Category Archives: Hobby
Quilling has become a popular hobby and the kits are commonly available in leading shops selling hobby materials. It is interesting to note that quilling is done with paper and a right tool. We thought it will help our enthusiasts to check out the basic quilling technique and few shapes used to make some marvelous designs in time for Christmas and New year decorations.
How to Make a Tight Coil
Book buffs around the country ought to be a happy lot right now. Amazon has launched its popular Kindle store in India. Now, readers can swap rupees for reads, as international bestsellers, classics and works by Indian and independent authors are a click and download away. Also, fledgling writers will now have access to Kindle Direct Publishing to showcase their work and find interested parties.
A photo may convey a message to you, it might roll back years and connect you to the past, evoking hidden feelings etched in your memory. Photographs are thus shot for sentimental reasons to practical concerns. To turn it into an emotive one, a certain amount of training is essential. To know about training programs happening at Konica labs by Mr. Dhamodharan and about him, read more..
A Splash expo was inaugurated in the city on Wednesday. With a vast showcase of ornamental varieties of fishes, the mega aqua show on showcase at Valluvarkottam was inaugurated by director Ameer. Walking in, the mood is set with the lively beats and opening lyrics of “Boom Boom Robo-da,” coming through a life-size Rajinikanth. The Superstar has been modelled (big guns in hand) after a popular scene from Endhiran. Now, the actor may have no connection to marine world, but the appearance did make the biggest ‘splash’ of all.
In a world where children are spoilt for choice with new and exciting products, services and experiences, equity among children is the next challenge. Providing access for differently-abled children to integrate them as closely as possible with the mainstream is a Himalayan effort in itself, and taking the right step forward is the Creative Resource Centre (CRC) housed within the Hippocampus Children’s Library in Chennai.
I visited Storyrevolution.in and found the love of books running in the site. For a reader, the reviews and a brief idea about the book and the age group matters before attempting to buy a book. And used books are always a better option for book aficionado and people who have scoured waste paper marts and second-hand book shops will understand this better. We want to appreciate this effort at a time when children are addicted to their phones and tablets and not going to libraries, and the initiative by Angela Jain and Shalini Sekhar trying to change this.
July is the right month to plant seeds in your kitchen garden, say experts in the state agriculture department.
The department has designed a training programme for homemakers and entrepreneurs to set up kitchen gardens in apartments, rooftops and empty spaces wherein they can learn in easy steps how to grow organic food without too much investments.
Sixty people have already registered for this one-day training which will be given Wednesday at the Information and Training Centre (ITC) premises of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU), Anna Nagar.
She was like any other homemaker till she happened to see an advertisement that called for volunteers to assist visually challenged students. Ms Padmavathy Anand resigned the Central government job to take care of her two children.
But after a few years when the kids were able to manage their own, Padmavathy decided to do her bit to society and volunteered as a scribe and a reader for visually impaired students. “I joined Prerana Helpline Foundation that works for the visually challenged students. It has been eight years now and all the students have become my good friends.
The city’s long wait to have a separate docking facility for pleasure boats might happen soon. The Chennai port trust (CPT) is currently exploring possibilities of building a temporary marina, which will be a port basin that has docks, moorings, supplies and other facilities for small boats and yachts.
With the onset of summer and the schools being shut for vacation, Art n Soul, an activity centre for kids, brings you an exclusive programme that deals with activities from painting, fashion designing to yoga and games.
A one-of-a-kind experiential workshop , The Sunshine Express, organised by Art n Soul, will enable children to have a multitude of experiences under one roof. Each session is chosen and designed to bring about a lasting change in the child’s life.