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Daily Archives: 2017/10/05

CAT, Women's Festival

CAT On Friday 6th October 2at4:30pm at Unity Pavilion CAT on Restorative Circles in Auroville with L’aura, Janet, Shanti, Helene and Kati

On Sunday 8th of Ocotober at 5pm at Unity Pavilion around the Peace table a concentration around the Peace table at the Unity Pavilion to send Peace and Light to Catalonia. All are welcome

On Sunday 8th of October from 10am to 2pm at AVAG in Inumbai The Annual Bio-regional Women’s Solidarity Festival!

On Monday 9th of Octoberfrom 11 to 1 pm in Bhumika Hall Professor Makarand Paranjape, of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, Who was with us last month, has since read Anu’s book “Auroville: A City for the Future” … and is deeply moved by it! He comes again to explore it with us..In conversation will be Suryamayi, Deepti, Bill…. Anu will be present.

On Tuesday 10th of October at 5:30pm at Unity Pavilion within Desh Videsh Sanskriti Series – GUJARAT GATHA.

The Infinite is the river that flows without cease; the individual is the little pond that dries up slowly in the sun. Consecration is the canal that connects the river to the pond and prevents the pond form drying up.
Letter by the Mother to “My little smile”

Wisdom and Ethic of Ancient India

Yesterday afternoon the events room at Pavilion of Tibetan Cuture was fully packed with all those who wished to listen to an inspiring lecture by Michel Danino on “Can Ancient India help today’s India?”. In a very compact, yet packed with facts, lecture Michel offered some aspects of ancient (or not so) India in governance, environment management, education, ethics… and their applicability to today’s lifestyle and polity. India, despite colonization, still stands firm in their uniqueness of enveloping the unity in diversity up to today; where concepts of minority and majority take it’s own stand (or not take stand at all).
Since the audience was reluctant to leave, and thirsty for more, Michel Danino has answered some questions.
The event was made in collaboration of the French Pavilion and Pavilion of Tibetan Culture.

Michel Danino (born June 4, 1956) is an Indian author, originally from France.
He participated in the translation and publication of the works of Sri Aurobindo and of The Mother. Danino also edited India’s Rebirth (a selection from Sri Aurobindo’s works about India, first published in 1993) and India the Mother (a selection from the Mother’s works about India). He engaged himself also for the preservation of tropical
rainforest in the Nilgiri Hills. In 2001, he convened the International Forum for India’s Heritage (IFIH) with the mission of promoting the essential values of India’s heritage in every field of life.

At present, he’s a guest professor at IIT Gandhinagar and a member of the Indian Council of Historical Research. On 25 January 2017, Government of India announced “Padma Shri” award for his contribution towards Literature & Education.


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