2010

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Auroville Foundation
2009-10

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PDF (36 pages)


Auroville population: 2,166 people from 46 nations and the Tibetan Autonomous Region.


Secretary M. Ramaswamy
Governing Board Karan Singh, Ajoy Bagchi, Ameeta Mehra, Amit Khare, Aster Patel, Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi, Malini Parthasarathy, Mallika Sarabhai, Sanat Kumar Ray
International Advisory Council Doudou Diène (Senegal), Julian Lines (US), Marc Luyckx Ghisi (Belgium), Mark Tully (UK), Vishakha N. Desai (US)
Working Committee Chali, Chandresh, Fabienne, Gilles G., Juergen P., Ponnusamy, Tineke


Grant-in-aid from Government of India:

Plan Grant ₹ 620,00,000
Non-Plan Grant 165,00,000


Articles from 2010Author
A history of the KindergartenMiriam
AVAG Progressive Educational ProjectBhavana
Auroville Education 1966-1980Shraddhavan
Center for Further Learning and the beginnings of Future SchoolSanjeev Aggarwal
Finding the Psychic Being (Radio program)Loretta
Gardening with children at Matrimandir NurseryNarad (Richard Eggenberger)
History of Ivar's SchoolBhavana
My Participation in Auroville (by Rod)Rod
Remembering Centre SchoolLisbeth
Ritam "Evolution towards Human Unity: Some passages from Sri Aurobindo and the Mother with comments on their application to Auroville"Shraddhavan
Ritam "One Asia for One World"Jyoti N. Eri
Ritam "Some autobiographical poems and statements of Sri Aurobindo (1893 – 1944)"Shraddhavan
Ritam "The Word in the Rig-Veda and in Sri Aurobindo’s epic poem Savitri"Nishtha
Ritam "Walking the Talk: Excerpts from a conversation with Johnny"Johnny
The beginnings of Udavi SchoolSanjeev Aggarwal
The story of the AVIsDianna Bowler
Transition School - some memories of the beginningsSuzie


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