Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

(c) Mayur Paul/HelpAge International December 2009

68 year old Lakshmi makes incense sticks at a older people’s village run by HelpAge India.

“Before I came to the older people’s village, TEV, set up by HelpAge India, my husband was not doing well. First he was hospitalised and then he passed away. I was in a bad condition after that and had suffered with my husband. An older woman from the my local Elders Self Help Group told me to inform the group about my condition during a group meeting. When I told the group about my situation they recommended me for admission to the TEV (an older people’s village supported by HelpAge India).

Incense stick making at TEV
I am now a member of the self help group here at TEV. As a member of the self help group, I am on the food committee and do work in the kitchen. I help the older people who are dependant on care. Also, I help in making these ‘computer sambrianis’."

Sambriani is an incense stick and in the local market everything that is man made gets the prefix ‘computer’.

"I learnt how to make these sticks here at the TEV. First we take the sambriani powder then purchase the plant that is used to make these sticks. We grind it to make it a paste and then add saw dust and water. Then we force the paste through the mould to make these stcks.

It is good work and helps me pass time. About 7 of us make some 100 boxes a month. From this we make a profit of Rs 150 each. One box has 24 incense sticks and sells for Rs 20 each.”

Posted by www.helpage.org on 2010-05-06 16:58:25

Tagged: , Lakshmi , India , Asia , older , people , elderly , smile , teeth , incense , sticks , 2009 , Mayur , Paul , HelpAge , income , generation , money , poor , village , english

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

(c) Mayur Paul/HelpAge International December 2009

68 year old Lakshmi makes incense sticks at a older people’s village run by HelpAge India.

“Before I came to the older people’s village, TEV, set up by HelpAge India, my husband was not doing well. First he was hospitalised and then he passed away. I was in a bad condition after that and had suffered with my husband. An older woman from the my local Elders Self Help Group told me to inform the group about my condition during a group meeting. When I told the group about my situation they recommended me for admission to the TEV (an older people’s village supported by HelpAge India).

Incense stick making at TEV
I am now a member of the self help group here at TEV. As a member of the self help group, I am on the food committee and do work in the kitchen. I help the older people who are dependant on care. Also, I help in making these ‘computer sambrianis’."

Sambriani is an incense stick and in the local market everything that is man made gets the prefix ‘computer’.

"I learnt how to make these sticks here at the TEV. First we take the sambriani powder then purchase the plant that is used to make these sticks. We grind it to make it a paste and then add saw dust and water. Then we force the paste through the mould to make these stcks.

It is good work and helps me pass time. About 7 of us make some 100 boxes a month. From this we make a profit of Rs 150 each. One box has 24 incense sticks and sells for Rs 20 each.”

Posted by www.helpage.org on 2010-05-06 16:58:22

Tagged: , Lakshmi , India , Asia , older , people , elderly , smile , teeth , incense , sticks , 2009 , Mayur , Paul , HelpAge , income , generation , money , poor , village , english

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

(c) Mayur Paul/HelpAge International December 2009

68 year old Lakshmi makes incense sticks at a older people’s village run by HelpAge India.

“Before I came to the older people’s village, TEV, set up by HelpAge India, my husband was not doing well. First he was hospitalised and then he passed away. I was in a bad condition after that and had suffered with my husband. An older woman from the my local Elders Self Help Group told me to inform the group about my condition during a group meeting. When I told the group about my situation they recommended me for admission to the TEV (an older people’s village supported by HelpAge India).

Incense stick making at the older people’s village (TEV)
I am now a member of the self help group here at TEV. As a member of the self help group, I am on the food committee and do work in the kitchen. I help the older people who are dependant on care. Also, I help in making these ‘computer sambrianis’."

Sambriani is an incense stick and in the local market everything that is man made gets the prefix ‘computer’.

"I learnt how to make these sticks here at the TEV. First we take the sambriani powder then purchase the plant that is used to make these sticks. We grind it to make it a paste and then add saw dust and water. Then we force the paste through the mould to make these stcks.

It is good work and helps me pass time. About 7 of us make some 100 boxes a month. From this we make a profit of Rs 150 each. One box has 24 incense sticks and sells for Rs 20 each.”

Posted by www.helpage.org on 2010-05-06 16:58:08

Tagged: , Lakshmi , India , Asia , older , people , elderly , smile , teeth , incense , sticks , 2009 , Mayur , Paul , HelpAge , income , generation , money , poor , village , english

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

© Mayur Paul/HelpAge International December 2009

68 year old Lakshmi makes incense sticks at a older people’s village run by HelpAge India.

“Before I came to the older people’s village, TEV, set up by HelpAge India, my husband was not doing well. First he was hospitalised and then he passed away. I was in a bad condition after that and had suffered with my husband. An older woman from the my local Elders Self Help Group told me to inform the group about my condition during a group meeting. When I told the group about my situation they recommended me for admission to the TEV (an older people’s village supported by HelpAge India).

Incense stick making at TEV
I am now a member of the self help group here at TEV. As a member of the self help group, I am on the food committee and do work in the kitchen. I help the older people who are dependant on care. Also, I help in making these ‘computer sambrianis’."

Sambriani is an incense stick and in the local market everything that is man made gets the prefix ‘computer’.

"I learnt how to make these sticks here at the TEV. First we take the sambriani powder then purchase the plant that is used to make these sticks. We grind it to make it a paste and then add saw dust and water. Then we force the paste through the mould to make these stcks.

It is good work and helps me pass time. About 7 of us make some 100 boxes a month. From this we make a profit of Rs 150 each. One box has 24 incense sticks and sells for Rs 20 each.”

Posted by www.helpage.org on 2010-05-06 16:58:28

Tagged: , Lakshmi , India , Asia , older , people , elderly , smile , teeth , incense , sticks , 2009 , Mayur , Paul , HelpAge , income , generation , money , poor , village , english

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

(c) Mayur Paul/HelpAge International December 2009

68 year old Lakshmi makes incense sticks at a older people’s village run by HelpAge India.

“Before I came to the older people’s village, TEV, set up by HelpAge India, my husband was not doing well. First he was hospitalised and then he passed away. I was in a bad condition after that and had suffered with my husband. An older woman from the my local Elders Self Help Group told me to inform the group about my condition during a group meeting. When I told the group about my situation they recommended me for admission to the TEV (an older people’s village supported by HelpAge India).

Incense stick making at TEV
I am now a member of the self help group here at TEV. As a member of the self help group, I am on the food committee and do work in the kitchen. I help the older people who are dependant on care. Also, I help in making these ‘computer sambrianis’."

Sambriani is an incense stick and in the local market everything that is man made gets the prefix ‘computer’.

"I learnt how to make these sticks here at the TEV. First we take the sambriani powder then purchase the plant that is used to make these sticks. We grind it to make it a paste and then add saw dust and water. Then we force the paste through the mould to make these stcks.

It is good work and helps me pass time. About 7 of us make some 100 boxes a month. From this we make a profit of Rs 150 each. One box has 24 incense sticks and sells for Rs 20 each.”

Posted by www.helpage.org on 2010-05-06 16:58:40

Tagged: , Lakshmi , India , Asia , older , people , elderly , smile , teeth , incense , sticks , 2009 , Mayur , Paul , HelpAge , income , generation , money , poor , village , english

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

(c) Mayur Paul/HelpAge International December 2009

68 year old Lakshmi makes incense sticks at a older people’s village run by HelpAge India.

“Before I came to the older people’s village, TEV, set up by HelpAge India, my husband was not doing well. First he was hospitalised and then he passed away. I was in a bad condition after that and had suffered with my husband. An older woman from the my local Elders Self Help Group told me to inform the group about my condition during a group meeting. When I told the group about my situation they recommended me for admission to the TEV (an older people’s village supported by HelpAge India).

Incense stick making at TEV
I am now a member of the self help group here at TEV. As a member of the self help group, I am on the food committee and do work in the kitchen. I help the older people who are dependant on care. Also, I help in making these ‘computer sambrianis’."

Sambriani is an incense stick and in the local market everything that is man made gets the prefix ‘computer’.

"I learnt how to make these sticks here at the TEV. First we take the sambriani powder then purchase the plant that is used to make these sticks. We grind it to make it a paste and then add saw dust and water. Then we force the paste through the mould to make these stcks.

It is good work and helps me pass time. About 7 of us make some 100 boxes a month. From this we make a profit of Rs 150 each. One box has 24 incense sticks and sells for Rs 20 each.”

68 year old Lakshmi makes incense sticks at a older people’s village run by HelpAge India.

Posted by www.helpage.org on 2010-05-06 16:58:34

Tagged: , Lakshmi , India , Asia , older , people , elderly , smile , teeth , incense , sticks , 2009 , Mayur , Paul , HelpAge , income , generation , money , poor , village , english

A Machine Was Invented out of the Dust and Dirt

A Machine Was Invented out of the Dust and Dirt

www.imagekind.com/A-Machine-Was-Invented-out-of-the-Dust-… link to my website…

This is a drawing done in simple manically pencil, a red colored pencil and a china marker + some work with elements 8 after scanning it to my computer. it ended up with a bit of impurity and shading and such that I kept in. I really started to like its impurity, I think it gives it a old photographic look and or movie look. something old and decayed . A elegantly 1920s skull is fitted fashionably with a Top-hat, the skull is also fitted with electronics and a Rocket Engine. the skull fly’s foreword shooting out its eyeball , below its hand fly’s with it flying and shooting.I also tried to incorporate a elegance in the skull flying machine.

Posted by Followthedon on 2011-01-13 22:14:15

Tagged: , 1920s , black , burning , computer , creation , decayed , destruction , dirt , drawing , dust , electronics , energy , eye , fineart , fingers , FollowTheDon , gothic , hands , hat , IMPURITY , invented , machine , melting , photographic , power , red , rocket , scanning , ship , skull , space , steam , surreal , surrealism , teeth , top , white , yellow

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

Lakshmi from Tamil Nadu

(c) Mayur Paul/HelpAge International December 2009

68 year old Lakshmi makes incense sticks at a older people’s village run by HelpAge India.

“Before I came to the older people’s village, TEV, set up by HelpAge India, my husband was not doing well. First he was hospitalised and then he passed away. I was in a bad condition after that and had suffered with my husband. An older woman from the my local Elders Self Help Group told me to inform the group about my condition during a group meeting. When I told the group about my situation they recommended me for admission to the TEV (an older people’s village supported by HelpAge India).

Incense stick making at TEV
I am now a member of the self help group here at TEV. As a member of the self help group, I am on the food committee and do work in the kitchen. I help the older people who are dependant on care. Also, I help in making these ‘computer sambrianis’."

Sambriani is an incense stick and in the local market everything that is man made gets the prefix ‘computer’.

"I learnt how to make these sticks here at the TEV. First we take the sambriani powder then purchase the plant that is used to make these sticks. We grind it to make it a paste and then add saw dust and water. Then we force the paste through the mould to make these stcks.

It is good work and helps me pass time. About 7 of us make some 100 boxes a month. From this we make a profit of Rs 150 each. One box has 24 incense sticks and sells for Rs 20 each.”

Posted by www.helpage.org on 2010-05-06 16:58:15

Tagged: , Lakshmi , India , Asia , older , people , elderly , smile , teeth , incense , sticks , 2009 , Mayur , Paul , HelpAge , income , generation , money , poor , village , english

Home Teeth Whitening Kits for Brighter Smiles Forever

Home Teeth Whitening Kits for Brighter Smiles Forever

Smile and the whole world smiles with you, is the half part of a very famous quote. Your smile can give joy to others and at the same time, to yourself too. It looks brilliant when you see a person smiling but that smile may lose all its elegance if it is accompanied with an appropriate teeth stature. Teeth are the most important part of your appearance as a single deformity or imperfection may create a bad impression to the viewer. No matter how attractive you may be but bad teeth structure can cause a big flaw in the overall appearance and can give you a rough image. To get rid of such situations, you can take the help of home teeth whitening kits.

Home teeth whitening kits are the most appropriate product you need if you are having issues of bad teeth. They can be effectively used for yellow teeth, teeth with lines and marks and differently colored teeth. There is no doubt over the fact that brushing your teeth is the optimum way to keep teeth white and clean but they are not just sufficient for it. Teeth require more than just brushing and this is the way how they can be efficiently maintained without creating any side effects.

While there are different types of products used these days in order to get whiter teeth, this kit is the best home whitening kit anyone can use. It includes very simple medications and use of solutions that helps in gaining white looking teeth in less than a week. Generally, the kit comprises of a whitening gel that is primary solution which gives your teeth the white texture. Then there is a customized mouth guard that keeps the solution safe and protects it. You can also find a teeth whitening pen that can be used to provide instant whitening and can be used for a limited number of applications.

Home teeth whitening kits are the simplest and easiest way to get rid of your yellow looking teeth. They are responsible for giving you a bad appearance and sometimes an embarrassing feeling as well. With the help of this kit, you can get rid of them without going anywhere or paying a hectic amount to the dentist. No pain will be felt and neither there will be any heavy financial expenditure. Within a very small span of time, your teeth will gain white looking teeth within a few days.

These are in fact the best home whitening kit you can use for your teeth. No other solution can provide you a result that will last longer than this product. They are easy to get as they are available with a lot of sources. You can also find them in their personalized website where you can find them as well as a number of other products. You can also take the help of the specialists who can guide you to take the best product that will be the best with your situation.

Lucille Ball is a dental care expert and recommends Mint Cosmetics which is one of the popular home teeth whitening kits in the UK. This best home whitening kit containing a unique gel delivers quick results from the first application itself. Boost your smile and looks with it.

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Modern Teeth Straightening Techniques Can Radically Improve Your Smile

Modern Teeth Straightening Techniques Can Radically Improve Your Smile

Caring about the way you look is often a question of good manners as much as anything else. If you’re meeting new people, then the fact that you’ve taken the time and trouble to look your best will show how much you value their good opinion. Whilst taking trouble over your clothes and hair, for example, is quite simple, a more permanent and pronounced way of improving your appearance is to ensure that your teeth are in the best possible condition.

Sometimes, no matter how careful you are regarding your diet, and no matter how careful and diligent your oral hygiene regime is, your teeth can still let you down. It may be that one or more of your teeth has become damaged in an accident, or through illness, and is thus letting down the rest of your smile. Alternatively, your teeth may have become dull and grey over time, stained by the food and drink you consume and other factors such as smoking. In both of these cases, there are a range of options open to you, from teeth whitening techniques to more dramatic interventions such as implants, caps and veneers.

In many cases, after individual damaged teeth have been dealt with, the last problem to require intervention is that of teeth which don’t meet evenly. If your teeth aren’t quite aligned properly it will not only look unattractive, but it will have a detrimental effect upon factors such as your voice and the way you chew your food. Your teeth may be crooked, or protrude too much, or be overcrowded, with teeth overlapping each other in an unsightly and uncomfortable manner. No matter what the problem, it is something which an orthodontist can sort out for you, and it really is never too late to visit your local clinic and start the process of having your teeth made as straight as they can be.

Many people hesitate when it comes to teeth straightening in London, or elsewhere, because of misconceptions about the nature of dental braces. In the minds of many, braces such as this are large, cumbersome, unattractive metal devices which look bad and get in the way of eating, drinking and generally getting on with your life. The truth, however, is that modern orthodontics braces have advanced considerably since the days when this might have been the case.

If you visit a clinic, and the orthodontist decides that braces are a suitable form of treatment, they will be made from fine wire and thus, once cemented onto the teeth, will be much less noticeable and intrusive than would once have been the case. Once the brace has been fitted, you will have to visit your dentist on a regular basis in order for them to adjust the wires and thus gradually shift the position of your teeth. The length of time the treatment takes will vary depending upon the severity of your condition, but, however long it takes, modern teeth straightening is a procedure which can be easily slotted into your busy life. Indeed, in some cases, the braces may be fitted to the back of the teeth in question, thus hiding them from view entirely.

A perfect smile is an asset to an individuals looks, so one who have problems with a poor smile can always try various dental implants treatments such as veneers, Invisalign braces and many more.