Grassroot Conservationist – Mat Suraj

Mat Suraj’s anti-poaching work in various parts of Chhattisgarh in India where wildlife is greatly threatened is changing the narrative around snares. In 2016, during a meeting with forest department officer Alok Tiwari, IFS, he was asked if he wanted to conduct a tiger-monitoring program for the next six months. As part of his camera… Read More Grassroot Conservationist – Mat Suraj


Handmade and Handcrafted at Exclusive Lane

If you are looking to add a touch of class to your home décor, look no further than Exclusive Lane. I have always liked things that are hand made and showcase an Indian art of craft form. Hence whenever I buy pieces for home décor, I ensure that there is an aspect of India in… Read More Handmade and Handcrafted at Exclusive Lane

The New Indian Express

Farming Technologies

Technology is changing the way farming is being done in the country and is aiding sustainability as well. A typical Indian farmer simply starts cultivating his farm without any projections in his mind or without knowing what income he is going to generate at the end of the season and on what date, this disastrous… Read More Farming Technologies

Round Glass Thali

The Pickle Story

Pickles incidentally have been around for very long. Thousands of years ago, cucumber, native to India was the first thing to be pickled. The sole reason for pickling at that time was to preserve food for long journeys. “Since then, pickles have come far in the culinary world. Not to forget, I’d like to give… Read More The Pickle Story

Millionaire Asia

Presidential Suites

Staying in a luxury hotel can make you feel pampered but if you want a taste of royalty book yourself a presidential suite and experience how your stay elevates several notches higher. Imperial Suites at Shiv Niwas Palace, Udaipur The iconic Shiv Niwas Palace in Udaipur with its distinctive crescent shape and domes, offers three… Read More Presidential Suites

The Hans India

Sowmya Reddy Shamanna – interview

A coffee table book on the saree by Sowmya Reddy Shamanna is all set to tell you more about the ubiquitous Indian garment. An avid handloom enthusiast Sowmya Reddy Shamanna who lives in Germany has put together a book on the saree that resulted in Tana Bana, the world of sarees. She tells us more… Read More Sowmya Reddy Shamanna – interview

Manufacturing Today

Automation technology

In Auto Mode Automation technology is rapidly advancing and is helping implement the latest in smart manufacturing and intelligent robotic systems. There is also a need for precise motion control which is driven by demands from goods placed on the line, from moving products around on the manufacturing floor to the stations they are worked… Read More Automation technology

Spice Route

Healthcare Trends and More

The healthcare industry in India is projected to reach $372 billion by 2022. While the numbers may seem mind boggling, there is certainly much happening in the Indian healthcare scene. Cancer Care The burden for noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) is rising at a rapid rate and as many as 60% of the global deaths are due… Read More Healthcare Trends and More

Spice Route

Medical Tourism in India

As the healthcare scene in India is changing with new age developments that are spurred by a technical edge this has also made the country a hot spot for medical tourism.  Scientifically and technologically, Indian Healthcare has shown a lot of potential in the past decade, growing at a rate of 15% with a current… Read More Medical Tourism in India

Discover India

Best Places to Experience Monsoons in India

The romance of rains is like no other. And India with its tropical climate has several destinations that can help you make the most of your tryst with the monsoon. As the sun makes way for clouds it is that time of the year once again when the monsoon comes calling. And India is slowly… Read More Best Places to Experience Monsoons in India