Event Management

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Kite Flying

We arrange Kite flying events accross West Bengal.

Flying kites is a typical childhood pastime in America, yet when we grow older, we tend to forget how much fun it can be. Being able to navigate a kite as the wind tugs it every which way in the sky can be an enjoyable experience for the whole family. You have to admit, when you look up and see a kite soaring through the air, it puts a smile on your face. Not only is flying a kite a great way to enjoy the outdoors, but it can also offer a few health benefits that you might not realize.

There are advantages of flying kite, some of them are:

  • You get to spend decent time in nature: As I said in today’s worlds with every one hooked up with their mobiles and where we play Kite Flight in PlayStation with controllers inside home. But flying a kite in an open field or on the beach puts you closer to nature, an environment that offers plenty of mind/body benefits.
  • Socializing: Well as I said, kite flying was my favorite childhood pastime, because I did it often with group of my friends and their friends and neighbors. Also we took part in Kite flying festival or competitions.
    So yes it allows you to get socialize with peoples of every age since it is not restricted to any age group or gender.
  • Exercise: Kite flying does gives some exercise to our body, like when we run to make kite fly etc. It provides good exercise for hands and neck. Also Kite-boarding/Kite-surfing tones the body, especially the upper area, arms and abdomen.
  • Awareness: It does make you aware of your current surroundings other kites who can come after yours to cut it. That awareness, in turn, has a number of proven health benefits.
  • Good for the eyes: Kite-flying is also good for eye health. Gazing at the blue sky above can help better regulate eye muscles and nerves, which helps alleviate eye fatigue.
  • Boosts creativity: Kite flying develops creative thinking, both in the making of the kite as well as flying and adapting it to changes in the wind and in kite fights

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Barbeque (BBQ) on Spot

We conduct Barbeque (BBQ) event on spot as per clients need.

1. You Eat Less Fat

When you grill, you eat less fat because the excess drips off the grates. Think about cooking a burger on the grill versus in a pan on your stove-top. On the grill, the fat cooks off. In a pan on the cooktop, the fat has nowhere to go, so it pools and is eventually re-absorbed by the meat.

2. Vegetables on the Grill are Better for You

Most people don’t realize that vegetables retain more of their vitamins and minerals when they’re grilled. This is especially true with veggies that have a low water content.

Plus, vegetables that you toss on the grill are usually fresh and in season, which are a step above the canned versions. Wrapping in tin foil or just placing on top of your grill, cooking your veggies in this manner is nutritionally advantageous than boiling or frying.

3. Meat Retains Nutrients

When you toss a slab of meat over the fire, it actually preserves more riboflavin and thiamine. Both of these nutrients play a vital role in a healthy diet, as well as have many health benefits associated with each of them.

4. You Use Less Butter

If you’re a master with the grill, and not overcooking your food, you’ll have juicy cuts of meat and tasty veggies. Because the grill locks in more moisture, you’ll be less inclined to reach for the butter or other condiments to jazz up your food. Not only does that means you eat fewer calories, but you put less unhealthy stuff in your body.

5. Grilling Goes With Outside Activities

The act of grilling gets you outdoors. A lot of parents toss around a Frisbee or kick a ball around the grass with their kids while grilling dinner. The act of cooking and eating outdoors encourages more activity, which we all know is just an added health bonus to go along with your delicious dinner.