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Travelling in the New Age

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how people will travel and while its shadows continue to lurk, travelers are now choosing to travel differently. Even as the world is going back to travelling, this World Tourism Day (September 27), here are some new ways to travel. Some of these trends include: Road Trips Luxury Workcation Local… Read More Travelling in the New Age

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World Rhino Day – one horned rhino conservation

The one horned Rhino that is endemic to the subcontinent is found in encouraging numbers in Assam and its conservation efforts add to its enigma. Kaziranga in Assam, home to the largest number of the one horned rhino was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Interestingly it is the conservation success story that has taken… Read More World Rhino Day – one horned rhino conservation

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Breezy Bamboo

Bamboo is a great way to elevate home decor and make a compelling statement for interiors. Bamboo brings in a natural earthy vibe to a space, so when working with bamboo in décor, make sure the other elements are complimentary to it to give an over all breezy natural character to the space. Bamboo makes for a versatile… Read More Breezy Bamboo

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Ganesha Temple Food

Ganesh Chaturthi, the elephant headed God’s birthday is today Sep 10, 2021 and while his love for food is legendary, it is the traditions followed in Ganesha temples that are as fascinating. The unique food preparations at temples dedicated to Ganesha, in Maharashtra and South India are rooted in a combination of divinity, history and… Read More Ganesha Temple Food

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Onam Sadhya

It is that time of the year again when Onam comes knocking. Bengaluru celebrates the festival with its own fervour. It’s Onam once again and we showcase the Sadhya, an inextricable aspect of the festivities that is easily one of the most extensive meals of any festival. Onam is always marked by a grand feast,… Read More Onam Sadhya

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All About Papad

The quintessential accompaniment to any meal, papads are omnipresent in plates across India in different forms. From historical records, papads on the subcontinent are at least 1,500 years old, if not more. There are pockets of India which are very hot – the Thar dessert, Khandesh, most of the dusty north-western plains and large tracts of rain-shadow… Read More All About Papad

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Mumbai’s Ministry of Magic Mangrove Conservation

Biodiversity by the Bay’s campaign #MakeArtforMumbaisMangroveslaunches a virtual gallery on World Environment Day to showcase the diverse artworks that the movement has received from young creatives in support of Mumbai’s unique green ecosystems. The campaign to create conversation around Mumbai’s rich biodiversity began on 22 April (Earth Day). Over the course of the next one… Read More Mumbai’s Ministry of Magic Mangrove Conservation

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Cycling Groups

Even as the second wave of the deadly COVID-19 rages on, one way that you can stay fit naturally is cycling. Cycling is not just a sport but also a way to stay fit and in the new norms of social distancing can be automatically enforced when you cycle. A sport that is is back… Read More Cycling Groups

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Interiors with a Cottagecore Twist

A simple lifestyle that packs in a sense of feel-good, lighthearted and happy vibes is making its way into home interiors. If you are looking to integrate Cottegecore décor into your urban home, start by setting the materials and colour palettes right. Lighting is an important aspect and candles are a great option when cultivating… Read More Interiors with a Cottagecore Twist