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Arka Mukhopadhyay

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From: arshinagar project <thearshina...@gmail.com>
Date: 31 March 2013 10:52
Subject: Bazaar of the Heart - Walk in the Nizamuddin Area

"Bazaar of the Heart" is the name we give to a series of walks we periodically conduct in the Hzt. Nizamuddin Area. These walks are intended to be reflective journeys for exploring the interconnections between the Self and the World. 

Through stories, poetry and songs, we'll try to look ourselves and each other in the eye, with love and acceptance.

The walk will be led by Arka Mukhopadhyay, performer, writer and member of The Arshinagar Project.

Date: April 4th   Time: 17:30 - 19:30

The suggested contribution for the walk is 600/-. 

To register, please contact 09831731422 or thearshinagarproject@gmail.com

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The Arshinagar Project is envisioned as a collective of artists
and cultural practitioners from different traditional and contemporary 
disciplines, as well as practitioners from other disciplines such as 
anthropology, education and ecology, for research into performance 
as transformational action.
'Arshinagar' means 'the city of mirrors', and the name is derived 
from a song by Lalon Phokir, one of the greatest masters among 
the Bauls of Bengal - wandering mystical musician-performers who 
through embodied practice attempt to touch the unbodied.The logo 
represents the 'ektara' (literally 'one-stringed') - a drone-like 
instrument used in different forms and names in different Asian 
cultures, which has come to symbolize the Bauls.
The Arshinagar Project aims to foster a spirit of freedom, respect for 
human diversity, ecological harmony and love, among young adults, 
youth in colleges and universities, educators and others, through 
performances, immersive workshops in urban and natural settings 
based on traditions of mystical performance and practice as well as 
contemporary performance-craft, through lecture-demonstrations, 
seminars, and journeys through inner and outer spaces.

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