Imagine Tom without Jerry, Popeye without his Spinach. Well you just can’t! Similarly A drink cannot be imagined without its “Chakna”. From exquisitely curated hams to the simple boiled peanuts a snack to go along with the drink is like a match made in heaven. Here’s a list of Indian snack foods paired with alcohol that satiate the soul of every Mumbai drinker. .
Chakli with schezwan sauce
Boiled black chickpeas with fried garlic
Kachumbar (assorted veggies with lemon and mint)
Do you agree with our list? Tell us what’s your favorite chakna
Light painting workshop
Light painting is paid workshop arranged by Passion 2 Photography Academy
Mentor: A M Patil. (mob no. 9969065508 contact or whatsapp for details)
Workshop fees: Rs500/-
Total seats : 10
location: Shivaji park (mumbai)
confirmation and registration process is totally based on online (NEFT) Money transfer bases.
After confirmation of NEFT you will automatically registered for the workshop and also the venue will be sms on the contact number you provided.
The snapshot of the NEFT Details should be sent to Amit patil ( mob no. 9969065508) in whatsapp or email: email@example.com ITS COMPLUSORY FOR PROCEDURE.
SEATS BOOKING CONFIRMATION STARTS FROM 16TH FEB 2019 TO 23RD FEB 2019. (ONLY 10 SEATS)
Payment Details: (NEFT )
Bank Name:- Bank Of Maharashtra
Branch:- Bhavani Shankar road branch Dadar west Mumbai 400028.
Beneficiary Name: AMIT MANOHAR PATIL.
IFSC : MAHB0000132
Mob no: 9969065508.
**********MONEY IS NOT REFUNDABLE ONES ITS CONFIRM*********** TOPICS TO BE COVERED FOR LIGHT PAINTING
1. APERTURE SETTING.
2. SHUTTER TIMMING.
3. FOCUSING FOR DX AND FX CAMERA.
4. MANUAL MODE OPERATIONS.
5. HOW TO CAPTURE THE SUBJECT IN CREATIVE FORM.
• Tripod required.
• Shutter release cable.
• Wide lense.
NOTE: ONLY THE PAID PERSON APPLICABLE FOR THE WORKSHOP PLEASE DO NOT BRING ANY OTHER NON PAID MEMBERS SRICTLY. (10 SEATS RESTRICTION)
Finding solace is easy! Just look out 🙃
Mumbai may not be my city, but having lived here and being a part of the ethos of the place, sure makes me part of it's DNA (or it a part of me?) They say, the #maximumcity that is Mumbai is often crowded, people are always in a rush to get some place, there's never enough space, the infrastructure is terrible, the rents are sky high just like the apartment buildings and you're always on the go-go-go.
While all of that may be true, the feeling-that-is-Bombay is one of peace and being comfortable in your place in life without any qualms or materialistic egos.
The age old saying is that a super rich dude and a labourer both take the jam-packed local train every day, because time is money and money don't mean shit.
The-feeling-that-is-Bombay teaches you many things - how to take inconsequential things lightly (bumped your car into the next one - one look later you're both on your way - no altercations will fix your car, so it's just better to reach work on time!), how to ensure you never dump your grievances of the day on the easy target like the cab driver, your partner, kids etc(take it easy and move on, that's the mantra! Things don't matter that much anyways), and adjusting to accommodate a total stranger(whether on a train, a shared cab or anywhere else!), because deep down we all have the same struggles and we are simply looking to make a good life for ourselves!
The-feeling-that-is-Bombay also ensures you're focused on yourself and the things that matter to you, as defined by you! There are no piercing glares of the society judging your life choices. You're free to do as you please.
Once you're part of Mumbai, the-feeling-that-is-Bombay becomes you guidemap on how to function. No other place will ever compare! .
This page is mostly dedicated to create awareness about artistic roller skating in India as an upcoming sport. Being in this sport for over a decade has made me fall in love with it in a million ways and has taught me a lot. I would love to share my experiences with you guys.
Feel free to like, follow and comment if you are interested or have constructive ways to contribute.
Starting this journey from my hometown, Mumbai, India. #namaste 🙏🏼 ❤️
Editing by - @kushagra_jhurani .