Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Fwd: : GUDIYA SAMBHRAMA ...the Temple Festival 2017 with web-cast links

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From: Vijayalakshmi Vijayakumar


While the Gregorian calendar has changed from 2016 to 2017 so will our Indian calendar. With this change comes new beginnings, revival and rejuvenation.

Heritage a not-for-profit trust  organizes a celebration each year from the 3rd week January for about 6 to 7 consecutive week-ends. The 2017 festival starts on the 21st of January. Please join us in this celebration of our cultural and natural heritage in various haloed sacred spaces.

Flowers of every hue will be celebrated through dance, music, poetry and legends. Flower artists will be honoured and performing artists from across the country will share their art with us each week-end. On each Sunday we will provide you the opportunity to play traditional board games.

On the inaugural day,  flower artists will demonstrate and share the nuances of flower braiding with the audience from 5.15 pm onwards. We request you to come join us and share in honouring them with our attention and interest.

Given below are links to the live webcast of the event -
 www.live.shaale.com or shaalelive.com

If you would like to join us on this journey please do email us on gudiya.sambhrama@gmail.com

If you want to contribute funds , please email us and we will give you the necessary details. You will get an 80G tax exemption for your contribution.

We look forward to your presence and support, and we would be delighted to see more people each year, caring, connecting  and celebrating our cultural and natural heritage.Please do share this with all your friends.

 In case you have received this mail more than once please forgive us in our enthusiasm to invite you we may have sent it more than once, we have no intentions of overloading your in-box.

Season's Greetings,
Vijayalakshmi V & Supriya K

Secretary, Heritage,
Chinmaya Apts,
# 1, Puttanna Road,
Bangalore 560 004

sent from samsung galaxy note3 neo, so please excuse brevity

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