Getting Your Finances Back On Track In 2021

Last year, we published an article on the state of personal finances due to the COVID pandemic. Now, we seem to be at the tail end of this pandemic, or at least, things are rapidly improving. While there’s every chance that things could take a turn for the worse, currently it looks as though we’re… Read More Getting Your Finances Back On Track In 2021

Deccan Chronicle

Immunity Drinks

Even as the country battles the surge in COVID-19, it is time to build your immunity with these drinks that you can make at home. While India is seeing a huge spike in the Coronavirus cases, the focus is once again about immunity. If you have good immunity, there are fewer chances of the virus… Read More Immunity Drinks

Free Press Journal

Magic of Mandu

My second visit to the city of Mandu brought back fond memories and helped me rediscover the City of Joy. What strikes you as you enter the town is the large number of monuments. I learn later that the town has over 3000 monuments. Mandu, interestingly has the epitaph as the ‘City of Joy’ as… Read More Magic of Mandu


Flyzy – making flying simple

Flyzy, a statup by Deepak Meena, Hansraj Patel and Arjit Singh is onboarding passengers with artificial intelligence (AI) led technology that is helping first time flyers being a tech driven app to assist travel. Keeping this in mind as well as safety and hygiene requirements for travelers, including new flyers, Flyzy a tech startup founded… Read More Flyzy – making flying simple


Mitti Cafe Review

Mitti Café is a chain of cafes whose staff has adults with physical and intellectual disability and walks the talk when it comes to inclusivity. This café is a collaboration between the erstwhile Enerjuvate and Mitti Café where Darshana Nahata is the Creative Head who has also designed the menu and Alina Alam the Founder… Read More Mitti Cafe Review



An apparel trend that has been around several hundreds of years, dungarees are making a steady comeback into functional wardrobes. Dungarees are all about comfort wear that is practical, casual and yet stylish. With pockets and an easy, free flowing kind of design, dungarees can add a cool look to your persona, anytime and is… Read More Dungarees

India Currents

Sleep Tight

While World Sleep Day is celebrated in March every year, it is time to turn the spotlight once again on an aspect of health that is often ignored. During sleep, our bodies repair themselves having a healing effect on our psychological processes as well. Lack of sleep can have significant repercussions on one’s physical and… Read More Sleep Tight

Passion Passport

In the footsteps of Aghanashini River

A free-flowing river whose course has never been altered by manual intervention and in its path lies stories of life and hope. Aghanashini is a small village on the southern bank of Aghanashini River in Kumta taluka of Uttar Kannada district in Karnataka. Shankara Honda in Sirsi, a small village set amidst the UNESCO World… Read More In the footsteps of Aghanashini River

Deccan Chronicle

Slurpy Goodness for Summer

Cold Soups are a great way to beat the summer heat as they are refreshing and packed with good health sans the heat. The palpable heat in the atmosphere means that the harsh summers have arrived with all their intensity. Summers are also the time when all of us notice that our energy levels deplete… Read More Slurpy Goodness for Summer

The New Indian Express

Stories in Water Colour

Heritage Reflections an art show by K. Hiremath is an ongoing art show in Bengaluru that will virtually take you to Hampi, Banaras and Nepal. Born in a small village in North Karnataka, Kudalayya Hiremath is today ranked as one of the top 50 water colour artists in the world. An alumnus of Abhinav Kala… Read More Stories in Water Colour