"Now I feel there are an abundance of people, whom I can speak with due to
your online events,
and follow my passion.”
– Ms R Mukherjee, Support Elders Member
On the occasion of ‘International Day of Older Persons’, a panel discussion will be held to discuss essential topics such as Bone Health, Nutrition for Seniors, hearing and balance issues, as we age. A distinguished panel of experienced doctors Dr Anupam Biswas, ENT Surgeon, Kolkata, Dr Chandan Saha, medicine and hematology, Dr Kaninika Basu, clinical academician, both from Cambridge, UK will share their expertise in geriatric care.
Join us for this unique opportunity to connect, learn, and empower yourselves on the journey of aging gracefully.
An escape from the hustle bustle of the city to enjoy the scenic beauty at Taki. A tranquil haven nestled by the banks of the Ichamati River. Special attraction – delicious Bengali cuisine at Taki Sonar Bangla, especially Hilsa. A fantastic opportunity to unwind, connect with nature, friends and family.
A melodious evening was experienced by our members where some of our incredibly
talented members showcased their musical prowess from the soulful melodies of the esraj to
the enchanting tunes of the piano, synthesizer, sitar and the harmonious notes of the
mouth organ. It was really a musical extravaganza!
All the other members who witnessed these performances applauded them and appreciated
An evening for our members to express their gratitude towards their teachers. Some of our members shared their experiences of being a teacher. They spoke about the times when getting basic infrastructure was a struggle. The dedication and determination with which they worked to stabilise the institution, and nurture students for their betterment was praiseworthy.
During the post session discussion all members praised and applauded the participants. They even added their own experiences of their journey in educating others. Some of them also remembered their teachers with gratefulness for making them what they are today.
Mr. Mohit Ranadip, a Psychiatric Counselor, spoke about the wellness of the mind and the
close relation of it to the Bio-Psycho-Social model. He spoke about fundamentals of
individual wellbeing which depends on various factors related to genetics, physical health
and neurobiology. He spoke about social connect being necessary as loneliness can impact
During the post session discussion all members thanked him for explaining about mental
wellness and ways to keep themselves well. They asked their queries which were answered
patiently by Mr. Ranadip.
NURTURING AND SHARING THE JOY POETRY BRINGS
"The crown of literature is poetry" - W. Somerset Maugham
Our poetry-loving members meet every week to enjoy the beauty of the verse. While some enjoy reciting poems by well-known poets, there are others who pen poems and are thrilled to dig out their long-lost poems—poems that they had thought had lost their value over the years. But we know that good poetry is perennial.Watch Trailer
Come and join us to express your love for poetry every Thursday. Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
TOGETHERNESS AND CAMARADERIE
Storytelling and connecting are the essence of ‘Adda’ or ‘Gupshupp’ as we call it. For our Gupshupp Club members, it is a time of unadulterated fun when they delve into their memories of yore or are in splits over someone else’s story or talk on pre-decided topics or even sing songs. The feeling of togetherness and camaraderie is what makes them look forward to each meet.
Members have discussions on pre-decided topics, chosen by all participants, the previous week.Watch Trailer
Come join us every Tuesday on Google Meet. Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Organised every Monday 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., the SE-Lit Club members have a most enjoyable time discussing different genres of literature in different languages, the culture and ethos of different cities, mythology and much more.Watch Trailer
Come and join our SE Lit Club every Monday
Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Let Your Hearts Sing!Our Antakshari club members enjoy singing mixed with fun! They have to sing songs based on given prompts and retro movie clips or instrumental music is played and members need to identify the songs, the lyricist, music directors, the singers and so on.
Join these exciting sessions to brighten up your Monday mornings from 4:45 p.m. to 5.45 p.m and enjoy your Tuesday evenings from 4:45 p.m. to 5.45 p.m
When Music is the Food of Life
Organised every Wednesday 4.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. members love singing songs of their choice—different languages, from films and otherwise, Rabindra sangeet, Nazrul geeti, Bhojpuri, folksongs and so on.
Organised every Wednesday from 4.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.