India

SURFING 28 STATES TEASERS

Published on Tue, 11/20/2012 - 13:15

Two Aussie mates embark on an adventure of a lifetime by taking on the challenge to surf in all 28 states of India! What's your idea of living the dream? Join Jonno & Stefan as they take their lifelong love for surfing and share it with country of 1.2 billion people, over 140 religions and 1,652 languages.

SURFING 28 STATES TV SERIES

Published on Mon, 11/19/2012 - 15:38

‘Surfing 28 States: India’ is an adventure travel series that documents a three-month sojourn by Aussie surfers and filmmakers Jonno Durrant and Stefan Hunt as they make their way across the 28 different states that make up modern day India. “This was the most challenging and insane adventure of my lifetime,” Stefan says.

The Waves Less Surfed – an Indian Surfari

Published on Tue, 06/12/2012 - 16:38

Often overlooked as a surfing destination, India is home to 7,000 kilometers of primarily untouched coastline and only a handful of surfers. A break away from the typical surf adventure, navigating your way through India with a surfboard and backpack makes for a truly memorable travel experience. A destination that challenges even the bravest surf travelers, take a look at our tips for an unforgettable Indian surfari.

India discovers the joys of surfing

Published on Fri, 03/02/2012 - 20:47

Five thousand miles of coastline and not a surfboard in sight – but that's all changing thanks to the Surfing Swamis. Born under the technical and spiritual guidance of a former American surfer turned swami named Jack Hebner, the group last year set up theSurfing Federation of India (SFI) and has just organised the first Indian Surfing Festival in Orissa state on the other side of the peninsula.

Surfing in India gets spiritual boost

Published on Fri, 03/02/2012 - 15:10

Surfing India article in surfertoday.com. In India, riding waves is more than a sport. Surfing is a new form of spiritual meditation for the new generation of "swami surfers". India is slowly exploring the potential of its 7500 kilometres of coastline and surfing waves is the perfect joint-venture between the two worlds: physical exercise and religion.