Mystic India is a large format film that rediscovers India by tracing the journey of an 11-year-old child yogi, Neelkanth Varni. From the snow-capped cliffs of the Himalayas, through the dense jungles of eastern India, to the crystal sand beaches of southern India, Neelkanth’s travels share the story of more than a billion different people, their customs, and languages, all unified by their diversity. Mystic India is directed by Keith Melton, and the score is composed by EMMY Award Winner Sam Cardon and renowned flutist Pandit Ronu Majumdar. The film sports a cast of over 45,000 and captures the breathtaking sights, sounds, and awe-inspiring festivals of India. The film was awarded the Audience’s Choice Award in 2005 at the 10th International Large Format Film Festival in Paris, France and has since been used by various educators to teach cultural diversity and Indian heritage to their students. It depicts a true portrait of India’s mysticism.
“I have visited India many times, and would like to go back again. Mystic India has captivated my heart and soul…again.” – Audrey Smith, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
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