Greco Restaurant Review

My Big Fat Greek Dinner: Eating At GRECO in South Goa

Where to eat delicious Greek Food in Goa? The answer is GRECO. When in Goa, eat Goan Food – that’s almost general knowledge. But what if you are in Goa for a long trip and want to give some other cuisine a chance? Worry not, there are obviously plenty of options in Goa. And during […]

Sheraton Grand Pune Bund Garden Hotel: A Review, A Reverie

Pune is a wonderful city – young and vibrant, modern and subtle. It’s not moving at a fast pace like Mumbai seems to do to an outsider, nor is it lazy by any means. The rhythm of Pune is unique in its cosmopolitan yet desi charm. [Remember I celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi in Pune last year, […]

personalized children's book

Oh! My Name – Personalized Children’s Book Review

Reading is very important to me, even more than writing. And I’ve written two books, I hope to write more, I blog regularly, I write travel blogs and other lifestyle related articles and posts for a few platforms other than this blog – which is a lot of writing but reading is still on top […]

What To Do In South Africa

South Africa Beyond Wildlife & Adventures: Travel Tales

South Africa is one of vibrant countries filled with wildlife, adventure travel (you might like reading about my adventures in Israel too), mountains, canyons and diverse culture. It sure does fill the travel bucket with wonderful memories. A well-made trip can be spread across Johannesburg being the largest city, home of Nelson Mandela with historical […]

The Aftermath of Women's Day

Why I Don’t Believe in Women’s Day. And A Round Up Of Other Things

I don’t really believe that Women’s Day does a lot to help empower women, all I see around are “offers” and special discounts that make women’s day seem more like a commodity, a chance to commercialize on Feminism than anything else. However, some are trying, and I like to support them. Instead of a free […]

My #Day WithASaathi, a Google India and Tata Trusts initiative

A Day With Internet Saathi, A Google Initiative to Help Women in Rural India | International Women’s Day Story

Women are the real architects of society. – Harriet Beecher Stowe We take internet for granted. I know I do. And if you’re here on this blog, reading this article – I’m going ahead and assuming that internet isn’t a luxury for you either, but a regular can’t-do-without commodity. We live in the world where […]

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