Celebrating 28th Anniversary, Anand Ashram Presents Samskriti Sindhu Museum

Celebrating 28th Anniversary, Anand Ashram Presents Samskriti Sindhu Museum

Gianyar district has another museum namely the Samskriti Sindhu Museum. It is a museum of world culture located at Anand Ashram on Jalan Sri Wedari km 3, Tegallantang Ubud. The museum presenting the history of Hinduism development started from India was inaugurated and opened by Governor of Bali, Made Mangku Pastika on Sunday (Jan. 14),

Gianyar district has another museum namely the Samskriti Sindhu Museum. It is a museum of world culture located at Anand Ashram on Jalan Sri Wedari km 3, Tegallantang Ubud. The museum presenting the history of Hinduism development started from India was inaugurated and opened by Governor of Bali, Made Mangku Pastika on Sunday (Jan. 14), coinciding with the celebration of the 28th anniversary of Anand Ashram Foundation, Center for Wellbeing and Empowerment.

Samskriti Sindhu Museum shows off various artifacts associated with ancient civilizations that are still developing today. It is the Sindhu-Sarasvati or Indus civilization believed to have contributed greatly to Western civilization and other civilizations. “This museum is a small contribution to the love of Hinduism and the first civilization developed in India,” said Swami Anand Krishna, founder of the Anand Ashram who is also a teacher at the ashram.

The presence of this museum can help young people from around the world to understand and appreciate to the same cultural roots and civilizations. Similarly, it is expected to be an attraction to foreign tourists visiting Bali. Thus, they will be gaining insight into Balinese wisdom that can be applied in their daily life.

Anand Ashram established 28 years ago has organized a variety of spiritual, social, educational and humanitarian activities thoroughly. “Believe that just by understanding the same cultural and spiritual roots we can realize peace and live in harmony while appreciating to the natural difference among us,” he said.

Chairman of the Anand Ashram Foundation, Sayoga, said that after having the understanding on the same cultural and spiritual roots, the peace and harmonious life can be realized. “While appreciating to natural difference among us, we embody the world harmony,” he said.

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The event was also attended by Consul General of India in Bali, Director General of Hindu Community Guidance, Director of ICC Bali, and several other figures. It was also graced with various art performances like dance, music and song. Some artists of children and adult presented spiritual songs full of moral messages. (BTN/015)



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