Away from the din, these ‘yogis’ spread message of love...
So far, the few camp members are just about managing with some help from policemen and a Naga Baba. “I arranged the quilts on the evening two of the members of the camp arrived,” says Constable Yashpal Singh.
Drawn from various countries of the West and the Americas, the members of the “Rainbow Love Camp” do not believe in any hierarchy or organisation. Anybody who believes in their core values of non-violence, peace and spirituality can join the community. They spend most of their time playing music, without the mikes, meditating and welcome everybody with hug and affection. There are no charges for anything.
Chrystal, who was among the first ones to arrive along with her six-year-old daughter Ila, says: “We live like nomads. People think we are hippies. But the fact is that what started as hippie movement (in the 1970s in Americas) has now become a spiritual movement. We are yogis.”
The community’s local contact, B K Kashiap, says: “With so many people from so many countries gathered, they feel it would be good to spread their message of peace and unity to the world in their own unique way. At this point though, they need a lot of help from the administration, particularly with the tents.” Mahendra Kumar, junior engineer of Sector-7 for the power department, said:
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