The spirit of the Vedas and the beauty of Indian culture are enshrined in the immortal literary works of Valmiki, Vyasa, and Kalidasa. Dr. R. Ganesh, scholar-philosopher, poet, author and a practitioner of Avadhana gives a broad vision of this transcendental tradition through these lectures and lecture-demonstrations. These were recorded during the Workshop 'Vyasa-Valmiki-Kalidasa: Realizing the Spirit of Indian Culture through their Creations' organised by Chinmaya International Foundation and Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth in June 2017.
Prof. B. Mahadevan (Founder Vice-chancellor, Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth and Director, TIM Bangalore), Arjun Bharadwaj (Sanskrit poet and scholar), B. N. Shashi Kiran (Sanskrit poet and aesthetician), Anupama Hoskere (puppeteer), Dr. Nagavalli Nagaraj (Carnatic musician), Ramaa Bharadvaj (dancer, choreographer, and storyteller) and Nirupama & Rajendra (Bharatanrtyam and Kathak performers and choreographers).
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