As a young girl of six, I discovered a desire to be the most liked person in the room. I adored the praise, and I wished to sustain it for the rest of my life. I then found myself a foolproof template to follow; I would be the sanskaari one, … Continue Reading
As a little girl, the concept of death was both frightening and alien. The first loss I experienced was of my grandfather (Dadu) at the age of ten, and for months I couldn’t come to terms with the fact that I won’t see him in the morning with his newspaper … Continue Reading
With the season of all things sweet and savoury, just around the corner, here’s a little something about the numerous mouth-watering Christmas traditions followed around the world.
A true joy for all food lovers, Christmas in the various parts of the world comes with its unique surprises and delicacies.
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Riwaayat ( روايت ), borrowed from the poetic language of Urdu, translates to tradition and customs which have always played a vital role in weaving the Indian cultural fabric. Being one of the oldest civilisations in the world, the components of the Indian culture range across etiquette, civilised communication, rituals, … Continue Reading