The Lifestyle Portal in conversation with Ameen Shaikh, Co-Founder & Chief of Operations of The Mountain Walker, on his first book 'ShaikhSpear in Himachal’. Get ready to embark on a journey to self-discovery through his well documented travel diary...
People & Culture Archive
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.
Seema Manchanda shares some wonderful memories of growing up with her sister where learning was not confined to the four walls of a classroom. She introduces us to a rare common man...her Papa.
Our reader Anusmita Dutta is back from a memorable trip from Assam and recounts some fascinating snippets from Rongali Bihu. The state is much more than just the traditional Bihu dance, it's a treasure trove of culture and traditional values.
It is time to experience the timeless saga of the Urdu form of poetic storytelling known as Dastangoi. Our Lifestyle Features Writer, Kinjal Pandya in conversation with Himanshu Bajpai, a renowned Dastangoi story-teller about his love for this art form.
On World Poetry Day, our Lifestyle Features Writer, Kinjal Pandya explores the legacy of love through the timeless poetic verses of Hazrat Ameer Khusrau and Kabir.
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.
What came first? The chicken or the egg? How were humans & continents created? Meghna Golder explores six unique myths across the globe in an attempt to unravel the mysteries of human and our planet's origin.
I've been waiting for almost two decades to photograph the performing artists at a circus. Thanks to Rambo Circus that paid a visit to Mumbai, I attended their first show just to fulfil my dream of capturing the essence of a circus through my camera lens.
It's never too late to go on a dream trip, as beautifully articulated by Dr Nita Jagad who finally got a chance to visit the majestic Kailash Mansarovar after 38 long years of wait.