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- Adults Only Easter Weekend At Hurawalhi Maldives
Hurawalhi Maldives is offering guests the opportunity to experience an Easter where the adults get all of the fun and all of the chocolate. Celebrations and events from 2nd- 4th April will guarantee an Easter to remember, chocolate at every opportunity and even a chance to win a trip back to Hurawalhi at a later date. Easter experiences at Hurawalhi will include: An Easter pool party with champagne, cocktails, ice-cream canapés, and summer music curated to evoke the perfect party atmosphere. The Hurawalhi Easter egg hunt with treasures including the chance for guests to win a complimentary one week stay at Hurawalhi, lunch for two at 5.8 Undersea Restaurant, a couple’s massage and much, much more. The chocolate Easter experience at Duniye Spa – a two-hour massage using the beautifying benefits of dark chocolate. The caffeine present in chocolate stimulates the circulation and improves blood flow which improves and invigorates skin cells, decreases the aging process and increases firmness of the skin. Chocolate is also rich in antioxidants which help increase the level of collagen and elastin in the skin. 3-course menu for two with chocolate dessert and wine tasting at 5.8 Undersea Restaurant. A champagne cruise on our luxury yacht, Bella. Relax under a blanket of stars at the outdoor cinema. There are also plenty of opportunities for guests to enjoy the rich and various marine life surrounding Hurawalhi for example, joining a bioluminescent night dive to see the reef glow, joining snorkel trips to swim with green sea turtles and manta rays or a jet ski safari in search of dolphins. Rates for Hurawalhi’s Ocean Villa start at US$580 per night, bed and breakfast with current 25% discount. Additional experiences and excursions are charged separately. Visit www.hurawalhi.com for more information.
- Green Strategic Partnership India-Denmark
Kolkata, 19 February 2021: India and Denmark have begun a new era in the form of a far reaching Green Strategic Partnership that will enable Denmark in delivering sustainable solutions to India. The Green Strategic Partnership is a mutually beneficial arrangement to advance political cooperation, expand economic relations and green growth, create jobs and strengthen cooperation on addressing global challenges and opportunities with focus on an ambitious implementation of the Paris Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.The agreement is in line with the vision expressed by H.E. Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of Denmark and Shri. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, who held a virtual summit on September 28, 2020. India and Denmark agree to be at the forefront in the global fight against climate change. Both countries have set ambitious national targets on climate and energy that will contribute to an implementation of the Paris Agreement. Together, the two countries will show the world that delivering on ambitious climate and sustainable energy goals is possible. On the occasion of the conferring of knighthood on Ms. Smita Bajoria, Hony. Consul General of Denmark in Kolkata, by the Danish Ambassador H. E. Freddy Svane on behalf of the Queen of Denmark for the Serampore Initiative of restoration of Danish cultural heritage in Serampore. The Serampore Initiative The Serampore initiative of the National Museum of Denmark was established in 2008 with the aim of identifying remains of Indo-Danish history in Serampore and restoration of selected buildings from this period. Also to promote knowledge of the common Indo-Danish history of Serampore and promote the same in collaboration with local agencies. Ms. Smita Bajoria, Hony Consul General of Denmark in Kolkata, took up this initiative requesting the Urban Development Affairs Minister, Govt of West Bengal not to pull down the Governor House and coordinated the efforts of The National Museum of Denmark and Govt of West Bengal Heritage Commission for restoration of the Governor House. Was instrumental in introducing the National Museum of Denmark to the Stakeholders, Bishop of Church of North India under whose jurisdiction St. Olav’s Church fell for renovation of the church; As part of the Serampore Initiative The Governor’s House, St. Olav’s Church and Serampore College were restored.
- Infant Jesus Church at Shantiniketan installs Stations of The Cross; draws people of all faiths
3 February, 2021, Bolpur (Kolkata): The Infant Jesus Church of Makrampur at Shantiniketan has installed a Station of The Cross – depicting the crucifixion of Christ - and a grotto in the shape of a conch shell dedicated to the Lady of Lourdes. “The Church, which is drawing a lot of visitors, has become a pilgrim centre in Birbhum district for people of all faiths since the Jubilee Year of Mercy declared by the Pope. It is an added attraction in Shantiniketan where people come to seek peace, tranquility and also appreciate the unique spiritual atmosphere. We shall celebrate a Feast on February 2, 2021, for the first time this year,” said Bolpur parish priest, Father Anthony Raj, who belongs to the Asansol diocese. “This year the patronal feast was held on 2nd February 2021 with the inauguration of open air Stations of the Cross with some 54 life-size statues depicting the incidents in the final journey of Jesus carrying his cross to be Crucified on Calvary hill. It was during these pandemic times that our Parish Pastoral Council decided to put up the Stations of the Cross and a Grotto dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes,” Fr Raj said. The Stations of The Cross, also known as The Way of the Cross, is a depiction of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and accompanying prayers. The resurrection of Christ from the dead is celebrated as Easter - the oldest of Christian festivals. The Infant Jesus Church has a statue of Jesus under an imposing banyan tree seated in a lotus position imparting his teaching and blessings to all. This is in accordance with the popular tradition of open air classes started by Kabi Guru Rabindranath Tagore. The Church also has local Santhal tribal motifs and reliefs have been incorporated in the facade of the church designed and curated by Subrata Ganguly of Church Art of Kolkata - an art & design fabrication firm specializing in inculturation of local cultures in keeping with the canon laws and Christian traditions and conventions. The same local tribal art forms have also been incorporated in the stained glasses adorning the church. There is also a statue of a mother holding a child and a lamb which is symbolic of all—caring mother who is at the very centre of our community and social life. “The Stations of The Cross has 54 life-size statues and the grotto, in the shape of a conch shell, is influenced by Indian tradition. We have incorporated the local traditions of Shantiniketan while trying to integrate the church decor with the artistic style and philosophy of Kabi Guru Rabindranath Tagore and also popular traditions like the open air classrooms which he had started,” said Subrata Ganguly, founder-director of Church Art. Christian presence and influence was felt from the birth of Shantiniketan. Tagore had invited Bramhabandav Upadyaya the founding father of Indian Catholic theology, who spearheaded the Hinduisation of Christianity on the basis of his Thomistic reading of Saccidānanda. From May 1981, Salesians from Joypur, Suri parish, looked after the Bolpur mission and Salesian Fr Cyriac Manianchira purchased a plot of land to develop the Bolpur mission. In 1993, Salesians handed over Bolpur subdivision to the Archdiocese of Calcutta and Fr. Valerian Fernandes was appointed first Priest-in-Charge.
- August, 2015
August Touriosity Travelmag has come up with many unique themes in the past. This time it is yet another unique one, but something that is already very popular with tourists - Ruins. In August 2015 issue we follow the ruins of ancient cities and some well preserved monuments across India and the world and bring to you some ‘musts’ for your bucket list. Check out the articles and the Snapshot of amazing ancient settlements across the world.
- October, 2019
October Forest issues have been quite regular at Touriosity. But this one is the first one of 2019. Over the years, in our forest themed issues we have dealt with various sub topics like insects, birds, reptiles, tigers, endangered species, arctic wildlife and so on. But this one has a special focus, one which is very close to our hearts. In this issue we talk mainly of mothers and babies in the wilderness and one doesn’t need to be a traveller, an avid photographer or a wildlife enthusiast to read through these stories and find them interesting. The cover story on the mountain gorillas of Rwanda and a pictorial feature of birds of Tanzania are also engaging articles.
- January, 2013
January This sun, sand and sea issue ( Jan 2013) of Touriosity Travelmag includes a cruise on the Mediterranean, a photo feature of the Goan beaches, an account of a trip to the Dead Sea, a snapshot of some of the most amazing beaches of the world and the most popular weekend destination of Kolkatans - Digha.
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