The Collected Works

Us and our Friends...

21 February Event

On 21 February 2016 we hosted this event to introduce how we are engaging our senior citizens, and how we are making them self reliant and connecting them with their family and friends. Presenting some moments from that event…

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Towards Better Search

Ever felt a bit overwhelmed by the Information overkill? Or wondered why your Google does not seem to be as effective as your grand child’s Google? Time for some tips-n-tricks for better and more effective search!

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Seva60Plus Welcomes Mrs Tapati Banerjee

Seva60Plus is privileged to welcome Mrs Tapati Banerjee to S60+ Kitchen! Philosopher by education, social activist by choice, and a cook by passion; Mrs Banerjee will be the “resident” food blogger in our Seva60Plus Kitchen.

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Down but not Out

On New Year’s Eve Jonathan Walker, a busker from Leeds, was joined by a homeless man in a wheelchair who asked if he could sing along. What follows is a soulful rendition of Summertime. If this is not inspiring, we do not know what is!

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Our New Home

It was long overdue [ note the hyperbole ‘long’! ]. Meandering among hybrid apps, web services, Android, iOS, frameworks, et al; we kind of overlooked that we have outgrown our modest web nest.

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Chaupar

This is a game that we Indians have romanced with for thousands of years. The best amongst us, including Lord Sri Krishna himself has indulged in it, and has warned of it’s dangers, as the battle of Mahabharata was fought over it.

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Snakes and Ladders

The ancient game of snakes and ladders is also a simulation of life. In modern times, to make it simpler and due to lack of deeper understanding and shallow thinking, its squares were made into simple numbers.

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