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Chapter 41 – Consciousness Awakening Impact At Matrimandir, Auroville

Photo Credit: Sandrine Denier| Lilaloka | http://lilaloka.org/ Tanvi was excited for today finally it was the day to enter and experience Matrimandir in Auroville. She was supposed to reach the gates of Matrimandir by 7 in the morning. She ate a light breakfast, wore a cotton white suit and walked upto Matrimandir. There was a

Chapter 40 – Impact of Tsunami

Tanvi woke up next morning amidst the playful sound of peacocks roaming freely in the garden. Sun rays were peeping from the breezy curtains. She was not an early riser but the natural beauty outside was so inviting that she didn’t mind going for a walk. Mud roads lined with canopy trees, different species of

Chapter 39 – Life Altering Fantastico Experiences To Begin In Auroville

It was a fresh and bright morning. There was no hangover of the past night for it had been an illuminating discussion over her experiences, catching up on latest trends in ecommerce, listening to a few startup ideas and getting ideas about how she can be an acclaimed travel blogger who can earn by getting

6 Positive Experiences in Auroville

  Auroville and Optimism go hand in hand. There is not a single moment during your stay in Auroville that you will feel negative or frustrated. Here are few of my experiences of Auroville that brought me closer to Nature, loving life and being positive. Dipping Feet in Fish Pond at Verite Update- Please Note:

Perfect Meal At Auroville- Can I recreate it?

Scanning through the Borosil website, admiring the crockery – elegant, feminine and classy I was nostalgically reminisces of that perfect meal I had in Auroville and how I wish I could recreate that magical platter and serve it in such Borosil’s beautiful crockery. In 2010, I was in Auroville to volunteer for Wellpaper, an NGO to help

My experiences with alternative treatments

This story is written from my life experiences. How and why I started my journey to find alternative treatments. Infertility treatments had drained me out both physically and mentally. I was caught in a vicious cycle of hope, rigorous medical treatment, failure of treatment, depression and again fighting back towards hope. It was the year

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