residential builders, luxury real estate, property management, residential home builders, custom residential builders, luxury homes for sale, luxury houses for sale, property management services

            TOLL FREE 1800-233-8246
    


     Skip Navigation LinksHome > Events
Event Calendar  
BEEWION KA MADARSA - PLAY BY YAVNIKA 3/1/2012                   Moliere is not only one of Frances but also one of the worlds most renowned dramatists. His comedies are amongst those most enjoyed by theatre lovers across the world. Yavnikas journey into the wonderful realm of theatre started over a quarter of a century ago and has been an undeniably eventful one. In their journey across the world of stage and arc lights they have performed nearly 200 shows of some eminent plays such as Panchhi Aate Hain, Beewion ka Madarsa, Andhon ka Haathi, Kauwa Chalaa Hans ki Chaal, Aaj Raat, Jis Lahore Nahin Vekheya Oh Janmiya Nahin, Yerma, The Proposal and Comedy of Terrors across the country. Many of these plays were staged to raise funds for organisations such as the Army Wives’ Welfare Association, the Indian Red Cross Society and the Gujarat Earthquake Relief fund; while many of them were sponsored by the North Zone Cultural Centre, Patiala; the Cultural Departments of various State Governments and Union territories and several other organisations. Our inspiration in dedicating ourselves to the cause of theatre has all these years been (and is always going to be) the definite will to propagate theatre amongst those of our countrymen who, baffled with the mind-boggling dazzle of the celluloid world and caught in the more recent onslaught of the satellite television have been gradually weaned away from the great traditions of Indian theatre.




V.V.Guggari 12/28/2011                         I become an artist but there was a feeling of incompleteness in me then I realized that there is a sculptor yet to be disclosed out of me and then I decided to those scenes that create impact on my mind positively, one fine day that come on canvas in different colors assimilating with the thought that, our surrounding is made up of 5 basic elements earth, water, fire, air and space and each one has its own color to express itself and my paintings have these all 5 elements in symbolic forms and respective colors. I produce a fine composition of all ethics of paintings such texture, line, forms, figures, application, color themes. I try to get beauty in figures of my paintings. 12/28/2011
 



Kanika And Nilakshi                         Kanika
The designer behind the brand, Kanelle, Kanika Jain was born and brought up in Delhi. Having spent her early years in the capital where she completed her schooling and went on to pursue a Bachelor’s in Business Administration degree. But it was London that honed her design sensibilities where she moved in order to pursue a Master’s degree in Marketing and then went on to study Fashion at the London College of Fashion. “My time in LCF taught me to be more receptive to the world. I learnt that art, creativity and style is widespread and can be seen in any and every possible thing around you,” she says. A firm believer in “everyday fashion”, she avers fashion is all about “one's attitude to carry off whatever they wear. Only Clothes don’t make fashion. Fashion is art, style, and creativity. It is important for people to feel stylish yet comfortable in what they wear. There should always be a feel-good factor attached.”

Nilakshi
Nilakshi Idnani believes in wearing your Style - it'll become a fashion statement in itself!
A graduate from Symbiosis Center for Management Studies (BBA), after finishing her MBA, she took up a Course at the renowned FAD International to follow her dream exploring and experimenting with fabrics, shades and hues of colours, and design.
Not one to let the grass grow under her feet, she took the opportunity to be a part of the London Fashion Week 2010 which was followed by a couple of Fashion shows in Pune. Today, she runs her own special place where she "patches two fabrics together and create an everlasting relationship."
The Store, "Nilakkshi I" is named after her and has been successfully running for over a year now and she says she has bigger dreams lined up.
"For me, an outfit needs to have that one special element, that one charm, that one elegance to strike one's eye. It should make a person want to turn around and take a second look!"
1/7/2012

Amruta And Yogini 12/17/2011 12/17/2011             AMRUTA
My paintings are based on Moods of Relaxation Nowadays this competitive world is driving everyones life.There is high level of stress in modern society. Everyone gets stressed out with a such a life style. So everyone needs a break to relax. People find different ways to relax themselves, like with a warm cup of tea or coffee , good relaxing music, etc. All my paintings depicts such relaxation; people choose in their day to day life.
YOGINI
Through my paintings I have tried to show Effects of Globalization on todays generation.People are becoming selfish and introverted. People are moving away from each other. In this situation cultural bond is one thing which can hold this people together. This is the *power of culture* in today environment. Even though lots of communication facilities are available, they are *getting disconnected from themselves*. There are very few moments when one tries to look inside of own mind.

Amruta And Yogini 12/16/2011 12/16/2011             AMRUTA
My paintings are based on Moods of Relaxation Nowadays this competitive world is driving everyones life.There is high level of stress in modern society. Everyone gets stressed out with a such a life style. So everyone needs a break to relax. People find different ways to relax themselves, like with a warm cup of tea or coffee , good relaxing music, etc. All my paintings depicts such relaxation; people choose in their day to day life.
YOGINI
Through my paintings I have tried to show Effects of Globalization on todays generation.People are becoming selfish and introverted. People are moving away from each other. In this situation cultural bond is one thing which can hold this people together. This is the *power of culture* in today environment. Even though lots of communication facilities are available, they are *getting disconnected from themselves*. There are very few moments when one tries to look inside of own mind.

Ramchandra Kharatmal 11/12/2011 11/12/2011             Ramachandra Kharatmal, is a realist of immense ability to represent forms and shapes in all their glories when viewed against a fixed source of light. His colours are rich and abundant. He expresses his ironies with the contrasts and juxtaposition of colours and images. He has unbelievable control over the contours of the human form. He has this ability to express subtle messages through the image of a mere pair of old hands. Brevity of his imagery is his forte but the same is camouflaged by the richness of his colours.
Widely exhibited all over India, abroad and winner of National Award, State Award and many Honour?s. His Painting Collections many companies, artist, museums, institutions & academies, Personal Collections in India and Abroad. Ramachandra has taken it upon himself to be a messenger of the realities of life through his paintings. His use of the quilt theme is of notable mention. The image of quilt for Ramachandra is an image of warmth but the very construction of this quilt is what forms the backbone of Ramachandra's imagery.
Ramachandra fills them with unique colours and patterns which are suggestive of the time and enhance the imagery of his painting. Such is the impact of his paintings that the viewer is left with a lasting impression long after he has left watching Ramachandra's work.
Of late, Ramachandra has developed this quilt series of paintings and taken them to another level altogether. He has now used this quilt theme to express human love between man and woman. The pursuit of Radha and Krishna type of eternal love are expressed in the imagery of Ramachandra. The male in blue and female in earthy colour sleeping blissfully under the colourful quilt is a very subtle image expressing the quest for true love by man.
  






Ramchandra Kharatmal 11/11/2011 11/11/2011                Ramachandra Kharatmal, is a realist of immense ability to represent forms and shapes in all their glories when viewed against a fixed source of light. His colours are rich and abundant. He expresses his ironies with the contrasts and juxtaposition of colours and images. He has unbelievable control over the contours of the human form. He has this ability to express subtle messages through the image of a mere pair of old hands. Brevity of his imagery is his forte but the same is camouflaged by the richness of his colours.
Widely exhibited all over India, abroad and winner of National Award, State Award and many Honour?s. His Painting Collections many companies, artist, museums, institutions & academies, Personal Collections in India and Abroad. Ramachandra has taken it upon himself to be a messenger of the realities of life through his paintings. His use of the quilt theme is of notable mention. The image of quilt for Ramachandra is an image of warmth but the very construction of this quilt is what forms the backbone of Ramachandra's imagery.
Ramachandra fills them with unique colours and patterns which are suggestive of the time and enhance the imagery of his painting. Such is the impact of his paintings that the viewer is left with a lasting impression long after he has left watching Ramachandra's work.
Of late, Ramachandra has developed this quilt series of paintings and taken them to another level altogether. He has now used this quilt theme to express human love between man and woman. The pursuit of Radha and Krishna type of eternal love are expressed in the imagery of Ramachandra. The male in blue and female in earthy colour sleeping blissfully under the colourful quilt is a very subtle image expressing the quest for true love by man.
V.V.Guggari 11/5/2011 11/5/2011                I become an artist but there was a feeling of incompleteness in me then I realized that there is a sculptor yet to be disclosed out of me and then I decided to those scenes that create impact on my mind positively, one fine day that come on canvas in different colors assimilating with the thought that, our surrounding is made up of 5 basic elements earth, water, fire, air and space and each one has its own color to express itself and my paintings have these all 5 elements in symbolic forms and respective colors. I produce a fine composition of all ethics of paintings such texture, line, forms, figures, application, color themes. I try to get beauty in figures of my paintings.



V.V.Guggari 11/4/2011 11/4/2011                I become an artist but there was a feeling of incompleteness in me then I realized that there is a sculptor yet to be disclosed out of me and then I decided to those scenes that create impact on my mind positively, one fine day that come on canvas in different colors assimilating with the thought that, our surrounding is made up of 5 basic elements earth, water, fire, air and space and each one has its own color to express itself and my paintings have these all 5 elements in symbolic forms and respective colors. I produce a fine composition of all ethics of paintings such texture, line, forms, figures, application, color themes. I try to get beauty in figures of my paintings.
 

   










Bhaskar Mamdolu 10/15/2011 10/15/2011                   I grew up in Solapur, a historical city of artist, M.F. Hussein, Yalla-Dasi, Almelkar etc., they are my idol. I got inspired from my mom, she encourages me to paint. I completed my education in G.D.Arts in Solapur and my diploma in “Bharati Vidyapitha Kala Mahavidyalaya”, with 1st class 1st rank.

In my education period I started participating in many art competitions. I won my 1st award which is ‘Lalit Kala Academy’s “Kalaratna Puraskar”. Soon after that, I won many state awards as well college annual award every year.

I have been working as freelance artist for the past 7 yrs. During this time, I have held 6-7 solo as well 3-5 group shows. Also 3 demonstrations in “Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya” and “Bharati Vidyapitha Kala Mahavidyalaya Pune ” and “Bharati Vidyapitha School Solapur.”
I prefer working with all types of medium i.e. Oil, Acrylic Water colors, Charcoal etc.. Mostly I try to use rich colors in simple harmony. Instead of following a single Subject, Theme, or Style, I work on various different paintings, depending on my moods. My paintings reflect my perception of life, expression, Individuality and Interpretation of the world around me.

Bhaskar Mamdolu 10/14/2011 10/14/2011                   I grew up in Solapur, a historical city of artist, M.F. Hussein, Yalla-Dasi, Almelkar etc., they are my idol. I got inspired from my mom, she encourages me to paint. I completed my education in G.D.Arts in Solapur and my diploma in “Bharati Vidyapitha Kala Mahavidyalaya”, with 1st class 1st rank.

In my education period I started participating in many art competitions. I won my 1st award which is ‘Lalit Kala Academy’s “Kalaratna Puraskar”. Soon after that, I won many state awards as well college annual award every year.

I have been working as freelance artist for the past 7 yrs. During this time, I have held 6-7 solo as well 3-5 group shows. Also 3 demonstrations in “Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya” and “Bharati Vidyapitha Kala Mahavidyalaya Pune ” and “Bharati Vidyapitha School Solapur.”
I prefer working with all types of medium i.e. Oil, Acrylic Water colors, Charcoal etc.. Mostly I try to use rich colors in simple harmony. Instead of following a single Subject, Theme, or Style, I work on various different paintings, depending on my moods. My paintings reflect my perception of life, expression, Individuality and Interpretation of the world around me.




Tain Evening In Dubai II 10/1/2011                  TAIN, is hosting a Yacht Event , in Dubai on the Xclusive II, October 1st 2011. “TAIN Evenings” are a series of exclusive events that foster intimate and meaningful interaction, which are designed specifically for individuals & families. Each “TAIN Evening” has an elite guest list of invitees. This is to ensure that the events are small, intimate in nature and TAIN personnel are able to mingle with each invitee in person. The invitees are chosen with great care to ensure that they are interested in the theme of the particular “TAIN Evenings” and can participate in an invigorative interaction, so it is a meaningful and rich experience for both invitees and TAIN.

The yacht has a large fly bridge area which allows for all the great views or it can also be used for a reception area for you and your guests. There is a BBQ on top and a comfortable seating area where you and your guests have plenty of room to relax or if you are having a party, there's plenty of room to dance

The main deck area can be seen either as a restaurant layout or that of a conference. It has a great ambience to it and is extremely cosy. Whether it be to lounge around watching music videos on our fine-looking plasma screens or a professional conference set up, the Gulf Craft 85 is perfect for all of your needs.


Tain Evening In Dubai I 9/30/2011                  TAIN, is hosting a Yacht Event , in Dubai on the Xclusive II, September 30th 2011. “TAIN Evenings” are a series of exclusive events that foster intimate and meaningful interaction, which are designed specifically for individuals & families. Each “TAIN Evening” has an elite guest list of invitees. This is to ensure that the events are small, intimate in nature and TAIN personnel are able to mingle with each invitee in person. The invitees are chosen with great care to ensure that they are interested in the theme of the particular “TAIN Evenings” and can participate in an invigorative interaction, so it is a meaningful and rich experience for both invitees and TAIN.

The yacht has a large fly bridge area which allows for all the great views or it can also be used for a reception area for you and your guests. There is a BBQ on top and a comfortable seating area where you and your guests have plenty of room to relax or if you are having a party, there's plenty of room to dance

The main deck area can be seen either as a restaurant layout or that of a conference. It has a great ambience to it and is extremely cosy. Whether it be to lounge around watching music videos on our fine-looking plasma screens or a professional conference set up, the Gulf Craft 85 is perfect for all of your needs.







Dinkar Jadhav 9/23/2011 9/23/2011                  I was born into a humble family that hails from Jadhavwadi – a tiny village in Pune District, in the State of Maharashtra, India. As a child, most of my toys were earthen objects – this connection with the Earth was to be a continuous source of inspiration for me in the future.

After my schooling I joined the Kala Vishwa Mahavidyalaya at Sangli. Later, I moved to the Abhinava Kala Vidyalaya, Pune. During my student days our library opened the doors for me to the vast world of Art, through books and paintings.

As my passion for painting was growing, I came across a book about JMW Turner, the world master landscape painter. His work touched a chord in me. My soul yearned to follow in his footsteps and develop my own style. As I gathered more knowledge I began working in Impasto. The play of light and shade in Nature had always appealed to me. I felt that painting was nothing but trying to capture Nature’s melodies in colours, light and shadows. I consider myself to be a ‘realist’ but I do not try to imitate or copy Nature. I paint objects as patches of colour, but the forms are abstract. To me, this abstraction is creativity. Nature provides me with inspiration to express my inner vision, which I feel is art. The artist in me derives immense satisfaction when I paint this way.AWARDS : The Bombay Art Society 2009 Art Society of India 2009 V.V. Oak Award Pune2009 State Art Award For Poartrait Painting 1995 Best Landscape Annual Awards 1991, 92,93,94 1st. Annual Award for Sketching 1990



Dinkar Jadhav 9/24/2011 9/24/2011                  I was born into a humble family that hails from Jadhavwadi – a tiny village in Pune District, in the State of Maharashtra, India. As a child, most of my toys were earthen objects – this connection with the Earth was to be a continuous source of inspiration for me in the future.

After my schooling I joined the Kala Vishwa Mahavidyalaya at Sangli. Later, I moved to the Abhinava Kala Vidyalaya, Pune. During my student days our library opened the doors for me to the vast world of Art, through books and paintings.

As my passion for painting was growing, I came across a book about JMW Turner, the world master landscape painter. His work touched a chord in me. My soul yearned to follow in his footsteps and develop my own style. As I gathered more knowledge I began working in Impasto. The play of light and shade in Nature had always appealed to me. I felt that painting was nothing but trying to capture Nature’s melodies in colours, light and shadows. I consider myself to be a ‘realist’ but I do not try to imitate or copy Nature. I paint objects as patches of colour, but the forms are abstract. To me, this abstraction is creativity. Nature provides me with inspiration to express my inner vision, which I feel is art. The artist in me derives immense satisfaction when I paint this way.AWARDS : The Bombay Art Society 2009 Art Society of India 2009 V.V. Oak Award Pune2009 State Art Award For Poartrait Painting 1995 Best Landscape Annual Awards 1991, 92,93,94 1st. Annual Award for Sketching 1990



TAIN EVENINGS: Painting16 9/17/2011                  Ramachandra Kharatmal, is a realist of immense ability to represent forms and shapes in all their glories when viewed against a fixed source of light. His colours are rich and abundant. He expresses his ironies with the contrasts and juxtaposition of colours and images. He has unbelievable control over the contours of the human form. He has this ability to express subtle messages through the image of a mere pair of old hands. Brevity of his imagery is his forte but the same is camouflaged by the richness of his colours.
Widely exhibited all over India, abroad and winner of National Award, State Award and many Honour?s. His Painting Collections many companies, artist, museums, institutions & academies, Personal Collections in India and Abroad. Ramachandra has taken it upon himself to be a messenger of the realities of life through his paintings. His use of the quilt theme is of notable mention. The image of quilt for Ramachandra is an image of warmth but the very construction of this quilt is what forms the backbone of Ramachandra's imagery.
Ramachandra fills them with unique colours and patterns which are suggestive of the time and enhance the imagery of his painting. Such is the impact of his paintings that the viewer is left with a lasting impression long after he has left watching Ramachandra's work.
Of late, Ramachandra has developed this quilt series of paintings and taken them to another level altogether. He has now used this quilt theme to express human love between man and woman. The pursuit of Radha and Krishna type of eternal love are expressed in the imagery of Ramachandra. The male in blue and female in earthy colour sleeping blissfully under the colourful quilt is a very subtle image expressing the quest for true love by man.


TAIN EVENINGS: Painting15 9/16/2011                  Ramachandra Kharatmal, is a realist of immense ability to represent forms and shapes in all their glories when viewed against a fixed source of light. His colours are rich and abundant. He expresses his ironies with the contrasts and juxtaposition of colours and images. He has unbelievable control over the contours of the human form. He has this ability to express subtle messages through the image of a mere pair of old hands. Brevity of his imagery is his forte but the same is camouflaged by the richness of his colours.
Widely exhibited all over India, abroad and winner of National Award, State Award and many Honour?s. His Painting Collections many companies, artist, museums, institutions & academies, Personal Collections in India and Abroad. Ramachandra has taken it upon himself to be a messenger of the realities of life through his paintings. His use of the quilt theme is of notable mention. The image of quilt for Ramachandra is an image of warmth but the very construction of this quilt is what forms the backbone of Ramachandra's imagery.
Ramachandra fills them with unique colours and patterns which are suggestive of the time and enhance the imagery of his painting. Such is the impact of his paintings that the viewer is left with a lasting impression long after he has left watching Ramachandra's work.
Of late, Ramachandra has developed this quilt series of paintings and taken them to another level altogether. He has now used this quilt theme to express human love between man and woman. The pursuit of Radha and Krishna type of eternal love are expressed in the imagery of Ramachandra. The male in blue and female in earthy colour sleeping blissfully under the colourful quilt is a very subtle image expressing the quest for true love by man.





TAIN EVENINGS: Mix Media6 4/9/2011                  Due to my fathers transferable jobs, I grew up in very different environments in various parts of India and I began to assimilate these different forms as a kid. These thoughts inspire me to imagine my own perspective using various forms of art, that seems to have universal appeal. I paint & decorate my work accordingly, without getting focussed on a single form of art.

After my children grew up and their studies, this hobby turned into passion and became the turning point in my life. My wonderful and creative journey as an artist began. I have participated in various group exhibitions.

Over the course of my journey, I have added various mediums and media to my repertoire. In addition to using oil colors for realistic painting, I decorate these by using semi precious stones, embossing and other objects, to appeal to eyes as "live" or “talking” paintings.
My work is a blend of creativity and art and is traditional as well as contemporary.

Recently, I have started using vibrant colours, embossing & stone work on various pots & statues and it is very much appreciated.





TAIN EVENINGS: Mix Media5 4/8/2011                   Due to my fathers transferable jobs, I grew up in very different environments in various parts of India and I began to assimilate these different forms as a kid. These thoughts inspire me to imagine my own perspective using various forms of art, that seems to have universal appeal. I paint & decorate my work accordingly, without getting focussed on a single form of art.

After my children grew up and their studies, this hobby turned into passion and became the turning point in my life. My wonderful and creative journey as an artist began. I have participated in various group exhibitions.

Over the course of my journey, I have added various mediums and media to my repertoire. In addition to using oil colors for realistic painting, I decorate these by using semi precious stones, embossing and other objects, to appeal to eyes as "live" or “talking” paintings.
My work is a blend of creativity and art and is traditional as well as contemporary.

Recently, I have started using vibrant colours, embossing & stone work on various pots & statues and it is very much appreciated.





TAIN EVENINGS: Painting12 4/2/2011                   Giram Sujit Prakashrao has been painting for many years today, and is an artist whose preferred medium of expression is acrylic on canvas. Having completed his education in art from Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, and a gold medalist at the 12th Kalavart International Art Festival in Ujjain, Sujit's favourite subject to depict is rural India.\r\n\r\nHaving been born and brought up in the countryside, Sujit has seen villages across India closely and knows them intimately. His depiction of village life, while being accurate, is also filled with subtle reminders to city folk about the peaceful and relaxing village life they miss out on.\r\n\r\nBetween 2006 and 2010, Sujit had participated in the Abhinava Mahavidyalaya annual art exhibition in Pune, and had been awarded the annual first prize in 2007. In 2008, he exhibited his work during the monsoon art show at Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai.

TAIN EVENINGS: Painting11 4/1/2011                   Giram Sujit Prakashrao has been painting for many years today, and is an artist whose preferred medium of expression is acrylic on canvas. Having completed his education in art from Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, and a gold medalist at the 12th Kalavart International Art Festival in Ujjain, Sujit's favourite subject to depict is rural India.\r\n\r\nHaving been born and brought up in the countryside, Sujit has seen villages across India closely and knows them intimately. His depiction of village life, while being accurate, is also filled with subtle reminders to city folk about the peaceful and relaxing village life they miss out on.\r\n\r\nBetween 2006 and 2010, Sujit had participated in the Abhinava Mahavidyalaya annual art exhibition in Pune, and had been awarded the annual first prize in 2007. In 2008, he exhibited his work during the monsoon art show at Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai.\r\n




          
I am TAIN      Contact TAIN

  Property Country
   
City Location Currency Minimum      Maximum        SEARCH PROPERTY
   
 
































































                                   
                  OTHER VENTURES                         FEATURED ARTIST
      
<June 2017>
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
28293031123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
2526272829301
2345678
FOLLOW TAIN ON                                       
  ;
EVENT CALENDAR        
           
  NEWS
   
29 June 2017


 
Pune   Tain Square            AVAILABLE Status




















Cluj Napoca       



250 Days TAIN Located at Buna Ziua in Cluj Napoca, Romania.
PLANNING











TAIN
  Goa PLANNING   -1489 Days Vagator is an attractive little bay between rocky headlands with a small
series of small beaches. It is adorned with the magnificent Chapora Fort
at its northern end and bordered by Anjuna Beach to the south. All these
together with the umbra of swaying palm trees, and black lava rocks makes
it a perfect surrounding for a peaceful living environment.

TAIN's residential project consists of open-plan minimalist design spaces,
which invite these excellent surroundings into its units. The design
focusses on the individual needs of each consumer, allowing them the
freedom to adapt the open-plan spaces provided as a blank canvas to let
their creativity flourish and customize their spaces to their individual
need.

Centered on your needs, TAIN is deliberately designed to represent the
owner's aspiration and value base. Unique interior and exteriors like no
beams, flat plate construction, and attention to detail is what has given
TAIN its unique edge.



 











   Belgaum


Located about 5 kms from the Express Highway on Bauxite Road, the property is about 7388 sq meters. Belgaum is a backbone to the auto ancillary units of Central and South India and the recent integrattion of facilities and proper infrastructure by State Government has given Belgaum the impetus it has needed to spur alternative growth engines besides trading.

To cater to Belagaum's aspiring and discerning clientele TAIN is to
introduce Belgaum to innovative concepts in design, construction, and
service.TAIN offers a different environment, catering to the emerging needs and desires of the global Indian.Centered on your needs, TAIN is deliberately designed to represent the owner's aspiration and value base. Unique
interior and exteriors like no beams, flat plate constructions, shell roof
and attention to details is what gives TAIN its unique edge



   -1470 Days PLANNING TAIN










































       








          


Disclaimer    SiteMap Privacy Policy Best viewed in resolution 1024x768
      
          Featured Property
      
     
     2:31:00 PM GMT 7:01:00 PM IST