A parable in one act based on “Bhagavad-Gita”
What happens if a simple modern citizen who thinks with his own head, who is not a monk, teacher, music lover or any other extremist, opens an old book for an unknown reason with a song playing in the background that is at least as old. The book happens to be a fundamental humanistic text, the oldest psychological war novel “Bhagavad-Gita”. And the song happens to be “The Garden”, one of the most beautiful pieces by Einstürzende Neubauten which tells a story about a garden, a gardener and four rivers which flow straight from Eden and supply water for the whole world.
Everything else is a modern illusion, a circus and a blissful innocents. Let’s meet by the weeping wall of Omniva.