What is Hinduism? at Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, Albuquerque
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What is Hinduism?

Sanatana Dharma

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All is one according to the underlying principal of Hinduism, monism. Yet seen as a geographic or even psychogeographic phenomenon, the wide-ranging collection of faiths, rituals and practices that are indigenous to the Indian subcontinent collectively describe a very complex culture in metaphysical and even quantum terms. Believe us, the best way to learn about this intricate, belief-based system of reality is to listen to one of its practitioners. On Sunday, March 10 at 3pm local expert V.M (Nitant) Kenkre—an emeritus distinguished UNM physics professor—gives a lecture entitled “What is Hinduism?” at the Albuquerque Museum's small auditorium. Designed for the general public Kenkre's discourse focuses on the scriptures like the Bhagavad Gita as well as practices such as yoga, but also takes note of themes including the origin and meaning of certain Hindu customs. This all ages lecture costs $15 for local American International Association members and $20 for non-members. Students under 30 are free with a valid school ID. (August March)

Sunday March 10, 2019

2000 Mountain Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104-1459

Phone: 243-7255
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