Up and down UG's torso, neck and head, at those points which Indian holy men call 'chakras', his friends observed swellings of various shapes and colours, which came and went at intervals. On his lower abdomen the swellings were horizontal, cigar-shaped bands. Above the naval was a hard, almond-shaped swelling. It is a hard, blue swelling, like a large medallion, at the base of his throat. These two 'medallions' were as though suspended from a multicolored, swollen ring blue, brownish and light yellow around his neck, as in pictures of Hindu Gods.
About the Author:
Mahesh Bhatt (born on 20 September 1948), is a prominent Indian film director, producer and screenwriter. Bhatt's early directional career consisted of acclaimed art parallel films, such as Arth, Saaransh, Janam and Naam. He was later the writer of numerous commercial films in a range of film genres, from dramas like Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke and comedies like Duplicate, though he was mostly recognized for thrillers like Inteha, Jism, Murder and Woh Lamhe.