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We were not sure how the true portrait of Martin’s “holy man” was captured. After all, it is not uncommon to find a fake sadhu whose main goal is to extract money from gullible tourists. Our doubts were dispelled by the message we received from Martin. He maged to find the headline man again in Pashupatith, Nepal, and even gave him a copy of the People and Earth magazine, which he can now almost use as a mirror. A member of the expedition, which Martin accompanied in Nepal, had a magazine with her, not suspecting that she was using the services of the author of the article and the photo report itself. It almost sounds like a bachelor’s story. And what is the life story associated with the sadhu himself?

“He was very pleased with my gift,” Martin describes the meeting. “I was also assisted in speaking with him by my longtime friend, the Pashupatith guide, who assured me that this sadhu was a real holy man and not a masked beggar from India moving mostly around Kathmandu’s Durbar Square.”

The man on the cover is called Shivadas Baba, he is seventy years old, fifty of them a saint. True, he also collects money from tourists for being allowed to take pictures, and with this money he buys hashish, which is becoming increasingly difficult to find, but he works as a kind of psychologist at the incinerator ghats. He lives in a rock cave near the ghats and spends part of the year traveling in the mountains, where he indulges in meditation.

“He also showed me another magazine and a photo book that the German filmmakers had given him. The people of Pashupatith filmed a documentary several years ago,” adds Martin Hayek. “Unfortutely, I have also learned some very sad news – about a third of the sadhus who made the ghats their home have died in the last two years.”

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Source: E15

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