Did you know Ayurveda, a form of Indian medicine that has roots in ancient Sanskrit sources, shares some common ground with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)? Get ready to light up your curiosity and weekend in National Museum of Singapore’s first digital Deepavali experience! Spice it up with a unique musical performance and a lively exchange between an Ayurvedic practitioner and a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. Watch a Rangoli creation live online and wrap it up with a storytelling session about the Festival of Lights, all from the comfort of your homes! What’s more, it’s free admission for all to the museum galleries on November 7, 2020, in celebration of Deepavali. So gather your loved ones for a museum day out and see you there! Learn more at nhb.gov.sg/nationalmuseum/nmsdeepavali.
Celebrate Deepavali with National Museum of Singapore's first digital Deepavali experience and celebrate with spice and everything nice!
November 7-9, 2020 from 10:30am onwards.
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