If you worship ignorance, you go towards Darkness. If you worship knowledge, you go towards Greater Darkness.

A guide and mentor, Pandit Divyang Vakil, affectionately known as Guruji, is a Guru with ancient wisdom in a modern age.

Raised in an environment imbibed with philosophy, Guruji Pandit Divyang Vakil expressed an interest in deeper questions of life since his youth. With a deep desire to understand the world, he travelled from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, the Gir forest to Bengal, seeking out sanyasis, senior spiritual practitioners and religious heads. In his years of travel, Guruji has been fortunate to receive blessings and rare gems of knowledge from many sanayasis and fakirs and formally studied Indian and Western philosophy under his father and philosopher, Dr. Suresh Vakil. He was also greatly inspired by the ideas of Osho, Swami Chinmayananda, and Munni Subodh Sagarji, with whom he has had extensive interactions.

Philosophy of Death and The Art of Dying

Traveling across many countries, Guruji Pandit Divyang Vakil has conducted intensive research for the past 2 decades on one of the vastly ignored subjects by mankind and the fundamental reality of human life i.e.,’Death‘; and the ‘Art of dying‘ which includes understanding of different philosophies and concepts, and scientific aspects revolving around the subject of ‘Death’ as well as death rituals and customs in practice across various religions in the world. 

He has closely examined a large number of death events to gain deeper insights into the mystery, origin and progression of life towards a distinguished state of ‘Death‘ and the phenomenon of death itself. By combining his vast knowledge and experience as a rhythm maestro, his keen interest in philosophy and profound spiritual experience, his research involves in- depth understanding and deciphering the vibrations and rhythmic patterns associated with ‘death’. 


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