Saturday , 20 April 2019


Foods eaten at Easter

By Zubin D’Souza Easter is the most meaningful and symbolic of all Christian religious festivals. It is the cornerstone of their faith. It celebrates the triumph of life over death, of light over darkness. It is the festival that has a period of forty stays of fasting and abstinence; sees the death of Jesus Christ for the sins of the ... Read More »

For the love of chocolates

By Kuheli Bhattacharya Rane A new chocolate lovers’ haven has opened up in Calangute. Aptly named The Chocolate Room, it is nestled in the Park Avenue Hotel on the Calangute-Baga Road, next to Infantaria. Please like & share: Read More »

Art for a cause

Artists from France, Japan, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Iraqi Kurdistan and India that included sculptors, printmakers, installation artists, live art performers and other disciplines collectively produced forty-five works which are put together into an exhibition, currently showing at the ‘Art Chamber – Galeris de Belas Artes’, Calangute Please like & share: Read More »

The subtle little clay cart rolls on

Said to be written by Sudraka around the 5th century CE, Mrichhakatikam enjoyed a vogue in Europe before it was enacted in modern India. Parisians saw it in French translation in 1850 and 1895 and it reportedly drew crowds in Germany in 1892-93 and in the 1920s Please like & share: Read More »

Today, being Hanuman Jayanti, let us delve a little deeper on the specific energy called Hanuman. A manifestation of the Rudra aspect of Shiva (responsible for transformation and destruction), it is the energy dearest to Ram, who is the upholder of dharma and of creation. Hanuman is the energy which could hold in its arms the entire mountain of life ... Read More »

Creating quality images with light

If one imagines being in a lightproof room, it will be difficult to create images. There has to be some streak of light, or else one will look invisible if no light bounces back to create a visual form of your body. Moreover, light in photography has its parameters in terms of quality, colour, direction and intensity. The quality of ... Read More »

Not just a summer coolant

By Deepika Rathod Watermelon is a very refreshing fruit and has become synonymous with summer season and picnics too. Their refreshing quality and sweet taste help to combat the heat and also provide a guilt-free dessert for kids and adults alike to enjoy. Please like & share: Read More »

A journey towards breaking the cholesterol myth

It is pertinent to conduct a research on the linkage between diet and cholesterol in order to unveil the myth envisaged on the dietary factors including the intake of foods such as whole eggs, super saturated fats – pure coconut oil, ghee and the corresponding cholesterol levels in our body Please like & share: Read More »

Reincarnation of ‘Malgudi Days’

BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ The urge of a writer is to write and nothing else. It is with this passion author Mahesh Rao made a journey from UK to Mysore when he wanted to write. So, he left his profession of being a lawyer to follow his heart. His novel based on Mysore titled ‘The Smoke is Rising’ ... Read More »

Green Gliricidia

BY Miguel Braganza It is a tree that is in full bloom these days. The clusters of pink to light purple flowers can be seen amidst the new flush of leaves that have begun to appear on the naked stems to signify the coming of spring season. Please like & share: Read More »