How many of you know that our Hyderabad was not part of Independent India initially? Or that it was also part of the partition struggle? HYDERABAD gives you a fictionalized glimpse to those times. Read my review of the book to know more.
Do you know why the Christmas Cake tastes so good? Apart from giving the ingredients a good soak in wine & rum for over a month, it also involves bonding & laughter!
Those of you who have read my earlier posts would know that I live in a vibrant apartment complex called Purva Venezia, which is multi-cultural and takes pride in coming together to celebrate its diversity. After a hiatus of 2 years due to COVID, this year all the festivities have been celebrated with great gusto. The Kannadigas too celebrated an important day recently and the entire community participated with great enthusiasm. We had various cultural programs …
I have thought many times before posting this article as I know it may draw a lot of flak. But before I start, I want to clarify that this blog is not intended to hurt any religion or God. It is a post about my observations of us humans and the things that we do in the name of God. Religion and politics are two things that I usually do not discuss in detail with …
Unless someone initiates a conversation on an touchy topic, it is better to keep our thoughts to ourselves. We must learn to accept people’s privacy even if we are very close to them.
Festivals are meant to bring us together. Onam, this year in our community, was an example of how people from different cultures across India came together to create magic!
Festive season is here! And what is better time than now to spruce up your home. Here are my 5 easy tips to easily transform your home for the festive season!
While monsoon means lovely weather, for pet parents it can also be a testing season. Know what the common infections pets fall prey to & what you can do about it.
While we celebrate the 75th Independence Day and fly the Tricolor in our home, do we know what the Har Ghar Triranga campaign is about?
These Kuzhi Paniyarams or Paddus are made from Dosa batter and make for an easy breakfast or dinner. They also make for a yummy snack during parties.