Living Beyond the Self: Meeta Vasisht -- television, film and theatre actor who spoken with our members not only on her experience as an actor but also her of her experience in work with trafficed children and her thoughts on how as Indians we rarely value the rich legacy of our own traditions of farming, medicine, vastu sashtra, etc.
At the LSG’s programme with Bhanumathi Narasimhan, the Director of Women’s Empowerment and Childcare Projects, Art of Living, used simple everyday examples to explain spirituality.
He came, he spoke and he enthralled all! The guests waited with great expectation, much humility and a lot of hope. Hope to hear the words of peace and progress from one of the world Greatest Philosophical Thinkers. He did not disappoint anyone. He even took a question from a child. The audience listened in rapt attention, while he spoke about tolerance,
An epitome of gracefulness, sensuality, exquisite beauty and glamour, the embodiment of everything dreams are made of, in fact the unbeaten DREAM GIRL of the Hindi Film Industry, Hema Malini, met with the Ladies Study Group members on a wonderful, cool,
India is a storehouse of regional and folk cultures, art forms and crafts. One person, who over the past three decades, has been trying to highlight India’s vast cultural diversity through various design projects in different parts of world,
Art 'n LSG 2009 was an unique event turned into a very enjoyable and memorable one by the presence of the some of Bengal's most outstandingly talented and accomplished artists. Artists present at this programme included seniors like Ramananda Bandopadhyay,
Ace designer Ritu Kumar invited Ladies Study Group members to her Couture Show in Kolkata, at ITC Sonar Bangla on the 9th of September 2009. Ritu Kumar has had a long association with The Ladies Study Group. Way back in the 80s LSG co-hosted her fashion presentation at the HHI.
“Ageing, health, and longevity are all dependant on the accurate and effective communication between the different parts of the body; the harmonious unification of the universe inside each of us.”
According to Padmashri kathak maestro Shovana Narayan "to be spiritual is to celebrate the self". From the point of view of her profession it is easy to see how spirituality and sensuality are related.