Sri Chinmoy plays the piano as part of a concert in Valletta, Malta in 1991, concluding with his final meditation. Filmed by kedarvideo.
In April 1994 Sri Chinmoy celebrated the 100th birthday of his mother Yogamaya with a week-long celebration including many meditations and talks. This meditation took place on April 9 while the Bhajan Singers were performing.
Sri Chinmoy also spoke to his disciples and emphasized on divine manifestation as major role of a seeker. Both videos were filmed in the New York meditation Center in Jamaica, Queens.
To mark the 100th Anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia in 1918, members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre offered three special concerts dedicated to the friendship between the Czech and Slovak Republics. The tour began with a concert in Zlin on 15th November. The second concert was held at Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav Theatre in Bratislava on 16th November. The following day on the 17th November, the final concert was offered at Dvorak Hall, Rudolfinum in Prague. The 17th of November is also a significant date in Czech/Slovak history as it marks the ‘Velvet Revolution’ and the end of Communist rule. The concerts contained performances from four different musical groups, along with a video projection of one of Sri Chinmoy’s own Peace Concerts. The performers included Alap and Lucas on flute and duduk; the sitar-tabla-tanpura trio of Kanala, Sadananda and Ushika; and Shamita and Bhoiravi from Austria on strings. The finale was the international Sahadeva Ensemble, with over 60 members.