I pray to all gods. But lately, I have been worshipping Shirdi Sai Baba. He is more than a god to me. To be precise, he is like a godfather. He has been there for me always and has guided me through all my trying times. I share a strong connection with him. But in general, I look up to any god who answers my questions. I feel god’s presence everywhere around me. In fact, whenever I go to Tirupathi, I start crying looking at the divine statue of god. He is larger than life. Seeing Lord Venkateshwara is an experience beyond words. God, I think, is beyond imagination but I feel that I know Sai Baba well. Every time I pray to him, he keeps me waiting for his answers. He has preached patience is important, but I get angry with him for keeping me waiting. Still, I know he is doing everything for good. He will be there for me in some form.
I’m a very spiritual person. During my childhood, we would visit different temples, and pray to Lord Ganesh and Lord Venkateshwara. But I have realised god has no form because every time I pray to Sai Baba, he comes in a different form and fulfils my prayers.
Take on miracles
The only big miracle that has happened in my life so far is the launch of my brand, Blueprint Coleccion.
Lately, I have become very spiritual. I go to any temple, church or dargah. I visit Sai Baba temple every Thursday.
— As told to Sruthi Kannath
(Divya Niranjan is the co-owner of Blueprint