Covid has taken a toll on human life and most importantly mental health. Covid has taught us one thing that mental health is as important as physical health. It has taught us the purpose behind human life that is eventually gaining serendipity in minimal things. In order to achieve Ikigai or the thing which gives purpose to one’s life one must try out these activities to let the inner demons out and feel worthy, fresh and peaceful amidst the ongoing chaos. These few upcoming events are just the perfect way to start afresh.
Write Great: 3 Day Writing Mastery Workshop:
Online workshop to enhance and shape your writing skills in order to reach out to human emotions properly. The Three day workshop will teach you ten secrets to polish your writing skills, how to attract your first 100 readers and how to enhance the creative spirit and generate better ideas. Registrations open on All Events App.
When: 28th January- 30th January
Price: Rs 99 (Registration Fee)
Stories Of Food:
Pushpesh Pant is a noted Indian academic,food critic and historian. He retired as a Professor of International Relations from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. He is one of India’s leading experts on International Relations as well as Indian Cuisine. A delicious session with Padma Shri Pushpesh Pant.Organised by Ahmedabad University, attend this event if you are a foodie and a world cuisine enthusiast.
When: 28th January
Time: 9:30 am-11:00 am
Provide your musical souls with some peace this saturday, attend this event curated by Mihir Thakore at your convenience. Hear Ashish Ranade singing Raga Abhogi, Raga Durga and bhajan Ram Rangile along with Rasik Kulkarni and Divya Ranade, for 100th Anniversary year of Bhimenji.
When: 29th January
Time: 9:00 pm
Lippan Art Workshop:
Lippan Kaam or mud washing is generally done by the women of the Rabri community by the usage of available materials in the region. A mixture of clay and camel dung is used in this mud washing as it keeps the interiors cool on summer days. The work is limited to the interiors but the work has been extended and now can be seen on boxes, furniture, outer walls as well. These murals bring life and beauty to the generally harsh life of the people living in Kutch. Have an interesting session on Lippan work and its history and origin. Learn how to do Lippan Kaam.Booking available on All Events App,
When: 30th January
Price: Rs 1,800
A Homage to Swadeshi:
Celebrating Charkha, DISPLAY of HANDSPINNING with TRADITIONAL TOOLS (30th January to 1st February 2022) If everyone in the world spun an hour a day there would be no more war. Peace means not about ‘no war’. It is to have peace in every person’s mind.Peace is a by-product of constructive work done by everyone with a positive attitude and calm mind. KHOJ – Science + Arts + Innovation in association with Aadhar Charitable Trust is happy to display a Personal collection of Handspinning Traditional Tools, by Avani Varia. The event has been co-hosted by: KHOJ – Science + Arts + Innovation Museum aadhar Charitable Trust For queries, contact on: KHOJ- Science + Arts + Innovation Museum – 6352998992
When: 30 January 2022- 01st February 11:00 am-5:00 pm
Where: KHOJ – Science + Arts + Innovation Museum, Riverfront
Under Nehru Bridge, Opposite Riverfront House, Riverfront Road, Ahmedabad
(Follow Google map: KHOJ Museum Riverfront)
Note: Follow Covid guidelines (group visit bookings offered)
Find Your Ikigai:
Ikigai is a Japanese term which means something that gives your life worth, meaning, or purpose. According to Japanese culture every person has there Ikigai or a purpose to live their individual lives. This session is for anyone who has a desire to learn and apply strategies that might change their current situations and circumstances both personally and professionally.
When: 03rd February
Where: Online via zoom
Duration: 30 minutes