focusing on “how a growing understanding of ourselves and the world is changing our sense of how we should live.”

His app is for anyone who wants to learn to meditate in a modern, scientific context with a mixture of having the ability to be of service to the less fortunate.