Living in Bangalore, my generation has never had to live through any natural calamity, war or famine – our biggest complaints would usually just revolve around traffic, work life balance and maybe some littering. But, COVID-19 has taken much from us, many lives, many liberties, many experiences, but there have been silver linings as well.…Continue reading 11 Lessons Learned – My Experience Fighting Covid 19
It’s Ugadi, 13th April 2021 which signifies the start of a new year for Kannadigas – me! And it’s been a little over a year since our family’s lockdown began. Since many of us really have been reliving the same day over and over again, working from home for more than a year now, what new…Continue reading Happy Ugadi 2021
A balcony is the ultimate amenity for city dwellers. Come, discover balcony ideas with me as I transform my outdoor space—no matter how tiny it is. A private outdoor space is a dream for most people living in city apartments— and a small balcony is the closest most of us will ever come to having…Continue reading DIY Guide To Transform Your Tiny Balcony
This Holi Be uniquely you. Stand out. Or blend in. Shine. Or be mellow. Be colorful. Or wear a lot of black. I do. The world needs your prismatic soul! I love the conversations around ‘owning’ it – If you have curls, you don’t go straighten them, you pamper your curls and wear them with…Continue reading Happy Holi
Lord Shiva, among the great deities of Hinduism, most personifies the practice of Yoga. As Yogeshvara, the great lord of Yoga, Adi Natha, Adi Yogi and Mahayogi, he rules over all aspects of Yoga relative to body, mind and consciousness. For those looking to understand the origins of Yoga and the role of all yoga…Continue reading Who Is Shiva?
For the sublime and the beautiful and the interesting, you don’t have to look far away. You have to know how to see. Hedda Sterne A few days into the new year, when my husband and I had had enough of social distancing or should I say social isolation, and we were done obsessing over…Continue reading Who Is Bangalore?
Meditative for me, hobby for others, livelihood for a select few and a revival motto for still fewer…Ceramic art has gone from being a traditional Mitti (terracotta) craft to a decorative artefact to a statement-making utility. Evolved in its form and design, this Indian art has seamlessly forayed into home decor, fashion and jewellery alike…Continue reading License To Kiln : A Peek Into The Ceramics Scene In Bangalore