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Paanchforon

There’s nothing like Bengali street food. What’s there not to binge on? Rolls, chops, cutlets, sweets – the list is endless. Hangla, Paancforon, Babumoshai and Taste of Kolkata – bring to you flavours of Bengal in Thakur Village which has a very high concentration of Bengalis in

The Art of Speaking

If you ever wondered why your voice sounded like it is, or whether you are pronouncing your vowels and constants correctly, or need to speak clearly in front of a large audience with confidence, then a workshop on The Art of Speaking, conducted by The Learning Curve

Visiting Shirdi

The constant rat race of city life makes us long for a break, even if it was for just a weekend. So we decided to head to Shirdi which attracts hundreds of Sai Baba devotees daily. People from all over the world visit His shrine to offer prayers of

The Alarm Clock

My alarm clock is rather an unusual one. It doesn’t operate on batteries, so I don’t have to wind it or set it every night before going to bed. But I know, every morning even before the sun starts shining bright, my alarm clock will be right

Bliss defined

Walking back from the gym as my mind wandered around the life’s usual humdrum, I chanced upon a cat, curled up on top of a wall of a sidewalk. The first thought that crossed my mind was bliss. I was able to define the word bliss with