Sanyasi /Sadhus of Varanasi: Detached Souls who are Integral Part of Kashi Culture

Living souls with no familial, social, material or earthly bonds

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Indian culture and heritage also embodies living souls with no familial, social, material or earthly bonds known as Sadhus and Sadhvis (female counterparts). There are nearly 3–4 million Sadhus in India. A big ratio of those sanyasi/sadhu of Varanasi: detached

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Shikha Saxena

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A Technical Writer, an artist and blogger by choice. Passionate about reading , writing and editing, NY.http://www.shikhasaxena.com and https://www.dnabox.co/

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