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Critical Rationality of the Buddhists and the Rationality of Science: a talk on Buddhism & Science at Choe Khor Sum Ling, Bangalore, on February 7, 2010

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Buddhist thought is characterized by centuries of critical thinking on issues related to the nature of reality, perception and inference (logic). Buddhist philosophy is defined by this special critical approach to the understanding of our experiences of the world. Buddhist logic is the first example of a methodology which attempts to ‘rationally’ understand the relation between the world and our descriptions of it, thus making it the first example of what later comes to be called scientific methodology. This discussion will explore the critical rational aspects of Buddhist philosophy in relation to how science itself uses the idea of the rational. In this exploration, we will discover that the Buddhist standards of rationality are in fact stricter than science – what consequence does this have on understanding the relation between the ‘rational’ and the ‘spiritual’?
Dr. Sundar Sarukkai, until recently, was a Professor of philosophy at the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore. He is now establishing the new Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities at the Manipal University. One of his recent books titled “Indian Philosophy and Philosophy of Science” (Motilal Banarsidass, 2005) is an introduction to Buddhist logic and discusses in detail the relation between Buddhist logic and the philosophy of science.

Schedule: February 7, 2010, Sunday
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM –Talk & Discussion, part 1
11:15 AM – 11:30 AM – Tea-Break
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM – Talk & Discussion, part 2

Venue: Choe Khor Sum Ling Centre, Ashwini, No. 24, 1st floor, 3rd Main St, Domlur 1st stage, Bangalore 560071.
Contact info: e-mail – info@cksl.in, tel. (080) 41486497, mob. +91 99869 44153, web – www.cksl.in.
The teaching is free and open to everyone.

Choe Khoe Sum Ling, ‘Three Turnings of the Wheel of Dharma’, is a Buddhist Study & Meditation Center meant for the study and practice of the Mahayana Buddhism. Teachings on various aspects of the Buddhist philosophy and different meditation techniques by highly realized lamas are provided for free.
CKSL was established in Bangalore in 2003 by Lama Zope Rinpoche at the request of His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama. The Centre is a part of the Foundation for Preservation of Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).
For more information please visit the Centre’s web-site – www.cksl.in.

Is fashion your passion?

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Time To Make Your Fashion Sense Count!
Does your power dressing go with your power steering?
Do you like to transform plain Janes to Cindrellas?

Go on and make a career out of your passion.
Or

Just explore your personal image and fashion quotient.

Become a fashion and image consultant!
(Yes, also includes the fun part of shopping for yourself with our mentor to make sure you pick up the right stuff!)

iReboot presents “Wardrobe Styling and Image Makeover Workshop”

facilitated by Bangalore’s most sought after Fashion and Image Consultant – Babita Jaishankar

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More about the mentor

This course is also for those who would just like a image makeover for themselves and some wardrobe restyling.
Ofcourse at 1/10th the market price of this service!

Fees: Rs.3500
Dates: Feb 6 -7, 2010
Venue: iReboot, Indiranagar

Contact 9663857828 for details.

A 2 day workshop on what you need to know to get started.
Course content:
  • Does Image matter?
  • Getting your first client
  • Talking or building trust with the customer
  • Getting to know the client’s:
    • color profile
    • style profile
    • lifestyle
    • body style
    • career
  • Wardrobe analysis:
    • making a list of things needed for a workable wardrobe
    • how to know what to keep and what should go
    • care for the garments
  • Personal shopping with the clients — some rules to follow  , do’s and don’t
  • Hair care and cuts to suit the personality and contours of the face .
  • Skin care according to skin type
  • Choosing the right shade of color cosmetics.
  • Visit to a mall

Brought to you by  iReboot

BMTC BUS day

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BMTC has planned their first ever Bus Day on Thursday, Feb 4, 2010 with a particular focus on 2 corridors – Hosur Road and Old Airport road. The idea is to take the Bus on that day (if you aren’t already taking the company bus or any other bus) and see the difference it will make to traffic congestion and air quality. Vehicle speeds and emissions will be monitored on the corridors to quantify the difference in order to further encourage people to travel by public transport. The campaign is meant to create awareness interactively (as paper free as possible) through an electronic survey and by just taking the Bus!

The Bus Day team at BMTC has designed a short survey and the first way we can help is to fill in the survey online.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dGNvOGxYNzdacktOdXpJVFduc1dHVWc6MA

Announcing Basic Theatre Workshop!

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Yours truly is looking for enthusiasts to join the team!

 

 Yours Truly Theatre announces its next theatre workshop for all.

This 3 weekend long workshop will culminate in a performance by the participants,  who will explore the creation of an entire production through exploration of self, working in teams, unleashing creativity, character building, storytelling, Patterns and rhythms, physical training in different theatre styles and improvisations using the dramatic and theatrical facets.

Post the workshop participants  join yours truly theatre as a member and continue to perform with us.
Discover the art of self-expression through theatre.

 

 

For more details about the workshop contact 9845243051 OR mail us: yourstrulytheatre@gmail.com | Website:www.yourstruly-theatre.com. The workshop starts

 

 

 About the Group:
The Journey:
Pioneers in the field of Interactive Theatre in India, Yours Truly Theatre was started with a vision to using the power of applied improvizational theatre for change and exploring theatre that is spontaneous, intutive and beyond script.

With over 300 interactive theatre performances with a dedicated team Yours Truly is reaching out to a diverse audiences and venues.

Our experiments in theatre have received overwhelming responses from theatre lovers and critics alike. This Journey has been possible because of our team who have been as passionate as we are.


Our Mantra:

Creativity is part of our DNA and is a true mirror of our work.

 
Our Initiatives :

Our YTAC (Yours Truly at campus) initiative has been hugely successful where we have reached out to many students across Bangalore. The latest initiative Ytangle (Yours truly theatre – angle for children) was launched on 14th nov 2009 on the eve of children’s day.

Our previous production called “Common Man” was performed at various locations in Karnataka and we have received great responses from audiences all over. It has also been nominated for the international Theatre Festival at Armenia in 2009. Yours truly theatre performed for two National theatre festival in 2009.

Our latest theatre production “Bhagwaan Dundoo” was premiered in 2009 at Bangalore .

Art Karat Presents “The Nizam Collection”

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Art Karat Presents “The Nizam Collection”
Jewellery inspired by the Museum Jewels of Nizams for the first time recreated in silver

Art Karat, a name synonymous with gorgeous silver jewellery and exceptional kundan craftsmanship, presents its latest collection “NIZAM”

It is a must see for all jewellery connoisseurs who crave for breathtaking designs. Asha Kamal Modi the designer behind Art Karat has recreated some fabulous pieces that reflect the Mughal, Deccan and European influences. Each piece is a work of art and you can see the exceptional creativity and effort that has gone in making these designs.

The compilation includes a beautiful range of necklaces, long earrings, bracelets, bajubandhs, tikas, rings and pins. More than 700 designs have been created for this collection and the entire range is priced between Rs. 2000 to Rs. 50000, with soaring gold prices it is a steal for jewellery collectors.

Inspiration : Nizam – The Museum Collection

Opening Date : Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Closing Date : Sunday, January 24, 2010

Venue : Taj Gateway Hotel, 66 Residency Road, Bangalore-560025

Time: 11am – 8pm

Ph: 09212550541 for more details

Workshop Feb 13th and 14th 2010: Art and Science of Photography

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This two day photography course in Bangalore is for everybody looking for a great introduction to the fascinating world of photography. Join professional photographer Kalyan Varma as he shares his secrets and insights into how to make photographs that convey a powerful sense of place, capture the essence of a person or a rare moment. Get real-world advice to help make the most of your camera. Using a slide show/lecture format, Kalyan will show you how to add depth and meaning to your images.

This is a class which will fundamentally change the way you see. It has nothing to do with technical sophistication or complicated equipment. This is a class about getting inspired, learning new things, working through burnout, and getting back to the part of photography that was fun and attracted you in the first place: looking and seeing.
The Photography Workshop is designed for photographers of all levels. The workshop caters to those who seek more intensive instruction, and includes photo editing, instruction, and critique sessions.

You will also learn basic photography concepts, such as exposure calculation, depth-of-field, effective composition guidelines and how to use your flash effectively. You will have the opportunity to practice your newly acquired skills during field trip. With a strong emphasis on practical, hands-on shooting exercises, this course will make you feel in complete control over your digital camera equipment. In-depth review and critique sessions are held to give you valuable and encouraging feedback.

Most of all, these workshops will inspire you and change the way you look at photography forever.

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