Those who love authentic European cuisine can now indulge their taste buds at Chamomile Restaurant and lounge bar, 100 feet Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore.
Manjunath Gopal, one of Chamomile’s owners says, “Guests can enjoy the complete European dining experience just as if they were sitting at the best restaurant in Europe. Our specialty is that we serve Chamomile tea throughout the meal to our guests. Chamomile is one of the nine sacred herbs with strong medicinal value. We source the best Chamomile buds from across Europe and other specific areas.
A carefully selected wine and liqueur list has the worlds best from Europe and from other regions across the world.
An enchantingly sophisticated atmosphere, thoughtful and excellent service and an elaborate and exclusive menu are all set to enthrall guests .
Chamomile’s Executive Chef, Anirban Ghosh says, At Chamomile, our guests will discover that European food is richly flavored and enticing.
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The World’s Richest Temple Is going 100% Green , An inspiring move for other temples .
Tirupati Balaji Temple, the most visited place of worship in a yearand is also the richest temple in the world, is now setting example for other Hindu Temples by going green.
I had to join my mom , on her annual trip to Tirupati , this morning , so we decided as usual we’d drive down ,
from bangalore if you leave before 5am , its a 4 and half hour drive . Pretty good i must say , and vice -versa .
Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is a famous Hindu temple of Lord Vishnu in the form of Lord Venkateswara located in the hill town Tirumala, near Tirupati in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India.
The presiding deity of the temple, Lord Venkateswara, is also known by other names – Balaji, Govinda and Srinivasa.
The temple is reportedly the richest and the most visited place of worship in the world.The temple is visited by about 100,000 to 200,000 pilgrims daily (3 to 4 crore people annually on an average)
As I was driving around , Its fascinating , as the eco-logical terrain , keeps changing every year , due to heavy traffic of people from across the globe , one can’t help but notice the huge windmills by SUZLON.
All across the seven Hills .
But some of the achievements that inspired me , were ;
Tirumala is setting an enviable example in promoting green technology , by delivery of free services to the common devotees .
it does’nt matter if your rich or if your poor , its for everyone .
Today , it is relying entirely on clean energy to feed over 100,000 people everyday .
The temple authorities have installed solar powered lights ,solar cooking system , windmills and a water recycling station in its bouquet of energy conservation system to facilitate devotees.
Even the street lamps going up the Tirumala hill are solar powered.
With even the temples now going green perhaps it is time for humans to follow.
And its not reallly about the religion reason i go there , I just feel good whenever i go to a refreshing pollution free place
The tradition of Tirupati Laddu is nearly 300 years old.
- It is prepared by special hereditary priests known as archakas in special temple kitchen known as ‘potu’.
And its nice , being born and brought up in India , Im lucky to say , I’ve enjoyed growing up in a mixed “reilgion” atmosphere. Being a weird mix of half Hindu Karnataka vegetarian Brahmin and Half Catholic ,Though i tend to cling onto the hindu side more .
MALAYSIA Precipice 2010
Jain University CMS
Precipice is the inter-collegiate Business Fest conducted by Jain University- CMS
that puts decision making, organizational and entrepreneurial skills to the
besides being a celebration of student life as a whole.
participation from leading B-schools across Asia and provides students with the opportunity to assess their proficiency at planning, organization, execution and competition.
It was Jain University’s most awaited annual
extravaganza that went truly international for the first time, it was bound to revolutionize the perception of Business fests across all precincts.
It was held during the second week of Feburary 2010
There were 6 teams . IIM – I , IIM – B , IIM- C , Sri Lanka , SJCC – bangalore
[ undergrad] and IIM-A .
A huge cultural Mix . Which was good .
The fest will saw a journey through Malaysia finally culminating in the picturesque locales of Langkawi.
The eight days in Malaysia, one of Asia’s rising stalwarts involved intense rivalry among the participating team to understand and solve the problems of globalisation in it’s true essence .
Our trip was left most of us in awe .
There were 550 people . !!
20 college teachers . not bad .
5 different flights.
I was in Group 5 . And our schedule was
Bangalore – Chennai – Train 6 hours non A/c
KLIA in transit loading up to head to KL .
The Grand Seasons Hotel .
Our first Destination was the Reallly tall hotel , where we spent two nights .
Brilliant Hotel . Centrally Located easy access through the mono-rail and LRT .
We had an Insane time.
I took the Initiative of being a tour guide 🙂
China – town :*sigh .
The trip was organised by Revel Travel Links Pvt. Ltd.