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King almond, royal treat
IN ITALY, wedding hosts often gave sugar-coated almonds wrapped in fabric to their guests symbolizing good health, fertility, romance, fortune and happiness. Throughout history, almonds have maintained religious, ethnic and social ...
Sprouts to snack
GREEN GRAM originated in North-eastern India and there is a long history of its use throughout Asia. Its popularity stems not just from its medicinal and nutritional properties, but also from its adaptability to drought conditions and inferior ...
Where's the desi chick-lit?
The women in modern day chick-lit are not depressed victims. They are unexpected winners having a blast
Brewing books, the bibliophile way
SO, WHAT'S brewing in Delhi? Books, books and more books. Yes, in an age when the saas-bahu saga dominates all dinner and post-dinner conversation, when Jassi gets many heads turning, there are the old faithful giving a swanky new look to the old ...
Love beyond a love story
Harsha Dehejia has come out with another book on one of the world's favourite love stories. ANJANA RAJAN meets the man who loves to love Krishna.
Painted shawls this winter
Painter Sudip Roy has come out with a new venture. This time painting on Pashmina shawls, recently exhibited in New Delhi.
Not just her father's daughter
Catch up with Pratibha Advani who is determined to carve out her own identity as a filmmaker.
Another daughter rises
DESIGNERS COME and go but there are only a few of them who have made a mark in the fashion industry. Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, JJ Valaya, Rohit Bal and lot more are some of the names ruling the industry with their embellished ...
Coronation for Yuvraj?
AS THE adage goes `leaders do not do different things but do things differently', this cliché holds true for young Yuvraj Siddharth Nagpal, who took his first step into the fashion industry at a tender age of 16. An ardent admirer of the `the ...
That crunchy delight
Think of kachori, think of Fateh, the venerable 84-year-old man still plying the timeless favourite of one and all at Raj Niwas Marg. RAHUL VERMA takes a bite.
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