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Claudia Ciesla prayed at the Golden Temple, Amritsar and Siddhivinayak in Mumbai before entering Bigg Boss

By Ashwin Salian – Futuristic Media Network

 

German supermodel Claudia Ciesla who is an ardent follower of Hinduism and always carries a Ganesha with her, had visited several temples in India and even offered prayers and gifts at the Golden Temple – a shrine that she is very fond of – her manager Flynn Remedios revealed in an interview to a Bengali newspaper. She had even attended a Dandiya programme and offered prayers to Goddess Kali, the report mentions.

 

 

Apparently, Claudia Ciesla who is very religious by nature, after her conversion to Hinduism has even tried to abstain from Non-Vegetarian food and alcohol. She has even stopped consuming wine. She was very keen on visiting certain places of worship before she could be locked up for three months and insisted that her publicist take her to the Siddhivinayak Temple at Prabhadevi and the Walkeshwar Temple both in Central Mumbai. She even paid a secret visit to the Dargah at Haji Ali –  just hours before she left for the Fariyas Hotel at Lonavla prior to entering the Bigg Boss entrance event which was held at the Amby Valley – seeking the blessings of the Almighty, says her publicist. She went disguised at all the places, as her contract with the Channel Colours and the Production House Endemol forbid her from being seen or spotted in public.

 

 

So intense was her devotion that the day she arrived from Germany, she went to her hotel changed into Indian wear, disguised herself with a wig and immediately drove with her Indian manager and another friend to the Siddhivinayak Mandir at Prabhadevi where she stood in a queue for almost one hour to get a darshan of Ganeshji -all this after spending more than 16 hours in an airplane.

 

NB: ALL PHOTOS ARE (C) FLYNN REMEDIOS / FUTURISTIC MEDIA NETWORK AND (C) CLAUDIA CIESLA. YOU MAY REPRODUCE THEM ON YOUR WEBSITES PROVIDED YOU MENTION PHOTO CREDITS.

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