I assume myself from the old school. And this applies to so many aspects. Like, the conventional kitchen, eating local, consuming fewer chemicals( by going natural) and getting my dresses stitched from the local tailor. All things sound familiar with the ’70s and ’80s born when we had limited resource but never felt the deprivation… Read More Dressing-up The Conventional Way, Something I love about Indian Fabric!
Still, at this age, I remember flaunting those Ikat, khadi, chanderi Kurtis with Kolhapuri chappals in college years and how everyone around me had appreciated the looks. Even the hardcore denim lovers who never liked buying all this stuff. Almost two decades and my love for handicraft are growing every day. The moment I read… Read More The Love for Handicraft And The Artisans Behind!
We tell them to learn disciple, value time, how to eat, how to talk, how they can study better etc but what matters at the end of the day is how they are as a human being? Isn’t it?… Read More 5 Important Lessons of Life- Part of Parenting!
We live in a world where compassion and kindness are rare. Our life has changed drastically in these years and most of us are busy running our own race. But amidst all chaos, there are people who are bringing change with their deliberate efforts and bringing positivity to our society. Rushabh Turakhia is one of those… Read More When Kindness Has A New Name-Your Turn Now
For 12 years Anand Raj spent his life behind a mic at a famous radio station in Namma Bengaluru. One day he decided to take over his father’s juice centre located in Malleshwaram. Famously known as Eat Raja Juice Centre, this shop is a zero-waste zone. Anand now known as Eat Raja, calls himself a… Read More Eat Raja-A Changemaker In Bengaluru