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March 2006: Events Calendar
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 Mar. 08International Women's Day
 Mar. 14Holi
 Mar. 17St. Patrick's Day
 Mar. 30Ugadi (Telugu & Kannada New Year)
Shubha Muhurtha Day:
2,10,16, 17, 24, 27


Ongoing:
9am - 5.30pm. "Pranahuti Aided Meditation", Training held by the Institute of Sriramchandra Consciousness, every 2nd Saturday of the month in the Bay Area. Free for all. Contact:Vidyadar Joshi 408.973.8667, www.sriramchandra.org, isrc_ca@yahoo.com

Mar. 07, 14, 21, 28 Tuesdays
12 noon. Siddha Samadhi Yoga Classes at Shiva Vishnu Temple, Livermore, California, Contact: Temple 925.449.6255,www.livermoretemple.org

Mar . 01, 08, 15, 22 Wednesdays
6-9am. "ItsDiff" Tamil radio program every Wednesday at 90.1 FM, KZSU, Stanford, California; Contact: Srikant Srinivasa, itsdiff@gmail.com

Mar. 02, 09, 16, 23 Thursdays
1pm - 3pm. Carnatic Radio on 90.1FM KZSU Stanford, The program is one hour of carnatic music and Gharana music. Contact: Parag,info@kzsu.stanford.edu

7:30-9pm. Weekly Satsanghs; Organized by Shirdi Sai Parivaar; Venue: Odd Fellows Temple, Cupertino, California; Contact: www.shirdisaiparivaar.org

Mar 05, 12, 19, 26 Sundays
Bala Vihar classes at Chinmaya Mission in Danville, Fremont, Los Altos, San Jose, and San Ramon, California. Curriculum includes Tamil language instruction; Contact: 408.998.2793, sanjose@chinmayamission.org, www.chinmaya-sanjose.org/balvihar.html

9:30am-10am - Tamil Class taught at the Hindu Temple of Atlanta, Riverdale, Georgia; Also offering Dance classes, Hatha Yoga, Adult Gita, and Balavihar class. Contact: 770.907.7102, feedback@hindutempleofatlanta.org, www.hindutempleofatlanta.org

9:30-10:30am. TAMIL WORSHIP; Venue: Faith Lutheran Church (Sanctuary), 37635 Dequindre Road Michigan (Between 16 &17 Mile Road); Contact: Rev. Arul J Alexander 248-402-8040; tamil@faithtroy.org Web: http://www.faithtroy.org/tamil

11am-12:30pm. Tamil songs, Tiruppugazh taught at the Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago, Lemont, Illinois. Also offering Sanskrit, bhajan classes. Contact: Jayanthi Balachandran 630.325.2985, Usha Narayanan at 630.527.9308 or the Temple front desk. info@ramatemple.org, www.ramatemple.org

10am – Tamil Classes for children and adults at various levels; Organized by California Tamil Academy; Venue: De Anza College Campus, Cupertino, California; Contact:www.catamilacademy.org 5.30pm - St.John's Tamil Lutheran Congregation - Church congregation of Tamil Speaking public from Asia; Location: 47 Winthrop Street, Williston Park, New York, Contact: Rev. Rathinasamy 718.747.6242, 516.742.5858

5:pm to 6pm (EST): 'Tamil Amudham' Metro Detroit/Ann Arbor's Tamil Radio program: Every Sunday at 1460 AM; Can be heard at www.wpon.com; Archives at www.tamilamudham.com; Contact: Program Director Dr. V.S Balanethiram 248.641.7684. Features news roundup, children's program, kadhai amudham, mazhalai amudam

Weekly
Chinmaya Mission, California conducts weekly discourses on Bhagavad Gita, Upadesha Saara, Sreemad Bhagavatam, Vedanta Saara, Upadesha Saara, Advaita Vedanta - Ishavasya Upanishad, Advaita Vedanta - Vivekachoodamani and Guided Meditation; Locations: Sandeepany, San Jose; Lincoln High School, San Jose; Washington High School, Fremont; Los Cerros Middle School, Danville; Contact: 408-998-2793; www.chinmaya-sanjose.org

March 2006
Check out 'The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth' program that opens a world of opportunities for your children; Contact: www.jhu.edu/~gifted/ 2006 Scholarships & Grants – Offered by Indo-American Charity Foundation of Houston; Contact: Sushma Bhan 281.492.7575, Radha Thiagarajan 281.496.6700; iacfhouston@gmail.com

The James V. Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism – An award for work published or broadcast during 2005, recognizing excellence in reporting water, resource, land and wildlife issues that occur in the western region; Deadline for entries March 15, 2006; Contact: risserprize@lists.stanford.edu;http://risserprize.stanford.edu

Saturday, Mar. 4th
2pm – Jugalbandhi – A Melodious fusion of Carnatic music on flute and Hindustani; Venua: Hindu Temple Auditorium, Riverdale, Georgia; Contact: Seshu Sharma 770.491.9305; www.hindutempleofatlanta.org

Sunday, Mar. 5th
2:30-3:30pm – The Closet Ghosts – Book Release Party; Meet author Uma Krishnaswami and illustrator Shiraaz Bhabha; Organized by Children's Book Press; Venue: Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, California; Contact: Lori Shimonishi Low 415.821.3080 x13, www.asianart.org, www.childrensbookpress.org

4pm. Kodaiyin Kanavu – A visual presentation of Naachiyaar Thirumozhi by Ms. Kavitha Thirumalai; Organized by Lasya Dance Company, Shiva-Vishnu Temple, Livermore; Venue: Cubberly Theatre, Palo Alto, California; Contact:kavita@gmail.com, subhapriya@narada.org; Free.

Friday, March 10th
Noon – China and India: How will they shape our future – A discussion on the ramifications of a rapidly changing global production by Christopher Flavin, President, Worldwatch Institute; Organized by Commonwealth Club; Venue: Club Office, San Francisco, California; Contact:www.commonwealthclub.org

6pm – Culture & Philosophy of India – A discussion oriented lecture series y Dr. P. Jayaraman; Organized by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, USA; Venue: Bhavan's Romanti Auditorium, New York, New York; Contact: Bhavan: 212.989.8383, Dr. Kunal Sen 718.899.4832; www.bhavanus.com

Saturday, March 11th
2:45pm – 5:45pm; Meet The Author & Illustrator Program; Meet Children's book Author Ms. Uma Krishnaswami & Illustrator Ms. Shiraaz Bhabha; Program includes Book Reading and Workshop for children on writing and illustrating books; Organized by The Breeze Foundation & City of Santa Clara Library along with Bay Area Tamil Manram, Bay Area Telugu Association, ICC, Shruthi Swara Laya, Chinmaya Mission, Abhinaya Dance Company…; Venue: Redwood Room, Santa Clara City Library, Santa Clara, California, FREE, RSVP required; Open to Children over 5 years; Contact: Venkat CK 408.505.6488, Thillai: 408.857.0181; thendral@chennaionline.com, eulrich@ci.santa-clara.ca.us, president@bayareatamilmanram.org

8am. All Day – Northern California Professional Development for Ethnic Media Journalists; Organized by New America Media; Venue: Northgate Hall, University of California, Berkeley; Contact: Pha Lo 415-503-4170, pha@newamericamedia.org,
www.newamericamedia.org

5pm – Remembering Rukmini Devi – An illustrated talk by Dr. Sunil Kothari; Organized by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, USA; Venue: Bhavan's Romanti Auditorium, New York, New York; Contact: Bhavan: 212.989.8383, Dr. Kunal Sen 718.899.4832; www.bhavanus.com

1:30pm – Tamizh Vasantham – Program features natyam, naadagam and pattimanram; Organized by Michigan Tamil Sangam; Venue: Rochester High School; Rochester Hills, Michigan; Contact: www.mitamilsangam.org; Hari Prasad 248.689.8064

Saturday & Sunday, Mar. 18 & 19th
9am – 6pm. Vibha Khel Mela 2006 - A ping-pong panorama with Chess & Carrom; Organized by Vibha; Venue: Globall Mall, Atlanta; Contact: Sujan @ 678.571.8265; Tickets: $10/event; $18 for 2 events; $30 for all events.

Saturday, March 18th
6:00 pm – 2006 Concert Series – Next Generation Concert by next generation of Bharatanatyam dancers; Organized by Abhinaya Dance Company; Venue: Louis B. Meyer Theater, University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California; Contact: Abhinaya – 408.983.0491, www.abhinaya.org, abhinaya_sj@yahoo.com

Sunday, March 19th
4:00 pm – 2006 Concert Series – Multi-Splendored Ramayana – Student recital depicting Ramayana; Organized by Abhinaya Dance Company; Venue: Louis B. Meyer Theater, University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California; Contact: Abhinaya – 408.983.0491, www.abhinaya.org, abhinaya_sj@yahoo.com

1-3pm. - Focus on the family series: Seminar on Educating our children: School Choice, managing expectations and psychosocial issues; Moderated by Suvrat Bhargave, MD; Organized by Hindu Temple of Atlanta; Contact: pravisarma@hotmail.com, www.hindutempleofatlanta.org

Wednesday, March 22nd
6pm – World Affairs Council Annual Dinner 2006; The Council honors George Lucas for his global vision and Ms. Latha Krishnan, President of American India Foundation for her global citizenship; Venue: The Westin St. Francis, Union Square, San Francisco, California; Contact: Susana Rodriguez 415.293.4665, srodriguez@wacsf.org, www.itsyourworld.org; Tickets: $200-$50K

Saturday, Mar. 25th
8am -8pm. Shruthi Swara Laya Annual Day Celebrations; Program features Musical Marathon – 12 hours of music by Students & Teachers of Shruthi Swara Laya; Venue: Shruthi Swara Laya, Fremont, California; Contact: Anuradha Suresh 510.490.4629,ggavimal@sbcglobal.net; All are welcome.

8pm – Shanti: A Journey of Peace – A 140-member choir along with a multi-media experience explores the meanings of peace and human connection through the music, dance and images of India; Presented by Cincinnati Arts Association; Venue: The Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio; Contact: www.shantichoir.org; kanniks@shantichoir.org;

Saturday, Apr. 1st
2006 Annual Picnic; All day picnic with fun filled activities; Organized by Bharathi Kalai Manram; Venue: Lost Creek Park, Sugarland, Texas; Contact: Satheesh Kumar 281.240.9461,www.bkmhouston.org

Saturday & Sunday, Apr. 1st & 2nd
10am-9pm. Spring Music Festival; Organized by South India Fine Arts; SIFA felicitates Sri Umayalpuram Sivaraman on his 60-year Mridangam career; Program includes a lecture-demonstration by Sri. Umayalpuram Sivaraman, Concert by Chitraveena Ravikiran & Party, Nadaswaram by Subhan Kasim & Subhan Babu, Flute concert by Mala Chandrasekhar; Vocal Concert by Gayatri Sankaran; Concert by OS Thyagarajan & party. Contact: info@southindiafinearts.org, Sripathy: 408.644.9751, Srinivasan: 408.666.9343

Saturday, Apr. 8th
4pm. Bharathanatyam Arangetram of Suraja Raj; Disciple of Smt. Indumathy Ganesh, Artistic Director of Nrithyollasa Dance Academy; Venue: Jackson Theater, Ohlone Community College, Fremont, California; Contact: Rema & Raj: 510.792.6828

6pm. Arpan – An offering from the students of Nrityasankalpa to the students of Vengal village, Tamilnadu; An evening of classical Bharathanatyam; Venue: Meadow Creek High School, Norcross, Georgia; Contact: Kanya Manoj 404.242.2767, Savitha Vishwanathan 770.623.9266, www.nrityasankalpa.org

Sunday, Apr. 9th
3pm. Chiththirai Kondaattam – A Tamil New Year Program includes staging of Bharathi Naataka Manram's Raamanujar drama (story by Prof. Indra Parthasarathy) and a light music program by Raagalaya; Venue: Smithwick Theater, Foothills College, Los Altos, California; Contact: Mani Manivannan: 510.796.2433, Raja Mani 510.396.1720, president@bayareatamilmanram.org;www.bayareatamilmanram.org
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