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(Arts & Culture)
Alba Music

Last Wednesday, on December 11th, Alla Dulh`s exhibition in the Square Circle Gallery, Kala Kendra (Bharat Nivas), closed with a concert. Russian Albert Sultanov played Alba music, which is a trance meditation music based on Indian instruments and mantras. The word Alba means sunrise of the inner sun. Read more

Tuesday, 17 December 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Russian bells for full moon
On Wednesday, for the full moon, Vera, an Aurovillian women from Belarus, played traditional Russian bells at Repos' beach. Many people are listening to the concert, sitting next to her or on the beach, to enjoy even better this meditation in front of the moon. While the moon rose in the sky, with her magical colors, the sound of the bells was in perfect harmony with the waves of the Ocean. After the concert, the public shared a delicious Russian dinner with the soup called borch, salad, pancake and chocolate dessert in a friendly atmosphere. Read more

Saturday, 30 March 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Vera and Russian Singing Bells
MEDITATION WITH THE RUSSIAN SINGING BELLS Deeply resonating sounds of this unique musical instrument from Russia help us tune with the inner resonance and discover the inner experience. Session begins with a brief introduction and performance by Vera. Next, aspiring to the inner unity, we create a meditative sound space together. pm at CRIPA, Kalabhumi Read more

Monday, 11 February 2013
(City Life)
Emerging Into Light
Musical Offering of Russian Singing Bells at Matrimandir Amphitheater organized by Vera, Ashesh and Matrimandir Team was perfect for the start of the New Year 2013. The night before the scene at Matrimandir was completely different - darkness with candle lighted Banyan tree, and opened Inner Chamber, but full of silent prayers, expectations. Sunny afternoon with chirping birds, flying over our heads, footsteps, and soft whisper of children all immersed by Light of the sound of Russian Singing Bells telling story, joyfully for the new beginning Read more

Thursday, 03 January 2013
(Arts & Culture)
The Soul Flower
Although the event of sharing Eastern Slavic Songs was not widely publicized Pitanga was too small for all who were eager to hear them. Beautiful voices of Shakti and Vera, accompanied by three guitars by Victoria, Shakti and Vera, Saraswati on Flute, and Suresh on drums pretty soon has taken the audience into the to vastness of far away places of Eastern Slavs. Either Ukrainian or Russian or Belarussian....folk songs sounded melodic, soft, with on the first glance simple lyrics but all of them full of infinite Passion for Life and Love. Read more

Saturday, 15 December 2012
(Arts & Culture)
Savitri Bhavan Violin Concert
Ladislav Brozman, a violinist and music teacher at the International Center for Education (Pondicherry) gave a solo violin concert at Savitri Bhavah Saturday evening the 8th of September. Brozman took to the violin at the age seven in his country of birth, the former Czechoslavakia. He studied under renowned violinists like Josef Kromer, Andre Jacot, M. Benat, and Andrej Lutschg in his hometown and later in Switzerland and the USA. Read more

Wednesday, 12 September 2012
(Arts & Culture)
Music of the Soul
In the upcoming series of events for the Russian Pavilion in International Zone Victor offered Music of the Soul - mantras and sacred songs devoted to the Mother and Sri Aurobindo to Auroville. The musical event was hosted by Pavilion of Tibetan Culture, where its hall offered and intimate, yet very acoustic space for Victor's vibrant and powerful voice, educated in classical opera singing. Mantras and sacred songs sung in that manner gained a new dimension, slightly resembling on church coral singing ... made souls resonate Read more

Saturday, 11 August 2012
(Spirituality)
On Dimitri Von Mohrenschildt

When Columbus searched for India he found America. This is what happened to Dimitri Von Mohrenschildt, a Russian aristocrat, who immigrated to the US from the USSR in the beginning of 20th century. He ended up living in the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in India, and helping Auroville. Boris who was his closest friend shares in this interview the memories of Mohrenschildt about the Mother, Auroville, the first Russians here, the USSR and the US and how they are all connected. mp3/2009_05_07_interview_boris_on_mohrenshildt_russian_lite.mp3&totalTime=42:52

Thursday, 13 August 2009
(Spirituality)
Well being in any situation

Listening to many people's stories, one could surmise that many of them could be entitled: "Why I can't be at peace now." To create suffering without recognizing it - this is the essence of unconscious living. To end the misery that has afflicted the human condition for thousands of years, you have to start with yourself and take responsibility for your inner state at any given moment. How to do that? Maxim, a writer, painter and musician, shares in this interview, conducted in his native Russian, his experience with finding a state of well being in any situation.

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mp3/2009_05_15_interview_maksim_well_being_russian_lite.mp3&totalTime=9:51

Thursday, 28 May 2009
(Arts & Culture)
Divine numbers

“I see music as a combination of numbers. The music harmony is a beauty of number sequence. You can't touch numbers. They are beyond the matter. The material world is based on number's canons. They are timeless and never-ending. Their harmony helps you to get out of the mental frame and feel the Divine.” Alexander Zhikharev, a Russian inventor of a unique musical instrument - the set of specially tuned plate bells, is sharing with us in the interview the source of his inspiration in Russian.

mp3/2009_03_20_interview_alexander_russian_bells_russian_lite.mp3&totalTime=19:46

Thursday, 23 April 2009
(News)

The Editors of the Russian the Web Site www.auroville.ru is inviting for gathering at Djaima, Auroville, on the 31st of May at 5 PM. The Editorial Board of the site will be selected at this meeting.

Monday, 29 May 2006