World Culture Festival – Celebrations Galore !

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When I think about my time at the World Culture Festival in Delhi, and savor the memories, the feeling that stands out, is the feeling of AWE and WONDER and PEACE. What I experienced was nothing less than magic!     The magic, which drew millions from all over the world, from all religions, from… Read more »

2000 Veena`s to tug at your heartstrings

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The Queen of the string instruments – The Veena, is all set to reign the country on March 19th 2016. In a spectacular initiative to mark the closing ceremony of the World Culture Festival (New Delhi, March 11th-13th), an estimated 2,000 Veena musicians are all set to shower grand musical notes at the Naadotsav program… Read more »

Known & Unknown Facts of World Culture Festival

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The World Culture Festival 2016 is a celebration of the Art of Living’s 35 years of service to humanity. The festival will bring together people from different cultures, nations, and faiths as a one world family in a resounding message of peace.  But there are few known & unknown facts about this cultural extravaganza called the… Read more »

Miracle of Enzymes – Yamuna

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Delhi has 22 drains carrying 2500 million litres of waste and polluted water into Yamuna river daily. One of the drains popularly known as Bara Pullah drain emanates near Ashoka Hotel and flows through Lakshmi Bai Nagar, Defence Colony, Lajpat Nagar, Kale Khan, Bara Pullah and merges into Yamuna River. All these drains emit deadly… Read more »

Why WhatsApp users want Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on their phones ?

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If there`s one medium today that is absolutely simple and truly social to the core. It`s the WhatsApp Messenger Service. This is one mobile messaging app that has got a massive following. But what`s missing for WhatsApp users today in many parts of the world is the need of another `Messenger` who also has a… Read more »

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 »

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 »