A fund raising event for Skanda Vale hospice to be held at Ashcroft Theatre Croydon. An evening of wonderful entertainment provided by Mahesh & Nitu Gadhvi (legendary singers from Bollywood films such as Janbaaz, Jungle Love Story and Sir Richard Attenborough’s Gandhi) performing with a full live band.
Meditation 2.0 – Go Deeper The tour entitled “Meditation 2.0 - Go Deeper” will see Sri Sri address the greater power of meditation and the next level of well being. The ease and depth of these events will resonate as much with beginners as with advanced practitioners. The tour will start in Manchester, Leicester, Edinburgh and culminate in London at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 19th June 2016.
Amazing Grace Concert The event will showcase unity across faiths with devotional performance from various artists. The Art of Living Foundation has been invited to perform the finale music piece for a multi-faith concert entitled "Amazing Grace" hosted at the Union Chapel in Islington on Sunday 8th May and will perform the signature song "Amazing Grace". It's sure to be a great event and Art of Living is proud to support and participate in it. Date 8th May 2016, 7.00pm-10.00pm Event Source:- Art of Living London's posting
The World Culture Festival and the Global Leadership Forum which was part of WCF. The biggest and most diverse expression of unity in recent history has just taken place: The World Culture Festival was held 11-13 March 2016 in New Delhi to celebrate 35 years of the Art of Living Foundation - a global, humanitarian organisation founded by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.
Are peaceful actions relevant today? What does it mean to “be the change”? Can one person make a difference? Mahatma Gandhi certainly did. Discover how this great soul took the timeless wisdom of the Eastern scriptures and lived the core values of their teachings thereby not only achieving greatness in his own life, but also inspiring many more to walk in his footsteps.
What is Mahashivarathri? What is Mahashivarathri? Shivarathri is usually celebrated on the fourteenth day of every lunar month, before the new moon. This year, Mahashivarathri , according to the Hindu calendar is on March 7. This most holy night of Lord Shiva is observed on the night before ‘Amavasya’ in the month of Panguni in South India or Phalgun in the North of India, which is between February – March. The ruling planet during this time is Magham. Shivarathri is observed with ‘Amavas’- the new moon night during this time with no moon or with full darkness, for it is said there is an upsurge of energy; followers try to harness and conserve this by devotions and in meditation all night long – by being awake keeping the spine vertical.
The Hindustan Marathon is a Unique Opportunity for Runners From all over India to participate in this unique event. There are different Races which will Take Place Inside The Banner of Hindustan Marathon, Organized by Mr. Sikander Singh Race Day, Which Takes Place On 27th March 2016 is a Series of Five Events. 3km Race 5km Race 10.5 km Race 21 km Race (Half marathon) 42 km Race (Full marathon) Click here for Entry Rules Fee’s and Eligibility