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A vegetarian’s food guide – Kochi

I’ve been a vegetarian all my life, yet most times I can never tell the difference between a vegetarian and a non vegetarian dish. Innumerable times I’ve confused chicken nuggets with potato crisps. Friends have to constantly remind me that salmon is not an exotic variety of some vegetable and the last time I was in Kerala, I almost ate squid thinking it was a delicious pumpkin dish. This time

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Encounters with Esha

As you all know, my tastes are ever-changing. From cup-cakes to grass-wheat shots, I have a new interest every month! And you know what I need to help me turn these interests into full-blown hobbies? Good friends! Not to get all nostalgic or anything but this post is going to be about one such friend who’s gonna be a lifetime treasure! Remember the time I used to (sometimes still) arrange

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For the love of Floral and Gingham

I was working on a brand new collaboration the whole of last week. You will not be privy to details just yet, but what you should know is I was working with a brilliantly rad photographer called Sameer Raichur, who likes to take whimsical photographs of people. (View his work here ) As a teaser we shot the following pictures with floral props and my favorite gingham dress, after hijacking the

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Five reasons to visit Devbhag during the monsoons

1. It adds a natural filter to all your photographs. The sun and the rains happily coexist. Therefore you can see various colors in the sky depending upon the time of the day. 2. Devbhag is a small island located a ferry ride away from Karwar. The only place you can stay here is at the government run Forrest Resort. And the only time you can make an impromptu trip

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Sayon – Designer eye-wear crafted in wood

Elements made from natural substances allure me like no other.  Wood, I am especially fond off. Hence it should be understood that I have bug eyes for Sayon. Designer eye wear made from real teak wood.  My favorite bit is the spalting on wood; they each form a design of their own.  This ensures no two similar designs are ever identical.  Which is why I always gravitate towards accessories made

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Goa in two days

Here are some photographs I took on my recent Goa trip. I was there for two days exactly, attending the Peter England trade show. Monsoons can be a tricky time to visit any of these coastal belts but. I was really excited because the sun was out and it was barely raining. Ideal conditions to explore a place by foot. I was staying at Panjim. This part of Goa is

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A vegetarian’s food guide – Kochi

I've been a vegetarian all my life, yet most times I can never tell the difference between a vegetarian and a non vegetarian dish. Innumerable…

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Five reasons to visit Devbhag during the monsoons

1. It adds a natural filter to all your photographs. The sun and the rains happily coexist. Therefore you can see various colors in the…

Continue reading...

Goa in two days

Here are some photographs I took on my recent Goa trip. I was there for two days exactly, attending the Peter England trade show. Monsoons…

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Collaboration With Various Lifestyle Brands

Sayon – Designer eye-wear crafted in wood

Elements made from natural substances allure me like no other.  Wood, I am especially fond off. Hence it should be understood that I have bug…

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GoSpiff will ya ?

Would you like to model as Russian chic, channel a Woddy Allen, go down with Depp or mirror the old guy from the movie "UP"?…

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Happster: Handcrafted Frames

While most online stores have a convenient return policy for purchases made, I must say that I still am conservative about buying frames online.  The…

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