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  • Manipal Academy of Higher Education is organizing “TEDxMAHE 5.0 in collaboration with TEDx under the theme – “Unalome”

    Published on May 27, 2021

    Manipal: , Manipal Academy of Higher Education  is  organizing  the  fifth  edition of TEDxMAHE on May 30, 2021. The theme for this edition- ‘Unalome’, a symbol that represents the path to enlightenment. ‘Unalome’ instils a feeling of hope and abundance in anybody who is suffering, The symbol serves as a powerful reminder of the vital truth “to err is human” and that to keep trying is what will help individuals attain their goals. 

    The event will host eminent speakers like Deepak Pareek – Content Creator, Co-Founder, Career Keeda, Srinivasa Kumar N Acharya – Asst. Professor – MAHE, Centre Coordinator – Dvaita Philosophy Resource Centre, Mohammad Younus – Motivator, Life-skills catalyst, Career Coach, Peshwa Acharya – Senior CXO, Business Leader, Startup Mentor any many more who will be sharing valuable insights from their unique journeys. 

    The faculty mentor of the TEDxMAHE, Dr. Raghu Radhakrishnan, Director, International Collaborations deems it an honour to be advising teams led by Vatsal Khemani, a 3rd year student of Computer Science and Engineering who is the director and the lead organiser of TEDxMAHE.

    TEDx aims to inspire people with their local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TED Talks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection. TEDxMAHE platform strives to present the concept of TEDx – Ideas Worth Spreading and this year’s theme “Unalome” is a symbol that represents the path to enlightenment. Its spirals, lines, and dots are a concoction of life itself. The twists and turns represent the trials and tribulations that one inevitably finds oneself in throughout the journey of life. The straight lines depict the moments of peace and harmony, with the self and beyond, as one reaches ‘Nirvana.’ The dots at the end indicate ultimate enlightenment followed by death when the body, mind, and soul become one with the creation.


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