For thousands of years, Hindu saints and gurus took long journeys to use the magic of this place! But it wasn’t until The Beatles came here, that this place became truly known and touched by the rest of the World. See, when you go to the holy Indian city you will see The Beatles “The Beatles Ahram”. It is an abandoned sanctuary where the famous Rockstars used to meditate for months to write the hit songs we all love and sing! Here they learned the art of transcendental meditation.
A power that helped them to write at least 30 songs! and through these songs is how the Beatles made this place known to the world!
Foreigner: “Hello, I am Sammy coming from Switzerland, I am here in Rishikesh just since before lockdown and finally decided to stay here because it is such an amazing thing going on!
Now, this is not the only way India inspired huge success! A few hours from Rishikesh India also changed the lives of many tech geniuses. Mark Zuckerberg visited Kainchi Dham in Nainital City when he was struggling in the early days of Facebook. But as he stayed at the temple he realized that the world could be better if there were more connected people so instead of selling facebook he embraced this vision for the company. ” Now, years later I understand that is how things work when there’s no sense of higher purpose so it’s up to all of us to create it so we can all keep moving forward together,” said Mark Zuckerberg.
The creation of Facebook was influenced by his experience in India. Now, this cannot be a coincidence that steve jobs found inspiration for the apple in the same exact place jobs was facing a series of life failures so he came here in search of motivation. After 7 months, he came out stronger and built a solid vision for Apple the rest was history. Once again, India helped in creating Apple “Apple at the core, its core value is that we believe that people with passion can change the world for the better” said Steve Jobs.
This is the influence of magical India as we are constantly in rush in search for success and the meaning of let’s not forget that The Beatles, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs found both in slowing down.