What’s happening? The Bhagavad Gita is a 700 verse Sanskrit poem – the best known and most translated Hindu text. The narrative is set in a dialogue between the prince Arjuna and his charioteer Lord Krishna. We will be visiting to listen to members of ISKCON Wales in Cardiff introduce the Bhavagad Gita in Sanskrit.
What’s happening? The artist Glyn Pooley has painted an art trail through the Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales, visiting ancient churches to reflect on the peace that can be found in these quiet backwaters. The exhibition is now in the church at Llantwit Major and I’ll be visiting on the final day of the
In 2017 Landscape of Faith’s Richard Parry led The Eden project’s Great Big Walk through Wales. Richard joins this Eden Project event in Cardiff to talk about how community development continues to grow through the Landscapes Of Faith project and opportunities for communities to take part in the treasure hunt.
Beth sy’n digwydd? Mae prosiect Tirweddau Ffydd yn teithio i’r Fforwm Addoldai Hanesyddol yn Sir Ddinbych, Gogledd Cymru, i rannu newyddion am sut mae’r prosiect yn datblygu gogwydd Cymreig ar “dwristiaeth ffydd”. Mae Llywodraeth Cymru yn un o’r ychydig lywodraethau ar draws y byd i fod â Chynllun Gweithredu Twristiaeth Ffydd (2013). Ers 2016 mae’r
What’s happening? We’re meeting up with a leading Muslim scholar Dr Abdul-Azim Amed from Cardiff University’s School of History, Archaeology and Religion, to discover more about the history of Islam in Wales. Starting with a walk down Bute Street in Cardiff we’ll find out how the history of Muslims in Wales reaches back to the
What’s happening? We’re going to see one of Wales’ most astonishing exports – the piquant music experience Bragod. Mary-Anne Roberts and Bob Evans perform as Bragod, the only music group in the world giving audiences access to a medieval sound world of Welsh ritual music and poetry from the 6th century to Welsh song of the