23 September, 2020

Satori In The Eye Of Suburbia

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

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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