April is designated as India Experience Month.
Major highlights include:
April 1 - April 30:
A month long Indian Experience exhibit on the first floor of the main library including books, artifacts, and photographs pertaining to Indian culture and CSU's Study Abroad in India.
Healing Across Cultures: Learning from Traditions Day long Symposium lead by traditional healers including an expert from India and researchers of modern medicine.
Free registration and free lunch - Mather Mansion. To register, please call 216-687-4656.
April 15 - April 23
Indian Music Festival, Waetgen Auditorium, University Auditorium, and other locations on campus. Free program.
Other programs include:
- A visit to Cleveland based Buddhist temple, Hindu temple, and an Indian family's home for a free lunch.
- Attend a yoga and meditation demonstration session, mendi (temporary hand tattoo) demonstration; learn to wear Indian dress (dhothi and saree), and attend a series of colloquiums on different aspects of Indian culture.
More information on any of these India Experience programs, contact Professor Murali Nair who is the Director of CSU India Experience program and the Chairperson of CSU Global Learning Advisory Committee.
Telephone: 216-687-4570 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org