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Here’s ‘My eco-friendly’ Ganesha...

“Shaping up my own Lord Ganesha is indeed a great joy. I am enjoying it a lot. I am doing something creative after a long time,” said 63-year-old Dr Kishor Moharil, a participant in The Hitavada’s camp of making eco-freindly Ganesha idol, at Vishnu Ji Ki Rasoi, Bajaj Nagar, here on Sunday. The camp commenced on September 7 and concluded here on Sunday.

Participants in every group... Read More

“Shaping up my own Lord Ganesha is indeed a great joy. I am enjoying it a lot. I am doing something creative after a long time,” said 63-year-old Dr Kishor Moharil, a participant in The Hitavada’s camp of making eco-freindly Ganesha idol, at Vishnu Ji Ki Rasoi, Bajaj Nagar, here on Sunday. The camp commenced on September 7 and concluded here on Sunday.

Participants in every group were enjoying making idols in the camp. Specially children were engrossed in making small idols of Lord Ganesha. Anirudhha Kulkarni, a 10-year-old participant said, “I am enjoying this. I never thought I could make such a good idol. Next year, I will try and make better than this.”

Another participant Rashi Govindwar, a housewife, felt that the camp has given her a chance to do something different. It built up her confidence and gave her a chance to show her creative talent, she said.

The youngest participant Arushi Joshi said, “I wanted to make Ganapati Bappa myself. It is not easy but my father and teachers here are helping me.”

Karishma Mirpure and Indrani Madhugiri found it special and said that making idol was an art. They wanted to know hardwork put in by the artists who make idols every year.

Omkar Sathe and Raghav Birewar too found it exciting and were enjoying in the camp. They said that POP idols pollute water and there are many side-effects. Hence they want to initiate for eco-friendly Ganesha. Trainer Subodh Sathe and his assistants trained of participants.

Eco-friendly Ganesha theme has been appreciated by many but there are very few who actually came forward and follow the same.

The Hitavada’s camp provided such people an opportunity and contributed in celebrating eco-friendly Ganesha festival.

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Kids Carnival held at Nagpur Central

Business Bureau

KIDS participated in Nagpur Central Kids Carnival from various parts of the city, parents were also there to encourage their kids. Fun and learning activities were there for the kids.
Dr Rashmi Shukla, MD Hompathy did parenting counciling for partents. Both kids and parents where engaged in the activity, dance sessions, nerf shooting, theatre, car racing were the fun ... Read More

Business Bureau

KIDS participated in Nagpur Central Kids Carnival from various parts of the city, parents were also there to encourage their kids. Fun and learning activities were there for the kids.
Dr Rashmi Shukla, MD Hompathy did parenting counciling for partents. Both kids and parents where engaged in the activity, dance sessions, nerf shooting, theatre, car racing were the fun activities for kids.
Next sunday more fun activities will be there for kids like Zumba dance, theatre, hand painting, drawing and clay
modelling, nerf shooting, car
racing etc.
For registration contact Nagpur Central CSD on (Ph: 0712-6693666, 9503424636).

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Second batch leaves for Twinkle Club, Bhonsala Military School’s Personality Development Camp

Staff Reporter

The second batch of Personality Development Camp organised by ‘The Hitavada’ Twinkle Club and Bhonsala Military School was flagged off by Shyam Rathi, Prominent Businessman of the city, on Sunday afternoon from Gorakshan premises. Secretary Tarun Patel was present prominently.
The participants appeared fully charged up for the seven-day camp, where they wil... Read More

Staff Reporter

The second batch of Personality Development Camp organised by ‘The Hitavada’ Twinkle Club and Bhonsala Military School was flagged off by Shyam Rathi, Prominent Businessman of the city, on Sunday afternoon from Gorakshan premises. Secretary Tarun Patel was present prominently.
The participants appeared fully charged up for the seven-day camp, where they will be without their favorite play tools -- smart phone and television. The young participants waved at their parents, with some homesick feelings in the gut.
While at the camp site, the mood changes dramatically as they get opportunity to make new friends in disciplined time table.
The Commandant Col (Retd) J S Bhandari has lined up a meticulously planned morning to evening schedule, that will keep the campers on their toes assuring them of a good appetite and rewarded by good sumptuous food and a well deserved Good nights sleep. For the participants, home should be out of mind as it will be out of sight, he added.

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Prize distribution of The Hitavada-Nagpur Garden Club’s 100th Flower Show held

Staff Reporter

Prize Distribution Ceremony of 100th Flower Show of Nagpur Garden Club and The Hitavada was held on Sunday at Nagpur Garden Club. Dr T S Oberoi was chief guest.
Padma Deshraj, Secretary of the club introduced the chief guest. Shirish Joshi, President of the club welcomed him.
Aasawari Shenolikar, Magazine Editor of The Hitavada was also present on dais.  S... Read More

Staff Reporter

Prize Distribution Ceremony of 100th Flower Show of Nagpur Garden Club and The Hitavada was held on Sunday at Nagpur Garden Club. Dr T S Oberoi was chief guest.
Padma Deshraj, Secretary of the club introduced the chief guest. Shirish Joshi, President of the club welcomed him.
Aasawari Shenolikar, Magazine Editor of The Hitavada was also present on dais.  Shrikant Doifode, Vice President conducted the proceeding and presented brief report about the Flower Show held on Sunday September 14  at Kusumtai Wankhede Hall. This show had received overwhelming response from the visitors and more than 3,000 people visited the show and praised the quality of exhibits and the special attraction. Sharad Paliwal proposed vote of thanks. He thanked the Chief Guest of the Prize Distribution ceremony, the Hitavada for being the co host, Management of Barister Sheshrao Wankhede Trust and Ms. Kundatai Vijaykar for providing their hall, State Bank of India and Punjab National Bank for co-sponsoring the show, Press of Nagpur and electronic media for giving large coverage to the show and participants and  members of Nagpur Garden Club for making the show a grand success.
The chief guest appreciated the efforts of Nagpur Garden Club for spreading awareness of gardening among the citizen and congratulated the prize winners. Kedar Gokhale, Chairman of Flower Show Committee, announced the list of prize winners. Prizes, trophies  and certificates were distributed at the hands of the Chief Guest.
Nagpur Improvement Trust received maximum prizes and trophies for winning highest points in the show. Mansoora Hasan received second highest prizes and trophies. She received highest points as individual participant. Other notable winners were VNIT, Anacorn Laboratories Private Limited, Arvind Deshmukh.
Members of Nagpur Garden Club present at the Prize Distribution ceremony were Anupama Gijre, Atulchandra Mendhekar, Swati Gokhale, Arti Rajkondawar, S P Hasabnis, Lata Vywahare, Kanchan Gyanchandani, Treasurer, Dr N V Shastri, Dr Junankar, Kalpana  Karmakar, C K Savdekar, Gauri Andhare.

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‘Carnival’ makes Sunday special for Twinkle Stars

Staff Reporter

City’s amusement park Krazy Castle was the fun destination for The Hitavada Twinkle Club members on Sunday. For, it was the venue of ‘Circus Carnival’ organised by The Hitavada Twinkle Club.
Fun rides, tattoo, attractive games, music, magic show, and a lot of fun was on the platter and each one of the Twinkle Club members enjoyed each one of the offer... Read More

Staff Reporter

City’s amusement park Krazy Castle was the fun destination for The Hitavada Twinkle Club members on Sunday. For, it was the venue of ‘Circus Carnival’ organised by The Hitavada Twinkle Club.
Fun rides, tattoo, attractive games, music, magic show, and a lot of fun was on the platter and each one of the Twinkle Club members enjoyed each one of the offerings thoroughly. Various rides like Carousel, Cart Train, Cartoon Train, Sun-n-Moon, Caterpillar, Skycopter, Columbus, Bull Ride, Ocean Bumper, Crazy Swinger, Rocking Helicopter etc attracted the kids and their joyous shrieks filled the atmosphere. It goes without saying that the parents, who accompanied the kids, also enjoyed watching their lovely angels soak in laughter.
Magic Show presented by a young magician astonished all viewers on the other side of the stage. There was no age bar for participation in competitions conducted by the anchors for Twinkle Club members. Ansh, a mimic artist, also received lot of appreciation on his jokes from the audience.
The foot-tapping numbers on the dance floor added further value to the mood of all present there. With the latest popular Bollywood songs played by DJ, children danced wherever they were. Soon, they got attracted to the dance floor and demonstrated how beautiful spontaneous dance steps could be. Kids rocked the stage on various movie songs along with their friends. In fact, many even made new friends on the dance floor.
Neha and Lucky Khan, who anchored the show, also hosted various instant games like singing, solo dance, non-stop talk, and much more. Non-stop talk evoked laughter from the audience. But, each event also had some more to offer -- prizes. The winners bagged attractive gifts and prizes.
In various games, the participants included their parents too, which made it more competitive. It was wonderful to see the chemistry of kids and their parents, and the tasks they performed with superb co-ordination that was a result of a natural bonding. Though there were games, everybody won. Everybody won the trophy of love and sweet memories of spending quality time with each other. Of course, many parents and kids thanked 'The Hitavada' Twinkle Club for providing them the opportunity to make their Sunday special.
After dance, song, fun rides, games and a whole lot of fun, the little 'Twinkle Stars' naturally moved towards delicious food. Having food with parents is sheer joy for children in today's world when routine does not permit such opportunities daily to many. And, this aspect made food a fun-filled affair. Wada Pav, sandwiches, South Indian food, ice cream, soft drinks etc offered by Haldiram's at various stalls, found too many takers. After the food, again, the energetic crowd of children wanted another round of games. A special Game Zone was there in which Throw Game, Tattoo, and Ring Game entertained children.
Thousands of Twinkle Club members collected their share of happiness at the 'Circus Carnival' along with their parents. Also, they carried home the memories to be cherished for a long time.
The effective management by team of Krazy Castle made the event a grand success. Kamal Agrawal, Director, Krazy Castle; Gautam Roy, General Manager, Krazy Castle; Rajendra Purohit, General Manager, 'The Hitavada'; Shridhar Iyer, Unit Head, Pepsi Nagpur; Dinesh Mishra, Event Manager; Aasawari Shenolikar, Magazine Editor, 'The Hitavada' Susheem Kolay, Abhay Vaidya and Manoj Bhurse of PR Team of 'The Hitavada' also were present during the event.
Pepsi presented the ‘Circus Carnival’ while Dinshaw's supported it. Wockhardt Hospitals provided healthcare support during the event.

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Twinkle Stars spread colours of joy at ‘Draw Ganesha Contest’



They were all there-- sparkling smile and colours of joy, brush of creativity and divine creation. All these qualities made Sunday morning a special one at Aditya Hero in Dhantoli, Kusumgar Hero near Baidyanath Square, and Ashutosh Hero in East Wardhaman
Nagar. The occasion was
‘Draw a Ganesha Contest’ organised by ‘The Hitavada’ Twinkle Club and Hero... Read More



They were all there-- sparkling smile and colours of joy, brush of creativity and divine creation. All these qualities made Sunday morning a special one at Aditya Hero in Dhantoli, Kusumgar Hero near Baidyanath Square, and Ashutosh Hero in East Wardhaman
Nagar. The occasion was
‘Draw a Ganesha Contest’ organised by ‘The Hitavada’ Twinkle Club and Hero. </p>
All the participants of the contest had come there with their own ideas that they expressed with beautiful colours. It was also a wonderful experience to see how much did kids love the God of Wisdom. Many even described their drawing of Lord Ganesha with a small but popular tagline -- My Friend Ganesha! The kids belonged to different age groups but shared the same feelings about Ganesha. </p>
'The Hitavada' Twinkle Club, which is India's largest children's club; and Hero, the world's largest two-wheeler selling company for 13 years in a row, provided a platform to kids to express themselves through drawing of Lord Ganesha, ahead of Ganeshotsava. </p>
The contest was conducted at three dealerships of Hero in the city namely Aditya Hero in Dhantoli, Kusumgar Hero near Baidyanath Square, and Ashutosh Hero in East Wardhaman Nagar.
The contest got overwhelming response from the members of the Twinkle Club. It was conducted in three groups. Group A was for children in the age group of five to eight years, Group B for children between eight and 12 years, Group C for children between 12 to 15 years. Nearly 250 members registered their names for the contest. </p>
The kids enjoyed drawing and colouring their beloved Lord Ganesha.
The results of the contest will be published in ‘The Hitavada’ CityLine on August 28. </p>
Ashish Rathi, Territory Manager (Sales), Hero Motocorp Limited; Dr Prakash Jain of Aditya Hero, Nikhil Kusumgar of Kusumgar Hero, Keshav Khungar of Ashutosh Hero were present prominently at the contest venues on Sunday.

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