Events in Past

Save Mansagar Sponsored an event called Talk Journalism at Birla Auditorium, Jaipur July 16th, 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM

Talk Journalism was an attempt to bring the best in the field of journalism together on a platform to discuss the latest trends and developments happening world over. It's an initiative driven by the belief that if there's an idea worth sharing and discussing, people will come forward and contribute to it. So far it has worked and there is no doubt about the future. http://vimeo.com/46689050

In its first edition, Talk Journalism discussed "Evolution of collaborative Journalism in Social media era and future of "online" journalism in India?

Talk Journalism in Jaipur on 16 July, 2012.

Save Mansagar co-sponsored an Event Talk Journalism in Jaipur on 16 July, 2012. Dr Harsh Vardhan, a famous environmentalist and eminent personality of Jaipur presented the case of Mansagar Lake to audience. Visitors including: Tan Siok Siok Director, Twittamentary, Ayaz Memon Journalist, Sachin Kalbag Executive editor, Mid Day, Kiruba Shankar CEO, BusinessBlogging, Heather Timmons New York Times, New Delhi Bureau, Shivam Vij co-founder, Kafila.org had a great time at Mansagar Lake – JalMahal.
Greater Flamingos finding revived Mansagar secure for refueling

Post breeding at Flamingo City, Kutch the greater flamingos set on their journey towards north along with the juveniles from the last breeding season. During their journey they look for stopovers for refueling to continue their journey without fail. Here it is interesting for ornithologist to note that revived Mansagar is becoming the most likely stopover for these exotic species.

His Highness Gaj Singh of Jodhpur at Jal Mahal
Jal Mahal and a tribute to Guru Dutt in news
Marc Baschet's Birthday Celebration at Jal Mahal
Korean Environ Installation Artist Plunging Stone
Turki Bin Faisal Al Saud - Prince of Saudi Arab gets smitten by beauty of JalMahal- Mansagar Lake. Indeed our Mansagar Lake is becoming a popular tourist destination in Jaipur. What is your opinion about art work restored at this heritage?