Thursday 10 October 2019 3:58 AM UTC
By A Staff Reporter
LONDON Oct 10: Romanticizing the past (real or imaginary) is not unusual with human beings. It could be based on your relationships, beliefs and culture. NRIs in particular feel nostalgic about their past.
Do you feel nostalgic about your past and often romanticize it? Why does the human brain get addicted to this? Nostalgia is often a welcome and comfortable feeling and is considered to play a role in our mental well being.
But is it just that and is it really as innocent as we think it is? We often romanticize nostalgia and its effects on social and political scene largely goes unnoticed.
Dr C Vishwanathan, a noted free thinker from India, will be doing a rational analysis on Nostalgia and will be sharing his thoughts about the changes to the notion of Nostalgia over the course of the past 200 years and how it invisibly shapes our life.
This presentation by Dr C Vishwanathan is jointly hosted by United Rationalists of the United Kingdom (URUK) and Malayalee Association of UK’s art wing Coffee and Poetry (Kattan Kappiyum Kavithayum) on Friday Oct 25 from 18:30 to 21:30 at the Kerala House, 671 Romford Road London E12 5AD.
The presentation will be followed by Question and Answer session too for the attendees.
For further details contact 07874002934 or 07702873539
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