People are always curious about mystics, like 'How are they in person!' or 'How do they behave in their personal life', and in reality they should be curious. If there is no curiosity, there is no mysticism. Mind wants to know everything about that mystic.
And in the context of mystics and mysticism in this article, we are talking about none other than Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev.
Rational people are always present everywhere and after hearing Sadhguru's speeches, interviews, debates they must be thinking - Such nice speeches on ideal body, ideal mind, ideal spiritual life and ideal social life. But Is Sadhguru himself implementing such high ideals in his own life?
And after knowing that Sadhguru is a family man, a simple question arises : Had Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev infused such high ideals in his family?
How is Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev's wife?!! How is Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev's daughter?!!
Well, this article tries to give you complete information on Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev daughter : Radhe Jaggi.
For information on Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev wife : Vijaykumari or Vijji, go to our main article on her.
Who is Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev Daughter?
Radhe Jaggi Early Life
There is no much information available on early life of Sadhguru's daughter but you can still sneak peak into some of their family photographs.
Schooling:She underwent training in Bharatnatyam and holds diploma in the same, from one of the best Bharatnatyam schools in India, Kalashetra foundation. Her teachers or gurus are Sheejith Krishna, Shijith Nambiar, Pushpa Shankar, Arun Shankar and Braga Bassel. After schooling, she continued training under Nirmala Nagaraj and Padamashree (India's fourth highest civilian award) honoured Leela Samson.
This is what Sadhguru shared about his daughter and schooling:
Actually, when I was just about 19 years of age, when I had no inclination towards or was even thinking of building a family, I happened to visit Rishi Valley, one of the schools that J. Krishnamurthy had started. I thought to myself, ‘If at all I do have a child’ – and for some reason I thought ‘she’ – ‘she must go to this school.’ Then almost five years before Radhe was born, me and Vijji happened to go to Kalakshetra (one of the best schools for classical Indian dance), and when we saw this, we said, ‘If we have a daughter, she has to go to Kalakshetra.’ After that I never ever thought about it. Well, she went to Rishi Valley School for eight years, and spent four years at Kalakshetra, and now she has become a dancer.
Currently, Radhe Jaggi is a professional Bharatnatyam dancer.
Wondering, how she dances? Here is the video.
Sadhguru daughter Radhe Jaggi Dance video
Radhe Jaggi Marriage
She is married to Sandeep Narayan, a chennai-based vocalist. Marriage happened on 3 September 2014. The marriage event happened at Isha Yoga center at the outskirts of Coimbatore.
Two weddings happened on 3rd and 4th. On 3rd of September, a spiritual vedic style marriage occured. This was followed by reception Thali and get together of all the VVIPs.
On 4th of September, marriage happened according to the groom's cultural style.
Below are the some of the VVIP guests at the wedding:
- Kiran Bedi
- Shekhar Kapoor
- Juhi Chawla
- SA Chandrashekhar and his wife Shobha Chandrashekhar
- Sudha Raghunathan
Sadhguru Daughter Radhe Jaggi Marriage Photos
She has got “Natya Kalai Arasi” award from the Tamil Isai Sangam.
Radhe Jaggi Professional Website
Below is the website of Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev daughter, Radhe Jaggi.
Sadhguru: More than a Life is an extraordinary story of Sadhguru, a young agnostic who turned yogi and a spiritual guru for millions of people all around the world. The author attempts to re-create the life of an exceptional man as he combines rationality with mysticism and ancient wisdom with contemporary and modern outlook.
In Sadhguru: More Than a Life, the author writes about the early life of Sadhguru and his journey from being a boisterous prankster to becoming the spiritual guide for millions around the world. The author draws from her extended conversations with Sadhguru and interviews with fellow meditators and presents a powerful portrait of a contemporary mystic and guru.