Saving the Pygmy Hog

The world’s smallest pig, the Pygmy Hog has found a new lease of life after being pushed to the brink of extinction. Porcula salvania or Pygmy hog is the smallest and the rarest member of the pig family and is found in some part of Manas National Park, Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuaries, RG Orang National Park… Read More Saving the Pygmy Hog

The New Indian Express

Million Wells Project Bangalore

The million wells project is a movement that is ensuring that groundwater is recharged naturally. 19th June 2019 is a day Chennai will not forget. It was that day when local authorities announced that the day when the city had run out of water and it was Day Zero. The National Institute for Transforming India… Read More Million Wells Project Bangalore

The New Indian Express

Make an Impression with Printmaking

Printmaking is an original piece of art that is relatively unknown which is what this series of workshops aims to demystify. A set of virtual printmaking workshops is being organized by India Habitat Center in collaboration with ‘Multiple Encounters’ over November and December that will give you an insight into this art form. Five print… Read More Make an Impression with Printmaking

The New Indian Express

Bombay Greens – helping you develop Green Fingers

Growing microgreens at home could well mean that you have health in your hands even as COVID-19 rages on. By July 2020, Mahir Chablani, an 8-year-old student in, Delhi was completely bored. The lockdown and closure of school had him confined home for over four months. That is when his mother discovered DIY kits from… Read More Bombay Greens – helping you develop Green Fingers

The New Indian Express

The KariGhars

Bengaluru based interior designing firm The KariGhars is making design trendy in homes and offices, one project at a time. Abhishek Chadha, CEO & Founder started his design firm ‘The KariGhars’ in 2009 when Abhishek and his wife, Aashita used the services of an interior designer to get their home designed. Noticing a gap, they… Read More The KariGhars

Free Press Journal

Diwali Traditions

One of the most loved festivals of India Deepawali or Diwali is all about celebrating light. A symbolic festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil and light over darkness, it has several mythological connections too. Diwali is said to be the time when the Pandavas returned home after their exile. Here is your… Read More Diwali Traditions

Vegetarian Recipes

Homemade Butterscotch Ice Cream – Banana Twist

I have been toying with the idea of making butterscotch ice cream for a while but was not very happy with the available essence. This is when I chanced on Ossoro a brand that has 100 vegetarian and no preservatives in their essences. So I ordered them on the site and was able to make… Read More Homemade Butterscotch Ice Cream – Banana Twist

The New Indian Express

Flu and Pneumonia Shots

As winter grips the country, do check for flu and pneumonia shots especially important under the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic. When 65-year-old Kiran Kumar (name changed) from Chennai was hospitalised for the third time in the winter of 2019, he knew there was something wrong. Diagnosed with obstructive airway disease and his history of… Read More Flu and Pneumonia Shots


Dehradun Travelogue

Dehradun made me fall in love with travel and writing all over again with its vivid landscape dominated by nature. One of my most favourites states in India is Uttarkhand as it has a varied landscape full of natural sights that always manage to bring a smile on my face. In this story, you will… Read More Dehradun Travelogue

Architect & Interiors India

Tall Structures

In India, structures above 15 meters in height qualify as a tall building while many professionals define a high-rise as a building that is at least 75 feet (23 m) tall or about seven stories. However, most countries have their own definition of tall buildings and their height. A tall building is not just about… Read More Tall Structures