Right Step –The World Culture Festival 2016

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With the mind boggling advances in science and technology, the whole world has become more interconnected and interdependent. Economies of all countries have become increasingly interdependent. Travel, trade and tourism have shrunk the world in to a big global village. Advancements in Information Technology (IT) and Electronics & Communication (EC) have shrunk the whole world… Read more »

World Culture Festival – Celebration of Spirituality

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“Celebration is the nature of the spirit. Any celebration has to be spiritual. Celebration without spirituality does not have any depth. Silence gives depth to celebration”   These are the words of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the humanitarian leader whose single motto is to put a smile on every face. Striving tirelessly to help people… Read more »

Be Amazed. Cameras, Mikes, Sound & Lights are waiting to catch this event !

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If you thought that only people had desires and wishes to fulfil. Get ready for a reality check. Preparations and rehearsals to one of the biggest cultural events of the world is quietly unfolding at the grounds opposite Mayur Vihar Metro station in New Delhi, India. The very best of artists, directors and managers of… Read more »

How Art of Living changed my life

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It was almost 18 years ago that I chanced upon a poster with the mesmeric face of a spiritual master on it. Despite my self-censure about following a ‘Guru’, I was drawn to it and the very next day found myself, almost magically, enrolled in the basic course (now called the Happiness Program), which was… Read more »

The World Culture Festival Celebrates 35 Years of Healing

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What does Art of Living’s World Culture Festival seek to celebrate? Among many things, it seeks to celebrate 35 years of healing through love and knowledge. Here is a poignant story of healing from a deep and personal loss. 60-year old, Jawahar Lal Gupta runs a small paint business in Muradabad, Uttar Pradesh. Some time… Read more »

Two-time World Karate Champion says “Just Meditate”

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Bangalore: In 2013, when Alman Timofeev won the World Karate Championship again, he achieved a feat very few sportsmen in the world had. He became a World Champion at the age of 35.   So what gave the Russian sportsman the edge over competitors half his age, given that the sport of Karate demands high speed and agility?  … Read more »

Why the world needs an event like The World Culture Festival

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In the age of digital connectivity where everyone is connected to everyone else with the push of a button, the initial reaction to a world culture festival that brings millions of people together in one place to celebrate different cultures was ambivalent to me. A television broadcast would reach millions more with lesser effort, was… Read more »

In Pursuit of Happiness – Part-IV

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In a humorous yet profound way, Rishi Vidyadharji gave numerous precious tips to walk on the path of happiness and freedom. Some of the things told by Rishiji were so subtle that those might be bit difficult to understand for someone who is a novice to ‘Art of living’ or has no exposure to ‘Ayurveda’… Read more »