Rama Raama Raamaa


Heritage, Bangalore – in collaboration with Indica & Centre for SoftPower – brings to you a series of webinars about the Ramayana, on the auspicous of occassion of Sri Rama Navami.

The Ramayana is itihaasa which means iti haa asa – thus it was. It is a chronicle of the history of Bharata.  A living legend that still inspires people to emulate Rama the embodiment of Dharma.

Ramo Vigrahavan Dharmaha

रामो विग्रहवान् धर्मः

Rama a personification of Dharma

The series will include a variety of topics and speakers from different backgrounds who have been touched and inspired by this epic Shrimad Valmiki Ramayana that has no borders of geography and has traversed the world, inspired other works in many languages, and in many countries, it finds pride of place.

join us and celebrate Ramanavami this is an opportunity to fulfil a part of the pancha maha Yagna that is a framework for every follower of Sanathana Dharma  to lead a life of Dharma , we will have devata Yagna when we can all chant together, Brahma Yagna when we listen to Ramayana and Pitr Yagna by taking forward the legacy of our ancients


Date & Time Topic Name of The Speaker Name of the Host
Fir, 31 March 2023 7:00PM – 8:00PM Pancha Maha Yagna of Rama Dr Ranganji Smt Vijayalakshmi Vijayakumar
SAT, 01 April 2023 7:00PM – 8:00PM Ramayana and the Arts Smt Anita Bose, Sri Akarin Pongpandecha Smt Vijayalakshmi Vijayakumar
SUN, 02 April 2023 7:00PM – 8:00PM Footsteps of Raama Vikram Pande Abhinav Agarwal
WED, 05 April 2023 7:00PM – 8:00PM Ramayana for Today Sri Prakash Belawadi Sri Vinay Varanasi
THU, 06 April 2023  7:00PM – 8:00PM Journey Through Hanuman to the Ramayana Prof Michael Sternfeld Smt Vijayalakshmi Vijayakumar
FRI, 07 April 2023  7:00PM – 8:00PM Women in the Ramayana Ami Ganatra Sri G V Shivakumar

Register Once to attend all sessions

The Divine Art of Kolam: Sacred Geometry and Cymatics


We celebrated heritage week from Nov 19th – 25th, and that meant celebrating every aspect of Indian culture and heritage. 

This December 10th at 6PM, we invite you to our webinar on The Divine Art of Kolam: Sacred Geometry and Cymatics. 

Kolam is a more than a thousand year old living tradition that stays in almost every household. It is a ritual for Indian women to wake up at early hours of the morning to draw a beautiful kolam in front of their houses. 

Scientists and mathematicians often talk about elegant equations or proofs that are simple yet profound, representing secrets of the universe, through their intrinsic beauty and various interpretations. Similarly, Kolams are ancient drawings with patterns that are aesthetically beautiful and mathematically inclined, while also representing deeper philosophies and life lessons – Shanthi Chandrasekar

This webinar, we have Dr Deepa Duraiswamy, Smt Shanthi Chandrasekar and Prof Oscar Garcia-Prada, speaking on aspects of Kolam ranging from mathematics, art, science and finally delving into the divine.