A story-teller by profession and a traveler by nature; I travel to explore my own ‘self’; to get little more acquainted with who rajbir really is.

I make films for a living or rather I live to make films. It’s a wonderful opportunity for me to put and narrate stories visually that resonate with me as well as with others.

And my other passion is practising Yoga of life; I am grateful to be a student in the Himalayan Tradition. There are journeys that we take in the external world to reach new places and then there are journeys we embark on  inwards to reach the source. To reach that union is Yoga for me.

Wandering Feet treasures little stories picked up along these journeys. It make my experiences and feelings a little more tangible and its a joy to share it with fellow travelers.

Please feel free to leave a comment and let me know what you think.

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Yesterday our son who is Autistic and types to communicate typed “Oar the way” when we were leaving to go home. He explained it meant its time to go home. I see you also used this phrase. I’m wondering if you know the original source of this saying.

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