Wednesday , 26 September 2018


Food Culture of the Indigenous

By Vinayak Khedekar

The lifestyle of a society living in a particular region is influenced by nature and the environment and the same aspects also dominate the food habits. The mental attitude of a human being is developed on the basis of the food consumed.

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Inspired by the Nightingale

By Prajal Sakhardande

Popularly known as the ‘Nightingale of India’ Sarojini Naidu the fearless freedom fighter was born on February 13, 1879. She was an inspiration to all later women freedom fighters of India including the Goan women freedom fighters. On this day let us pay a tribute all the women who fought the Portuguese regime.

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Spirituality, Career and Family

By Sadhguru


Q: If I follow a spiritual path, can I pursue a career and family life?

These questions are always being asked: ‘If I follow a spiritual path can I do my job properly? Can I live with my family? Can I wear good clothes? Can I eat well? Can I do this or that?’ Whenever anything new approaches you, you resist.

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Cabinet Reshuffle

By Khushwant Singh

For over a week all our newspapers and TV channels kept forecasting a political earthquake of major dimensions which would shake the whole of India as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was going to reshuffle his Cabinet of Ministers.

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Honey: The Nectar of Life

By Dr Kasturi Desai

One by-product of flowers from plants that has a lot of curative and nutritional value is honey. Honey as all of us know is the sweet yellowish, red or dark red liquid produced by honey bees. The colour differs as the source of the honey is from different flowers.

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Fasting Feasting

By Melinda Pereira Kamat


Time: 15 mins, Yield: 4 ½ watis


1 wati vari [Panicum milliaceum, 150g], frozen green peas [30g], 2 sprigs curry leaves, 2 tsp coconut oil, salt to taste, 2 tsp sugar, ½ wati loosely filled grated coconut [20g], 1 tsp mustard seeds, pinch asafoetida, 4 green chillies [10 g], ½ tsp turmeric powder

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From Palaces to Sand Dunes on Wheels!

By Devapriya Banerjee

We boarded the flight on a fiery autumn afternoon. The four-hour sojourn through the maze of clouds took us to Jaipur, named after the once ruler, Jai Singh. The very fact that I was in the midst of history thrilled me. I couldn’t help gazing with awe and disbelief at the Pink City, as our car drove to Raj Plaza.

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Love in the 21st Century

By Dr Nandkumar M Kamat

There is a lot of interesting science behind love, romance and sex. But I would restrict myself, in this article, only to the changing dimension of love in this techno centric 21st century. How do I define Love?

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