Tales of the Mahabharata!
August 15 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Mahabharata the world-famous epic from India, is a tale of a great war between cousins. The story transports you into a wonderous land of heroes, villains, magical weapons, gods, demons and damsels. The famous Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) is but a short chapter in this epic chronicle of human frailties, sufferings, determination, and devotion whose central theme is also the catchphrase of Ananda: “where there is dharma, there is victory”. But it’s not just a story: it is a deep allegory for the path of a spiritual aspirant who rides into the Battle of Life with God himself as his charioteer. So, as the story unfolds outwardly with myth and magic, the characters become more personal and familiar, and the heart is uplifted in the timeless human aspiration to know God.
Join Murali Venkatrao and the staff of Ananda Farm for a magical afternoon of storytelling, interspersed with periods of energization, meditation, and chanting. Farm tours, a farm stand, refreshments, and dinner are also included.
The event itself is free. Cost of the meal is on a sliding scale: $25 – $50.Please pay directly to our friends at the Ananda Farm (click here).
We encourage you to sign up in parties of 4 – 6 so that you are seated with your party.
We will be social distancing and separate tables will be set for each party group when dining.