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Daily Archives: 2013/03/22

National Painters' Camp

Seeing artists of all India creating in live is possible until the 27 of March. Inspired by the amazing surrounding of Sri Ma Guest House, ten artists are taking part of the National Painters’ Camp, organized by Lalit Kala Akademi and the Auroville Foundation. They’re coming from Delhi, Jaipur and Chennai and expect to meet you at the camp, preferably between 3 to 4 pm. Artists from Auroville, mainly writers and movie makers, were invited to the opening on Friday. Rm Palaniappan, regional secretary of Lalit Kala Akademi, inaugurated the event.

Comments: 0 Date: 22 Mar 2013

A lecture on schizophrenia

Dr. WJT Mitchell, University of Chicago presents a lecture on Seeing Madness with slides and film clips in Adishakti – Auroville. In this program you will realize the great depths at which our mind operates and get a glimpse into what is the meaning of ‘ madness’ literally. Dr. Mitchell presents his remarkable research work to make us understand how we are intrigued & excited by projection of madness & how easily it has become a part of our reality. The doctor famously quotes, “there will come a time when we wont know the meaning of madness”.

Comments: 0 Date: 22 Mar 2013

Sorcery at Sea

One of the most wonderful events I have seen in Auroville. Come and enjoy the audio of the musical play Sorcery at Sea. There was actors of all ages that came together to preform this captivating story. Bharat Nivas was so packed there was not space for a mouse. People sitting on the floor and steps. Even on your way back home you could here the people sing the songs of the play. Can you you see it was heard all over Auroville afterwards. Great thanks to all the actors and people behind stage. For the Synopsis …..

Seven years ago in a storm at sea, a ship went down and all hands were lost except for two lovers. Margaret Elsewood was washed overboard by a wave, and Captain Jacob followed her in a boat in a desperate attempt to save his true love. It was presumed that she had drowned, and that Captain Jacob was the only survivor.

Margaret’s father was the owner of the ship and when he heard about his daughter’s fate, his heart was broken. When Captain Jacob arrived at Joseph Elsewood’s house and begged for forgiveness, Joseph cast him out, ordering him to never show his face again.

Meanwhile, Margaret had washed ashore where she was nursed back to health by gentle fisherfolk. Gradually her memory returned and she longed to know the fate of the ship and Jacob. With the help of her saviours, she made her way home.

Joseph Elsewood was filled with joy at his daughter’s return; however, he was devastated to discover that she was scarred by the storm and had vowed to wear a veil to hide her disfigured face. When Margaret enquired, her father told her that nobody had survived and in his anger Joseph lied, saying that the captain was dead. With this news, Margaret lost her last chance of happiness, for who apart from Jacob would love her with her injury?

Years passed by, and as Joseph lay on his deathbed, he wrote his beloved daughter a letter in which he repented his lie. Hope returned to Margaret’s heart when she learned that her love was alive. She vowed to find him, come what may. And so, using her inherited wealth, she searched for Captain Jacob. She discovered him in a distant port where he captained a new ship and the rumours said he had become a bitter man, having never recovered from his loss.

She became the owner of the ship and installed her uncle as the ship’s doctor to learn more about the captain; eventually she decided to travel on the ship, disguised beneath her veil, to see for herself. And this is where our story begins…

Be prepared for adventure, storms, true love, pirates, hidden treasure and a magical elixir.

Comments: 0 Date: 22 Mar 2013
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