Dahlia Sen Oberoi, a hotshot lawyer whose life revolves around court appearances and client meetings around the globe, finds herself yearning for something more. With a lifelong passion for fitness, yoga was something that she had dabbled in as an amateur enthusiast. So when she discovers a yoga teacher’s training course offered by an ashram, she forces herself to face the question: if not now, when? Soon, she sets off on her quest to move away from her uncompromising life as a lawyer and find some calm. Living sans her precious laptop, attending lectures on the Gita, learning and perfecting new asanas is at first a struggle. But gradually, her self-doubt and restlessness wash away as she rediscovers herself in surprisingly new ways.
At once profound and humorous, this delightfully candid account of her 30-day-long transformational sojourn will take readers on a joyous and emotionally rich journey. Ashramed is sprinkled with laughter and wisdom, and the assurance that in life, there are no timestamps, that it is always a good idea to take chances and embark on a journey of self-transformation, and most importantly, that it is never too late to do what you love.
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