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(Arts & Culture)
Le Corbeau et le Renard
Maître Corbeau, sur un arbre perché, Tenait en son bec un fromage. Maître Renard, par l'odeur alléché, Lui tint à peu près ce langage : Et bonjour, Monsieur du Corbeau, Que vous êtes joli ! que vous me semblez beau ! Sans mentir, si votre ramage Se rapporte à votre plumage, Vous êtes le Phénix des hôtes de ces bois. À ces mots le Corbeau ne se sent pas de joie, Et pour montrer sa belle voix,... Read more

Thursday, 25 July 2013
(City Life)
Horses and Food
Within the community service at Future School on the first year Nikita and I decided to work at the AurovilleRadio for one week .The following is an interview with Nikita who talks on his experiences . For his community service he decided to participate at EverGreen and PTDC . He like both of the places just as much because at EverGreen he could spend time with the horses he really likes, but also PTDC was interesting because he learned a lot things about the auroville food which was delivered there . Read more

Monday, 22 July 2013
(City Life)
Dog Love Care Fun
Lively and vibrant young Trishala shares with us her enthusiasm over volunteer work with Integral Animal Care just behind Edayanchavadi, and before Red Earth Riding School. Since she got a break at school she have decided to spend this time something different, wanted to be useful. And since the whole family was visiting Auroville at the time of the cyclone Thane, Trishala was very much inspired by The Dream, and by so many different possibilities to learn, to grow, and to actively participate, to see different perspectives. Read more

Friday, 27 April 2012
(News)
Cross-Cultural Sounds
Listen now to a taste of Bulgarian cross-cultural music played by Nicolai and Marina on a variety of instruments and vocalism...along with an invitation for tonight’s Bharat Nivas concert at 7:30. STRAW (Auroville Stray Relief and Animal Welfare) continues sterilization camps for stray dogs in the surrounding villages. Christina Anding, a certified stop-smoking coach offers a stop-smoking workshop of 4-hour duration incorporating a variety of techniques transforming smokers into lifelong non-smokers. Read more

Monday, 05 March 2012
(News)
Footsteps Through the Salad
Featured today is Tim; ‘Footsteps Through the Salad,’ his book on wildlife and natural phenomena. Conscious of the Supramental Light-Force in the Earth atmosphere commemorated 29 Feb. Banyan Tree morning meditation 6-7 a.m. First sale of wood from cyclone: Rs 133,086 for 87 tons into the Wood Sales Cyclone Relief A/C. Garbology project update: developing curriculum on solid waste for AV and outreach schools. And, 6,057 kg. of waste collected in January 2012. 24.9% was landfilled. Remaining 75.1% recycled. Read more

Wednesday, 22 February 2012
(Environment)
Book Launch
Tim Wrey launched his book 'Footsteps through the Salad' yesterday at Town Hall. The book is a collection of well-researched and interesting articles about the wildlife of Auroville and some of the natural phenomenon associated with the area. It will be available in the bookshops in Auroville and copies will be provided to schools for their libraries. Tim took the opportunity to thank SAIIER, the publisher, and also the people who helped him with material, encouragement, suggestions and feedback. Read more

Thursday, 16 February 2012
(News)
Horses and Fire
In today's news we feature interview with Shivaraj, of the village Kottakarai, who is the man behind the Martuvam Healing Forest. On February 13 an electrical fire burnt down his family's home where he grew up and where his mother now lives. No person was harmed in the fire, but the house and everything inside is completely gone. On Sunday 19th between 10am to 1pm at Deepanam School we are all invited to the Big Bazaar, and about this fundraising event for the benefit of the horses with talked with Falguni - teacher, about it. Read more

Tuesday, 14 February 2012
(News)
The OM Choir and Pongalo Pongal!

Today’s interview is wih Aurovilian Kayananda, enthusiatic about the OM choir experience. It’s Pongal, celebrated all over India! It began as a farmer’s festival, but has become a national festival. Bhogi: discarding old things; homes cleaned and decorated. Rice with fresh milk is boiled to overflowing, offered to the Sun God in gratitude for the harvest. Maattu honors cows: they are washed, horns painted brightly, flowers round their necks. Kanu Pidi : girls feed the crows, praying for their brothers: a time of gratitude and family reunions. Read more

Monday, 16 January 2012
(News)
Aurovilian Annamaria Passes
Aurovilian Anna Maria Pezetta passed into the Light this morning. Listen to an interview (in Italian) with AnnaMaria made in 2007 click www.aurovilleradio.org/spirituality/the-path/683-societa-di-mutuo-soccorso Listen to Elisa: Eating without Heating, raw vegan foods. A new Study Group proposing an effective selection process. White Peacock Clay exhibition. possible. An Artist is not a special kind of person: every person is a special kind of artist: a new workshop. Read more

Wednesday, 02 November 2011
(Education)
Celebration of Evolution
At Ilaignarkal Education Centre a traditional Navaratrhi Doll Show was prepared to mark the celebration of Evolution. In one of the rooms of the centre are displayed many amazing figurines and dolls from the rich spiritual Indian tradition. There are various and many practices depending on the part of India, including pujas, paryers, special food items to honour the Celebration of Evolution. Janaki guided us through, explaining different meanings and manners of the gods and godesses. Meenakshi did her usual annual special offering. Read more

Wednesday, 05 October 2011