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YES on Both, The Future

From the feedback regarding the Water Management Service and the priorities for the physical development of the service area, the Residents' Assembly Service registers that the community decided "Yes" on both accounts. On Saturday February the 8th at 10am to 4pm, at SAWCHU, Bharat Nivas, we are invited to "Future of Man Auroville: The Vision - Learning to be", a symposium on Aurovilians inner journey through work and how it may help towards the ‘collective realization. Also, a Swedish event tonight at the Unity Pavilion. Read more

Monday, 03 February 2014
(Arts & Culture)
World Music&Dance Vanaver Caravan

Members of Vanaver Caravan presented "EARTHBEAT - A Journey of World Music & Dance" last Thursday, January the 30th. The troupe, normally based at Hudson Valley, NY, U.S., shared their super vibes in Cripa, Kalabhumi, Auroville. Their mix of music, including old folk songs from Ireland, England, Philippines, Brazil, Israel, South Africa, Nigeria and more, performed in a spirit of tolerance, love, sincerity and family, really touched my heart. A moving troupe in movement, spreading waves of kindness, convinced me, once again, that when warmth and generosity are there, everything is. Read more

Saturday, 01 February 2014
(News)
GM, Music and Dance

A GM to discuss options for the protection of Auroville lands is planned for Wednesday at 4.30pm, at Unity Pavilion in the International Zone. On the same day, at 8pm, we are invited to hear the Music Ensemble of Auroville at CRIPA, Kalabhumi. Chloe on flute, Holger on violin, and Nadaprem on viola will surely be giving an excellent classical performance including compositions by Beethoven, Mozart and others. In the same place, on the following day, at 7.30pm we all have the opportunity to hear and see "Earthbeat - A Journey of World Music & Dance" performed by Vanaver Caravan. Read more

Monday, 27 January 2014
(Education)
8th Tibet Festival Performance

A very moving performance, last Saturday night, at the Tibetan Pavilion in Auroville, was given as part of the 8th Tibet festival. TSAM (Tibetan Students Association of Madras) expressed, through traditional dance and singing, their hope for a free Tibet. The show ended with the Tibet national anthem which brought tears to my eyes, partly out of gratitude to the generosity and warmth displayed by these hobbyist dancers and singers. Such goodwill, honesty, sense of humor and commitment to the cause of their country. Forget hobbyist, I saw only the weight of the humanitarian work that they are doing. Free Tibet! Read more

Tuesday, 21 January 2014
(News)
Tibetan Dances, GM on WMS

The Residents Assembly Service invites us tomorrow at 4.30pm, to the Unity Pavilion (International Zone), for a General Meeting on the Water Maintenance Service. The Entry Service invites us on Saturday at 3pm, also to the Unity Pavilion, for a brainstorming / work session on the different possible ways of being associated with Auroville. Today, the 8th Festival of Tibetan Culture starts, at 6.45pm, at the Pavilion of Tibetan Culture (International Zone), with a film on Milarepa. Tomorrow, at 7pm, TSAM will share a Cultural Dance performance with us. Also, Happy Pongal to all, from AurovilleRadio! Read more

Monday, 13 January 2014
(Arts & Culture)
Dancing in Udavi School

The students from Udavi School beautifully express their talent by a collective program. They recently performed Odissi dance, and Tamil and English drama, as well as Hindi songs. Their confidence was very visible on stage, how they wish to improve and share with the world. By enacting dramas the children explain how to treat and respect parents and elders. Parents, guests and Auroville friends were invited and people from the nearby village of Edayanchavadi came too. Harmonium by Nandida Di, Odissi teacher Kanchana, tabla by Debhashis Das. In a interview, Sunil expresses his learning in Udavi school.Read more

Friday, 27 December 2013
(Education)
Concrete Jungle Skate park

Uriel took a little time off to inform us about the skate park project that he and Florent are busy undertaking. They want to develop the place into a Concrete Jungle: fun, dance, and sports, also not forgetting the parents that will accompany their kids. Skaters can already access existing facilities. About 20 of them attend on a regular basis. So for the Christmas holidays, tell your kids to come skating!

Tuesday, 24 December 2013
(News)
Students on Communication, Frisbee

In today's news we are featuring short interviews made by our volunteer Anahita with students from Linnaeus University  in Sweden. Donna and Johanes talk about their perspectives on work with NGO's in Auroville, for achieving better communication, though their specific assignments remain unknown so far. Sri Aurobindo Auditorium, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of Indian Culture will host two cultural programs this weekend, on Friday puppet theater, and on Saturday Odissi dance. A Frisbee Ultimate Tournament takes place on the 21st and 22nd at Sport venue. Read more

Thursday, 19 December 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Awakening of Christmass Light

On the Sunday morning of December 15th, a very special performance by and for the children of Auroville was given at Cripa, Kalabhumi: Awakening of Christmas Light. The very wrong spirit and his consort Evilina played a terrible trick on all the kids, freezing the Great North and locking away all the presents that were meant for the children. To melt the ice there was but one way: perform to the best. And this is exactly what the children did. The audience was charmed by all the talent. Pianists, singers, poets, dancers, acrobats... Read more

Tuesday, 17 December 2013
(Education)
LATINOAMERIKA

Last weekend, the community had the chance to explore some views on the culture of the Americas. The atmosphere, at the Unity Pavilion in the International Zone, was relaxed and friendly. It was in particular the Latino countries of Central and South Americas that were covered. Also in the news:  three days of the theater show - Sri Aurobindo's Viziers of Bassora - is being put on stage by Aryamani. Auroville also had a chance to see some good films, taste mate, coffee and tamales, in addition to seeing and participating in dance workshops. Yesterday, Christmas songs were shared, and a salsa rueda performance held, with a workshop. Read more

Monday, 16 December 2013
(News)
Veena Rectial, GM

On Saturday, December 7th at 7.30pm, Sri Aurobindo Auditorium (Bharat Nivas) presents Veena Recital by Jayalakshmi Sugumar of the Karaikudi Veenai family, with her students. Veenai Jayalakshmi Sugumar hails from the traditional family of Karaikudi Veena players, known for their true traditional techniques. The Study group for Participatory Working Groups & New Selection Process for the Working Committee and AV Council invites everybody to the 3rd General Meeting on Monday the 9th at 4- 6.30pm. This takes place in the new SAIIER building. Read more

Thursday, 05 December 2013
(News)
Modern Jazz Dance

In todays news Margherita invites us to a Modern Jazz Dance Workshop on December 7th and 8th at CRIPA in Kalabhumi. The Study group for Participatory Working Groups & a New Selection Process for the Working Committee and AV Council recently had a joint meeting with the Working Committee, AV Council and RAS. As a result, the participatory event  and 3rd GM on the topic, with a questions and answers session, will be rescheduled. All are invited to Discoveries of Fire tomorrow at 8pm at the Visitor Centre. Read more

Friday, 29 November 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Amayama

Malu, Joem and Sebastian, making up the heart of Amayama band, performed  last night, with guests, at the Sri Aurobindo Auditorium, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of Indian Culture in International Zone. They mesmerized the audience with their music, dance and visuals. Using the power of world music rhythms they managed to connect those present in human unity, as has been done down the ages; leaving almost nobody sitting. Visuals and music appear as result of seeking for truths through spiritual practices, prophets, teachers from dawn to todays ones, such as Ama or Don Miguel Ruiz. Good Show!Read more

Sunday, 24 November 2013
(News)
Fire, Light, Music

On Saturday and Sunday "Discoveries of Fire" will be performed by 11 Auroville Youth, at 8pm, Visitor Centre. Written by the youth themselves, the performance, through spinning of fire and light, tells the tale of the voyage of fire throughout the history of humanity. At Sri Aurobindo Auditorium, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of Indian Culture (International Zone), also on Saturday at 8pm, we are invited to see and listen to the Amayama band from Spain. A workshop on the theme of Siddhi Day, under the auspices of the Tamil Heritage Centre and the Arulvavzhi Training Centre, will take place, at 10am to 1pm at SAWCHU, Bharat Nivas. Read more

Thursday, 21 November 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Thomas Lehmen -  A Piece for You

Thomas Lehmen is on a world tour on his motorbike with the project A Piece for You. Following stops in Europe and Central Asia he is currently in India. He is planning to stay in Auroville for three weeks. His project aims to bring creativity and art directly into social life and it deals with the relations between people. He helps individuals create a performance-present for anyone of their choice. Participants work together with Thomas to present an evening of joy and fun, as a present. Everyone is welcome, with or without previous experience in performing. Read more

Friday, 08 November 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Karibu Africa House
Last night Africa House, Pavilion of African Culture in International Zone shared with the community at Unity Pavilion few glimpses of diversity of their culture. Evening started with real Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony with help of Marc, continued by screening of Kirikou, and followed by delicious dinner from Western parts of Africa. Aicha with group of dancers-Sumita, Kash, Esther, Pierre, Christopher, Clapton and Taher brought to us dances from Sudan, Rwanda and Madagascar. Short presentation of Kenya was shown in between, night ended dancing. Read more

Monday, 04 November 2013
(News)
Let There Be Light

In today's news we feature Aicha who is from Sudan. She invites the community to an event of Africa House, Film, Dinner and Dance, at the Pavilion of African Culture (International Zone), on November 3rd, from 5pm onward. Tomorrow, we will celebrate Diwali, festival of light together at Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of Indian Culture in International Zone. Fireworks for children at 7pm will be followed by Indian Light music by Mr. Gangai Amaran Group at the Sri Aurobindo Auditorium. Viraj, a Hindustani vocalist will perform the following day at 7.30pm, at the Unity Pavilion in IZ Read more

Thursday, 31 October 2013
(Arts & Culture)
A Lo Latino

Last Friday at the Unity Pavilion (International Zone), a  Columbian Band shared music from their continent with the community. It was an amazing evening with the 13 musicians displaying some rhythms likely not before known in Auroville, such as vallenato, merengue and cuban song, along with Colombian salsa and Latin rock. That we all  understand the universal language of music, and that we all enjoy letting our bodies vibrate and swing to it, was proved the numerous people in attendance. The salsa dancers especially had a good time, and we all hope to have more of this kind of music in the future. Read more

Tuesday, 29 October 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Classik Stuff, and A Lo Latino

After the Singing Festival a group of singers were so inspired that they decided to continue the practice. The result is A LO LATINO, performing at 8.30pm on Friday the 25th, at the Unity Pavilion. A LO LATINO consists of 13 people from four continents - South America, Africa, Asia and Europe - led by five Colombians - Margarita, Margarita, Camilla, Alexandra, and Miguel. In this piece we talk to Margarita, who is known in the community for her work with probiotics. She invites us to A LO LATINO. We are also invited to a one hour concert - Classik Sutff by Genius Brothers - on the same Friday the 25th, but at 7.30pm at the Visitor Centre. Read more

Friday, 18 October 2013
(News)
Masala Stage

In today's news we are featuring Renana, one of a team of volunteers at New Colors. She invites us to Masala Stage this Saturday 12th of October at 4pm at New Colors, Edayanchavady. This weekend we are also invited to participate in Navaratri-Garba Dance on October 11th and 12th, at 7:30pm, at SAWCHU, Pavilion of Indian Culture in International Zone. The General Meeting on a land exchange proposal in the North Eastern Greenbelt is postponed to October 23rd. On Wednesday 16th at 5pm at Unity Pavilion, a GM on Entry-Exict Policy Read more

Thursday, 10 October 2013
(News)
GMs and Garba Dance

For Navratri, on Friday and Saturday 11-12th October, visit SAWCHU in Bharat Nivas (Pavilion of Indian Culture), International Zone at 7.30pm. Navratri festival celebrates the veneration of the three goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. The LMTF is inviting the Community to a follow-up meeting regarding a large land-exchange proposed for Auroville's North Eastern Greenbelt, this is on Tuesday the 15th at 4pm, Unity Pavilion, International Zone. The Working Committee is organizing a General Meeting on Entry Exit policy on Wednesday the 16th at 5pm, also at the Unity Pavilion. Read more

Tuesday, 08 October 2013
(News)
Art Break Day, Dance
In today's news we are featuring interview with Krupa on Art Break Day, which will happen on Friday 5th of September at Vistior Centre, next to Dreamer's Caffe in International Zone. On Saturday 7th at Sri Aurobindo Auditorium, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of Indian Culture in International Zone community is invited to see Pung Cholam Drum dance and Manipuri Classical Dance. Between 5th to 7th of September at Cinema Paradiso Auroville Green Practices Conference 2013 on Eco-Productive Cities; an initiative by Auroville Consulting and EcoPro. Read more

Monday, 02 September 2013
(News)
Dance, Vocal, Poetry
On Monday 12th August, 2013 at 8 pm At the Ashram Theater Pandit Kumar Mardur Vocalist of the Kirana Gharana sings for us .On 14th at 7.45pm at Pitanga Monica Mody will share with us A Poetry Evening With poems of love and travel. On 13th, and 14th August between 9am to 11am, and from 4.30 to 6.30 pm at SACAR in Pondicherry we are invited to a SACAR's offering at the occasion of Centenary year of the Mother's First Arrival "I have seen the Mother" where Ashram and Auroville devotees recount the Mother's guidance in their day to day life. Read more

Thursday, 08 August 2013
(News)
Aspiration, One Laugh
Saturday at 8 pm at Cripa SHAKTI DANCE TROUPE Presents a Night of Exotic Indian Dance.On Sunday May 5 at 5.05 pm at SAWCHU, Bharat Nivas we can Celebrate World Laughter Day -One Laugh * One Peace * One World joining thousands of people sending waves of laughter around the world for World Peace, Harmony and Unity. L'Avenir d'Auroville/TDC informs us that the old road between Celebration and Gunalakshmi's house will be closed to access as it has become redundant. This will also open up space options for Aurovilians looking for relocation. Read more

Thursday, 02 May 2013
(News)
Creating an Open Space
AT SAWCHU on Wednesday at 4pm Important Community meeting on to create a cooperative ways between residents and working groups. Same day, at 5pm at Pavilion of Tibetan Culture talk of Dr. Mathieu Boisvert with "A historical account of the emergence of the Vedas and the great Hindu epics". Saturday May 4th, at 8 pm at CRIPA we are invited to a SHAKTI DANCE TROUPE Presenting Night of Exotic Indian Dance Including Odissi, Bharathanatyam, Contemporary and Bollywood Dance. On Sunday at 5pm SAWCHU Celebration of World Laughter Day . Read more

Tuesday, 30 April 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Voyage interieur part 6

Nous avons cherché ce qui nous relie au Tout, à soi et vers soi, dans la joie et l’allégresse. Nous nous sommes laissés vibré par ce son universel, ce langage d’amour qui accorde tout.. We looked at what connects us all, to oneself and to oneself, in joy and gladness. We allowed ourselves vibrating by the universal language of love that gives everything .. Avis aux chercheurs d’étoiles. Pour ma prochaine visite à Auroville, nous continuerons à progresser vers l’'Unité, cette conscience qui nous fait grandir. Merci Read more

Thursday, 25 April 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Music is Still Alive
Despite the rising heat in the town, amphitheater in Kalabhumi on Saturday was packed with all who like to enjoy good music, and company of friends. Beside those who were announced to perform many others have joined them on the spot, and music was entertaining all long in night. Music from jazz to funky, rock and blues, all alive and very vibrant. Anna Taj was on vocals, Rolf, Edo, Pierre and Arthur on guitars, Saga, Piter and Robert on drums, Frederic on harmonica and Inga on bass. Read more

Tuesday, 23 April 2013
(News)
Earth Day and Chapman Sticks
In today's news we are featuring Mawite from Auroannam Farm inviting us on Sunday at 4.30pm their participation to Earth Day's celebration. Free market will be going on at Solar Kitchen on Saturday morning, TEDx talks on ecology at Conference Room in Town Hall, pot luck dinner with Earth Healing Ceremony at sunset with live music and dancing at Terra Soul at Windarra Farm from 5pm onward. .....At 7.30pm at Ptianga A Musico - Pictoral Concert with Chapman sticks, reverse painting, tables and saxophone by Jacky, Anaka, Manosh and Matt. Read more

Thursday, 18 April 2013
(Arts & Culture)
The Sun Waves
Concert in Svedam last Saturday evening - "The Sun Waves" presented by Hibiscus Art Village Project in Well Cafe. The first part was Concert of Trinity - Daniel, Caroline and Co, was an improvisation with vocals and several acoustic instruments . The second part was "Tribal World Music" by Yemadas , a band that needs no introduction here in Auroville. Yemadas is a ethnic fusion band who plays their original songs inspired in Africa and Brazil traditional songs. Since Yemadas - Ana and Tiago are leaving, this was last performance. Read more

Tuesday, 09 April 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Performance de danse
Vendredi, le Visitor's Center etait le theatre d'un magnifique spectacle de danse. Des danseurs de Pondichery et d'Auroville avaient decide de celebrer la femme a travers la danse. On retrouvait notamment Ana et Tiago, professeurs de danse africaine a Windarra, et Tejas, professeur d Odissi a Felicity. La performance a attire un large public. Tango, Salsa, Bollywood : il y en avait pour tous les gouts ! Fleur, danseuse contemporaine et organisatrice, nous expliquait avant son show l'objectif de ce rassemblement de talents. Read more

Tuesday, 02 April 2013
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