Narangkar is an artist and advocate for 3HO second generation adults. She lives in Oregon with her husband and two cats.
Narangkar was born and raised in 3HO in the 70’s. Her parents are the Gurujohns who headed the Hartford CT ashram in the 70’s & 80’s. She a big extended family in 3HO as well: 2 aunts & uncles, one set of grandparents, 5 cousins plus 1 aunt born in 3ho. And 2 sisters. Narangkar & her big sister were child-swapped when they were 7, sent to live in Ram Das Puri to live with strangers. In 1983 they got sent to India for boarding school first to GNFC School, and then GRD Academy, and also attended New Mexico Military Institute (which was a short-lived US-based school “program” for 3HO kids).
Narangkar left around 18 or 19. In 2008 she started talking about her life growing up in 3HO through the blog rishiknots– advocating for the openness and truth about the abuse we children experienced. The goal is for people to better understand how any seemingly innocuous ’seeker’ culture can lead toward totalitarian and abusive environments that can cause serious and lasting harm.
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