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General Gardening Course:
Bonsai Advance Course :
Intensive Bonsai Program :
INDIA-TAIWAN Friendship Week Programme.
Dates: 22nd, 23rd, 24th February, 2014.
Venue: National Sports Club of India (NSCI Main), Lala Lajpatrai Marg, Worli, Near Haji Ali, Mumbai 400018.
The Taiwanese masters are as folllow: Mr. Min Hsuan Lo, Mr. Ho Yung Yu and Mr. Shui Wan Ran.
The programme on all three days includes demonstrations in the morning followed by one-to-one workshops post Lunch.
The cost of registration for the three day event is Rs. 8000/- (inclusive of lunch/Tea-Coffee/Snacks) and for 1 day registration it is Rs. 3000/-.
The workshop charges will be Rs. 5000/- inclusive of the plant and wires.
Registration for the event is now open.
Please contact for further details:
Sujata Bhat - email@example.com
Jyoti Parekh - firstname.lastname@example.org
The All India Bonsai Convention & Exhibition was held at Vadodara (Guj.), India in November 2012.
Event was a grand success. 265 delegates from all over India attended and took advantage of the event.
Jyoti and Nikunj Parekh conducted Garden landscaping seminar for "Shubham Green" club from 30th November to 3rd December 2011. They created instant landscape for participants.
Special Bonsai displays were created by Parekhs and Chand Kejriwal during Bonsai meetings at Babulnath.
We had Bonsai exhibition in Borivali, in collaboration with Borivali Sanskruti Kendra. Along with the exhibition there were bonsai demonstrations for public and bonsai drawing art competition for children.
India-Taiwan Friendship Bonsai Events:|
India-Taiwan Friendship Bonsai Events held at Mumbai, Bangalore & Mysore cities from 22nd February upto 2nd March 2014. Demonstrations & workshops conducted by Min Hsuan Lo, Shiv Wen Ren, Yuching Yuan and Ho Yung Yu from Taiwan and Jyoti & Nikunj Parekh assited by Sujata Bhat from Mumbai.
New Techniques of grafting branches, root grafting and designing of miniature trees were shown. Nikunj & Jyoti Parekh designed a Surinam Cherry Bonsai and created Saikei of Serissas, Neabuxifolia, Juniperus chinensis with various stones.
All over India more than 350 people participated with the blessings of Swamiji Ganapathy Sachchidand of Avadhoot Datta Petham, Mysore.