Delhi CM Kejriwal to Take 10-Day Vipassana Meditation Break

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister and AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday will take a break from public life to go for a 10-day session of Vipassana meditation.

Kejriwal will leave for an undisclosed location on December 19, a day after the conclusion of the winter session of the Delhi Assembly, to attend this 10-day-long Vipassana meditation session.

Vipassana is an ancient Indian meditation technique. During its practice, one has to abstain from all modes of communication, either by talking or via gestures, for an extended period to restore mental well-being.

Kejriwal has been practising Vipassana for the past many years. During past years, he has attended Vipassana meditation sessions in places like Bengaluru and Jaipur.

This year, Kejriwal will take the Vipassana break from December 19 to 30, the officials said.

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