Individual quest Vs Secularism

You can not re-write the history of India doing away with the religions. Spiritual quest has left its mark again and again in its various layers. Now that "spirituality" and "religion" have become so difficult to separate, it has become safer to throw both out and dwell in a cleaner space of neutralism where either "we don't talk about religion at all" or "if we do talk, we should include all in carefully measured equal proportions".

Presentation + Workshop: Painting the colours of your “chakra”

With the popularity of yoga, "chakra" has once again become a word that is heard sometimes. What can we learn about ourselves through the understanding of chakras? How can the problems in our lives be better tackled if we learn to balance these energy centres? We will create our personality colour-charts after we learn to evaluate our chakras. We will thus be aware of our negative and positive sides and be able to see many unknown links behind our traits that affect one another. We will explore colours in a new way touching upon a part of this ancient practice of chakra yoga.

Presentation + Workshop: Demystifying the Indian deities

Why is Saraswati in white attire? Why does Durga have 10 hands? Why is owl the vehicle of Lakshmi? What do the gods and goddesses mean and why are they so many in number? Can the deities be useful in our daily lives or are they just part of our rituals?  In a step by step manner, as we pick up the visual language through the understanding of colours, symbols, metaphors and personifications, we will gradually get closer to the secret messages the deities hold for us.

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