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Welcome to QR Codes, Kauai Style

Today the first QR Code was installed in Siva's Sacred Garden. For several years we have plotted and planned to do this, and now it has begun. Our plan is to have a QR Code at each major place in the monastery, to inform visitors (when they start returning, since today Hawaii announced a complete quarantine starting March 26).

This one is placed at the Silpi Bronze Pavilion. If you use your mobile to scan the third slide in this post, you will be immediately swept into the silpi world on the wings of a 2 minute video (thank you Rajkumar for your editing help).

The idea is that even though the bronzes tell the visual story of how Iraivan is being sculpted, it is missing that musical sound of their chip, chip, chip. Now visitors standing at the pavilion can experience the sounds of creation.

Aum Namasivaya!

2 Responses to “Welcome to QR Codes, Kauai Style”

  1. GAYATRI RAJAN says:

    It’s remarkable how we keep thinking Kauai Aadheenam and San Marga couldn’t get better, couldn’t be more perfect and complete…but then some wonderful new increment is added that elevates it to yet a higher level. What a gift and a privilege to be a part of this extraordinary process! Thank you again and again.
    Jai Kailasa Paramparai!
    Jai Nandinatha Samprdaya!



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