The Revolutionary Revolt Promises Fresh Oxygen And Is Totally Worth A Try

Reviews, Uncategorized

Oxygen is such a vital necessity that bottling up this freely available substance just sounded ‘absurd’ at first. But a little more learning about the product and the brands values acquaints us with why pure, unadulterated oxygen is such a rarity in today’s times. Pollution, traffic, industrialization, realize of chemicals in the air and depletion […]

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Women’s Day Spl: I Am Proud To Be Me

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Yes I am proud. Of the hair on my body and face and of the flabs on my waist. I am proud of my skin colour, of my breasts and of the period pain that make me quiver. No I don’t want to learn how to cook because women must know it. I don’t want […]

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#GFReviews – TRC : The Roll Company, Lower Parel

Food, Uncategorized

The Roll Company is a quaint little fast food joint, serving mouth watering rolls that are cooked to perfection. Nestled next to PDT at Kamala Mills, TRC serves a variety of rolls in vegetarian and non vegetarian variants. Menu + Ambience Though not a very exhaustive menu, TRC has quite a concise menu with around […]

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For The Man Who Travelled Across The Country To Save His Wife, It’s A Happy Diwali

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Here’s a little story: India, the land of Kamasutra, is a witness to some of the most epic love stories the world has ever heard. I remember growing up to the names of Laila- Majnu, Heer – Ranjha, Soni-Mahiwal and the likes, but today let me tell you another epic story. The story of a […]

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Restaurant Review: NRI, BKC, Mumbai


Food

We chanced upon an opportunity to visit the recently opened NRI – Not Really Indian at Maker Maxity, Bandra Kurla Complex. Since we are hardcore non- vegetarians, most of the dishes we tried were loaded with meat. NRI serves fusion Indian cuisine, which is suddenly what every other newly opened restaurant in Mumbai is serving. […]

09/05/2016

3 Men in 3 Nights. Here's What Living in a Hostel Was Like


Travel

So our recent trip to Rishikesh was way different than all our other vacations. This time there was no fancy hotel or homestay. There was going to be a hostel. A mixed dorm and just three beds for the three girls traveling all the way from Mumbai! As a pampered and relatively good kid I […]

12/04/2016

The Mystery Behind Nariman Point's Iconic Building


Travel

Ever wondered why the Air India Building is the only building that is built diagonally along the Queens Necklace ? Not a lot of people know this, but legend has it that the Air India building which was built around the time of the Emergency during Prime Minister IndiRa Gandhi’s reign, is built in such […]

10/04/2016

Review: MockingBird Cafe and Bar, Churchgate


Reviews

The MockingBird has built its nest in South Bombay. Wondering what we are talking about? Well, here’s some good news for bookaholics! MockingBird Cafe and Bar one of Mumbai’s first book cafe has opened at Churchgate and we are very excited. Being avid readers, we were delighted to walk into this cosy little place and […]

17/03/2016

Living the Royal Life in Mandawa, Rajasthan


Travel

Rajasthan, the land of palaces, forts, kings and desserts is one best explored by road. Known for its palaces and haveli’s ( which have now turned into swanky exotic hotels ) it can really take you in time to the rajput era full with the sounds of hoofs of the horses and bullets of cannons. […]

12/03/2016
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