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Balkan Hour

Temperamental visitors / volunteers Sandra and Daria hailing from Serbia and Bosnia hand picked few songs from Balkan area, mostly former Yugoslavia countries.
Within an hour you can hear lively rhythms of 16 songs along with either conscious or humorous lyrics, typical for the region, some of older date, some new ...
In a short interview girls tell us how and why they came to Auroville, and what is their experience.

BALKAN PLAYLIST

1. Gypsy Song
2. Dino Merlin Burek
3. Bregovic Mesecina
4. Bjelo dugme Djurdjevdan
5. Olivera Katarina Sosana
6.Sonja Ilic I Balkanica Kermes
7. SARS Perspektiva

8.  Hop Hop Gypsies flying to the sky
9. Zabranjeno Pusenje Zeni nam se vukota
10. Balkan mix

11. Goran Bregovic Mashala Mashala
12. Lepa Brena Cik Cik pogodi
13. Goran Bregovic Mahalageasca bucovina
14. Dubioza Kollektiv ft. La pega
15. Zlatko Pejakovic Kad si bila mala mare
16. Esma Redzepova Caje Sukarije

 

 

 

 





Comments: 0 Date: 03 Mar 2015

Sankalpa – Labor of Love

Hot Saturday morning, International Zone and group of people joyfully participating in a inauguration of Sankalpa Art Center by erecting structure of geodesic dome.
Many years, and perseverance were necessary that it came to this point where dreams and intentions are finally manifesting. Through art therapies that Krupa is offering to the community and surrounding villages as well, beside the healing processes she also try to build the bridge.
Iyyappan joined her inspired by the project while he was helping Krupa with her temporary home in the shape of the blue container on the spot.



Comments: 0 Date: 14 Feb 2015

Savi Meeting on Volunteer program

Earlier in January the SAVI team that helps to coordinate volunteers and students in Auroville, took the initiative to invite the many project coordinators and interested parties to help share and improve issues concerning the volunteer programs in Auroville. The first part of the meeting was a presentation by Savi of the facts, the recording here is the second part following when the 4 teams broke up to work and are reporting on their findings. Here is a synopsis of the results For more information please contact SAVI by email study@auroville.org.in

Discussion on ‘Volunteer’s tax’

The co-ordinator of SAVI, concerned Aurovilians, and volunteers discuss the implications of the financial contribution required of volunteers coming to Auroville, the role volunteers play in the life and functioning of Auroville, as well as broader issues concerning the interconnectedness of Auroville's working groups and methods of decision-making.
A key issue raised was the contrast between financial contribution and contribution in the form of work, and whether or not the one contradicts the other.


Comments: 0 Date: 21 Jan 2015

Kireet Joshi on Self Governance

In Auroville’s history Chairman Dr Kireet Joshi has talked to all Aurovilians in 2003 at Bharat Nivas about Self Governance.
It brings back to memory all the interrelations between Auroville, India and the world, beginning with 1968, designing a very clear and precise picture in which one can follow the progressive roads taken inspired by Mothers Auroville Charter.
Auroville is presently called to traverse a new evolutionary stage. The fruits of His Dialogue are still alive and wait to be lived and manifested, at the same time supported by the Eternal Breath inspiring us on the way to new Creations.
With immense and profound gratitude to our precious Guide and Comrade, who is always actively present among us.
By GangaLakshmi

C’est une remémoration à compter de 1968, au travers d’un tableau très clair et très précis, avec toutes les inter-relations complexes d’Auroville , de l’Inde et du monde - on peut y suivre les pistes progressives inspirées par la Charte d’Auroville de Mère.
Auroville est actuellement appelé à franchir une nouvelle étape évolutive et les fruits de Son Dialogue sont toujours vivants et attendent de se vivre et de se manifester; portés parallèlement par le Souffle Eternel avec des inspirations en voie de nouvelles Créations.
Avec une immense et profonde gratitude à notre Guide et Camarade précieux, toujours activement présent par nous.
Par GangaLakshmi






Comments: 0 Date: 23 Feb 2015

Cracking Good Tales

Derek Hook, a brilliant story teller, offered a performance accompanied with music and mysterious sounds on Sunday night at Solitude Farm for children and adults.
Humility, love, identity quest, dreams and death were the central themes of the tales. We had an opportunity to interview Derek where he explains the meaning of his tales and gives information for those who wish to follow him.
He also recites "Stand Still", a poem that he finds particularly inspiring.



Comments: 0 Date: 11 Feb 2015

Aromar Revi Interaction

On 18th of Juanary Aromar Revi had an interaction with the Auroville community regarding the Auroville Retreat happening on 12th and 13th of March 2015.
Below an extract of text posed on Auronet by the Residents Assembly Service (RAS).

Dear Residents of Auroville,
We are happy to update you on the preparations for the retreat planned in March 2015.

The Governing Board (GB) and the International Advisory Council (IAC) of the Auroville Foundation had proposed during their last meeting in August 2014 that a two-day retreat be organized in Auroville which would be an occasion for the Governing Board and the IAC to engage with Auroville residents on issues relating to the future development of Auroville.
When: 12th and 13th of March 2015
Where: Unity Pavilion (tentative location)
Main facilitator: Aromar Revi (Director, Indian Institute for Human Settlements, who has been closely associated with Auroville for many years), Assisting facilitators will be chosen from the Auroville community.
Participation: About 150 200 participants comprising members of the GB, the IAC and residents of Auroville including members of working and study groups.
Organisation: The conceptualisation and organisation of the Retreat thus far is an effort with the participation of the International Advisory Council (IAC: Vishakha N. Desai, Kabir Shaikh, Julian Lines), the Vision Task Force (VTF: Alain Bernard, Ameeta Mehra, Aster Patel, Hemant L.,  Sanjeev, Srinivasamurty and Toine), the Auroville Campus Initiative team (ACI: Lalit, Michael H, Min), the Residents Assembly Service (RAS: Inge) and a representative of the Working Committee.
Main objective: To reconnect and engage with the Auroville vision and its manifestation.
This will be done by:  Reflecting on Mothers vision for Auroville; Introspection and reflection on the spiritual growth of individuals and the collective;  Examining the present realities of Auroville;  Setting action plans for where Auroville wants to be on its 50th anniversary in 2018 and in 10 years.
The focus during the Retreat would be on the following aspects of Aurovilles development:
- Organisation (governance)
- Land and Town Planning & Development
- Population growth
- Education
- Economy.


See the full text here http://www.auroville.org.in/article/46389



Comments: 0 Date: 30 Jan 2015

AVI Canada’s Christian F

Christian F is here in Auroville completing some of the tasks with regard to the International Zone- These Including fencing and connecting water to the site around the Inuksuk  for plants and protection.
Seemingly simple steps are not always so easy to achieve since visions have to align themselves and the need for both planning and flexibility have to be found. AVI Canada's has also taken the initiative to help the Youth with small grants for housing.



Comments: 0 Date: 17 Feb 2015

AV Outreach Development Database

After three months of collecting all the information, data, links new booklet found its way to be printed at Prisma - Auroville Outreach Development Database, made by Kavitha and Paul Vincent on the request for L'Avenir d'Auroville.
The booklet provides information on what we are doing in Auroville and in our bioregion, basics information on what is going on here. It starts with the state of the land, continues with all the activities that provide development.
In second part of the interview with Paul Vincent we touch the work of task force for protecting the Master's Plan.



Comments: 0 Date: 04 Feb 2015

GM on Chennai Festival & Entry

The Auroville Council shared:
" We, the Auroville Council, are holding an interactive General meeting to update you on our work and to listen to the communitys concerns and feedback. Together with our sharing, we have also invited the Chennai festival organizers to share a short presentation of their work with the community. One of the main tasks of the Auroville Council today is find new members to join the Entry Service team. As you are aware, the Entry Service members are quite overloaded with their work and some of them have carried this responsibility for several years. There is an urgent need to find new committed members for the Entry Service. We, together with the Study Group and Entry Service, are organizing a workshop on this topic on the 31st of January 2015. We would like to share more information regarding this workshop in this GM. ".


Comments: 0 Date: 22 Jan 2015
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