Saturday , 20 April 2019


Confusion on the Spiritual Path

Sadhguru It is very important on the spiritual path that you never try to get to some particular “place”, because the moment you want to get to something in particular, your mind will start creating a “place”. You will create your own private heaven. The spiritual process is not about giving up one level of hallucination and moving into another ... Read More »

Rats! I wasn’t expecting that!

Zubin D’Souza Every year on March 7, the Adi tribe that resides in the less frequented hills of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh celebrate Unying-Aran. The festival would not be remarkably different from several other Indian religious festivals that evoke gaiety and mirth. The one differentiating factor though is that this festival celebration revolves around a rather unusual subject. ... Read More »

Chillin’ at The Hub

Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ   Finger foods, drinks at amazing deals and gaming; all this and more is what you can get at the gaming and sports bar called The Hub, in Taleigao. Spread over 500 square metres, the place is divided into two parts, the pub, and a large gaming arena that has two snooker tables, two ... Read More »

Shedding gender stereotypes in Indian politics

VENITA GOMES | NT BUZZ   She is unstoppable. From being an activist and then a journalist, Apsara Reddy has now found her calling in politics. Born as Ajay Reddy, the transwoman politician, decided to change and pave her own destiny at the age of 15, and create a life worth living. Please like & share: Read More »

Keeping tradition alive in Chandor

The first capital of Goa, Chandor, originally known as Chandrapur comes alive every year when people come together to perform the traditional Mussol Khel dance. Linked to the harvest festival, ‘musal’ is a pounding stick that is used during this dance. Please like & share: Read More »

Painting India

Everything is an inspiration in India, believes Portuguese artist Miguel Barros whose exhibition ‘India in my Dreams’ is currently on display at Camões – Centro de Língua Portuguesa, Panaji Please like & share: Read More »

From cardboard to classics

MEHER CASTELINO When waste is turned into clothes it’s wonderful that up- cycling has been achieved creatively. But when waste is turned into the most exotic jewellery, then it is a breath-taking, visual, display of extreme talent and creativity. Please like & share: Read More »

Feeding off insects

Zubin D’souza   I love the horror movie genre! I know that there are intellectuals out there who would diss me and call me out for my lame B grade choices when there is a world of infinitely better entertainment available. Please like & share: Read More »

Wine and dine at Kava

When you want to be in the happening Anjuna area, yet away from the madness, Kava at Fairfield by Marriott can be a good choice for diners as it is pocket-friendly Please like & share: Read More »

A fort on St Estevao Island

Sanjeev V Sardesai One of Goa’s cutest heritage sites is the island of St Estevao or ‘Sant Estev’ or just ‘Juve’n’ in the local language; ‘Juve’n’ or ‘Juve’ meaning ‘island’. Please like & share: Read More »