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In autumn 1928, he sailed for Calcutta to study Sanskrit and philosophy under Surendranath Dasgupta, a Bengali Cambridge alumnus and professor at Calcutta University, the author of a five volume History of Indian Philosophy.Before reaching the Indian subcontinent, Eliade also made a brief visit to Egypt.In one instance during the World War I Romanian Campaign, when Eliade was about ten years of age, he witnessed the bombing of Bucharest by German zeppelins and the patriotic fervor in the occupied capital at news that Romania was able to stop the Central Powers' advance into Moldavia.I practiced for many years [the] exercise of recapturing that epiphanic moment, and I would always find again the same plenitude.He and friends Emil Cioran and Constantin Noica were by then under the influence of Trăirism, a school of thought that was formed around the ideals expressed by Ionescu.A form of existentialism, Trăirism was also the synthesis of traditional and newer right-wing beliefs.
He was especially attracted to Ionescu's radical ideas and his interest in religion, which signified a break with the rationalist tradition represented by senior academics such as Constantin Rădulescu-Motru, Dimitrie Gusti, and Tudor Vianu (all of whom owed inspiration to the defunct literary society Junimea, albeit in varying degrees).
[...] But even though the beatitude was the same, it was now impossible to bear because it aggravated my sadness too much.
By this time I knew the world to which the drawing room belonged [...] was a world forever lost.
I would slip into it as into a fragment of time devoid of duration—without beginning, middle, or end.
During my last years of lycée, when I struggled with profound attacks of melancholy, I still succeeded at times in returning to the golden green light of that afternoon.
His theory that hierophanies form the basis of religion, splitting the human experience of reality into sacred and profane space and time, has proved influential.