The Hindu

Memories of Avarekai

The wafting aroma of the winter beans of Bangalore, Avarekai is almost like a ritual and legacy in every kitchen. Growing up in Hyderabad, the winter window was always a small time frame and a season that I looked forward too as a child as it was a great way to escape the unrelenting heat… Read More Memories of Avarekai

The Hans India

Interview with Parimal Gandhi

Parimal Gandhi has beaten cancer four times and has written his story Can Surmount as an ode to his inspirational journey. ‘Life is not just what happens to you, it is what you do with what happens to you’. Reading this in Parimal Gandhi’s book  ‘Can Surmount’ captures what can easily be termed as resilience… Read More Interview with Parimal Gandhi

The New Indian Express

Interview with designer Sushama Pagare

Sushama Pagare, a Mumbai based designer has made several international inroads apart from an extensive career in India spanning close to two decades. What is common to Billy Porter, Randi Rahm, Naomi Campbell, Kylie Jenner, Demi Lovato, Paris Hilton and Jennifer Lopez? If you need a hint, there is an Indian connection. If you are… Read More Interview with designer Sushama Pagare

The Tribune

Reinventing Recipes

Chef Regi Mathew goes back to his roots as he traverses across Kerala to find traditional recipes from home kitchens that are showcased in his restaurants. Growing up in a small village near Trivandrum in Kerala, Chef Regi Mathew, Co-Owner and Culinary Director, Kappa Chakka Kandhari Foods Pvt. Ltd. had an idyllic childhood surrounded with… Read More Reinventing Recipes

Airports

Ayodhya Travelogue

A visit to the spiritual city of Ayodhya is a mélange of culture, food, colour, tradition and of course spirituality. The narrow lane is abuzz with activity and it is the whiff of besan laddus that permeates through the chaos. People are jostling for space and vendors are busy selling paraphernalia – all of which… Read More Ayodhya Travelogue

Airports

Yumthang Travelogue

Located at a towering 11800 plus feet above sea level, Yumthang is a stunning Valley of Flowers in spring when primulas and Rhododendrons dot the landscape and the river Teesta flows in all its majesty. I first heard of the Rhododendron flower when I had a red hued welcome drink at a property I was… Read More Yumthang Travelogue

StyleSpeak

Heritage Hampi Spa – review

Heritage Hampi Spa is a haven of relaxation, restoration and transformation that ensures your body, mind and soul are pampered using authentic Ayurvedic remedies. Spread over eight acres and set amidst an organic mango, coconut and vegetable organic farm, Heritage Resort Hampi is a getaway that is both quaint and luxurious. Located in Hospet district,… Read More Heritage Hampi Spa – review

Architect & Interiors India

Decoding Décor Trends for 2020

Renowned architects help us decode the top eight décor trends identified by Greenlam Laminates, the flagship brand of Greenlam Industries. It’s the dawn of a new year and a new decade and naturally the time for a new set of interior trends that are likely to rule the year. Greenlam Laminates has post intensive planning,… Read More Decoding Décor Trends for 2020

Sakal Times

All Heart – Healthy Snacking

All Heart is a conscientious brand that is all about wholesome ingredients which make snacking healthy and fun. Born in 1988, Aniket Karia, completed his schooling from St. Mary’s High School and went on to graduate from KC College, Mumbai and do a diploma in Entrepreneurship from S. P. Jain School of Management. Having started… Read More All Heart – Healthy Snacking

Healthcare India

Review: Go Native, Jayanagar

Go Native is a café that serves fresh food that is seasonal, local and organic which means it is all things good on your plate. Tucked away amidst dense foliage in a by lane in Bengaluru’s Jayanagar is a delightful restaurant that uses indigenous grains, pulses and spices in food that celebrates traditional flavours in… Read More Review: Go Native, Jayanagar