Monthly Archives: July 2010

Mamatha Datta at Indian Cultural Centre, Bangkok, Thailand

Mamatha Datta of Mayuri Natya Kalakendra at Koppa, Chikkamagalur, presented an introductory Bharatanatyam performance along with her daughter Mandara at Indian Cultural Centre (ICC), a unit of Indian Embassy in Thailand on 23 July 2010.

Mamatha Datta & Mandara - 1

Mamatha Datta & Mandara - 1

 

Mamatha Datta & Mandara - 2 Mamatha Datta & Mandara – 2

 

Mamatha Datta Mamatha Datta

 The dancers first performed, Pushpanjali, a salutation with flowers in hands and then moved on to Alaripu meaning the first flowering and traditionally the first dance in the modern Bharatanatyam. Impressive performances for Bagilolu Kai Mugidu, poem in Kannada by poet Kuvempu describing medieval temples of Belur and Halebidu and Yoga Nritta, the presentation of yogic postures in classical dance and brief demonstration through dance and music were taken up the duo. The programme ended with Maha Ganapathim, a parting benediction in praise of Lord Ganesha, incidentally both loved in Thailand and India. 

With the Director of ICC Bangkok With the Director of ICC Bangkok and friends

 

With University Students and Teachers With University Students and Teachers

 

Spectators Spectators

A hall full of spectators from India, Thailand, Europe and the USA witnessed the performances with a lot of curiosity, enjoyed the show and later came up to the artists with several questions and inquiries. Students of ICC too were present at the programme. The performance included classical and semi-classical dance forms. ICC director and organizer Renuka Narayanan was present.

Mamatha was on a trip to Thailand from July 15 to 29.

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Water water everywhere, not a drop to quench my thirst!

Water water everywhere, not a drop to quench my thirst!  This is the situation now in many places and in future everywhere. Wake up people and conserve water. Use judiciously and save for future. Rain harvesting should be compulsory.

Below is a video depicting an irony – the very first line I wrote above!

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Cars in future will run on air at zero cost and zero pollution !

Can you imagine a day when cars will run on air…!!! The future technology will be green…all green…! costs zero…!!!

Watch this video to learn more…

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The Wellness Today – 2nd issue is online!

I am glad to announce that the second issue of The Wellness Today online magazine is available from 1 July 2010.

I hope that you are enjoying reading articles on TWT and making the best use of it.

Please feel free to comment or contact me for further information, assistance or suggestions.

What’s inside TWT – July 2010 ?

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Cover Article
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Myths of Ayurveda Uncovered
by Dr Prasanna Kakunje
Ayurveda has been misunderstood and wrongly propagated sometimes by attaching a myth to it for own benefits or for commercial purposes. We are trying to overcome those myths and keep the reality in front of you in this article.

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Featured Articles
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Running can increase the risk of heart disease?
by Dr Kristie
Most men who run do it because they enjoy the sport, but some also “pound the pavement” to reduce their risk of heart disease. Long distance runners and male marathon runners may want to rethink how long and hard they run. A surprising new study shows that men who run marathons may actually be at a higher risk for heart disease. Read more…

What should you know about diabetes in pregnancy?
by Word Gypsy
Approximately 4 % of pregnant women will develop this condition. With diabetes in the pregnant woman, the blood sugar or glucose level becomes elevated. This can lead to medical complications for both the mother and child. Therefore, the woman needs to follow special precautions throughout the pregnancy.

How good is Melatonin for Jet Lag & sleep problems?
by Dr Kristie
More people are taking melatonin supplements these days to treat jet lag and to help with sleep. According to the Cochrane database, melatonin improves the symptoms of jet lag – although whether or not it helps with insomnia is less clear. What are the side effects of taking melatonin for jet lag or for sleep – and is it safe?

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Lead Articles
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15 weight loss secrets!
by Dr Anuradha Prasanna
Overweight has been the root cause of many health problems like non insulin dependent diabetes, high blood pressure, heart diseases and so on. In addition, it can be the cause of lack of self confidence due to aesthetic reasons. Not only that, it can result in inactivity or reduced activity which results in further weight gain and thus manifesting a vicious cycle. Some tips inside…

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there are more…

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THERE ARE ARTICLES FROM YOU…readers !

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