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Daily Archives: 2017/06/08

Swingin' Party

Some upbeat, happy altpop to help you dance your way through today

TRACKLIST:
Carly Rae Jepsen – Run away with me
Grouplove – Ways to Go
In the Valley Below – Peaches
Maggie Rodgers – On Off
MGMT – Electric Feel
Oh Land – Sun of a Gun
Paramore – Hard Times
Selena Gomez – Bad Liar
Lorde – Swingin Party
Tame Impala – The Less I Know The Better
Vampire Weekend – Run
Will Butler – Anna
Billy Idol – Dancing with Myself
Bleachers- Rollercoaster
BORNS – Electric Love

R.I.P. Tekeste!

In the very early hours of morning 6th of June our Ethiopian friend and brother Tekeste B.G. Kidan Zerhanes quietly left his body in his flat in Courage, with his great-nephew at his side
Funeral will take place on .Friday, 8.30am, at Adventure’s burial grounds.~ follow the flowers
Thank you, Tekeste, for your crucial persistence and drive.

Africa House in Making

The Auroville Council and the Working Committee inform us on daily operations at Entry Service

Water Group says : ” So saving water is critical. It is NOT the time to plant anything new. It is NOT the time to refill your massive swimming pools. It is NOT the time to water the roads, as much as it helps to keep the dust down. It is NOT the time to water your lawns, or keep your ornamental gardens lush and green. It IS the time to prioritize your water usage, and have honest conversations within your communities about water usage in communal spaces. It IS the time to save water in every possible way, and to encourage respectfully others in the community to do the same.”

Water Crisis

We know the Divine and become the Divine, because we are That already in our secret nature.
Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis of Yoga


Comments: 0 Date: 08 Jun 2017

Poppo on Archeology

Poppo Pingel is a celebrated architect, who came to Auroville in 1968 for the inauguration as the German delegate. In this interview, Pingel talks about his passion for archeology that stayed with him throughout his life, but found an outlet in Auroville. He describes his various findings from his very first excavation attempt to his recent discoveries as well as the challenges that accompanied them. Additionally, he discusses the archeological park he established (which is situated on Crown Road between Solar Kitchen and Visitors Centre) and explains why he chose to create a ‘park’ instead of a conventional historical site.

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