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21 Mar / 2014Program by:
Featured: AhilyaLanguage: English

Matrimandir Symphony

If you close your eyes and listen to the sounds at Matrimandir, you will hear all the usual members of the orchestra: the crickets, the leaves of the Banyan rustling with the wind, and the chirping of birds. As a part of this back ground music there can be heard often the sounds from the villages close by. You will also hear the occasional screech from one of the small owls living in the Banyan tree. And now, there is a new sound that has been added to the gardens orchestra.

A Lilaloka project: http://lilalokaproject.blogspot.in

Follow the voice of Ahilya, 14 years old student (Future school), who will guide you through the new Matrimandir garden soundscape, and will also offer to you two beautiful poems (R.M. Rilke and Harindranath Chabpadaya).
Special thanks to John for the text of the Matrimandir newsletter and to the Russian Bells player.
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