Friday, July 31, 2009

With Brian in their office


With sharanya's shades . . . Shakthi music in background. . .

Paper for recycle.


Elegant press. The left over paper, after cutting are segregated and sent to recycling unit.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Arabic satsang


Today yet again, the moroccons, iraqis, pakistanis, and iranians sang in satsang. . .

Sunday, July 26, 2009

The three levels of my existence


This is my room within the room. My life is more or less dependent on its three layers. The basement is the place for my suitcase, extra pair of footwears and sometimes things fallen from the above two floors. Dust gathers very fast on this level. My other two room mates, who stays in their own rooms, within our room, do broom it every alternate day while i sleep on its first floor. This floor is the arena for the most important activity in my life. Sleep. Seldom used as movie watchin table, with my feet stretched, trying to keep itself warm, on to the adjacent room; of our room. It also used as ironing table as well as dining table. The top floor holds all the essentials of my life. Toileteries, washed clothes, to be washed clothes, washed but not pressed and finally washed and pressed clothes, helmet, film dvds, newspaper and others. Its been one year and four months since i have been rectangled by this funny structure. My bunker bed. There is so much joy living within it as i have realised today, my life is beyond it. In the last 5 years my place, my room, my temporary abode has always been gettin smaller and smaller But life has new found meaning and depth. . .

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Prashant p s


The most senior designer in the ashram. In charge of design of the art of living magazine, dvd titles and others . Works in publication division.

Rajeev nambiar


He is the head of publication division of the art of living.

Gender equality


Woman diggin the road alone for metro rail project. Kanakpura road.

Butterfly caterpillar


This one is huge. One is out. Other, is still in pupa stage

Dolly days.


About 18 titles of sri sri yoga are being made here.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Shooting for new yoga titles in the ashram


You can imagine, the model has been enacting it since morning. Sittin wit montoo, who is directing it.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Sumeru promotions team


Baliga staff quarter friends. Most of the time, meet these guys most often here.

Mamas tea shop


This small tea shop is the only respite for people with no tea no life syndrome. You get pretty good dosa here.

Brochure


. . . For website logo

Monday, July 13, 2009

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Subject to Change- Live at Kyra- Bangalore


About the Band

We began as a motley bunch of us who just knew each other from seeing too much of each other through college. It’s been over a year since we got together to perform at an acoustic festival in Chennai, and the one thing that has established itself in our music, our “style” and us as a band is spontaneity and constant surprises; so the one thing we knew for sure was that we would morph and change all the time. We’re not entirely sure how we began, and we don’t know where we’re headed, but wherever it is, we’re having a blast getting there. That’s us, Subject to Change.


The band has a pretty mad mix of people and music; poor, talented and unemployed (Aakash and Toby), struggling, wonderful artist (Anisha), perennially broke academic (Anjana), rising star singer (Benny) and rock steady abe (Abraham). Somehow everything just comes together perfectly with our music, (thankfully). If we had to put a label to ourselves, we are an acoustic band, essentially 70’s and 80’s junkies, rooted in rock, folk, blues and rock ‘n’ roll, with swirls of r & b, indie, alternative and a healthy dose of indigenous music.

Subject to Change also seems to have a serious addiction to medleys that have just developed lives of their own! We began one night with Sting’s “Message in a bottle” and “King of Pain”, and in under 24 hours we had 20 songs- from MJ to the Doobie Brothers; Oasis to Tina Turner and we called it the “Deadly Medley”, and it has become something of a signature performance of ours. The medley fever spawned several other concoctions; little two- song medleys, a crazy blend of the black eyed peas and A.R.Rahman and so it goes. That’s not to say we’re obsessed with just combining other people’s genius, it’s just another unexpected oddity that makes our music.

Subject to Change is a relatively baby band; we each have a whole lot of ideas, but we’re just starting to put them together as “our” music. “Better Things” is our first step in the big (sometimes not so wonderful) world of original music, and hopefully that’s what the song will take us to. While the cosmos is busy arranging for our stardom, we’ll just keep doing what we do best, and y’all... can clap to the rest ;o)

Date: Saturday, July 18, 2009
Time: 7:00pm - 11:00pm
Location: Kyra
Street: Indranagar
City/Town: Bangalore City, India

Sid, nish and puddle


Good friends and a puppy.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Che guevera in ashram


My bag! Don get shocked. I don believe in this dude nor his ideals anymore, but the bag was a gift. I plan to cross him out artistically. Any suggestions how to go about doing that?

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Monday, July 06, 2009

Dsn course day 2


Took meditation session for 220 children

Sunday, July 05, 2009

Dsn course project


Go to village and conduct meditation for 50 people. That was the target given. It was a good experience

Wednesday, July 01, 2009