Camping: New Forest – Avon Tyrrell

Camping: New Forest – Avon Tyrrell

Saturday, May 4, 2019, 3:00 PM

9 Members Attending

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MitraUK returns to Avon Tyrrel for the first bank holiday in May 2019.
The last time we were here was in 2009 and a lot at the site has changed.

The plan:

Arrive Saturday 4th May, leave Monday 6th of May.
Enjoy the site, have a BBQ and do some exploring and enjoy the New Forest. Check in is at 3pm, check out is at 10am.

I have booked the Lake East Area. I have uploaded the map below

The prices can be found at
https://www.avontyrrell.org.uk/uploaded/2018_Price_List_2_.pdf

For those of you that have never been camping, I posted this article on the MitraUK Website with all the things you need to think about
http://www.mitrauk.org/2013/01/try-out-camping/

To book the pitch use the following link
https://www.pitchup.com/campsites/England/South_East/Hampshire/Bransgore/avon-tyrrell-outdoor-activity-centre/

Use the filter for the dates and pitch type of Tent and Bell Tent.
I chose the non-electric grass pitch – waterside (this one lets you park the car next to your tent)

If you want to you can also book the Ready to Go pitch (called Escape Rental Tent) where you bring your equipment (except for the tent). It is more expensive but might be good for those of you that want to try it out before in equipment.

When you book the tent, let them know you are part of the MitraUK group.

If you have any questions please post them on the event discussion area.
Sign up here when you have booked your pitch.

Theatre: Marathi Play: Ek Lagnachi Pudchi Goshta

Theatre: Marathi Play: Ek Lagnachi Pudchi Goshta

Sunday, Mar 10, 2019, 1:30 PM

3 Members Attending

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Presented by Charuta Entertainments

Taking a cue from modern-day marital situations, writer-director Advait Dadarkar presents a story of Manisha and Manoj’s life from premarital to post-marital days. While the setup is modern, the traditional values are retained, making this sequel of the hugely popular play Eka Lagnachi Goshta a laugh riot. The play unfolds in a series of hilarious situations and some clever lines. Prashant and Kavita are effortless and the pair’s chemistry is easy and crackling. And yes, the popular songs Hi pari asmani and Sukh mhanje nakki kay asta too feature in the play, much to the audience’s delight, making Eka Lagnachi Pudhchi Goshta a must watch.

Running Time: 2 Hours 30 minutes (Interval 30 Minutes)

Please RSVP Yes if you are interested in attending, whether you have bought a ticket or not and then answer the question to indicate which tickets you have bought and paid for, or which tickets you would like.

Tickets are priced as follows
£75(Meet and Greet);
£50 (sold out)
£40
£25 (sold out)

All seats currently available

Contact Information for the event

Harshwardhan Soman – 07534547800
Charuta Soman – 07760635237
Email: info@charutaentertainments.com

Bookings are by phone (no online bookings)
Terms: No refunds or cancellations of the ticket.

If you have any questions about the event please contact Charuta Entertainments by email or post a question on the discussion to the event.

We will keep the discussion updated with the availability on each event.

Theatre: Marathi Play: Ek Lagnachi Pudchi Goshta

Theatre: Marathi Play: Ek Lagnachi Pudchi Goshta

Saturday, Mar 9, 2019, 1:30 PM

1 Members Attending

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Presented by Charuta Entertainments

Taking a cue from modern-day marital situations, writer-director Advait Dadarkar presents a story of Manisha and Manoj’s life from premarital to post-marital days. While the setup is modern, the traditional values are retained, making this sequel of the hugely popular play Eka Lagnachi Goshta a laugh riot. The play unfolds in a series of hilarious situations and some clever lines. Prashant and Kavita are effortless and the pair’s chemistry is easy and crackling. And yes, the popular songs Hi pari asmani and Sukh mhanje nakki kay asta too feature in the play, much to the audience’s delight, making Eka Lagnachi Pudhchi Goshta a must watch.

Running Time: 2 Hours 30 minutes (Interval 30 Minutes)

Please RSVP Yes if you are interested in attending, whether you have bought a ticket or not and then answer the question to indicate which tickets you have bought and paid for, or which tickets you would like.

Tickets are priced as follows
£75(Meet and Greet);
£50
£40
£25

All seats currently available

Contact Information for the event

Harshwardhan Soman – 07534547800
Charuta Soman – 07760635237
Email: info@charutaentertainments.com

Bookings are by phone (no online bookings)
Terms: No refunds or cancellations of the ticket.

If you have any questions about the event please contact Charuta Entertainments by email or post a question on the discussion to the event.

We will keep the discussion updated with the availability on each event.

MitraUK Event: Venison Butchery

Venison Butchery

Saturday, Mar 9, 2019, 10:30 AM

2 Members Attending

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Friends of mine run Tinder Sticks. For those of you that have eaten meat and wondered how it is prepared, you can join us for a day learning about local wild deer and their management.

Discover how to skin and butcher a carcass in a woodland setting. Enjoy a venison filled lunch and take home some meat for your freezer.

For over 18’s only

For information please visit

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/venison-workshop-butchery-and-outdoor-cooking-tickets-54303691804

The cost of the event is £112.52

Theatre: Marathi Play: Ek Lagnachi Pudchi Goshta

Theatre: Marathi Play: Ek Lagnachi Pudchi Goshta

Friday, Mar 8, 2019, 7:30 PM

1 Members Attending

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Presented by Charuta Entertainments

Taking a cue from modern-day marital situations, writer-director Advait Dadarkar presents a story of Manisha and Manoj’s life from premarital to post-marital days. While the setup is modern, the traditional values are retained, making this sequel of the hugely popular play Eka Lagnachi Goshta a laugh riot. The play unfolds in a series of hilarious situations and some clever lines. Prashant and Kavita are effortless and the pair’s chemistry is easy and crackling. And yes, the popular songs Hi pari asmani and Sukh mhanje nakki kay asta too feature in the play, much to the audience’s delight, making Eka Lagnachi Pudhchi Goshta a must watch.

Running Time: 2 Hours 30 minutes (Interval 30 Minutes)

Please RSVP Yes if you are interested in attending, whether you have bought a ticket or not and then answer the question to indicate which tickets you have bought and paid for, or which tickets you would like.

Tickets are priced as follows
£50(Meet and Greet);
£30
£20

Contact Information for the event

Harshwardhan Soman – 07534547800
Charuta Soman – 07760635237
Email: info@charutaentertainments.com

Bookings are by phone (no online bookings)
Terms: No refunds or cancellations of the ticket.

If you have any questions about the event please contact Charuta Entertainments by email or post a question on the discussion to the event.

We will keep the discussion updated with the availability on each event.

Historical Tour Associated with Freedom Fighters

Godbole Kaka runs a Historical Tour Associated with Freedom Fighters

You start from Euston Square station and visit the house where Mazzini, the Italian freedom fighter lived in exile during Italy’s freedom struggle against the Austrians. His life greatly inspired Veer Savarkar. From here we visit the following places :-

(1) University College London.
Madanlal Dhingra studied for Diploma in Civil Engineering in this college. He shot and killed Sir Curzon Wyllie in 1909.

(2) House in Highgate of Shyamji Krishnavarma.
He offered a scholarship to Savarkar.

(3) House where Veer Savarkar lived (1906-09).- This was India House

LUNCH BREAK

(4) House where Tilak once lived (1918-19)

(5) Pentonville Prison
Madanlal Dhingra (1909) and Udham Singh (1940), went to the gallows here. Both were denied cremation according to Hindu rites, and buried in coffins within prison premises.

(6) Gray’s Inn
where Savarkar studied Law, but was not called to the Bar for his freedom struggle activities.

(7) Houses of Parliament
Savarkar came here to listen to debate on Indian Budget (1906)
Tilak came here to testify on behalf Indian Home Rule League in wake of Montford reforms. (1919).
In 1984 we paid homage to Savarkar in Committee Room No 10 during his birth centenary.

(8) Present Foreign and Commonwealth Office –
This was India Office (1858-1947). Savarkar came here to meet Sir Curzon Wyllie. He also made his studies for the famous book Indian War of Independence 1857, in the India Office Library. Lokamanya Tilak also visited the India Office Library in 1919

(9) Caxton Hall
Savarkar held many of his public meetings here (1908-1909)
In 1919 Tilak condemned the Rowlatt Act and the Jalianwala Bagh Massacre. In 1940 Udham Singh avenged this massacre by shooting down Sir Michael Odwyer, Governor of Punjab at the time of the massacre, in the same hall.

(10) House where Swami Vivekanand lived in 1896.

Please note the host is Godbole Kaka
You can contact him on 01234-357388
or email him at v.godbole3@ntlworld.com

Information at the MeetUp Group can be found at

Historical Tour of London Associated with Indian Freedom Fighters

Saturday, Jan 26, 2019, 9:30 AM

1 Members Went

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