Gujiya – The Traditional Half Moonlike Mithai Of Holi

The festival of colours, Holi brings to mind the burst of colours in the air, the squealing as water is splashed on someone, the laughter that rings in the air, the Holi anthem "Rang Barse" that is played in every car, house and farmhouse and of course, Gujiya - the...

All About Hydroponics – A Nature’s Miracle

Hydroponics - An Introduction Hydroponics - the soil less method of growing plants - has been the most concerted horticulture production for years. Instead of using soil as a medium to provide nutrients to a plant, a nutrient-rich solution is used to deliver water and...

Mystic Hues And Moods: Qutub Minar Through A Photographer’s Lens

Through the years my car zoomed by Mehrauli on a number of occasions and I used to see the red and buff sandstone minaret stand tall in all its glory. To me, Qutub Minar was just a minaret. No big deal. The fact that it is the tallest minaret in India didn't provide...

The Nouveau Valentine Experience At Sawadhee Spa, Vasant Kunj

Do you ever feel the need to take a back seat in life? Maybe take a chill pill and indulge in pampering yourself like a diva/dude shamelessly? Well, that was just my mood when I sauntered into Sawadhee Spa plonking all my worries, stresses and deadlines at its...

A Walk Through Sunder Nagar Nursery and The Earth Collective

Sunder Nagar - Batashewala Complex Once a Mughal garden, the 90 acres Sunder Nagar Nursery was visited mainly by people with green fingers. The beautiful monuments that stood in the complex lay barren and screamed for an upliftment. It was in 2007 when the Aga Khan...

Solo in Salzburg II: The Birth of Wolfgang Mozart

This is Part II of the ongoing guest post series, Solo in Salzburg. You can read Part I here. Chapter III: Mickey Mozart "Concerning the targets, if it is not too late, please do this for me. A small man with light hair, stooped over, revealing his bare arse. From his...

Solo In Salzburg : A Travel Tale (Part I)

This is the first ever guest post on my blog. In a 3-part travel series on Salzburg, Karan Bhasin writes about his one day hop over to this city in Austria, Europe that is known for its baroque architecture, Imperial history, and craggy Alpine terrain. Karan is an...

A Bride’s First Lohri with Til Ke Ladoo

If there's one thing that we Indians are known for, it is our unabashed love for festivals. We don't spare a reason or a season to celebrate and the crescendo is not just restricted to our homes but we open our doors and hearts to welcome as many to join in the fun....

Ta Prohm |The Tomb Raider Temple, Cambodia

Amidst more than 1,000 temples that dot the Angkor city, the Ta Prohm is a spectacular one, drawing crowds from all over the world to see the tumbled man-made ruins getting slowly engulfed by gnarled trees. It was Angelina Jolie who further shot this temple to fame in...

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