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The Export promotion Council for Handicrafts would be organising the 47th Edition of IHGF Delhi Fair – Spring 2019 from 18 – 22 February 2019 at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida Delhi NCR.

The 46th IHGF Delhi Fair – Autumn 2018 held from 14-18 October 2018, recognized as a “One Stop Sourcing Destination” amongst foreign buyers, saw visit of 6596 buyers from 110 countries and reported business worth Rs.3465 crores equivalent to US$ 510 Million and buyers from new and emerging markets like Benin, Fiji, Latvia, Rwanda and Dominican Republic were added in the list of 46th Edition of IHGF Delhi Fair.

India produces a large variety of crafts products made from various raw materials as gift and decorative as well as in the form of utilitarian handicrafts.  Over 3200 leading manufacturers and exporters will showcase a wide variety of traditional and contemporary handicrafts in different metals, wood, marble & stone, embroidery & lace, hand printing textiles, fashion jewellery, etc.  The new designs, innovative & utilitarian products showing the creativity of skills of Indian Crafts persons are the major thrust of the series of above fairs and this has created the interest and curiosity amongst the foreign buyers to procure the gifts and decorative items of handicrafts from India and with the result of the same the exports is increasing every year.

For more details, please visit the website www.epch.in

IEEMA, Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers’ Association, is the apex industry association of manufacturers of electrical, industrial electronics and allied equipment in India. The association member companies have contributed to more than 95% of power equipment installed in India and have a combined turnover of $ 45 Billion.

India and many other developing countries are expanding and improving their distribution network to supply 24×7 power to their citizens.

Growth in load and distributed generation brings new challenges for distribution network. Utilities are also deploying state of the art technologies to improve quality and reliability of supply and also reduce losses. These challenges can be overcome only with the amalgamation of electrical equipment and digital network technology.

Against this backdrop, Embassy is pleased to inform that IEEMA is organizing DistribuElec – India’s only exposition on Hi Tec Power Distribution – from 4th – 6th February 2019 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E), Mumbai.

DistribuElec 2019 is a uniquely designed concept to bring Utility, Consumer, Electrical Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) on same platform to empower all stakeholders.

It is India’s only exposition on Power Distribution showcasing products, technologies and services from 220V till 33kV in traditional electrical equipment like transformers, cables, capacitors, switch gears, meters, insulators, conductors and new age technologies in distribution automation & control systems, energy efficiency, demand response, advanced metering, communications technologies, cyber security, electrical fire safety and more.

The show will attract a host of serious decision makers from across all segments to source new and innovative product and service solutions, stay in touch with the latest trends, network and do business.

BuildElec 2019, a concurrent exhibition has been planned to showcase convergence of OT and IT directly at consumer dwellings to make key utilization centers i.e. buildings – industrial, commercial and residential – more efficient and safe.

Buildings being the major consumption center of electricity, this event will be an exclusive platform for exhibiting conventional and smart electrical technologies and equipment to make buildings more safe, efficient and intelligent structures.

Intelect 2019 is a concurrent conference in its 3rd edition with theme of “Towards Smart, Reliable, Efficient and Safe Electricity”.

DistribuElec – India’s only exposition on Hi Tec Power Distribution is scheduled from 4th – 6th February 2019 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E), Mumbai.

India’s largest travel trade show, OTM Mumbai, will be organised by Fairfest Media Ltd from January 23-25, 2019 in Mumbai.

OTM is not only the largest travel trade show in India, but it has emerged as the leading travel trade show in the Asia Pacific, with participation of more than 1,000 satisfied exhibitors from 50+ countries.

OTM Mumbai is endorsed by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.   A message in this regard issued by Hon’ble Minister of State of Tourism is attached herewith for ready reference.  OTM 2018 was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Minister himself. 

A unique feature of OTM this year is a parallel session on Cine Locales, to be held over two days, where cinema producers are invited to meet destinations for selecting locations for their upcoming films.  It is an interactive session on film tourism, where 30+ premier film and TV producers like Yash Raj Films, Dharma Productions and Viacom will interact with film commissions and other authorities interested in promoting their destinations to this sector.

OTM 2019 will have at least 500 fully hosted buyers and another 500 qualified buyers from all over India, in addition to 10,000+ travel trade visitors.

Over the years, countries like Japan, Korea, Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Indonesia, Thailand, Cyprus, Croatia, Romania, New Zealand, Bahrain, China, Peru, Taiwan, Argentina, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Botswana and many more have trusted to form relationships and position themselves in the Indian Market.

The attached brochure will provide all the details.

For any further information, please contact Mr. Sanjiv Agarwal at [email protected] or visit at otm.co.in

qigong

Qigong or chikung is a form of gentle exercise meant to increase the flow of liquid in the body by continuous stretching and deep breaths. One’s Qi is the life force of the body, responsible for keeping it alive, healthy and moving. Thus, the flow of Qi in the body is extremely important. According to Chinese knowledge, blocked Qi will result in weakness and illness. A strong flow of Qi in the body results health benefits and higher immune system. Despite the benefits, not many people practice nor know the benefits of qigong in Indonesia. Fortunately, there are still a number of qigong masters in Indonesia who are absolutely dedicated to their craft.

Here are the top 3 Qigong masters in Indonesia:

John Chang

John Chang is perhaps the most famous Qigong master in Indonesia. A documentary of him burning paper with his bare hands and emitting electricity from his stomach created a sensation during the 80s. Western scientists have tried to analyze his abilities.

At first, John Chang would only let the camera crew film him with the condition that the film will not be circulated. However, his documentary was widespread as soon as it was done. Just as the video became a sensation and he began to be widely known, Chang vanished from the public eye. Even the film’s crews were not successful in finding him. Until this day, there are not many people who can say they have successfully met him as his exact address is still shrouded in mystery.

Tevia Feng

Tevia Feng is the founder of White tiger Qigong, a prominent Qigong school all over the world. This school is particularly spread out in various countries from Thailand, Australia, Germany, Japan, Indonesia and many more. Impressively, Feng herself began her practice in the martial arts from the age of 7. She has traveled all over the world and went to China to learn from Qigong masters to improve herself on this art.

As a result of her effort, she is authorized to teach Qigong and Baguazhang of the Tian Ji Dao sect from Hong Kong and mainland China. Not only has she taught people all over the world, but she has also helped cure some of the illnesses and worked with a variety of people from various careers such as professional athletes, ballet dancers, yogis, martial artists, and CEOs.

 Grand Master Tan Soo Kong

Initially, Grand Master Tan Soo Kang was a successful businessman in the Information Technology and Food & Beverages Industry. However after a Qigong Grand Master showed him the ways of Qigong, he became intrigued by it and sought out to use Qigong to alleviate the suffering of people.

Currently, Grand Master Tan provides treatment services and conducts Qigong training to maintain health and provide self-healing. In addition, he also provides specialised training for aspiring medical Qigong practitioners. His students and patients come from a variety of countries all around the world from Singapore, Australia, Indonesia, India, Japan, USA, Switzerland, Canada, New Zealand, Philippines, Portugal, Spain, UK, Russia, Germany and Thailand.

Although there are many Qigong masters in Indonesia, these three are the most renowned in Indonesia. Not only can they teach qigong for those who are interested, but they are also able to cure illnesses using their abilities. Most of the time, their interest in medicine does not end there and would extend to acupuncture, taichi, martial arts and many more.

Which of these Qigong masters do you hope to meet? Tell us in the comment section down below!

Indonesia Tamil Sangam Proudly presents “VISWASAM” Movie - For PONGAL

Indonesia Tamil Sangam Proudly presents Pongal Release Movie –

Thala Ajith’s “VISWASAM” during the Pongal Week end – Friday 11th, Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th, January 2019

Details of the Show / Theaters are given below.

Please make your bookings through online booking site – Bookmyshow

Show Timings at Cinema XXI:

Day & Date Mall Artha Gading Lotte Shopping Avenue
Friday 11th January  9.00 or 9.30 PM            ———-
Saturday 12th January  9.00 or 9.30 PM   9.00 or 9.30 PM
Sunday 13th January ———   11.00 AM

In addition, we are also screening a show on Friday 11th January at Hermes, Medan.

 

We invite you all to watch this Pongal Release Movie and do not miss the opportunity.  Please forward this message to all your friends and contacts.

Bookings to be made thru Bookmyshow online booking site.  Weblink for booking your seats will be given to you by Tuesday 8th January evening or on wednesday 9th January.

Invitation Price :

Members Non – Members
Rp 150,000 Rp 200,000

Thank You.

இந்தோனேசியத் தமிழ்ச்சங்கம்

INDONESIA TAMIL SANGAM

 

4-Famous-Art-Galleries-in-Yogyakarta

Other than Bali and Jakarta, Yogyakarta is yet another city with a very active art scene to know more about Indonesian art and culture. This city is particularly different and unique compared to other places as features a mix of traditional and contemporary art. Due to the melting pot of people in Yogyakarta, art can be seen in every corner of this city. From the graffiti lined walls all around the city to the regal palaces of keraton, art enthusiasts will be delighted to know that they have tons to explore here.

Here are the art spaces you must visit in Yogyakarta:

Jogja National Museum (JNM)

Standing under the Yogyakarta Seni Nusantara Foundation, the building itself was originated as Indonesian Fine Arts Academy building. However as time went on, this unused academy is renovated as a museum building had a high value of art related to Indonesian artists. Not only are visitors able to see various forms of art in this museum, but they will also be able to attend art discussions, seminars, workshops, all of important issues have been developing in the world of local, national, and international art.

Address: Jl. Prof. Ki Amri Yahya No. 1, Gampingan, Wirobrajan, Yogyakarta
Opening hours: Open daily from 09 am – 7 pm
Phone: +62-274586105 (office hours), +62-274542085 (office hours)
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://jogjanationalmuseum.com/

Taman Budaya Yogyakarta (TBY)

Built in the 1970s, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta was seen as the ‘window of Yogyakarta.’ It is one of the best places to visit if you are looking for the latest and hippest art culture in Yogyakarta. TBY is never empty and always bustling with solo exhibitions, student exhibitions and various major art events in Yogyakarta. Besides exhibitions, there are also other forms of art performances such as theater, dance, music, painting exhibition, poem reading, and many more. Art-based activities are facilitated here, as there is a Concert Hall which serves as a space for contemporary art and discourse, and the Societet Militar Building which focuses on both traditional and contemporary performing arts.

Address: Jalan Sriwedani, No 1 Yogyakarta
Phone: +62-274523512, +62-561914
Opening Hours: Daily from 09 am – 09 pm
Website: http://tby.jogjaprov.go.id/

Museum Affandi

Amongst some of the famous painters in Indonesia, Affandi is known to be the most famous out of all of them. He even had the title of Painting Maestro, bestowed to him due to his accomplishments and talent. Throughout his life, he has painted 2000+ paintings, with more than 300 of his previous art works and personal items are being displayed in this museum. Moreover, the house some has personal touches of his own as he built it himself and was his living quarters while he was alive. Affandi fans will be delighted to see his original art pieces but also understand Affandi when when was alive.

Address: Jl. Laksda Adisucipto 167 Yogyakarta 55281 Indonesia
Phone : +62-274562593
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
Website: https://www.affandi.org/

Bentara Budaya

Bentara Budaya is also one of the must visit in Yogyakarta, as it is one of the oldest art spaces and exhibition halls in Yogyakarta. This gallery has opened with the intention of showcasing the best of Indonesian arts, which includes traditional paintings, wooden statues and ceramics. They also offer an area where artists are able to hold exhibitions and show their work. Furthermore, it regularly organizes a variety of cultural events such as film screening, cultural performances and monthly art lectures and discussions.

Address: Bentara Budaya, JI Suroto, Yogyakarta, Indonesia,
Phone: +62 274 560404
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.bentarabudaya.com/contact

This city has always been known as one of the cultural and artistic centers of Indonesia. Art galleries, in particular hold historical significance to the artists that live in Yogyakarta. It contains a history of the beginnings of art and also houses an impressive collection of contemporary works. Since the field of art is widely cherished here, it is also very likely that you will meet friends and minds who think alike during this journey.

Which galleries have you visited in Yogyakarta? Tell us in the comments down below!

5-Must-Visit-Art-Galleries-in-Bali-Museum-Puri-Lukisan

In Bali art is an integral part of its culture and comes naturally to the people living there. It is also the main reason why the art scene is particularly developed compared to other places in Indonesia. Next time that you are in Bali, take some time to visit numerous local galleries and enrich your knowledge of the art scene.

Here are the 5 most prominent art galleries to visit in Bali:

Neka Art Museum

If you are looking for a place to find Balinese art, then you should visit the Neka Art Museum. This museum was renowned by Balinese art enthusiast Wayan Suteja Neka. It has the widest collection of local art and culture, both classical and contemporary ranging from paintings, sculptures, traditional tools and even a Keris collection that tallies up to 300 pieces. The museum also houses different styles of Balinese classical paintings from classical puppet style painting, Ubud style painting, contemporary Balinese Paintings, and Batuan style paintings. Some of the famous art pieces are by artists named Arie Smit, Robert Koke, Gusti Nyoman Lempad, Arie Smith Miguel Covarrubias, Rudolf Bonnet and Donald Friend.

Address:
Neka Art Museum, Kedewatan, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
Phone: +62-0361975074
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat 09:00 – 17:00; Sun 12:00 – 17:00

Komaneka Gallery

For contemporary art pieces, one of the places that you can visit in Bali is the Komaneka gallery. An interesting fact is that founder and curator Koman Wahyu Suteja, is the son of Neka Art Museum Wayan Suteja Neka. Contrary to the traditional styles house in the Neka Gallery, the Komaneka Gallery houses different styles of art, namely unusual artworks that reflect contemporary lifestyles led by the Balinese artists themselves. Of course, the gallery also houses some contemporary traditional pieces in its collection. Aspiring artists will have a great time at this museum, as they also provide an art library that lends and sells art reference books. They can even stay at the Komaneka resorts area, where visitors can enjoy a warm hospitality during they stay in Ubud.

Address:
Komaneka Art Gallery, Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia,
Phone +62-03614792518

Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA)

The Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) is particularly famous in Bali for its cultural, artistic, and architectural importance. Created by Anak Agung Gde Rai, it is a convenient place to learn the arts as it is an art gallery, cultural centre and resort all at once. Some of the artists it houses include prominent artists such as Raden Saleh, I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, Ida Bagus Made, Anak Agung Gede Sobrat, I Gusti Made Deblog, Affandi, legendary painters Walter Spies, Rudolf Bonnet, Adrian Le Mayeur, and local Balinese masterpieces by maestro Nyoman Lempad. Apart from looking at the artworks in the museum, lucky visitors can also watch a series of theaters and dance performances music and painting classes, a bookshop, library and reading room, cultural workshops, conferences, seminars and training programmes.

Address : Jalan Raya Pengosekan, Ubud, Gianyar
Telephone: +62-0361976659
Opening Hours: 9 AM – 5 PM, daily

Tony Raka Gallery

A. A. Gede Raka Wirayuda is a prominent wood carver in Bali when he decided to create TONYRAKA Art Gallery. From then on, the tribal and contemporary themed gallery was able to house and sell some of the finest art on the island including wood carvings, paintings, installations and antiques. When the founder’s son (A. A. Bagus Tony Hartawan) took over in 1997, he began to include other forms of modern and contemporary art. The success of this art gallery has also made it to act as a catalyst and facilitator for the growth of the Balinese artistic community.

Address:
Tony Raka Gallery, MAS, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
Phone +62-03617816785

Museum Puri Lukisan

Museum Puri Lukisan is also one of the most prominent art galleries in Indonesia. Its creator, the prince of Ubud Cokorda Gde Agung Sukawati and his friend Rudolf Bonnet, Ubud’s Museum Puri Lukisan has become the wonderful place to discover the colourful variety of Balinese paintings from the turn of the century, covering all schools of Balinese art. Visitors will be able to see over 150 fine paintings and 62 sculpture pieces in its permanent exhibits. While spending time there, enjoy yourself by going to their onsite restaurant and café which is set in in its spacious gardens and lotus pond.

Address: Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali
Telephone: +62-0361975136
Opening Hours: 9 AM – 6 PM, daily

The 6thedition of “Kaju India 2019-The Global Cashew Summit” will be organised by the Cashew Export Promotion Council of India (CEPCI), which is established by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, at The Taj Palace Hotel, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi, India from 13th to 15th February 2019.  A special promotion for our products under “Indian Cashew” brand is also proposed to be launched during the said event “KAJU INDIA 2019”.  The theme of the global event has been rightly chosen as “Indian Cashews – The Superfood” due to its dietary fibre, nutrients and health benefits.

Kaju India 2019 is also the curtain raiser for the yearlong celebrations to commemorate the 100th year of Indian Cashew Export. It was in 1920 that India exported its first consignment and introduced cashew kernels as a commodity to the international market. Today, India is the largest producer, processor and consumer of cashew in the world. Indian Cashew is accepted all over the world for its high quality, taste and rich tradition.

“KAJU INDIA” is the largest cashew related event worldwide where large number of stake holders right from cashew farmers, traders, agents, processors, business customers all meet and interact. Brain storming business sessions, live machinery expo, motivational speeches, presentation of Excellence awards etc., are the key features of this mega event. About 75 Overseas Delegates from all over the world and 800 Indian Cashew Traders / Exporters are expected to take part in the Kaju India 2019.

This Mega Event is expected to be a premier gathering of world leaders of the Cashew Industry including Ministers and diplomats from cashew producing / consuming countries. It is so envisaged to strengthen the industry under the “MAKE IN INDIA” scheme and promote ‘INDIAN CASHEW’ brand globally.

Delhi has a rich heritage and the power centre for all policy decisions and hosts historical monuments, which are of course a perennial source of tourist attraction. A heritage tour to “TAJ MAHAL’ one of the ‘seven wonders of the world’ is scheduled on 16th February will definitely be an added attraction and a rich experience to the delegates of KAJU INDIA 2019.

Considering the national, social and historic importance of the Cashew Industry, we request for your kind participation to this prestigious event. The whole Cashew Fraternity would be obliged to have your participation on this prestigious moment and request you to be our Guest of Honour to the inauguration of the Centenary Celebrations of India’s Export of Cashew and Inauguration of KAJU INDIA 2019 on 13th and 14th February 2019 at Hotel Taj Palace, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi.

All the foreign delegates registered for Kaju India 2019 will be getting a bunch of special privileges including complimentary accommodation (13th & 14th February 2019) at the venue hotel and complimentary heritage tour package to visit to Taj Mahal on 16th February 2019 (with accommodation on 15th February 2019) and also foreign nationals can avail a free economy class air ticket (subject to a maximum of USD 750)  for the visit to Kaju India 2019 (which will be reimbursed on their attending Kaju India 2019). This special offer is valid for a limited period (Upto 15th January 2019). For registrations, kindly log on to www.kajuindia.com

Remove term: NEW SEASON: Jakarta Youth Cricket Program @AIS starts 20th January 2019 NEW SEASON: Jakarta Youth Cricket Program @AIS starts 20th January 2019

The 3SIXTY Cricket Academy is pleased to announce the Seventh season of the youth cricket coaching programs on Sundays at the Australian Independent School @ the Pejatan campus, South Jakarta, starting from 20th January 2019. The academy will offer cricket-coaching programs, open for boys and girls from the age of 6 to 16 years, conducted by qualified Coaches (Cricket Australia Certified), in an enjoyable, safe and
friendly environment.
The cricket coaching programs are based on MILO IN2CRICKET programs, which are fun programs for kids to learn the fundamentals of Cricket.

BEGINNERS PROGRAM
This program is designed for boys and girls, who have never played cricket before. It is a fast, fun and active program that emphasizes maximum participation, basic motor and fundamental cricket skills development.

Features:

• Perfect for boys and girls aged 6 – 10
• For beginners and kids still learning the basic skills of the game
• Teaches basic cricket skills (Batting, Bowling & Fielding)
• 10 Week program
• Coaching Sessions 60 mins + 60 mins games
• Game based activities
• All equipment provided

What they will learn:

• Hit a moving ball
• Bowl with a straight arm
• Throw, pass and catch balls
• Track & trap balls
• Game Sense
• Teamwork
• Communication
• Sportsmanship

ADVANCED PROGRAM
This program is designed for boys and girls, who have played the game before –
backyard cricket, with friends, dad etc. or those who have attended coaching programs in
the past.

Features:

• Perfect for boys & girls ages 11 – 16
• For kids who have basic cricket skills
• Sessions include fitness, batting, bowling, & fielding Skills development.
• 10 Week program
• Coaching Session includes skills training as well as games on certain days.
• Everyone gets to bat, bowl and field
• All equipment provided

What they will learn:

• Judge, respond and hit a moving ball
• Run between wickets and calling
• Bowl over 15m with a straight arm
• Catch & throw over 15m
• Game Sense & Game Strategy
• Teamwork
• Communication
• Sportsmanship

FACILITIES:
The facilities at the AIS campus include:

• Dedicated two lane Astro Turf cricket nets.
• Astro Turf playing field
• All equipment
• Access to change rooms, toilets and showers.
• Security

TIME & VENUE:
SUNDAYS 8am – 1030am
Australian Independent School (Pejaten Campus)
Jl. Pejaten Barat No. 69
Jakarta Selatan 12510

DURATION:
10 Week program starting from 20th January 2019
January 20th 27th
February 3rd 10th 17th 24th
March 3rd 10th 17th 31st
Note:
The above-mentioned dates, more or less will remain the same, however there may be rescheduling of certain dates due to AIS events.

REGISTRATION:
Please visit our ONLINE REGISTRATION PAGE to complete the registration.

FEES:
One Time Registration Fee: Rp150,000 (Not applicable for returning students)
Season Fee Rp1,500,000 for 10 Sessions.

FOR FURTHER DETAILS & INFORMATION
Email [email protected]
Mobile +62 818 725274
(Preferably after office hours & Weekends)

 

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Indoindians Health & Nutrition Talk: Is Sugar Toxic?
Indoindians Health & Nutrition Talk: Is Sugar Toxic?

Indoindians Health & Nutrition Talk: Is Sugar Toxic?

We all love sugar and often say ‘Oh I have a sweet tooth’……Alas only if it was as sweet as it sounds.

Let’s get real and understand what exactly sugar does to our body. Whether you are a Diabetic or a Non Diabetic, live a sedentary life or an active one.

Geeta SethJoin us on a coffee morning talk on health & nutrition by Geeta Seth, a dietitian and 2 times gold medalist in nutrition. Geeta is a diabetes educator, nutritional speaker and writer.

Date & Time: Wednesday 16th January from 10.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: Somerset Grand Citra Apt Function Room, Kuninagn, Jl. Prof. DR. Satrio No.1, Jakarta
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This is a FREE event.

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