Multi-Media Presentation: - Movie - Changing Bodies / Journey of the Soul
Changing Bodies/ Reincarnation: The most popular exhibit Festival of India offers is the startling diorama showing the growth, maturation, dwindling, and eventual disappearance of life in one cycle of what is called 'samsara' or transmigration of the living force from one body to another. This is truly an instant eye and intellect catcher.
Vegetarianism, The Higher Taste: Boldly presenting the health, economic, and ethical benefits of vegetarian cultures and diets. The dramatic contrasts to livestock and animal slaughter industries, and undeniable data and statistics bring home the vital message of the immediate need for reevaluating life styles that ignore the value of life itself.
Food For Life: Outlining international food relief efforts, this presentation tells absolute success stories. From poverty stricken third world countries to war torn scenes of destruction to affluent urban areas' needy such as the aged and homeless, Food For Life Global fills the emptiness in all respects.
Illustrated Bhagavad Gita: Pages of the 5000 year old classic are enlarged and enhanced with photographs and paintings to greet the inquisitive with the highly revered conclusions of the most comprehensive presentation on yoga ever published
The Bhagavad-gita ("song of God"):the famous conversation between the peerless warrior Arjuna and the Supreme Being, Krishna—posing as Arjuna’s charioteer—at the onset of the battle of Kurukshetra, circa 3200 B.C. Krishna explains all the essential spiritual truths: the difference between the soul and the body, the difference between the soul and the Supreme Soul (God), the science of reincarnation, the nature of time, the ultimate goal of yoga, why different kinds of religion appeal to different kinds of people, and the ultimate purpose of human life.
India - Another World: Exquisite photos of the architecture, art, and cultural and natural phenomenon that proves India to certainly be 'another world'.
Transcendental Art: It is said that 'one picture is worth a thousand words', in the case of these works of artistry, each piece represents a literal volume of supernatural narratives.