Today we took a tour to learn about Albert Einstein’s life in Princeton. Check some pics out!
photos by Daiane
Today, March 26,2015, our friend Romina gave us a presentation about her country, Iran. She talked about its geography, history, architecture, food, and natural environment. Some in the audience asked about Iran’s relationship with surrounding countries and with various other ethnic groups. It was very interesting. We learned much about Iran.
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DIWALI at the CHAPELSaturday, November 8 | 7pmUniversity Chapel
Princeton UniversityPlease join us for our biggest and most joyous celebration of the year. The event — a worship service in the historic and sacred space of the University Chapel — features devotional music and dance, aarti, and spiritual reflection. We are delighted to be joined, once again, by our very special guests The Mayapuris.The event is free and open to all.No formal RSVP is required. Please note that the event is family-friendly and open to guests of all ages, but parents with small children may need to leave the Chapel if their little ones become noisy. Food and drink is also strictly prohibited in the Chapel. Thank you for your cooperation.
Free parking is available in Lot 10, 10A, or Lot 13 (all on William Street, off of Washington Road), and from there it is a short walk to the Chapel.sponsored by the Princeton University Office of Religious Life Hindu Life Program and the Princeton Hindu Satsangam