p dir=”ltr”>At #TajVivanta had a great time yesterday evening. The food was no doubt amazing but the demanding me had a weird craving for #KadhiChawal and thus I asked the guy to confirm with their #Chef that can he cook it for us as it wasn’t mentioned in the given menu. And to our surprise the chef agreed to it. And I had one of the best #KadhiChawal (Pakora Kadhi) of my life. Hatsoff to their hospitality. 🤘👌😊
Rest of the menu too was extremely delicious. Especially the scrumptious Blue-Berry-Cheese-Cake. 🙏😍
p dir=”ltr”>Later the Chef specially visited us to check whether we liked the food or not. Isn’t it spectacular!!
p dir=”ltr”>~An extremely Satisfied Customer.
p dir=”ltr”>#Taj #TajVivanta #Agoda #Goa
Valentine’s day 2017
It was a mind blowing day.
Not just cus its a valentine day but also because, I went to ‘Inpsych fest 2017’, A 3 days seminar on various subjects related to Psychology. At Pune university, arranged by Dept. Of Psychology.
I went to first half yesterday and watched Screening of a psychology based movie, ‘The Machinist’, it is a 2004 psychological thriller film directed by Brad Anderson and written by Scott Kosar. Starring Christian Bale & Jennifer Jason Leigh. The film was about Trevor Reznik (Bale), a machinist whose insomnia and psychological problems lead to a serious workplace accident involving a co-worker. And how after Reznik is fired, he goes into a downward spiral of paranoia and delusion. Very well plotted and very well executed too.
Today’s day started with the talk on ‘Abnormal Psychology’ by Mr. Achyut Godbole & followed with Mrs. Nilambari Joshi who guided us about how studies on Human Psychology came into the picture starting from ancient time of treatment given to patients including shock therapy to now having long consulting sessions over patient’s mental state and curing them in a systematic manner. Nilambari Joshi guided us about how addiction leads to depression and also emphasised on not falling prey to mob mentality.
Later, Mrs. khushbu Shah spoke about Parapsychology. Which actually was a bit confusing session but her few aspects about hypnosis & hypnotism were intresting.
After lunch and had few amazing homemade stuffs (Boiled Berr n so..) shared by some psychology students from our group.
I went to gift a bottle of ‘Blood’, its Valentine’s day after all. The bloid donation camp was organised by the fest people only.
Later in the evening we attended one more interesting seminar on ‘Non Violent Communication’ by Mrs. Reena Ginwala. Her points about empathetic and sympathetic behavior was really appreciative.
Over all it was an amazing experience to be there in a college campus after so many years, also last but not the least made few friends. Specially, I would love to mention about Nutan Jadhav, what a lovely girl. She had done Cynical Psychology. And now practicing as an Intern in Mumbai.
Movie pic Source- Internet
As the name suggests its definitely a place that gives Ashray to various Scientific innovations and people who are interested in learning as well teaching about it.
Vigyan Ashram believes in use of Technology for increasing pace of development and increase productivity of their development efforts.
It is located in small village ‘Pabal’.
Vigyan ashram is one of the place where it is believed in doing projects on ground and getting the experience of it while doing the work itself.
They incubate this idea and therefore they have Various courses in which the work is done directly on ground.
One of the course is called DBRT (Diploma In Basic Rural Technology)
The course is about lots of ‘Doing’ things in the areas of Agriculture , Engineering, Energy, Environment, Food processing etc. This is 1 year residential course conducted in Pabal village.
Dr. Kalbag is said to be the one who initiated these projects initially. Around 1983. They have Various innovative products like Bull tractor, machines like dehusking machine, and a fab lab for experimenting about various changes required for crop cultivation and growth.
Also, the step farming and artificial pond where they are experimenting the development for fish growth is worth visiting.
A memorable trip with fellow Snehi.
For more details, visit http://vigyanashram.com/
Also, check http://www.snehfoundationindia.org/ to more about Snehis.