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Perambalur’s special, Aswin’s sweets and savouries, now at Mylapore

October 17, 2017

Perambalur‘s special sweets and savouries outlet Aswin’s, has a branch at Mylapore. Having established in 2003 as a small scale industry, Aswin’s Home Special Sweets and Snacks, it has branches across Perambalur, Trichy and Chennai.

The founder of the company is K. R. V Ganesan and he began the chain as an effort to employ differently-abled and rural folk. The franchisee at Mylapore is Vivek Rajendran.

The snacks are made using traditionally stone-ground dough and with farm fresh millets;  products like ragi porridge, pearl millet porridge, ragi balls, sesame seed balls, and fox tail millet balls are made using pure honey.
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October 17, 2017

Chess training for children

Emmanuel Chess Centre is conducting a year long professional chess training programme for children aged 5 to 14 years from Oct 19 at Russian Cultural Centre, Alwarpet. FIDE trainer Ebenezer Joseph and his team of coaches will conduct the programme. […]

October 17, 2017

New ice-cream parlour serves cold stone desserts

New ice-cream parlour serves cold stone desserts

‘Oh So Stoned’ opened its doors recently on T. T. K. Road. The franchise of a popular joint in Hyderabad has come to Chennai with its first retail outlet at Alwarpet. Jean and Naveen are the franchisees here. A glacial […]

October 17, 2017

Honouring Hindustani vocalist Pt. Kumar Gandharva

Dr. Lakshmi Sreeram, a city based Hindustani and carnatic vocalist, is organising an event to remember Hindustani vocalist Pt. Kumar Gandharva on Oct 21 at Raga Sudha Hall, Luz. The evening will be inaugurated by Trichur Sri V. Ramachandran followed […]

October 16, 2017

Sadhana wins prize in Korean speech contest

Sadhana wins prize in Korean speech contest

In the annual elocution competition conducted by InKo Centre, in association with King Sejong Institute Foundation and SangMyung University, Sadhana, a student of the King Sejong Institute at InKo Centre, got the third place. Sadhana won the first place in […]

October 16, 2017

Painting holiday at Karadimalai, weekend getaway

Art de Tour, a part of Aavishkaar India, has organised a painting holiday at Karadimalai, Yelagiri Hills. The weekend getaway is open to adults aged 18+ years. On Nov 4, 5. Participants will be accommodated at a resort and will have pre-selected […]

October 16, 2017

Deepavali at Nandalala Trust

A three day deepavali celebration has been organised at Nandalala Trust from Oct 17 -19. Highlights include a special deepa mala (lighting of lamps) event on Oct 17, thirumanjanam for perumal and abhishekam for vinayakar on Oct 18 morning and […]

October 15, 2017

Enjoy Diwali ‘happy hours’, at Sri Krishna Sweets outlets

Enjoy Diwali 'happy hours', at Sri Krishna Sweets outlets

Sri Krishna Sweets is celebrating Diwali at their outlets with a 48 hour festival promotion. From Oct 16 to Oct 18, customers get 10% off on their purchases (11 a.m. – 5 p.m.). They will also get a complimentary gift […]

October 15, 2017

Exhibition of artworks by 4 artists; at InKo Center

Works of 4 artists are exhibited in a collection titled ‘Meditative Meditations’. Curated by Vaishnavi Ramanathan and featuring artists K. Rakshith, C. Krishnaswamy, G. Gurunathan, K. Aishwaryan. Till Nov 7. At InKo Center, 18 Adyar Club Gate Road, R. A. […]

October 14, 2017

Shopping: Co-optex sale, fabrics from Madhya Pradesh

CO-OPTEX SALE – AHIMSA SILK AND NATURAL DYED FABRICS – Deepavali Special Expo by Co-optex. Hand-woven organic sarees, cottons from different parts of the state, kurtis, ahimsa silk sarees, natural dyed cottons and more. Till Oct 17. At C. P. Art […]

October 14, 2017

By the Marina kuppam side on a cool day . . .

By the Marina kuppam side on a cool day . . .

If there is one spot in the city where you can enjoy the cool climate of the season near the lap of the sea, it is by the shore of the Marina beach. Better still, around the fishing boats parked […]

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