“Women don’t need to be empowered by an external source. They only need to have the freedom to be themselves so that they can embrace the infinite power of their femininity.”
Lessons from the nomadic Banajara women of the Great White Desert. Gujarat, India (2018)

Sej Saraiya Photographer
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Sej Saraiya is a documentary photographer and filmmaker from India whose work focuses on remote cultures and advaita, or the universal interwovenness of all living beings. 

Reflecting her own perpetual search for a deeper meaning in life, her art (both photographs and films) can best be described as spiritual and philosophical, hoping to create a yearning in the viewers that is tantamount to her own, unapologetically bringing a sense of unease and challenge.

She is a member of the American Photographic Artists (APA). Her photographs have been exhibited both in America and India and her artwork hangs in the homes of private collectors in Belgium, Switzerland, South Africa, India, Canada, Australia and the United States.

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It takes a certain prowess to venture out to the farthest corners of this earth, and the handful who do are obliged to bring back the stories that haven’t been heard, to shine light on the responsibilities that come with sharing a planet—the importance and urgency of which I portray through my photographs. The void of female storytellers behind the lens, once filled holds a promise of an emboldened future”. - SEJ SARAIYA

LA YOGA
LA YOGA

LA YOGA MAGAZINE

Sej Saraiya Photo Rajasthan

"ADVAITA" as exhibited at various locations in India and USA

REMOTE CULTURES
REMOTE CULTURES

"REMOTE CULTURES" as exhibited at various locations in India and USA

ARTISTS & MUSICIANS
ARTISTS & MUSICIANS

EMAN ATTALLAH, musician

VOVO PRODUCTIONS

VOVO PRODUCTIONS

GODDESS COLLECTION JEWELRY

GODDESS COLLECTION

HELPING HANDS FOUNDATION
HELPING HANDS FOUNDATION

HELPING HANDS FOUNDATION

ANAND PRAKASH YOGA ASHRAM

ANAND PRAKASH YOGA ASHRAM

ART OF LIVING FOUNDATION

ART OF LIVING FOUNDATION