Here's our 3rd Guest Speaker and our Gifting Partner for our meetup, Shweta Menon, Founder of Truly Tribal whom you will get to meet on 23rd November at E-Square Pune on overcoming business challenges. Book your seats now and we'll see you there!
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.
Travel enthusiast, Aditya Narayanan is back from the Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary and shares his experiences with nature and its beautiful birds. Armed with his camera and binoculars, Aditya captures some stunning moments in the sanctuary and recommends you to take a trip as well.
Neelanjana Chowdhury shares with us a winning story of some truly heartwarming memories revolving around a dabba. Laugh a little, shed a tear, you're going to love her endearing story and the dabbas as a daughter, wife and mother.
From newlyweds to completing 26 years into marriage, Pune based Sonali Brahma never fails to pack a little sweet in her husband's lunchbox. Truly, a dabba is more than a carrier of food. It also brings with it some sweet surprises tucked in a roti.
Can a humble lunchbox have an impact on one's life? Nishita Gattani shares some heartwarming accounts of how her dabba reminded her of her mother's love. How the dabba signified comfort and gratitude as well as the value of friendship.
Poyani Mehta shares a heartfelt account of her dabba filled with love, blessings and emotions from her father. A beautiful story woven around a dabba where she celebrated her parents' 50th Wedding Anniversary and then an unexpected final goodbye.
Chennai based student, Nandini Chaturvedi takes us back in time where her mum would pack the world's best pav bhaji for her and her classmates. Truly, a dabba is more than just an inanimate object, it is a treasure trove of memories.
Reliving her college days as a day scholar, Delhi-based Editor Meghna Golder shares how her 'boring' lunchbox packed with her mum's home-cooked food was pivotal in forging long-lasting friendships.
Can a lunch box be an ice breaker at school? Yes, says Harshali Morajkar from Mumbai, who shares a bittersweet memory of forgetting her Dabba and how a classmate came to her rescue with her lunch box filled with food and friendship.