Month: September 2014

Devi Navaratri

The Navaratri Festival celebrations will begin tonight, Friday, at the Broome Street Temple, with a Chandi Homa and Lalita Sahasranama puja, beginning at 5:30 pm. We will perform arati at about 8:30 pm, followed by kirtan with Nina Rao and

Francesco Clemente, Inspired by India: Rubin Museum

It’s not news to anyone who has read this blog that I am a big Francesco Clemente fan. His present exhibition at the Rubin Museum is another reason to add to the list. Beth Citron, who curated the exhibit, is

Racing Extinction

Grammy and Academy Award winning J. Ralph (also an AYNY student:-) has composed the music for Racing Extinction, a film on the destruction of the Earth’s diverse species, which comes out in 2015. Saturday, September 20th, on the eve of

Our Home In the Immense Heaven

This is a wonderful video that shows, for the first time, the super cluster of stars that our little planet Earth spins around in: “Within a land form, water flows in certain directions,” Tully said. “The water knows, even if

Sharath’s Workshop is Rushing to a Close…

From the creative genius of GBSK

Summer [Blog] Break Is Over

Hello, folks. After a long break over the summer from the blog, I am ready to get back into posting stuff. The return post is a letter that I sent out to our mailing list yesterday about our first pricing