Labels are best left at the back of your clothes…….not on people and not on their preferences. I work for a news organisation often labelled ‘Anti-national’ and I just read an article about saree being part of a ‘Nationalist hindu agenda’. Ugggggghhhh!!!! This article written by some journalist for the New York Times says,”The Indian fashion industry has been pressed to aggressively promote traditional attire … Continue reading ‘Nationalist’ Saree Wearing ‘Anti-national’ Journalist’s Rant
It’s not that tough to eat clean and healthy. We all just whine and crib about how difficult it is to cook stuff that is healthy. It is a MYTH!!!!! You can eat healthy…..you just have to keep a few things in mind so that it is sustainable. Most of us make an attempt at it but after a few days give up as we … Continue reading Stop Lying to Yourself &Eat Healthy
Years ago, for Gandhi Jayanti I did an episode of my health show which focused on Gandhi and his health philosophy. Gandhiji laid immense importance to a few things in his life; cleanliness, truth, diet, benevolence and of course……..Non Violence!!! I was super impressed with his health and fitness fundas when I researched about it. He wrote a book in Gujarati that gave some interesting … Continue reading Vegetarianism! Not for me but amazing concept
Havanaaaaah! Continue reading A bit more of Cuba
Bring home a little piece of India’s heritage! Continue reading Handmade in India!
Old cars, colourful villas, cigars, jazz and salsa……….Cuba! Continue reading Cuba: A photo-story
I threw out a pair of heels I bought in 2010, not because I was bored with them. I threw them out as they had lived out their life after being repaired thrice by a cobbler and then finally dying out on me. But as I was throwing them out, a vision flashed before my eyes. A vision of those heels sitting in a landfill … Continue reading Confessions of a guilt stricken aspiring sustainable shopper!
Ziro Valley and more Continue reading When a Pahadi Travels in Hills
Work took me to Mumbai last week and I spent most of the time trying to stay dry while zipping across the length and breadth of the city, from BKC to Colaba to Lokhandwala. Mumbai, which evidently was going through a dry patch in the monsoon season, suddenly experienced a new vigour in the showers as soon as I landed. So While I loved sitting … Continue reading Dilliwali in Mumbaiwala monsoon
Replace those tortilla chips with some healthy Ragi and Sattu Roti Chips Continue reading When Ragi met Sattu