It’s 2pm on a Wednesday afternoon at Cubbon Metro and the station is bustling with commuters young, old, rich, poor, corporate, blue collar, student and everything in between. It’s also Bangalore celebrating Children’s Day on the day, Nov 14th, 2018 so there’s a new bunch of middle school boys every ten minutes or so who…Continue reading ‘Letter’ : Interactive Public Art In Association With India Post and Srishti School Of Art
Full disclosure : I used to be a hypochondriac who also feared doctors, white coats, needles, blood, hospitals, syringes, pills, medicines, tests. I would do anything to keep from falling ill and when I WAS ill, I’d downplay it and do anything to not go to a doctor. I realised it’s stupid, I am now…Continue reading Staying Safe And Sane : Coronavirus Precautions
I loved watching ‘Queen & Slim’ recently for its dazzling depiction of black life in America, the outrageous costumes, defying perceived gender roles and the best part was the soundtrack. The story of Queen & Slim’s perceived gender roles will surprise you the most. Daniel Kaluuya, one of the two leads, describes Slim as someone…Continue reading Happy Women’s Day To All The Queens
I started my Healthy Eating Instagram page called @theskinnyganesha on 1st February 2020 for motivation, really for myself. Like most people, I too begin the new year with a resolve to improve my health. This improvement often starts with changing what I eat. A food diary can be a useful tool in this process. It…Continue reading Why Keep A Food Diary?
Wishing everyone a Happy Sankranthi / Pongal and Lohri
Does anyone remember that awkward scene around the dinner table from the 1999 movie ‘Notting Hill’ where this pigtailed girl who Hugh Grant’s character William Thacker is set up with introduces herself as a Fruitarian? Keziah : No thanks, I’m a fruitarian. Max : I didn’t realize that. William : And, ahm: what exactly is…Continue reading Superfoods To Make You Feel Super