by - Zubin Daver Each one of us has at some point of time littered, spat, or has done something that has in some way harmed the very environment we live in, and after doing this have also complained about how dirty the place is, a fact which cannot be denied. Celebrating festivals to name a [...]
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Pictures taken on the 1st Day
Even as the city ends it’s celebrations of the Ganeshotsav
The mood at the Visarjan Ghat today is palpitating, throbbing with energy,devotion and faith. The volunteers and the police are working hand to hand is cordoning and ensuring that the traffic movement and the visarjan procession moves as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Here I catch up with Suman Basu for a short interview to [...]
Here are some pictures of Dahi-Handi festival
Here is a short interview with volunteers of the NGO “Ranphul”. They deliver in mumbai, and even come to your house to custom design “rangoli” and decorations. To order eco ganesha’s , contact this NGO called “Ranphulll” means “Wild flower. It provides employment and sustenance to women. email is firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 9967154267 Name Sujata Chouwdhary.
With just a month and a half away from the city’s most celebrated Ganesha festival, the NGO Young Environmentalists Programme trust is taking no chances in leaving any stones
Yesterday was Anando Mela at the Sarvjanin Durgotsav 2011
Here are is a brief video, where I talk to the Shree Ayappa Temple management, they talk about mythology behind Onam and also how Shree Ayappa Temple came in to being at Powai .
The pictures are coming late, as I couldn’t capture the dahi handi utsav at Hiranandani gardens, as i was busy, but I found a Facebook friend had posted some good pictures.
Naga Panchami was celebrated with religious fervor at Panch Kutir’s Sri Mahashesha Rundamalini temple (Survarna Temple), located at Powai, on Sunday August 04 2011.
Mrs Chaitali Gupta is one of the pioneers in advocating the use of Eco-Ganpati made out of Clay, She has through her NGO Ankan, trained 100″s of underpriviledged woman skills which has made these woman self reliant. She held a workshop at Powai Lake where she taught us how to make a Eco-friendly Ganpati with clay [...]
The Powai Sindhi Association Celebrated Lohri at Norita grounds in Hiranandani Powai. There was free food coupons given out, the food was delicious Sindhi Style with Aloo tikki with Chana, Somosa Chat, Gulab Jamun, Dahi Vade and Coffee. Powai Sindhi as well non Sindhi’s turned out in large number. Lohri, is celebrated every year on [...]
By Elsie Gabriel “Chhath Puja”, the biggest festival of the Poorvanchali was celebrated on Friday with traditional enthusiasm and fervour as the devotees prepare to go to Powai lake to offer prayers to the setting sun in the evening. A main festival in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand, Chhath denotes the number six and thus [...]
Noise pollution is one of the emerging threats to health in modern era. The ill effects of acute and chronic exposure to loud noise are well known to doctors and scientists but the ordinary citizen in India is largely ignorant about it.
Celebrity singer had a blast at the Hiranandani dandiya at Powai on the 13th of October. Just having returned from the CWG performance did not deter him from performing, and dancing and sending the crowds crazy with his “Chappa Chappa Chale” number!