Princeton University Hindu Life Program

the yoga of dance
with  Srimati Pavithra Srinivasan 
Classical Indian Dancer and
Dance & Vedanta Teacher

Thursday, April 28 | 6pm
Whig Hall
Princeton University
What do Indian classical dance, the metaphysical teachings of Vedanta, and modern yoga practice have in common? 
Acclaimed dancer and educator Srimati Pavithra Srinivasan explores the intersections and suggests that we may see India's venerable classical dance traditions as a vehicle to connect to deeper truths and spiritual awareness. She draws on decades of rigorous dance training, deep study of scared texts, and personal guidance from her guru--the renowned Param Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati.  
No prior experience with dance or yoga is required. 

The event includes a gentle dance demonstration.

Please wear comfortable clothing if you would like to participate.

Light refreshments and hot tea will be served.

Free and open to all. 
No registration required.

Whig Hall is located on campus, between Clio Hall (which houses the Admissions Office) and Murray-Dodge (the former home of the Office of Religious Life, currently under construction). Free parking is available in Lot 10 (which is a five minute walk from Whig) or in Visitor's Parking (Lot 23; you may catch a shuttle bus from here to Clio Hall, next to Whig).  

co-sponsored by the Hindu Life Program & 
the Princeton University Yoga Council


April 2016




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