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Daily Archives: 2017/04/19

Horizon

Featuring some of smooth jazz tracks

tracklist
Paul Taylor – Horizon
Bob James & David Sanborn – Maputo
Jeffery Smith – Perspectives
Al Jarreau – We’re In This Love Together
Nils – Catalina
George Duke – No Ryhme no Reason
Brian Culbertson – The Secret Garden
Mike Gill – Forever in Love
Richard Marx feat Toni Braxton – Suddenly
Yellowjackets – Daddy’s Gonna Miss You
Randy Crawford & Joe Sample – Rio De Janeiro Blue
Bob James – Angels Theme- The Invention Of Love
Earl Klugh – Midnight In San Juan
David Sanborn – The Dream . . .
Eastbound – Fourplay
Sam Riney – Let Me Into Your Heart
Boney James – Nothing But Love

Selections par Gangalakshmi 202

Une série hébdomadaire de lectures par Gangalakshmi (en Français) de sélection d?oeuvres sur ou de la Mère et Sri Aurobindo, qui lui semble La Manifestation Supramentale.
A weekly series of readings by Gangalakshmi (in French) from selected works by or on the Mother and Sri Aurobindo.
This week “Lettre Sur le Yoga” by Sri Aurobindo : Premere Partie – Yoga Integral et Autres Sentiers.
On the special request from listeners this edition is un cut!!!

Celebrating Tamil New Year 2017

A collaboration of Ilaignarkal Education Center and Mohanam Cultural Center, brought together the Tamil New Year celebration in Auroville hosted by Visitor Center.
The Ilaignarkal Education Center is involved with teaching and bringing together the Tamil workers of Auroville. The Mohanam Cultural Center experiment with making different sorts of instruments (mainly percussion, string and wind instruments) out of local material.
Almost like a harvest festival many seasonal fruits and vegetables were presented in honor of the Tamil New Year. Astrological predictions were announced as what the coming year would bring. Live traditional Tamil music and dance enhanced the event.

The Low-Tech Lab meets Auroville

The Low-Tech Lab, an initiative of young ingenious inventors working together to meet basic needs of humanity in a creative sustainable and environmental friendly approach.
One of the main focuses of Low-Tech Lab is working on a global collaborative research program and open-source documentation.
Their next step is to locate a suitable common ground for these inventors and engineers to gather and work together. Could this common space be offered by Auroville?

http://lowtechlab.org/en

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