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Sacred Message from Colombia

Last night at Bhumika Hall, Bharat Nivas was a special screening of short films: : “A Sacred Message from Colbian Indigenous Tribe””, presented by German Zuluaga from Colombia in Spanish with translation by Stella Rodriguez . Mr.German Zuluaga, visiting guest, has started a Multicultural Community in Sierra Nevada 5 years ago in an abandoned settlement. He started exchanging products and services with the Koggies from a village 5 km away. He wanted to help them to keep their Sacred way of living ,and unexpectedly he has found his own spiritual path.
After the presentation, and screening was a session of questions and answers.
Numerous audience was united in the thought, that that special tribe, which live exclusively spritual life, should be preserved, and kept in peace for the benefit of the future of whole planet.

Somos Pacifico

Cumbia, musical diversity, as a result of clash of different cultures in the area of South America, starting in Colombia, and spreading fast to the whole area, along with islands of middle America or West Indies…..
tracklist
ChocquibTown – Somos Pacifico
Bomba Estereo – Somos Dos
Celia Cruz – La Negra Tiene Tumbao
Calle 13 – Latinoamerica
Lagrimas Negras – Cuba Feliz
La Delio Vladez – Yo Me Llamo Cumbia
La Sonora Carruseles – Mosaico Cumbias
Los Warahuaco – El Pescador de Baru
Joaquin Bedoya Y Su Conjunto – Llegaron Las Putierrez
Salsa Celtica – Cumbia Celtica
Los Hijos del Sol – Carinito – The Roots of Chicha
Ondatropica- Cumbia Espacial
Bomba Estereo – Soy Yo
Los Angeles Azules – Cumbia Pa Gozar
ChocquibTown – Hasta Que Amanezca

Reggaeton #2

Often mistaken for reggae or reggae en espanol, reggaeton is a younger genre which originated in the clubs of San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1991. It became known as “underground” music. DJ Playero and DJ Nelson were inspired by hip hop and Latin American music to produce “riddims,” the first reggaeton tracks. As Caribbean and African-American music gained momentum in Puerto Rico, reggae rap in Spanish marked the beginning of the Boricua underground and was a creative outlet for many young people.
In this musical edition we travel from first tracks, all the way to Gasolina, and a bit beyond, featuring DJ Players, Playero, Don Omar, Rakim Y Kenny, Ivy Queen….


tracklist
Street Mix Dj Playero
Blanco – Sigan Bailando
Maicol
y Manuel Le gente sabe
Daddy Yankee Te
ves bien
Ruben Sam – Miss Goody Goody
O.G. Black – La
predilecta
Buru Fat Z – Pedaleando
Street Mix 2 Dj Playero
Mexicano – No Voy A Parar
Todas Las Tiernas – Yipi Yo
Daddy Yankee -Donde
mi no vengas
Falo – Tirame
el ritmo
K.I.D. – Yo canto
y soy sexy
Daddy Yankee – Suena
Rakim Y Kenny – Si la
ves
Don Omar – Dale
Hector Y Tito – Baila Morena
Daddy Yankee – Gasolina
Nejo & Dalmata – Algo Musical ft. Arcangel
Don Omar – Pobre Diabla
Angel
y Khris, Ven Bailalo
Baby Ranks, Daddy Yankee, Hector
el Bambino – Mayor Que Yo
Daddy Yankee – Ella me
levanto
Zion – Zun Da Da
Calle Ciega – Mi Cachorrita
Ivy Queen Yo
quiero saber

Despacito

Reggaeton is a music genre which has its roots in Latin and Caribbean music. It was invented, shaped and made known in Puerto Rico where it got its name. When Daddy Yankee released Gasloina, reggaeton has spread like fire all over the globe.


tracklist
Luis Fonsi – Despacito ft. Daddy Yankee
Nicky Jam – El Amante
Maluma – El Perdedo
Enrique Iglesias – SUBEME LA RADIO (Official Video) ft. Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox
 Wisin – Escapate Conmigo ft. Ozuna
J. Balvin – Sigo Extranandote
CNCO – Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos)
Nicky Jam Ft Wisin -Si tu la ves
Don Omar, Zion & Lennox – Te Quiero Pa´Mi
Daddy Yankee Ft Ozuna – La Rompe Corazones
Ozuna – Dile Que Tu Me Quieres
 Ozuna – Te Vas
 Arcangel
y De La Ghetto – Mas Que Ayer
Daddy Yankee – Hula Hoop
CNCO ft. Yandel – Hey DJ
Daddy Yankee – Shaky Shaky
Farruko – Chillax ft. Ky-Mani Marley
Yandel – Nunca Me Olvides
J Balvin – Safari ft. Pharrell Williams, BIA, Sky
Yandel – Encantadora
 Sebastian Yatra – Traicionera

Entervista informal con huespedes

Que sienten los huespedes de Auroville cuando visitan el parque de la Unidad del Matrimandir? Que experiencia vivencian cuando ingresan a la camara de concentracion?
Mientras cenamos entre amigos en un restaurante local, entrevistamos a Jimena, una Argentina. Aqui les compartimos esta entrevista informal, que surgio espontaneamente.

Relajacion, Cuerpo de Luz

Una breve relajacion de 30 minutos, guiada por Rosa, explorando la percepcion del cuerpo desde un nivel de conciencia mas profundo.

Auroville presentation in Mexico

Anandi presents Auroville, featured by the local radio in Casa Plena, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas – Mexico.
With thanks to www.SanCrisTV.com – La televisión cultural, alternativa e independiente en San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico for sharing the interview with the Auroville Radio.


Comments: 0 Date: 10 Jun 2015

Remembering the Tsunami 2004

This program was recorded by Daniel in December 2005, exactly one year after the Tsunami struck the Auroville’s beach communities.
Sri Ma, Repos, Quiet and other settlements were devastated by the killer wave but luckily no residents of Auroville or guests were injured. In the nearby villages the fate was very different: many villagers lost their life and almost all the villages along the cost lost boats and fishing nets.
In this interviews you’ll hear the voices of Aurovilians from Israel, US, Argentina, France, UK, The Netherland and India.


Comments: 0 Date: 26 Dec 2012

Tantidhatri: Piel Des Violetas

Theater scholar and professor and actress, Roxana Pineda, from Cuba played a number of roles to weave her solo performance of Piel Des Violetas. It is inspired by Ophelia, one of William Shakespeare’s most famous characters, and expresses a flow of consciousness, almost like a meditation. Roxana’s performance was powerful and intense and certainly not to be missed. We hope to give you a flavor of Piel Des Violetas through this audio recording.

Extract from Tantidhatri brochure: ‘Passages belonging to Ophelia or that refer to this character have been extracted from Hamlet (by Shakespeare) to weave a complete and defined story. The performance develops through associations and a flow of consciousness in an almost dream-like structure, where events, presented in a non-realistic way, follow the logic of an intimate meditation that occurs after things have happened. Yet, the sensation of present time is given by a new plot and a particular poetic vision, belonging to the performance itself.’ More information about Tantidhatri International Women’s Performing Arts Festival: tantidhatrifestival.blogspot.in/p/11th.html


Comments: 0 Date: 12 Mar 2012

Una tarde con amigos

En una serena tarde de domingo con el sonido de las campanas rusas de fondo Anandi compartio con nosotros su ultimo libro de poemas “La No Nacida Aurora -Ciudad al Sur ” en el nuevo edificio principal del Pabellon de la Unidad .Los poemas iban cayendo y la tarde lentamente se volvia noche mientras se bailaba tango , se tomaba mate y se nos endulzaba la boca con dulce de leche.Anandi, con gracia , no solo compartia con nosotros poesia sino artesanias y objetos de diferentes paises Sudamericanos y un excelente video de Atahualpa Yupanqui .


Comments: 0 Date: 04 Mar 2012
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