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Satori In The Eye Of Suburbia

In Zen, in Taoism and in the Gita, young urban Indians are finding life

Satori In The Eye Of Suburbia
Apoorva Salkade
Satori In The Eye Of Suburbia
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Drink at the Spring

  • Introduction to Buddhism Tushita Meditation Centre, Dharamsala, October 13-20, Fees: Starting at Rs 5,000 to cover stay and food
  • Yoga Vashista, Bhagavad Gita and Meditation Deer Park Institute, Himachal Pradesh, November 16-23 Fees: Free classes, pay for stay
  • Sufi traditions and practices Quiet Healing Centre, Auroville, Pondicherry, November 7-11 Fees: Rs 15,000
  • Sufi traditions Retreat House, Bandra, Mumbai November 12-15 Fees: Rs 4,000

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It started six years ago. A small group of people in Mumbai, led by Aspi Mistry, a practising Buddhist, decided to meet every Saturday. There was no real agenda: the Dharma Rain Centre was established to discuss in a lively manner all aspects of ethics, spirituality and its practice, to study religious texts and to meditate...

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