Arvind Kejriwal returns to Delhi after 10 days of meditation retreat


Arvind Kejriwal visited the Vipassana Sadhana Center located in Jaipur on August 29. (Case)

New Delhi:

Returning to Delhi after spending 10 days in a meditation retreat in Jaipur, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday he was feeling “rejuvenated”.

The chief minister arrived in Delhi this evening from the capital of Rajasthan, official sources said.

Mr. Kejriwal visited the Vipassana Sadhana Center located in the Galtaji district of Jaipur on August 29.

“Back rejuvenated after taking a 10-day Vipassana course,” he said in a tweet.

Vipassana is an ancient Indian meditation technique in which practitioners refrain from all communication, whether by word or gesture, for an extended period to restore their mental well-being.

While in retirement, he was completely cut off from political activities, the sources said.

Mr. Kejriwal is a regular practitioner of Vipassana and has attended sessions in Dharamkot, Nagpur and Bengaluru before.

In 2016, he traveled to Nagpur to practice vipassana for 10 days.

The following year he had gone to Igatpuri in Maharashtra and Dharamkot in Himachal Pradesh.

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