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The Radhadesh Community and the Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA), – open doors day on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th of June

The Radhadesh Community and the Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA), located at Château de Petite Somme near Durbuy, will have an open doors day on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th of June for all those who wish to learn about the traditional culture of India.

The program will start at 15:00, with guided tours of the castle and the temple room. Then there will be the official opening of the new exhibition by artist Seema Kohli, a concert of Indian classical music by flute maestro Hariprasad Chaurasia, a bharata-natyam dance by Gaura Nataraja, and some tasty vegetarian refreshments. The program will finish around 19:30.

Born in 1960, Seema Kohli has created her own niche in the world of contemporary art since past 35 years.

Seema Kohli is a committed multidisciplinary artist from New Delhi, the capital of India, and is one of the most important art figures there. Poet and visionary, she explores with talent the themes of femininity, beauty, and spirituality.

The 81-year-old Indian classical flautist Hariprasad Chaurasia.

World-renowned Hariprasad Chaurasia is one of the greatest classical Indian flautists in the world. Decorated in India with the Padma Bhushan, the country’s third-highest civilian award, he is also an Officer of the Order of Oranje Nassau in the Netherlands.

Extraordinary Indian classical dancer Gaura Nataraj Das Furdak from Latvia.

Gaura Nataraja is from Latvia and is a dancer in the classical style of bharat-natyam. Accomplished and renowned, he has studied and performed all over the world for fifteen years.

The Château has a long history and now houses the spiritual communityRadhadesh Ardennes.

Radhadesh is a Hindu temple and spiritual community. Members of Radhadesh, which is part of the Hindu Forum of Belgium, are working with the Ministry of Justice to obtain official recognition for Hinduism in Belgium. Radhadesh is also an official tourist attraction recognised by the region of Wallonia.

Radhadesh’s open days are a valuable opportunity to learn about the culture of India in the popular Ardennes region of Belgium.