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Sept 26: Atlas Meet in Delhi for those interested in Ayn Rand's ideas
Liberty Institute, India Saturday, September 26, 2009

The third Atlas Meet in Delhi is scheduled for Sept 26, 2009, at 4.30 pm, at the inlingua International School of Languages, in South Extension I, New Delhi. Any one interested in savouring the ideas of Ayn Rand, meeting others who share a similar interest, and exploring ways of spreading the ideas are welcome.

The 3rd Monthly Atlas Meet in Delhi

Date: 26th September 2009

Time: 4.30 pm - 7.45 pm

The Agenda

4.30 pm - 6 pm: Savor Ayn Rand's philosophy and study her ideas. Two separate discussions are planned for this session. Details will be posted soon.

6 pm - 6.30 pm: Tea and snacks break. Those interested in coming in only for the second session, are free to arrive during this time.

6.30 pm - 7.45 pm: Discussion on ways to spread Ayn Rand's ideas amongst students.

The Venue: inlingua International School of Languages, N-12, first floor, South Ex - I, (near the Andrews Ganj flyover, on Rring Road, above the Mahindra automobile showroom)
This is an open meeting - anyone interested in Ayn Rand's ideas is welcome. If you're planning to attend, please email at <info[AT]aynrand.in>.

Proposing a new structure

We have introduced some changes in our structure this time to offer participants more flexibility. If you've been regular with our updates, you would know that there are two parts to our meeting - 'savor & study' and 'spreading the initiative'. This time we will keep each part distinctly separate from the other and limit each to 1 hour and 15 minutes, with a long break in-between. The idea is to give the participants the freedom to attend only one or the other session, depending on their interests, and convenience. Of course, you are free to attend both if you're interested!

Also, this time we are planning to experiment with having two simultaneous discussions during the 'savor & study' session, so that we can accommodate a wider range of interests. Once again, you can choose the one that interests you more. Some of the issues that were suggested at the last Atlas Meet, are posted here.
Please visit the Ayn Rand - India blog, and share your thoughts.
You are also welcome to join the Egroup: AynRandIndia[AT]Googlegroups.com, and engage in the discussions.

This article was published in the Liberty Institute on Saturday, September 26, 2009.
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