Friday, 13 March 2020

Housie Game - My Experience


Housie Game


Housie game is an interesting and a luck-based game.

This game needs concentration and one needs to take action quickly.

When I play this game for the first time I got confused. 

As I participated in the exhibition to showcase my handmade and customized jewellery for sales on March 8'.

The game was organized by the Exhibition organizer for the purpose of the Social cause.

So many got interested and played the game.  Housie game requires you to buy a pair of cards for Rs. 100/-

Its like win/win. If we win we will be getting some gifts. If not We will be happy that a small amount will be helpful for someone who is deprived.



Category to cover


# Arundathi Roy         # Breakfast (1 to 30)
# Indra Noovi             # Lunch(31 to 60)
# Kiran Bedi               # Dinner (61 to 90)
# Seema Rao              # I Full House
# Mary Kom              # II Full House
#Jaldi 5                      # III Full House

We have to concentrate on each level from both the card to say that we finish. There are 12 prizes in total. 

Each box has three numbers from the slot of 1 to 90.

And now the game

(Arundathi Roy, Indra Nooyi, Kiran Bedi, Seema Rao, Mary Kom):

The game organiser chooses the numbers randomly and announces one by one.

 We will have to tick the numbers which is available in our cards.

 If we complete any one of the rows having three circles we will be the winner. If someone finishes first we have to tick the names of the particular celebrity from the list .They can be only one winner from both the cards for each celebrity.

Jaldi 5:  If we finish any five numbers from one card first we are the winners


Breakfast (1 to 30):
If we finish the available numbers from (1 to 30 ) from any of the two cards, then we are the winner.


It's a similar process for Lunch (31 to 60) and Dinner (61 to 90). 


I Full House:  
If we complete all the fifteen numbers from one card we will be the winner.


II Full House: If we complete all the fifteen numbers from the second card we will be the winner.


III Full HouseIf we are the first to complete both the cards 15+ 15 Numbers we will be the winner.








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Thursday, 9 January 2020

Lizol's Cement Floor Cleaner- Launch in Chennai.


Lizol's Cement Floor Cleaner- Launch in Chennai.



We went to the event organized by Lizol launching their new disinfectant cleaning product for cement surfaces.

They make a census on the floors in TamilNadu and came to know that - According to the 2011 Census, 1 in every 3 Indian households has a cement floor wherein Tamil Nadu is the largest state where 2 out of 3 homes have a cement floor.

 Lizol, the world’s No. 1 disinfectant brand from the house of Reckitt
Benckiser, launched their latest innovation, Lizol Cement Surface Cleaner in Chennai today.
They found that the biggest concern faced by the Indian homemaker is the removal of the white patches/stains found on cement floors.


A cement floor is made of calcium hydroxide which reacts with the carbon dioxide in the air forming calcium carbonate salt on floors.

This salt residue eventually settles within the pores and crevices on cement floors and forms white stains. Generic cleaning solutions like Phenyls and Detergents are unable to dissolve these salts leaving the floor unclean and patchy.

After years of extensive research. Lizol , has designed a unique 3-in-1 formula, that penetrates the porous cement floor , dissolves and eliminates tough white stains while removing 99.9 % germs And leaves behind a pleasant fragrance.


Sukhleen Aneja, CMO & Marketing Director, RB Hygiene Home South Asia said “The floor cleaner category is growing at double digits and with growing urbanisation, the category is poised to accelerate further. Being a leader in this category, we realised that while the market is focused on tiles and marble floors, the need for most Indian consumers having cement floors has still not been addressed. Taking our vision to ‘Create a Cleaner World’ forward, we have launched Lizol Cement floor cleaner to serve many more consumers. By 2020, more than 18 crore homes in India will have cement floors with 33% homes in South India itself. We are so confident of our product’s proven efficacy that we are introducing a 6-day money back challenge.”


“This product is a global first and it is heartening for the India R & D team to bring a product that is core to the Indian homes ” says, Dr. Navin Sharma, Head- Innovation Hub at India R & D, RB Hygiene Home.


Lizol's Cement floor cleaner: In its first phase, Lizol cement floor cleaner is being launched across four states with the highest cement floor penetration in India, namely; Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Karnataka and Kerala.


The Lizol Cement Surface Cleaner will be available in two variants lemon and pine and two different sizes - 100ml and 400ml. It will be available across the 4 states in traditional trade and modern trade stores.

 The 100 ml trial pack is priced at Rs. 25 and the 400 ml bottle is priced at Rs. 74.



About Reckitt Benckiser:

RB* is the global leading consumer health and hygiene company. Driven by a purpose to build healthier lives and happier homes, RB has operations in over 60 countries.

 From the foundations of wellness and infant nutrition, to the fundamentals of a hygienic home, its global brands help people live healthier & happier lives.


RB has world leading Powerbrands which include household names such as Dettol, Harpic, Lizol, Woolite, Mortein, Vanish, Air Wick, Veet, Durex, Strepsils, Enfamil, Nutramigen, Nurofen, Strepsils, Gaviscon, Mucinex, Scholl, Clearasil, Finish, Calgon. RB’s unique culture is at the heart of its success.

 Its drive to achieve, passion to outperform and commitment to quality and scientific excellence are
manifested in the work of over 40,000 RB employees worldwide.


For more information visit  https://www.rb.com/
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