“Every house where love abides and friendship is a guest,
Is surely home, and home sweet homeFor there the heart can rest.”Henry Van Dyke
You do not just build houses but you build homes. Building homes are not just a business but a passion, a dedication, extreme hardwork and much more. So when you have built something with that kind of gusto, you must take full care to maintain it against damages, seepages and other such unwanted intrusions. Moreover, no harm in learning new things that can aide to the beauty of your homes, house-keeping, decor, garden and more.
It is the same principle that has driven the Pidilite Industries towards creating a common platform for people who are passionate about their homes and people who are the experts in housekeeping, decor and other affiliated areas that convert brick and mortars to houses, and houses to the homes.
The Happy Home Launch and Bloggers Meet
I got a slice of Pidilite hospitality last month when they invited me in launch event at their lovely premise in Andheri east, Mumbai. Roff and Dr Fixit were the participating brands, taking their passion of house making and housekeeping a notch ahead with their new initiative "Happy Home Blog".
The blog unveiling ceremony was equipped with the knowledge and know-how which goes into
making a home beautiful, strong, happy and long lasting. Facilitating the same, an expert panel of four eminent speakers was created. The speakers were-
Dr Alpa Dalal, MD Pulmonology
Mr. CA Ramesh Prabhu, Head of Maharashtra Society welfare Association [MSWA]
Mr. Omkar Thakur, AGM, Vaastu Shashtra Consultant
Ms Shilpi Kakkar, editor Better Homes.
Here are few glimpses of the event-
The session was indeed laden with some valuable experience including tips from Vastu. For eg- why houses should be rectangle or square and, how alleviation can cause disharmony. Not just Vastu, how houses need to be allergy and damp free, including the various issues faced in community living wherein people ignore the importance of proactive measurements and quick repair redressals at common areas/ society.
More on this could be availed at their newly launched blog- http://www.thehappyhomes.co.in/
Do check out and if possible, do pledge as a society to be more responsible community building, living and more importantly, taking due preventive measures to safeguard your society and infrastructure from unwanted wear and tear.
Wish you a Happy Home!