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Tag: Indian Culture Ordering
Chanting to Goddess Sarasvati
Nishtha has translated all main and sub-hymns to Sarasvati in the Rig-Veda. In this first lecture Nishtha brought back the rhythm and tone that was used originally in Sarasvati. So instead of having the dry mechanical tone and rhythm we now have the chants by the Rishis in beautiful poetic sounds and rhythms. Participants also had the chance to join in the chants to the Goddess Sarasvati (the flow of Divine Inspiration) as was heard originally in the vision and spiritual experience of the Rishis of the Rig-Veda. Read more

Thursday, 14 February 2013
Korean Literary Art
Although already without power (was a Thursday night just before cyclone Thane), Korean artist and many of those who were delighted to experience some literary art from Korean and Indian artist came to the Pavilion of Tibetan Culture. Aster Patel opened with Sri Aurobindo's Cosmic Consciousness, after the greetings from Choi ChangGeun and Sarasija. And that poetry doesn't know the boundaries was clear after listening melodic poems in Korean language without really cacthing the meaning but understanding the beauty of written word. Read more

Wednesday, 04 January 2012
Flowering of potential for all
In an interesting interview with Kalvi and Kathy with the background of open house at Thamari community centre at Edayanchavadi we can hear inspiring story about the center, which it became very important for the village children. "Flowering of potential for all" is their red thread, and center is trying to be a safe space for children of all ages last seven years. For the open house children prepared many things, from exhibition of their work trough the year, magic show, and launching of a bilingual book "Blooming Thamarai" . Read more

Monday, 26 December 2011
New Dharmas
The integration of the 4 varnas and the new Dhrama. The 4 varnas, quite other than the castes, have determined the structure of society not only in India but also in the West. Their integration into a human unity is essential for the coming about of the new world. The new inner or spiritual unity will gradually create a new, egoless dharma – “Nous voulons une race sans ? go” – replacing the ego-dharma of the evolution until now. Georges van Vrekhem gave a talk in Savitri Bhavan. Read more

Thursday, 20 October 2011
Life Education Center
The Life Education Center, an outreach unit that works to provide mentoring and technical skills to young village women. LEC is described from multi - generational perspectives. Zerina, a long time teacher and mentor at the center describes the evolution and discovery of the center's mission to provide emotional support and basic trade skills, along with her own memories of working to mentor girls. Indirani, an Auroville Newcomer – who received training at LEC, and then returned as a mentor – speaks about her journey to become an Aurovilian, and gives a unique perspective on the Auroville community and entry process. Saranya, a current LEC student shares a few words about the LEC's role in her life. Read more

Wednesday, 03 November 2010
Oru varudathirku piraku

Mohanam Marutham panpattu maiyathin Mudalam Aandu Niraivu vizha 13. 8. 2009 Andru Alankuppam Villiattu thidalil enithey Nadaipettrathu. Kadantha Oru varudankalaka Mohanam Marutham Siruvarkal karttu vantha (Kollattam, thappatam, Silambattam, Nattupura Nadanam, Nadakam, bharathanatiyam, padal) Kalaikalai vizha Medaiyil velipadulthinargal Ivvizhavirkku pettrorkal Anaivarum Kalanthu kondu, thankal Siruvarkalin thiramaiyinai paratinarkal. Melum Avarkalin Kalachara pariMattrathai parthavudan Kirama Samuthayam Valara Ethu oru Mun udaranamaka Amainthathu. Kirama pura Siruvarkalukku Ivvizha Thankal thiramiyai velipadutha oru Nalla Vaippaka Irunthathu. Ithu mathiriyana Kalai Nikazhichikal kirama makkalai ondru Servatharkku Oru Nalla palamaka Irunthathu.


Thursday, 20 August 2009
Dances of the World

Mohanan Cultural Center prepared last Sunday presentation in Alankuppam of DVD, which was taken of on 26th of February in Visitors Center at their show of Dances of the World – which was done by common efforts of children, youngster and Albinca. Mohanam Cultural Center is trying to be a bridge between the traditional and the modern, is a place where can local children and others find form of art in which they would like to express themselves.


Thursday, 23 July 2009
Between Kalabhumi & Future School

The first school  built in Auroville the Mother named 'Last School' as it was to be the last school of its kind, of the old way of teaching children.  Located near Aspiration Community, Last School is a middle school/high school which has existed in Auroville since the year 1985. Last School students need to be self motivated, and can - if they wish - be involved in the decision-making process and changes affecting the school, since their opinion and feedback is very much respected. Recently Last School's team decided to relocate its campus to the center of Auroville.


Monday, 26 January 2009
Thamarai Celebration

Everyone was warmly invited to Thamarai on the evening of 23rd October. The children of Thamarai community centre, Edayanchavadi, were sharing with us the songs they love to sing, along with Anicca, Tiago, Jivan and Sangara. They even recorded a CD which will travel and be sung by children all around the world. It was an unforgettable evening, with an unbelievable amount of energy in the air.


Thursday, 13 November 2008
Living Routes

An interview with Ally, Melissa and Erin - three students of the Living Routes program at the College Guest House. They talk about how long they have been in Auroville, the kind of work they have been doing during their stay here and how popular such programs are in The United States. They also talk about some of the difficulties they have encountered, some of the positive things they have seen and the ideas and memories they will take back home with them.


Wednesday, 05 November 2008
The Bridge of Tamarai

Ulli, who works at Thamarai, is featured in an interview. Thamarai is a cultural center, founded one and a half years ago by Aurovilians Kathy and Bridget. Its purpose is to create a bridge between the culture of the West and the culture of the village. This center is situated in Edayanchavadi; it proposes numerous activities including womens workshops, evening homework support for students and creative activities for children. Tamarai also organizes events to promote Tamil culture.


Thursday, 10 April 2008