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Picture Of The Fortnight


09/12/2018



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Nandalala – Beloved Divine


by Pallavi Nagesha
The absolute truth, the creative consciousness is inherently, and inseparably present in acts of sacrifice. The Bhagavad Gīta teaches us about service with love, a refrain heard in the words of AIM for Seva’s anthem “kuru sevāṃ tvaṃ”. In its seventh annual fundraiser on September 9th, AIM for Seva Boston brought to us the essence of this teaching through a beautifully presented ballet (nṛtyanāṭakaṃ), Nandalala, portraying the life of Śri Kriṣṇa.
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Nandalala – Beloved Divine
Lokvani College Admissions Workshops


Lokvani and AcceptU will be offering two free workshops, “Inside the College Admissions Office,” on Sunday, September 23 in Lexington and Westford, MA.
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Lokvani College Admissions Workshops
Picture Of The Fortnight


Hellburn palace and he trick fountains in Salsburg.
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Picture Of The Fortnight
Ganesh Chaturthi: The True Origins Of Ganapathi’s Head


On Ganesh Chaturthi, Sadhguru explains how Ganapathi isn’t really elephant-headed, and why he is shown that way.
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Ganesh Chaturthi: The True Origins Of Ganapathi’s Head
Gurjar’s India Heritage Fest


Gurjar will be celebrating India Heritage Fest on Saturday September 15th.
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Gurjar’s India Heritage Fest

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