Blog by Neelam Sagar “ORCHIDS ARE BLOOMING” in TMFN 20 acre property in Karjat in the nursery section – TMFN has a private lake, swimming pool, cottages, temple, forest paths and many more experience for you including Kayaking – you can even get your pet along – Frankly speaking Orchids are beautiful and delicate. Orchids […]

TMFN Blog by Neelam Sagar ORCHIDS FAMILY is a diverse and widespread family of flowering plants with colourful blooms and often fragrant. They are among the two largest families of flowering plants with over 20,000 accepted species. The number of Orchid species nearly equals the number of bony fishes, twice the number of bird species […]

TMFN Blog by Neelam Sagar Come and visit the ORCHID GARDEN in the nursery section of TMFN 20 acre property – Here are a few facts, mythis and philosophy connected with these rare flowers – The stunning Orchid is a flowering and usage plant and one of the most common flowers in existence. With over […]

Tooth Mountain Nursery –  Blog by Neelam Sagar “ORCHIDS CAN BLOOM IN KARJAT ALSO” – says Landscapist / Horticulturists Mrs. Neelam Sagar – a masters degree holder in Ohara School of Ikebana – normally Orchids in India bloom in Kerala, some parts of Western Ghats, N. E. States due to the climatic conditions, moisture content, […]

Tooth Mountain Nursery –  Blog by Neelam Sagar “BONSAI VILLAGE” – In the nursery section of TMFN 20 acre property there is a Bonsai Village – The Bonsai’s have been nurtured from last 10 years or more by Landscapists – Horticulturist  Mrs. Neelam Sagar – for whom The Art of Bonsai is a passion – […]

Tooth Mountain Farms, Hatnoli, Karjat Jottings on site during a cloudy but pleasant afternoon after a gorgeous lunch Just over a month ago, on February 6, the nation mourned the passing of legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar. She was 92 years young! A true legend and star of the fast depleting national treasures, her loss is […]

This article has taken me more than two years to write. Writers are known to be lazy and procrastinators but this one tops it all. I am so happy  that I was able to visit Italia before Covid hit and changed our world forever. We now live in a dystopian reality. I wanted to capture […]

Jotted on a balmy Friday morning prior to Ides of March. Recently I was reading a book written by Janine Bergmeir, a schoolteacher in the University of Tubingen in Germany. She writes that the importance of animals in human lives differs greatly from one person to another, especially from one culture to the other. Animals […]

Taking advantage of a Hindu festival of Holi – long weekend, I escaped the impending Indian Summer, to a cool paradise on earth called Nepal. While getting on the flight of the Nepal Airlines, I was intrigued by their logo of “Akash Bhairava” a sky form of a Bhairava (a Tantric form of Lord Shiva) […]