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(Arts & Culture)
Collected Poems - Sri Aurobindo
I have rendered a few poems from the book Collected Poems of Sri Aurobindo. I am having a great time discovering the multi-faceted grandeur of Sri Aurobindo's poetic genius. I am interested in sharing with the listeners my voice-adventure of trying to feel and render the poetry of Sri Aurobindo. The poem Bride of the Fire was written on November 11, 1935. The listeners can look forward to more such endeavours in the time to come. I am thankful to AurovilleRadio for letting me experiment. Read more

Monday, 25 November 2013
(Arts & Culture)
AV Women Sound Artist Project

This is a sound recording made by a group of women in Auroville. It has been sent in as an entrant for Soundphiles, a new section introduced in the IAWRT Asian Women’s Film Festival, to be held in New Delhi in March 2014. The theme for Soundphiles is “Many Echoes, Many Worlds”. If this sound recording is selected, the news will be relayed in December 2013… Read more

Wednesday, 09 October 2013
(City Life)
Jean``s experiences
We are here on our 3rd week of community service because we are the first year student of Future school and we decided to interview each other on how the past two week of community service went. Jean has worked the first week at Nandanam and he explains how it went and how he worked there and what he did with the children. His second choice was food link, and he tells what he did at food link, and explains a little bit about how Food Link works and what is Food Link. Read more

Monday, 22 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
Voyage interieur Part 4
J’ai voyagé à travers le monde et j’ai entendu des chants religieux et de louanges, en Europe, en Afrique, en Asie, au proche orient, en Amerique .. Mais pourquoi à Auroville, j’entends une vibration mélodique ? Qui peut me le dire ?. J ai envis de m'approcher de toi, t 'endendre ton silence et sentir ton energie qui me remplis et qui caresse mon ame. Viens chanter avec moi, ton parfum m enivre... I traveled around the world and I heard hymns and praise .. But why in Auroville, I hear a melodic vibration? Who can tell me? Read more

Wednesday, 17 April 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Voyage interieur part 1
Je vais vous raconter ma découverte d’Auroville, en six courtes histoires musicales, illustrées par de petits contes philosophiques. Les musiques ont ete improvisees et enregistrees par Olger, Caroline, Cloe, Richard, Danaprem, Aurellio, Thierry, Julie. Bon voyage I'll tell you my discovery of Auroville, in six short musical stories, illustrated by small philosophical tales.These musics were improvised and recorded by Olger, Caroline, Cloe, Richard, Danaprem, Aurellio,Thierry, Julie. Have a nice trip Read more

Wednesday, 10 April 2013
(City Life)
On Auroville, life, problems ...
In April/May of this year, a Danish radio reporter, Cornelius, - a self-made journalist, writer, musician and community activist based in Copenhagen’s Freetown of Christiania - visited Auroville and covered many of our activities in collaboration with OutreachMedia. Here is his interview with Mr BalaBaskar, Secretary of the Auroville Foundation, which he graciously consented to be shared with Auroville Radio.

Friday, 20 July 2012
(Arts & Culture)
Bulgarian Dinner and Folk Music
Listen to a cross-cultural music experience by Marina and Nicolai from Bulgaria, who are spreading their instrumental and vocal music in different countries including Germany, India and Bulgaria. On Sunday evening they played in Sve-Dame, unfortunaltely facing some sound problems. After a rich Bulgarian dinner the audience listened to the tambura, other traditional instruments, and Nicolais sonorous voice. The combination of traditional folk music from Bulgaria and African or Indian music creates very unusual acoustics. Read more

Monday, 12 March 2012