The Sri Sri University is hosting its maiden cultural fest ORION 2014 – a quest for Brilliance, on the 27th and 28th of December. Orion is one of the most prominent and recognizable constellations in the sky, depicting seeking – of glory, adventures and spiritual growth. The Sri Sri University, aspires the same with their grounded roots and willingness to be a supernova.
Sri Sri University is one of the happiest campuses in India with a smoke-free, alcohol-free and drug free environment. They practice meditation, yoga and embrace Indian values which is reflected in everything they do. Sri Sri University offers a unique socio-academic culture through a modern pedagogy combined with the knowledge of life skills and the values instilled by The Art of Living Foundation. The Art of Living Foundation is 32 years old, with a global network spanning across 152 countries.
ORION ’14 endeavours to promote creative talent in the fest through a range of both online and offline competitions from dance to street plays, quiz to literary events, gaming to social media along with the innovative addition of Adventure sports and a soulful musical concert by Vikram Hazra – an international fusion vocalist and guitarist. The two-day mega event will have students from across the country participating from the Management as well as Non-Management institutes with an expected footfall over 4000 , making Sri Sri University the melting pot of cultural diversity and intellect.
Sri Sri University stands for a unique combination of Education and Spirituality – a blend of Western innovation with the spiritual values and wisdom of the East. The purpose of Sri Sri University, in words of H.H. Sri Sri Ravishankar is, “providing an education which embraces people of all the different cultures and traditions into one family. The University has witnessed three years of success since its initiation and now all set to move towards the stage of excellence and reach a new horizon. We believe Sri Sri University to be one of the happiest campuses of India, because the university has a stress-free environment and gives its students a capability to compete in the real world with a relatively higher Emotional and Spirituality Quotient.