Nasat Anusha’s performance begins with a work based on a Vedic text from Nasadiya Sutra. This is the 129th verse from the tenth book of the Rig Veda. This book speculates on the origins of the cosmos through a series of paradoxical dialogues and theological questions rather than offering definitive answers. …perhaps it formed itself perhaps it did not the one who looks down on it in the highest heavens only he knows perhaps he does not This piece was first commissioned by the Alliance of Religions and Conservation, for ‘Many Heavens and One Earth’, an inter-faith summit at the Windsor Castle, celebrating ecology and faith.

Music created by Michael Ormiston
Lights and costume Vipul Sangoi


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