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Daily Archives: 2016/03/23

Mother's Q & A – 30/11/55, Part 2

Mother’s Questions and Answers, November 30, 1955, Part 2

Mother tells the students how to talk to newcomers, strangers and visitors to the Ashram, and what attitude to have. She explains how to be indifferent to criticism and praise, how to see the true value of things and the true way to act. There is no original French tape recording of this class.

Selections par Gangalakshmi-79

Une série hébdomadaire de lectures par Gangalakshmi (en Français) de sélection d’oeuvres sur ou de la Mère et Sri Aurobindo, qui lui semble d’actualité.
Cette semaine; La Synthèse des Yoga. Le Yoga de la connaissance intégrale, le Yoga de l’amour divine de Sri Aurobindo traduite par la Mère.

A weekly series of readings by Gangalakshmi (in French) from selected works by or on the Mother and Sri Aurobindo.
This week extract from; The Synthsis of Yoga; The Yoga of Integral Knowledge by Sri Aurobindo, translated by the Mother in French.

Auroville Musical Fragment by; Nadaka
Images and Mother’s Flowers significance selected from
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All invited to a 1st Anniversary!

Thursday 24th March at 4.30pm,The Sustainable Livelihood Institute (SLI) will complete its first year of activity! It has been a year of efforts, adventure and significant achievements in bringing sustainable approaches to living to many quarters in Tamil Nadu (as well as an ongoing collaboration with Odisha). And it is great to see this important bridge between Auroville and Tamil Nadu coming to life!
We are featuring short interview with Balu and Pavithrai who are working with SLI, and have witnessed in past year quite some changes in their life, community, neighborhood. Parvathi and Balu are warmly inviting all of us to tomorrow’s 1st year birthday celebration at SLI in Kotakkarai starting at 4.30pm.

Comments: 0 Date: 23 Mar 2016

Dahel – a River Full of Love

The Sahra Halgan Trio is the only artist from Somaliland working in world music. We are featuring some songs of their latest offering the Faransiskiyo Somaliland released by Buda Musique. The album mixes several Halgan penned originals with a few traditional Somali songs and classics from the 20th century Somali songbook, all delivered via a combo of traditional percussion, electric guitar, drums, and one cameo appearance by a ngoni.

Sahra Halgan Trio are Sahra Halgan with guitarist Mael Sletes and percussionist Aymeric Krol.


Hobaa Layoov Heede
Anigoo an Dudayn
Caleemo Saar Sahra Halgan
Sahra Hlagan Halgan –
inanyahow daraadaa

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