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Timeless Peace and Modern Ignorance - A Hindu Perspective

When:

Thu 17 Sep 2015, 7:00pm–8:30pm

Where: The Peace Place - Aiotanga, 22 Emily Place, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: thepeaceplacenz

Ram Lingam will be speaking on the topic of Timeless Peace and Modern Ignorance from a Hindu perspective. He will draw from Hindu sources of wisdom to talk about what is peace, what makes it timeless, and what contributes to modern ignorance.

Born and bred in Mumbai, India, Ram has been in New Zealand since 1997 and is married with two teenage daughters. He is a conference speaker, culture columnist and prolific Hindu writer. You can read his articles on www.indiasutra.co.nz. He contributes as a columnist to community newspapers (both in print & online) in New Zealand, India, Australia and the USA. He is actively engaged in clearing the myths, challenging the pedestrian view and promoting the understanding of dharma through his writings, presentations and social media inputs.

Ram is a student of the wisdom traditions of India and Advaita Vedaanta in particular. He is a member of the Chinmaya Mission New Zealand, the Hindu Council of New Zealand and the Hindu Organisations and Temple Association (HOTA) Forum of New Zealand. He is also on the Executive Committee of the Auckland Interfaith Council.

Ram is the General Secretary of the Manukau Indian Association, and founder of Sports, Recreation and Outdoor Trust (SPROUT) a community health organisation.

Cost: Koha/donation

To Register: please call 377-5541 (between 10am -4pm Monday to Friday) or email thepeaceplacenz@gmail.com

How Do I Get to The Peace Place?
By Train
The Peace Place is a short walk from Britomart Transport Centre (8/10 Queen St, Auckland 1010). It's an even shorter walk if you take the Tangihua St exit from Britomart.

By Bus
A number of buses stop close to us at 2 Anzac Ave (it is a three minute walk from there to 22 Emily Place).

By Ferry (from Waiheke or the North Shore)
It is a ten minute walk from the Auckland Ferry Terminal to 22 Emily Place.

By Car
There is no free or reserved parking at The Peace Place.

There are a small number of metered car parks on Emily Place (charges of $3 per hour for the first two hours & then $6 for each additional hour from Monday to Friday and of $1 per hour on Saturdays apply from 8am to 6pm) but these fill up fast and are usually not available at peak times.

The following car-parks are close by:
- Tournament Parking at 71 Shortland Street (a two minute walk).
- The Britomart Car Park at 88 Quay Street (a six minute walk).
- Wilson Car Park – 53-73 Anzac Ave (a five minute walk).
- Wilson Car Park Cnr Short St and Eden Cres (a two minute walk).

If you are up for a slightly longer walk the Downtown & Victoria Street Car Park

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