Have you realised how online shopping has made everything available to you irrespective of your location? Anusmita Dutta explores how the Internet has changed the way we shop and how it has made fashion accessible and affordable to almost everyone. Take a look.
It's not just another meetup. It's a launchpad for budding entrepreneurs to showcase their brands, services and products on The Lifestyle Portal's platform for entrepreneurs.
Bite into some lip-smacking Bun Tikkis, Delhi Fruit Chat, Sundal and fried Garadu as you walk through the streets of India. Anusmita Dutta invites you to explore the history and flavours of ethnic street foods that our country proudly has to offer.
Have you ever wondered how our libraries are sustaining themselves in this digital age? A former librarian, Poyani Mehta takes us through a journey of how efforts are being made across India to revive them and bring back the romance of visiting and reading in a library.
The Lifestyle Portal presents an independent 3-part series on Waste Management in India. We talked to experts, ecopreneurs and non-profit organisations working tirelessly to clean up the mess we created.
Have you ever set foot on a Root Bridge and experienced calm and serenity at Rainbow Waterfalls? If you haven't yet, then you will want to when you read Aparna Mohan's travel story on her recent trip to Meghalaya.
Here's a novel way to heal yourself. Our Lifestyle Features Writer, Kinjal Pandya, explores the various facets of healing and evolving through Drama Therapy. Take a look...
Meghna Golder shares her fondest street food memories from Hong Kong. It makes us drool with the very mention of sushi and jerky. Here are her top 6 favourite snacks that she recommends that you should try the next time you're in Hong Kong.
If charity begins at home, so do the habits of sustainable living as practised by Seema Manchanda, a mother of two beautiful girls. Seema shares some valuable tips and insights into parenting through a sustainable way.
Here's the incredible journey of Street Konnect, a team founded in Thakur Village, in Mumbai suburbs with the aim to bring its neighbourhood together through fun, games, laughter & lots of positivity.