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Journey of the soul

Journey  of the soul
Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre Inaugurated the painting exhibition From Yamuna to Babba- Myths and Legends from India and Hungary by Rozália Hummel (Srimati Radhika Priya) on  11 November at Hungarian Information and Culture Centre’s Gallery. The show will be opened by the Chief-Guest,  Satya Vrat Shastri, Chairman, Sanskrit Commission.

The artist began her artistic career in 1979, in France and moved to India for the first time in 1981. Since then, she has been a consistent visitor to the country, a keen spiritual learner and discovered Indian Art and philosophy. ‘I was only interested in painting what my deepest inspiration told me to do. And the eternal quest vibrated in my soul about Eternity, Love and how to live these emotions in everyday life,’ says Rozália. Her ideology is to introduce the cosmic body of the Great River Yamuna, Goddess of North India, and Babba Mária (also named Magari Babba), the Mother Goddess of Central Europe.

She is currently working with Sarasvati Academy to promote the Vedic Culture for harmony in the World and encourage the modern woman’s creativity. For her this exhibition, would allow one to see within themselves and be conscious about what he/she perceive from the outside world, giving a hope to get full harmony of the body, mind and soul.

Where : Gallery, Hungarian Information and Culture Centre
When: On till 28 November
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