''Scrambled!” I must have been about five years old when I witnessed my first culinary master-class. It was extremely special as unlike Cordon Bleu
Think Spain and reminisce through visuals from the movie ‘Zindagi na Milegi Dobara’. Aptly captured in the movie, images of the exotic Flamenco dance, Spanish guitars, gastronomy and football come to mind
I once met a philatelist who dived into dustbins at post offices to fish for discarded envelopes. It’s commonplace to find people who are able to pursue their hobbies because they have the money
Among my several ‘firsts’ - both mentionable and unmentionable - that I remember, the first day of my ‘working life’ is special to me. Special
I was born in a family that has been promoting sports, especially cricket, in Rajasthan for over a decade. After playing cricket under the sunny heat of Udaipur for over two decades
Ever since we moved to Mumbai years ago, the barrage of garbage from homes and spitattacks on the streets threw us off totally.
The digitized world gives us enormous opportunities to create memories. Every travel, every activity, every post, and practically every moment becomes a memory for the next day
Thanks to Archies and the many e-card and e-gifting stores, young hearts have found a new heightened desire – to be loved and loved more and to be told and demonstrated the emotions for a false sense of belonging.
I come from a small town and from a close-knit family where as a kid, I was told that all beings have a ‘soul’
I am not a cook, but give me a fridge filled with whimsical ingredients and I can put together something interesting. This philosophy transcends the kitchen to the way I manage the work environment as well