Saturday, February 18, 2012

BONSAI EXHIBITION

Attention : Bonsai lovers
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BODHI - THE CHENNAI BONSAI ASSOCIATION
&
INDO - JAPAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY*
(IJCCI)

cordially invite you to a

BONSAI EXHIBITION


Date : February 28 to March 2, 2012
Venue : IJCCI premises, K.B.Dasan Road, Teynampet, Chennai 18
Time : 10 00 am to 5 00 pm

ALL ARE WELCOME
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* In commemoration of 60th Anniversary of
Indo - Japan Diplomatic Relations
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13 comments:

  1. Hi All,

    Today I have visited with My Bonsai Friend Mr.Kannan. The Presentation is very good. We liked it very mush. We get an idea about the various bonsai styles and trees.

    Thanks for the Bonsai owners.

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  2. Thank you for the interest shown in coming to our exhibition .

    We have not met your after the jan monthly meeting .

    Our next meeting is on Mar 10th at the same park . Please do attend

    Regards
    Satya

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  3. Thank you for the interest shown in coming to our exhibition .

    We have not met your after the jan monthly meeting .

    Our next meeting is on Mar 10th at the same park . Please do attend

    Regards
    Satya

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  4. Hi Iam Anku, I am a beginner and would like to know more about bonsai. Please let me know whom I can contact in this regard. Will you be conducting any workshop in the recent future where I can attend and learn more on this subject?

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  5. Great to know you are a keen beginner. If you are in chennai , you can join our association . You can meet us on mar 10th at the children's park on spurtank road in chetpet , chennai. Bodhi members will meet there at 2.30 pm and the meeting will finish by 4 pm .

    Our association has both senior & junior bonsai enthusiasts. We help each other and we benefit from the workshops that are conducted by the club once or twice in a year .

    Please mark your calendar and visit us at the park on Mar 10th. . Our guest fees are Rs 100/- per meeting . This will be waived if you join as a member by paying rs 1100/-..

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    1. thank you for your reply, looking forward to meeting you on march 10th.
      regards/Anku

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  6. hai vinod here .i have nil knowledge about bonsai . but recently saw a programmme on bonsai by dr.yogesh in some channel.i liked it and very much interested .being a beginner i would like to know how to get enrolled .morever i would like to know the cost details so that it might help me in advance .plese do let me know .

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    1. Hi Vinod.

      You can join our association by meeting us on mar 10th at the Children's park , Spurtank Road , Chetpet , chennai . We will give you an enrollment form and it will cost you Rs 100/- registration and Rs 1000/- annual membership .

      Secretary
      Bodhi Bonsai Association

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  7. how often do u conduct classes.

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  8. maybe Once or Twice in a year

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  9. said that classes are conducted once or twice a year , how can one learn the art just in 2 classes .is it possible .

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  10. You have to practice the art throughout the year on your own plants using the tips & techniques taught during such workshops. You must join an assoication to keep in touch with other Bonsai artist & to get continuous help & guidance. Bodhi meets once a month and that gives you the oppurtunity to share knowledge with other members watch new techniques demonstrated and tips discussed during these sessions . It is your enthusiasm to regularly keep in touch with the contacts you get at these workshops & association meetings that will help you learn . Option is yours to join Bodhi & network throughout the year or just stick to attending 2 classes only and hope to learn in thru these sessions only.

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  11. Hi to all the bodhis, I have been contemplating with the thought of learning the art of bonsai, however this feeling, of depriving the plant it's natural growth is causing me to think otherwise... Please let me know how ethical is the art of bonsai to nature and it's kind, is there any justification behind this art?

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