Surfing India gains Intl. Exposure
Over the course of the last year, and primarily in the previous couple months, Surfing India has gained international exposure and global recognition. Check out the full story for more links and details.
Over the course of the last year, and primarily in the previous couple months, “Surfing India” has gained international exposure and global recognition. Here are the names and links to where some of our articles have been published.
Der Spiegel – Swami Narasingha (aka – Jack Hebner) was featured in the profile’s section of one of Germany’s leading magazines.
Times of London / Times Online – “American Hindu monk opens India’s first surfing ashram…“
Surfing World, Surfing the Magazine, Surfin’ Life, & Surf Europe – Australian, US, European, and Japanese based Surf Magazines all featured an article on an Indian surf trip, our direct involvement, and the world class waves we helped them find.
The Telegraph, TopsNews.in, etc (Calcutta, India) – “Swami who surfs. American marries spiritualism with sport“
BLUE. surfside style magazine (Japan) – Japan’s leading surf & lifestyle magazine featured a 26 page article on surfing in India and their travels to our Ashram Surf Retreat earlier in 2009.
The National (Abu Dhabi, UAE) – “The Surfing Swamis”
Global Post – “Surfin’ Swamis. Catching waves, and spirituality in India’s emerging surfer culture”
NOTE: If you’d like to find more articles on us and what we’re doing to promote surfing in India, just Google: “surfing swamis” or “american hindu monk surfing”