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Playlist of the Week – Classical Classics (Part 1)

Friday, November 8th, 2019

Sometimes you just need to zone out, and we totally feel you. And you know what is the perfect accompaniment to zoning out? Western Classical music. The intricacies, the haunting beauty, the highs and lows, and the fact that there is absolutely no pressure to sing along, because well, there are no lyrics.

 

1. Swan Lake – Tchaikovsky

Sweeping motions, and the pure bliss that is Tchaikovsky.

Swan Lake

 

2. Fur Elise – Beethoven

Classical classic is a bit of an understatement with this one. EVERYONE knows it.

Fur Elise

 

3. Four Seasons – Vivaldi

Though technically these are four separate songs that have been combined, one for each season, each is a delight to listen to on its own. But if you’re looking for a bright happy tune, start with Spring.

Four Seasons

 

4. Waltz Of The Flowers – Tchaikovsky

From the famous Nutcracker Suite, this one is also an eternal favorite.

Waltz of the Flowers

 

5. Polka Italienna – Rachmaninoff

Fun to listen to, and fun to watch. Definitely one to tap your feet to.

Polka Italienne

 

Happy Listening!

 

Got Some Spare Time?

Wednesday, November 6th, 2019

No matter how busy our schedules, you’d be surprised how much of time you can find in little hidden pockets if you really pay attention. A half hour here, and hour there, and you’ll find a few hours that were playing hide-n-seek with you every single day. How do you find them? Pretty simple! Just write down what you do all day in a breakdown of hours (or better yet, half hours). Let’s say you get up at 7 am every morning, and sleep around 11 pm each night, write down your office timings, your travel times, your getting ready in the morning and meal times, and figure out just how much spare time you have left in the rest of the day. You’ll probably average about 2-3 hours every day at the very least. If you’re lucky, it might even go up to 4 or 5 hours (though that’ll probably be rare). Our point being, if you take those hours, and focus even one of those hours every day, you could do so much with it. Like what, you may be wondering. Well, that’s where we come in.

Here are some great ideas as to what you can do with one hour every single day and an internet connection (and maybe some tools, depending on what you plan on doing).

 

1. Learn a language

The world is way bigger than you can imagine it to be, and each country, and sometimes each state, comes with either its own language, or even its own dialect. With options from apps to online websites, to even books and audio recordings, the methodology options are as varied as the options as to which language you can start with first.

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Image Source – Irish Times

 

2. Take a course

You’ll be surprised to learn how many global universities offer online courses, and the pure plethora of course options that exist. Whether you want to learn management, gardening, or music theory, it doesn’t matter where your interest lies, you will definitely find courses that suit what you’re looking for. While some websites offer courses that you have to pay, there are endless options for free courses, many from some of the top universities (even Harvard has an online university option with free courses that you can register for). Time to go on the hunt, no?

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Image Source – The Dimension’s Edge

 

3. Learn an instrument

Ok, we agree, this will require that you either buy, rent, or borrow the instrument in question, but still, if this is what you’ve always wanted to do, why not? Who said time is the only thing you can invest in your interests. You’ll find numerous options to learn whichever instrument you want (even singing), and all you have to do is put in the time and practice, practice, practice. Piano, guitar, violin, cello, ukulele, harp, water glasses, djembe, the options are absolutely endless!

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Image Source – msretailer.com

 

4. Pick up crafting

It might be considered only a “hobby”, but if it brings you happiness and peace of mind, it’s totally a worthwhile way to spend your time. And there are so many options within crafting too. And if you do it often enough, it can even turn into a nice little side business (in some cases, people have gone on to leave their jobs to pursue their so-called “hobbies” full time, as they had turned into such a revenue generator). You never know. So whether you’re into painting, quilling, miniature creation, jewelry making, or even origami, go for it!

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Image Source – Relentlessly Purple

 

5. Take up a freelance job

Ok, so we admit, this is probably suited to those who have 4 or more hours free each day, otherwise you probably just want to Netflix and chill after a certain point. But seriously, there are so many part-time job options available online that don’t even require much time, and the extra pay ain’t all bad either. Whether you’re translating documents, proofreading student assignments, creating graphic designs, or tutoring online, the options are pretty endless.

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Image Source – Freedom Lifestyle Today

 

All the best to learning something new!

DIY of the Week – Twine Lanterns

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

The greatest way to start the week is with a dose of creativity. We firmly believe this, and we’ll keep harping on it till you do too! Why? Because getting your hands dirty and then finally enjoying something you made yourself sitting on a table, or hanging from the ceiling is totally worth it. And this next one is a great one to do too. It’s messy, but totally worth the time and effort to clean up, and if you’ve got a garden, there couldn’t be anything more perfect for it!

 

What You Need:

1. Twine rope

2. 4-5 balloons

3. Newspaper

4. School liquid glue

5. 1/4 cup warm water

6. 1/2 cup corn starch

7. Petroleum jelly

8. Fairy lights

9. Container for mixing ingredients

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Image source – Amazon

 

 

What To Do:

Step 1

Blow up the balloons to the size you want your lanterns to be.

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Image source – DIY Garden

 

Step 2

Lay out a thick layer of newspaper on your work space (keep in mind, it’s going to get dirty and icky). Keep in mind that it should be in a place where you can hang your lanterns to dry, without touching each other or anything else. Once done, cover the balloons with petroleum jelly (use plastic gloves to reduce mess if you want).

 

Step 3

Mix the glue, warm water and cornstarch in the container. Keep mixing till there are no lumps in the mixture. Dip the twine in the mixture till it is fully coated, then start draping it around the balloon.

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Image source – DIY Garden

 

Step 4

Ideally, if you work vertically, then horizontally. Once wrapped in a design and fashion you’re happy with, hang it to dry. Leave for 24 hours at least.

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Image source – Ruffled Blog

 

Step 5

Once dry, pop the balloons and your lamps are ready!

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Image source – Pinterest

 

Step 6 (optional)

You can spray paint the lamps to a color of your choice. (Don’t forget to let them dry out completely).

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Image source – Sallygoodin

 

Step 7 

Insert a string of fairy lights into the lamps, and there you go!

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Image source – Instructables

 

Happy crafting!

5 Easy Steps to a Cleaner Home!

Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

Ever since childhood, our mother’s voice has been pretty incessant in telling us to clean our room. Now that adulthood is upon us, it seems we have to carry on in regards not only to our bedrooms, but the rest of our home too. Who ever said that adulting was easy?

If cleaning is not your cup of tea, then here’s a great checklist to follow to keep your home looking as clean as possible, without putting in too much of effort (after all, who wants that?)

 

1. Make the bed!

Your mom was right. Though we might hate to admit it, just taking a minute to sort out your bedsheets in the morning instantly makes your bedroom look more organized and put together.

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Image source – Welldoing

 

2. Divide and conquer

Whether you live with family or roommates, the more the people, the more the mess potential. So, do the responsible thing. Divide the chores for around the house among everyone that lives there. Whether you all decide on static chores, where one person is permanently responsible for dishes, while another for brooming and mopping, or decide to create a chore chart where you all rotate duties, find a system that works and work it.

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Image source – Verywell mind

 

3. Declutter

Pick one day every month for a routine decluttering. Do a quick sweep around every single room in the house, and throw out anything that hasn’t been used in the past three months (except for seasonal things of course. You definitely want to keep that umbrella around.)

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Image source – Simple Living Country Gal

 

4. Keep that hall clean!

Unexpected guests are bound to happen, especially if you live in India. So as not be caught off guard and embarrassed, make sure to always keep that hall clean. A quick sweep of the hall before heading out every morning, and as soon as you get home from work every evening is an easy habit to make, and even easier to keep.

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Image source – Viahouse.com

 

5. Get a laundry basket!

It sounds ridiculously simple, but it’s a game changer. Having a dedicated space for every one’s dirty laundry to go as soon as they get home and change can seem like it won’t really matter, but it is a great habit for every person to have, and it also means that dirty, smelly clothes won’t get randomly willy-nilly around various bedroom floors. (A plus point for whoever is tasked with laundry is that they just have to tip the clothes over into the machine on the day, without having to gather the clothes up in their hands. Trust us, they’ll definitely be thanking you for that basket then!)

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Image source – potterybarn.com

 

We’ve given you the steps to follow, but walking the path is all up to you. May you walk strong and steady!

It’s World Kindness Day!

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

13th November is celebrated as World Kindness Day every year across several countries, including India. Started way back in 1998, it’s a day to remind us that a little extra kindness to those around us is never a small thing, especially for the person on the receiving end.

So, what can you possibly do to make the world a kinder place? Here are some suggestions:

 

1. Volunteer

It’s often said that the greatest gift you can ever give someone is your time. Make a pact to volunteer at a charity or NGO, hospital or old age home, or even an animal shelter. Find something that speaks to your heart and get out there and spread some happiness. If you can do it regularly, like once a week, that’s great! If not, once a month is good too. But do get out there. It might not make a big difference to you, but trust us when we say, it’s going to be a bright spot in the day for whoever you spend it with.

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Image Source – kccasa

 

2. Donate

No one is speaking of sending out millions to NGOs if you can’t afford it, but even a small amount earmarked for a charity cause every month makes a huge difference in the world. Find a cause or two that resonate with you, do some basic research on the institution you would like to support. And you can even claim a tax benefit if the charity or NGO you donate to is registered. Talk about win-win!

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Image Source – taxjustice

 

3. Keep your eyes open (and help!)

Remember that old man who was having trouble crossing the street alone you saw a week ago? Or that rickshaw driver who seemed to have exhausted his petrol and was pushing his rickshaw along all alone? Why didn’t you help out? In our daily rush to get to work/college and then our rush to get back home, have we become desensitized to such an extent that we don’t even see each other in the blur? In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, ‘Be the change you want to see’. A small deed goes a long way.

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Image Source – Goodnet.org

 

4. Compliment people

This is truly one of our favorites. Whether it’s for friends and family, or strangers, every single person immediately feels better after being complimented. Maybe your sister’s dress is nice. Maybe that strangers hairstyle is cool. Maybe your coworker did a great job in that meeting today. Tell people! There’s just not enough of that in the world. Be the change agent to making it a kinder place.

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Image Source – Ty Bennett

 

5. Smile

Really. Sometimes that’s all it takes. A random smile from a random stranger can truly go a long way in brightening someone’s day. Especially since you don’t know what kind of they had, or what struggles they might be dealing with. You never know, your smile might actually be the bright spot of their day. Doesn’t just that possibility sound wonderful. Make your smile, and it’s ability to improve someone’s day, your superpower.

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Image Source – The Weekly Sparkle

 

And always remember – the more you give (whether in funds, supplies, or time), the more you get. You will be the happier for it.

Have a happy and kind day!

DIY of the Week – Tangle-Free Earphones

Monday, November 12th, 2018

We love listening to music, and we know you do too! And while you’ll never see any of us travelling without our trusty earphones, we can all agree that they can be a real pain to dig out of a bag, only to have to spend 5 minutes just untangling them.

But what if we told you that you no longer needed to worry about ever having to untangle your earphones ever again!! (And no, the solution is not to just stop using them. We would never suggest that.)

With a little bit of embroidery thread, some patience, not only get to completely customize those earphones, but you also never have to struggle with ‘The Great Untangling Mess’ again! (Well, at least until you change your earphones.)

 

What you need:

1. Your favorite pair of earphones (you can also do this with headphone or even charger wires)

2. Measuring tape or a ruler

3. Embroidery thread in the colors or shades you prefer (read Step 1 and Pro Tip at the end before purchasing)

4. Tape

5. Clear nail polish (optional, but suggested)

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Image Source – Fashionlush

 

What to do:

Step 1

Measure the length of the entire wire, ensuring that you count each end of the earphones separately. Take at least three times the length of wire measured for each color/shade of thread.

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Image Source – Refinery29

 

Step 2

Tape one ear bud, or the end plug to a table’s edge so that it doesn’t shift, leaving both hands free for handling the thread. Select the thread colors you wish to use to create your design (you can use from 2 to 4 complementary or contrasting colors, or even use several shades of the same color). Tie one end of each of the selected threads on the wire and push it all the way to the edge, to ensure a tight weave.

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Image Source – wikiHow

 

Step 3

Once ready, fan out the wire and threads from the knot, and taking the first color (placed on the left side), lay it loosely across the wire and other threads, taking it towards the right side, then loop it around them as a bunch, finally bringing it back to the left side by pulling it through the loop created between the starting point and the wire and threads you went around. Keep repeating this with the same thread until you achieve the desired length, before changing colors/shades. To change, simply pull the desired next color’s thread to the extreme left and then begin with that color. Don’t loose patience. It’ll be slow going for the first few knots, but your hands will eventually pick up their own rhythm and speed.

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Image source – Pinterest

 

Step 4

Once finished, tie off the ends real tight. Make sure that you have taken the knots to the extreme end, to ensure that the weave doesn’t loose tightness.

 

Step 5

Using clear nail polish, lightly coat the end knots to seal them, so that threads don’t fray or the knots don’t loosen. This will help with ensuring that your weave doesn’t unravel.

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Image source – Sarah Skeen

 

And voila! You no longer have to untangle your earphone wires ever again!

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Image source – campingplatz

 

Pro Tip 1:

Instead of using several colors or shades, and alternating between them at regular intervals, you can easily use variegated thread (single thread that has 2 or more colors mixed in) for a cool and effortless design.

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Image source – ausbeta.com

 

Pro Tip 2:

If you want to add a little extra glam to your earphones, you can thread in small charms at regular intervals.

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Image source – AliExpress

 

Happy Listening!

DIY of the Week – Paint Your Own Diyas

Wednesday, November 7th, 2018

Here’s wishing you all a very Happy Diwali from all of us at NSPA!!

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Image Source – Beauty Tips

For this week’s DIY of the project, we’re going to be hand-painting our diyas to jazz and glam them up, right in time for tonight’s festivities. So, without further ado, let’s get started.

 

What you need:

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Image Source – BaazKart

1. Diyas (plain ones are fine, but get self design ones if you want to go the extra mile)

2. Paintbrushes (1 thick one for painting the base, 1 thin one for designing)

3. Paints (pearl color shades will really pop as they have a metallic shine to them)

4. Gem stickers (optional)

 

What to do:

Step 1

Once you’ve bought the diyas, put them in a clean bucket and soak for a minimum of 20 minutes. This will help dislodge any dirt or loose clay, ensuring a smooth paint job.

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Image Source – YouTube

 

Step 2

Lay them out over an old newspaper to dry. You’ll get quick results by putting them in direct sunlight, but if that’s not an option, put them under the fan at full speed. If you’re really short on time, you can always use a hairdryer.

 

Step 3

Pick a color for the base, and paint the entire bottom section of the diya, leaving it upside down to dry. Repeat for all diyas.

 

Step 4

Now paint the front portions of the diya. If there is no design, you can paint them in plain colors, with maybe a contrasting color for the rims, or even create your own designs, like in the picture below.

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Image Source – YouTube

 

Step 5

This step is optional, but if you want to add some extra pizzazz to your diya, you can use colored gem stickers and stick them in a few spots coordinating with the design of the diya. This will give a bit of additional sparkle to your final design.

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Image Source – Shop – Home Marrow

 

Happy Diwali everyone!!

Top QTube Events for the Week (Nov 4-11)

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

It’s the week where everything is lit up and bright! With the Diwali holidays just around the corner, it’s a time for happy times, hugs, and family. So here’s wishing you all a great week!

 

Bright Talent

What will be covered in the workshop:
1) Using your imagination to describe mundane and simplementation activities
2) Copywriting and how it can dimensions and a systematic way of thinking
3) Comprehension with a newspaper article
4) Making a bookmark with your favourite proverb
5) Concluding with a short meditation
Please send the kids with a positive frame of mind and a notebook with a pen/pencil!

Date: 4 November 2018

Time: 5 pm to 7 pm

Entry: Rs. 700/-

 

That Was Funny

A Specially Curated Line Up of some SUPER COMICS, who will guarantee an evening full of laughter and EMI-Forgetting-Fun! Just be above 16 years of age and be there on time! You get your friends and family… We Get the Funny! A show whhich will keep you coming back for more! See You There!

Date: 5 November 2018

Time: 7 pm to 9:45 pm

Entry: FREE

 

World Art Branding Conclave

We are conducting this workshop for the fine artists on how to handle customer on social media, phone calls, exhibitions and how to create a lasting impact on the clients and at the same time induce them to contact you for Art.

Date: 9 November 2018

Time: 11 am to 7 pm

Entry: Rs. 1000/-

 

The Thought Foundation

Program CoRe (Corporate Ready).
Coaching program for students to:
1) Build a stronger mindset,
2) Face and Ace the corporate hiring process.
3) Learn the techniques to make your mark in GD and PI

www.thethoughtfoundation.com

Date: 10 November 2018

Time: 11:30 am to 3 pm

Entry: Rs. 599/-

 

Serene Hour

Our Focus :
1. Achieving career goals
2. Fundamental skills for success in life
3. To make right career decisions
4. Career advice
Registration fees INR 500/- Materials shall be provided. Call Mariyah-9152296313 Entry with prior registrations only

Date: 10 November 2018

Time: 4 pm to 7 pm

Entry: Rs. 500/-

 

Empire Educare

Learn how to create engaging, trending videos for your business or self to achieve growth and profit.
Understand what goes behind the scenes and how you can take a pie of this ever growing online world.

Date: 11 November 2018

Time: 11 am to 1:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Songbound

Songbound Bi-Annual Training cum Worshop
Workshop cum Training programme targeted at a select group of volunteers called Choir Leaders. Organised by Programme Manager -Maureen Pereira supported by Operations Manager Melisia Pereira. Supported by the Songbound UK team

Date: 11 November 2018

Time: 1:45 pm to 5:15 pm

Entry: FREE

 

The Thought Foundation

Program CoRe (Corporate Ready). Coaching program for students to:
1) Build a stronger mindset,
2) Face and Ace the corporate hiring process.
3) Learn the techniques to make your mark in GD and PI

Date: 11 November 2018

Time: 6 pm to 9 pm

Entry: Rs. 599/-

 

Have a great week and Happy Holidays!

QTube Events for the Week (Oct 29-Nov 4)

Thursday, October 25th, 2018

“Knock Knock”

“Who’s there?”

“Owls”

“Owls who?”

“Yeah, they do”

 

Now that we’ve started your week off with a bad joke, the good news is that your week can only get better from here! So here’s to happy, if silly, week!

 

Dr. Rahul Sharma (AGEAC)

THE YOGA OF THE SLEEP – Dreams have orientated life of great men and women of all times.They can also orientate your life. You will learn an easy technique to remember all your oneiric experiences and afterwards tou will learn to interpret those experiences correctly. web- www.ageac.org/en or ph-9868453843

Date: 30 October 2018

Time: 6 pm to 8 pm

Entry: FREE

 

World Art Branding Conclave

This Workshop is called “HOW TO USE AND BRAND YOUR ARTWORKS ON SOCIAL MEDIA”. In this Special session, We will share Strategies, Principles, and Procedures that successful artists use to brand themselves on social media, & You will also learn a Step by Step process of how to create a successful professional artistic social media pages.

Date: 2 November 2018

Time: 11 am to 7 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Humm-Drum

#Find Your Inner Rhythm – Come! Drum! Come explore the power of Rhythm Therapy. Very effective with depression, anxiety, anger, ADHD. Exploring Rhythm therapeutically has shown to be very effective with treating PTSD, and dealing with the other effects of trauma and abuse. The ticket price is a suggested contribution only.

Date: 3 November 2018

Time: 11 am to 1:30 pm

Entry: Rs. 725/-

 

Irshaad

Irshaad – 17th Poetry Open Mic. No Entry Charges!! Free & open for all. Any Language…Any Genre…We are all ears :) BUT! Specifically – NO Bad Words or Hate Speech would be tolerated.

Date: 3 November 2018

Time: 4 pm to 9:45 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Empire Educare

Boost Your Business with YouTube, Udemy, Skillshare etc. Learn how to create engaging, trending videos for your business or self to achieve growth and profit. Understand what goes behind the scenes and how you can take a pie of this ever growing online world.

Date: 4 November 2018

Time: 11 am to 1:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Artbeats

The workshop aims to introduce basic strokes, techniques and make everyone enjoy brush lettering. Brush lettering is so on trend right now and we’re so excited to bring you this workshop. We’ll teach you from basic to advance level techniques just bring your creative self and let’s have lettering party.

Date: 4 November 2018

Time: 2 pm to 6:30 pm

Entry: Rs. 1500

 

Have a great week!

Top QTube Events for the Week (Oct 22-28)

Thursday, October 18th, 2018

Challenges and breakthroughs, highs and lows, good days and bad. No two days are the same, and certainly no two phases of life. One must take the successes with humility and the struggles with courage, only then can one truly achieve that most elusive of life goals – happiness and inner peace. So here’s wishing you all a very balanced week, with the strength to deal with your troubles, and the stability to not take your blessings for granted.

Here at the Cafe, it’s guaranteed to be a truly good week, and we’ve got the lineup to prove it! Activities, workshops and showcases full of positivity, talent, and joy, it really promises to be a week to remember. So come on over and have a cup of coffee on us.

 

Mujeeb Shaikh

Original Music open mic.Acoustic only.No sound.For music performance and appreciation of new independent musicians. To perform and also explain the song and it’s inspiration. And we shall discuss and learn from each other the presentability of the songs

Date: 23 October 2018

Time: 5 pm to 9 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Moneylife Foundation

Daily guidance and counselling session on Right to Information for citizens and other concerned parties being conducted by Right to Information activists

Date: 24 October 2018

Time: 4:30 pm to 7 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Dr. Rahul Sharma (AGEAC)

TRANSCENDENCE OF DREAMS - Dreams offer, in their symbolic depth, a transcendental sense to the human being’s life. C.G.JUNG said, with good reason, that we should not underestimate dreams, and the TALMUD said that a dream which has not been understood is like a letter which has not been opened. web- www.ageac.org/en or ph- 9868453843

Date: 24 October 2018

Time: 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Entry: FREE

 

cre8designlife

Celebrating 150 years of Gandhiji’s Birth , we are spreading awareness of learning through being humble! We are conducting Charkha Workshops for the first time in Mumbai. Come join the Charkha Learning Workshops , learn to weave a thread! 3 participants at a time, Session will be of 30 minutes for each participant. Please be on time, click on the link on Allevents.in to make your payments OR call 7506403538

Date: 25 October 2018

Time: 10 am to 2 pm

Entry: Rs. 175/-

 

Toybank- The Opentree Foundation

Toybank promotes development through play for underprivileged children. This event is organized to bring people together to learn and play different board games and understand the Power of Play!

Date: 25 October 2018

Time: 6 pm to 8 pm

Entry: FREE

 

That Was Funny

An Evening of Laughter is What We Guarantee… Some of The Best New Comics in Town and Some Proven Funny People Take The House Down With Their Freshest Material.

Date: 26 October 2018

Time: 7 pm to 9:45 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Untold_tales

Our Storyteller takes various workshops for ए ery age group and this time she is collaborating with untold Tales to deliver and teach the essence of story telling

Date: 27 October 2018

Time: 10:30 am to 4:30 pm

Entry: Rs. 2000/-

 

Qahar Team

Event totally based on your skills and hobbies i.e Poetry , Singing, Storytelling, Stand-up-comedy, Mimicry, Music & more. Qahar team is a open mic. Event will free.

Date: 27 October 2018

Time: 5 pm to 9 pm

Entry: FREE

 

Create Your Website in Just 1 Hour

In this workshop you will be shown how to create your website in just 1 hour. Get your own 3G/4G mobile hotspot, a Laptop with Chrome or Firefox installed. I will provide you a web server to create your own website. Your website can be moved to your own web server later. The workshop uses WordPress and Divi. Divi makes working with WordPress better than WIX. It’s easier and you get the power of WordPress which powers more than 30% of all the world’s websites. Click the link to watch the Divi Video below https://youtu.be/FkQuawiGWUw

Date: 28 October 2018

Time: 10 am to 12 pm

Entry: FREE

 

FanatiXx

FanatiXx is a platform for artists to showcase their talents based on Story telling, Poetry, Stand-up Comedy and Singing. Participants will have to pay a minimal registration charge. Audience can join for free.

Date: 28 October 2018

Time: 12 pm to 4 pm

Entry: FREE

 

music jammin

A jam session to enjoy drama,standup,music and muchmore.A jam session to enjoy drama,standup,music and muchmore. JOin the community of artists who showcase their talent to audience which is supportive,motivating and helping each other to grow.

Date: 28 October 2018

Time: 5 pm to 8 pm

Entry: Rs. 200/-

 

Have a great week!