Activity for Workshop EL4C37

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Thanks, Gita, The tutorials are informative and self instructional. I have not faced any difficulty in understanding so far. Of course at times i have to do certain things again till the idea is very clear. It's true practise makes one better and it is necessary to keep practising lest one forgets and lapses back into illiteracy. (Kalpana Gupte 08:01, 28 April 2010 (UTC))

Kalpanagupte (talk)08:01, 28 April 2010

Well said Kalpana. That's the spirit! You asked me about adding colours in the LIVE session. I would suggest that in addition to the tutorial, visit my userpage & see details & tips under sections 6 & 7. warm wishes--Gita Mathur 02:18, 29 April 2010 (UTC)

Gita Mathur (talk)02:18, 29 April 2010

I've seen your user page am fascinated. I shall try to add some colour too. Summer is the time for lovely bright colours. There are beautiful "bahawa" like yellow grapes and gulmohur and jacaranda and so many other trees in full bloom. Did you get to see "Flowers of the Sahyadri" by Shrikant Ingalhallikar? He is an amateur botanist but quite a professional. An engineer basically. (Kalpana Gupte 05:09, 3 May 2010 (UTC))

Kalpanagupte (talk)05:09, 3 May 2010

Yes Kalpana I have a copy of this beautiful book. Have you seen Trees of Delhi by Pradip Krishen? A lovely book.

Gita Mathur (talk)10:20, 3 May 2010

Sorry that i could not reply. No I haven't seen the book. It must be interesting. I shall try to lay my hands on a copy. Why do people plant varieties which are foreign? I had recently visited the Lotus Temple in Delhi and the heat was unbearable. Why do they have lawns which are so hard to maintain? Where is the water? Why not plant varieties of our own large shade giving trees, like Neem etc? --Kalpana Gupte 14:17, 11 May 2010 (UTC)

Kalpanagupte (talk)14:17, 11 May 2010