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My association with Indu Ma started in the 1980s when I used to visit Maharishi in Delhi, bringing him home-cooked food. One of my earliest memories of her was her insatiable curiosity for all things spiritual. Each satsang was dominated by its endless stream of questions emanating from scripture study and a deep search for the highest. I have never met a businessman or woman with such passion for spiritual wisdom, knowledge and atma gyan.
She had the extraordinary ability to balance her role as the head of a large business empire while passionately pursuing her spiritual goals. He often spoke to me of his desire to unite all spiritual leaders.

Indu Ma was a frequent visitor to the Art of living Ashram in Bangalore, often staying for long periods. He enthusiastically participated in our breathing and meditation programs and other activities at the Ashram. He attended all of our meetings, both knowledge and administrative, often recommending many of our practices and ways of operating, as role models, to leaders of other organizations.

Whenever I visited Delhi, she insisted that I stay at her house and would get very angry if another devotee got me to stay with them! Wherever I was and if she was in the same city, she would arrive in the morning and stay overnight. In our long association, our conversations never drifted to the material, but only to life-related matters here and beyond.
He played a key role as a founding member of the International Association for Human Values ​​(IAHV), a sister foundation of the Art of Living, which was established in 1997.

As an advanced spiritual seeker, she tested many waters, exploring a variety of techniques and paths with passion, including Vipassana. Finally, he felt that he had found his way into the Art of Living and Vedantic wisdom. Starting in 2006, she became a regular visitor to our Bangalore Ashram, where she spent much of her time. During one of those visits that year, he said to me “Gurudev, har ghat ka paani pi liya, ab hum yahin rehenge.” And for the next several years he stayed most of the time in the ashram. It was during this period that I observed that her many questions had subsided and were replaced by deepening silence and lasting joy.

A sincere seeker, a media baron, and a promoter of art and culture, Indu Jain She will be remembered for her outstanding contribution to spirituality and humanism. She was distant, but loving and kind. After spirituality, his other passion was food. He had extensive knowledge of the subject and was very particular about the times and types of food he ate.
His zest for life defied his age. She will continue to be a role model for women who aspire to be leaders in a man’s world; and be an inspiration to young and old on how to cultivate and maintain their enthusiasm, passion for knowledge and youth. She leaves behind a legacy of a life steeped in spirituality while balancing the life of a homemaker and businesswoman.
She wanted her last rites to be performed by one of our ashramites and this is how it will happen.

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