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Safarnama : A Journey to the Inside

Quoting Irvin Yalom, "Someday soon, perhaps in forty years, there will be no one alive who has ever known me." 

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Humanising lives will emphasis on the fundamental need of connection during the SAFARNAMA RETREAT

This need is rooted in our basic human nature, and it is through our relationships with others that we are able to find meaning, purpose, and fulfillment in life. When we feel disconnected or isolated from others, we may experience feelings of anxiety, depression, or despair.

We believe that every person has a unique and valuable perspective on their own experiences, and that healing and growth come from the process of exploring and understanding those experiences.


Come lets heal each other.

Natural Disaster

Out of Baatcheet was born Safarmana, our retreat, mirroring our existential-humanistic philosophy. Through existential moments found in starlit skies or heartfelt hugs, we strive to rebuild a community caught in the whirlwind of fast-paced living. Our retreat endeavours to craft a haven where individuals can silently greet the self within, nurturing a life of profound meaning.

Aligned with our existential philosophy, Safarmana extends an invitation to embark on an internal journey—a voyage of self-discovery, shared experiences, and the profound beauty inherent in existence. During this journey, the chance to heal one another becomes a powerful element, weaving a tapestry of collective resilience and strength in the face of life's uncertainties.

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