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DECOREX DESIGN SHOW

DESIGN SHOW IN UK


A vibrant selection of inspired trends will be showcased at KwaZulu-Natal’s premier décor, design and lifestyle exhibition, Decorex Durban 2018 co-sponsored by Plascon and Caesarstone, taking place at the Durban Exhibition Centre from 21 to 25 March 2018.

Echoing the province’s serene lifestyle, the four-day expo encourages a tranquil, calm living space which provides a comforting retreat away from the fast-paced world. Themed “Make your space your living dream”, visitors will have access to a variety of globally influenced designs and trends which have been localised to suit the South African home.

Decorex, the UK’s leading destination for interior design, took place this September on the historic grounds of Syon Park, as the opening destination of the London Design Festival. Featuring more than 400 of the most recognised and emerging exhibitor’s world-wide, including rising numbers of new participants, this esteemed event is the only one of its kind for the high-end interiors market. The show’s 2017 edition  included a number of notable feature spaces and will see the return of Future Heritage: the acclaimed display of work by some of the leading emerging names in British craft. Curated by renowned design and applied arts critic, Corinne Julius, Future Heritage will feature new work exclusively commissioned for the show. This year makers will include designers Helen Carnac, David Gates, Simon Hassan, Merel Karhof and Marc Trotereau, and Naomi McIntosh. A packed programme of insightful talks featuring the industry’s influencers will cover all aspects of design, including craft, lighting, hotels, global projects and for the younger designers, a session on how to grow your own business. Some exciting new formats wasalso featured this year.


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Patterns In Nature

Natural Design Patterns

Patterns in nature are visible regularities of form found in the natural world. These patterns recur in different contexts and can sometimes be modelled mathematically. Natural patterns include symmetries, trees, spirals, meanders, waves, foams, tessellations, cracks and stripes. Early Greek philosophers studied pattern, with Plato, Pythagoras and Empedocles attempting to explain order in nature. The modern understanding of visible patterns developed gradually over time.

Mathematics, physics and chemistry can explain patterns in nature at different levels. Patterns in living things are explained by the biological processes of natural selection and sexual selection. Studies of pattern formation make use of computer models to simulate a wide range of patterns.

(Source Wikipedia)

Examples Of Patterns In Nature

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Some Important Dance Forms Of India

Classical & Folk Dances Of India


Dance is an ancient and celebrated cultural tradition in India. Folk dances abound all across the country, and huge crowds of people can be found dancing at festivals and weddings. Dance and song features heavily in Indian cinema (so-called “Bollywood” films), too. But where does Indian dance draw its roots from? Here are six of the most important classical dance forms of India.

Bharatanatyam

Bharatanatyam is a dance of Tamil Nadu in southern India. It traces its origins back to the Natyashastra, an ancient treatise on theatre written by the mythic priest Bharata. Originally a temple dance for women, bharatanatyam often is used to express Hindu religious stories and devotions. It was not commonly seen on the public stage until the 20th century. The dance movements are characterized by bent legs, while feet keep rhythm. Hands may be used in a series of mudras, or symbolic hand gestures, to tell a story.

Kathakali

Kathakali comes from southwestern India, around the state of Kerala. Like bharatanatyam, kathakali is a religious dance. It draws inspiration from the Ramayana and stories from Shaiva traditions. Kathakali is traditionally performed by boys and men, even for female roles. The costumes and makeup are especially elaborate, with faces made to look like painted masks and enormous headdresses.

Kathak

A dance of northern India, Kathak is often a dance of love. It is performed by both men and women. The movements include intricate footwork accented by bells worn around the ankles and stylized gestures adapted from normal body language. It was originated by Kathakas, professional storytellers who used a mixture of dance, song, and drama. Like other Indian dances it began as a temple dance, but soon moved into the courts of ruling houses.

Manipuri

Manipuri comes from Manipur in northeastern India. It has its roots in that state’s folk traditions and rituals, and often depicts scenes from the life of the god Krishna. Unlike some of the other, more rhythmic dances, Manipuri is characterized by smooth and graceful movements. Female roles are especially fluid in the arms and hands, while male roles tend to have more forceful movements. The dance may be accompanied by narrative chanting and choral singing.

Kuchipudi

Unlike the other styles mentioned, kuchipudi requires talent in both dancing and singing. This dance, from the state of Andhra Pradesh in southeastern India, is highly ritualized, with a formalized song-and-dance introduction, sprinkling of holy water, and burning of incense, along with invocations of goddesses. Traditionally the dance was performed by men, even the female roles, although now it is predominantly performed by women.

Odissi

Odissi is indigenous to Orissa in eastern India. It is predominantly a dance for women, with postures that replicate those found in temple sculptures. Based on archaeological findings, odissi is belived to be the oldest of the surviving Indian classical dances. Odissi is a very complex and expressive dance, with over fifty mudras (symbolic hand gestures) commonly used.

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Type of Question: The question of Mathematics & General Aptitude will be multiple choice questions and Part B will be answered on A4 size drawing sheets.
No. of Questions: Total 60 questions will be asked in the examination.
Total Marks: The question paper will be of 200 marks.
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B.ARCH JEE PAPER II & NATA COACHING CRASH BATCH 2018

Dear Student,

The details for the crash batch for JEE Paper II & NATA is as below:
·  Classroom coaching from 23rd March To 1st April
·  Online coaching classes from 2nd April to 22nd April 
·  Classroom coaching and computerised NATA tests from 23rd April to 28th April 
·  Duration of Classroom Classes 4 hours each
·  Online classes will involve periodical Mock tests (online) and study schedule (fixed time) and homework submission.
Fees: Rs 35,000/- (one time payment)
Includes all study materials, stationary, 12 year JEE Paper solving, 10 computerised Mock Tests for NATA Exam. 

Address : H 1482, 1ST Floor, CR Park, New Delhi 110019 ( 5 min auto drive from Nehru Place Metro Station or Govindpuri Metro Station/ landmark- Market 2 of CR Park)

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