Posts Tagged ‘TDC’
Tuesday November 29th at 4.30 pm at the Unity Pavilion Invitation for a General Meeting to interact with the Working Committee
RAS informs us that ITDC presentation GM postponed till Tuesday 6th of December
The Working Committee and the Auroville Council have discussed the best way for the Community to evaluate how Auroville can be protected from developments in contradiction to the Auroville Master Plan.
The Working Committee, the Auroville Council and the TDC invite all members of the Residents Assembly interested in land protection to join a series of workshops in order to get updated on the latest progress made, debate and decide on the need for a legal protection for Auroville land, and elaborate the way forward. – Saturdays 10th, Sunday 11th and Saturday 7th of January 2017 at UP.
CAT 3 on Thursday 8th December 2016 on The Auroville Charter”
Future School Open House on Friday 2nd from 10am to 12.30pm
Mime Performance on Friday 2nd at Deepanam School at 6.30pm
Consciousness is a reality inherent in existence. It is there even when it is not active on the surface, but silent and immobile; it is there even when it is invisible on the surface, not reacting on outward things or sensible to them, but withdrawn and either active or inactive within; it is there even when it seems to us to be quite absent and the being to our view unconscious and inanimate.
Vol 22 page 234
on 24th, 25th, 26th on November at 8pm at Sri Aurobindo’s Auditorium , Bharat Nivas The Auroville Theatre Group presents ONCE UPON A RIVER(a wet and wild comedy)by Vinu Karthick
The Working Committee invites to a general meeting on Tuesday November 29th at 4.30 pm at the Unity Pavilion to interact with the Working Committee.
On Thursday 1st of December RAS and iTDC invite us to a General Meeting with the topic:
ITDC presentation on the projects
eventually coming up in the near future
The Auroville Council invites us to attend a general meeting on Friday 9th December at 4 pm in Unity Pavilion to listen and answer to all remaining questions on the Appeal Process.
On Friday 25th from 7pm onward we are invited to come to Kailash Youth Residency for a fundraising evening.
I am concerned with the earth, not with worlds beyond for their own sake; it is a terrestrial realisation that I seek and not a flight to distant summits. All other yoga regard this life as an illusion or a passing phase; the supramental yoga alone regards it as a thing created by the Divine for a progressive manifestation and takes the fulfillment of the life and the body for its object.
After a bit more than two weeks of our upgrading work, we are back in full functional mode.
We would like to thank all our donors to make it possible!
Thanks to Ricardo and his team for audio upgrade, Carlos and his team for fresh coat of paint, Blue Light – Daniel and Kirthik for technical support, Acur Team – Venkatesh, and Lalita with cleaning ladies for final touches!
L’avenir d’Auroville/TDC shares with the community the Green Belt Master Plan and Land Use Plan for our perusal. For feedback, please comment send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Auroville Council put on a display and for comments leaving allowance policy. They publish this revised version for our perusal and feedback, which should be send to to email@example.com on or before 25th of June 2016.
From Solitude Farm comes and interesting invitation to the Allotments To Grow Your Own Localicious Food!! Check it out on Saturdays at 11.30am at Solitude Farm.
Quarrels and clashes are a proof of the absence of the yogic poise and those who seriously wish
to do yoga must learn to grow out of these things.
Letters on Yoga, vol.24,
Auroville value-based Town Planning and Development Workshop took place on 30th of April and 1st of May, from, 8:30 am to 5 pm
The workshop marks the 1st phase and is meant to build up energy, align our vision and values and prepare the ground for a further participatory process which includes the whole community. Auroville is conceived as an urban experiment that would address the work of the evolution of consciousness: a spiritual way of life while dealing with challenges posed by the economic, sociological and cultural factors of the region. (The Mother, 1970)
1. To generate a shared vision for planning as a true base for collaboration and initiating a participatory process for emerging from values into action
2. To find agreement around key issues with regard to Town Planning and Development in Auroville and how we can work together with integral vision and inclusiveness towards their realization.
3. To identify levels and stages of participation to put in place a process of a larger community participation in order to encourage and gather community input to Auroville planning.
4. By November, create a strong, vibrant and collaborative lAvenir dAuroville with an integral approach which takes into account all the facets of Aurovilles ideals and development, working together, transcending opinions and positions.
Friday, 15th of April at 4.30 General Meeting on Kalpana with the Town Development Council (TDC), the Funds and Asset Management Committee (FAMC) and the Project Holders.
Friday, 15th at 2.30pm at Life Education Centre (LEC)YEN KALVI My Education. Dr. Jayakumar, Professor and coordinator of career placement cell in Pondicherry University will present the information and answer questions from students and parents.
Saturday, 16th of April at 3pm at Unity Pavilion General Meeting on CIRHU.
Saturday April 16th 2 pm to 4 pm NIRMITI Project LAND-ART in Botanical Gardens
Sunday 17th of April at 5pm at Certitude Sports Ground TEN KILOMETERS BAREFOOT RUN IN THE AUROVILLE FOREST…where you can at the same time fund raise for our land by LAFU and Green Acres.
Yesterday afternoon at SAIIER conference room Spanish architect Lusi Feduchi presented again – this time compiled and revised with feedback from Auroville architects – his Detailed Development Plan for Residential Zone 1 and 2.
This Interactive event was meant for all interested parties – residents to be more informed about the plan in order to approve it. Detailed plans will be available at Town Hall for public viewing
Common feeling of residents was that architects are not familiar with ground reality of the area.
Recording rainfall has made the community happy since our aqaufiers were already critically low. We have quite a bunch of our members who collect data, and monitor the rainfall.
Tom, who works at TDC and CSR shares with us some insight on recently felt rain. Auroville is very diverse not only people but also the types of soil, forest density … which all together does create a very strong, unique and diverse micro climate. The nature either we want it or not, does have a big word in the equation, and for recent records of rainfall we can be only thankful