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Hindu way of life – Science of Salvation

Sadhguru There really is no such thing as Hindu-ism. This term and concept was coined only in recent times. The Hindu civilisation was born on the banks of the river Sindhu which is known as Indus in English today. When the Persians came, they introduced the term ‘Hindu’, derived from the Sanskrit word Sindhu, to denote the people who live …

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Palaces in God’s own country

Susan Jose Ancient forts and palaces are often considered to be portholes for travelling back in time. Standing strong since centuries, they take us on a visual expedition through the many journeys that have shaped history. During a recent trip to Kerala, we decided to explore the lesser-known palaces of the Kingdom of Travancore. These palaces do not seem massive …

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Evaluating value education

The session on Value Education on day 2 of Difficult Dialogues saw panelists discussing the role of value education in our lives, the need for teaching this subject in schools, and how relevant Gandhian values are today, reports NT BUZZ NT BUZZ With this year’s theme of Difficult Dialogues being centred on education, one of the topics up for discussion …

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Resuscitating education with better financing

The fifth panel discussion for Difficult Dialogues was on ‘Financing of Education: Binding Constraints’. NT BUZZ brings you the details NT BUZZ In India various financial schemes, polices and plans are devised to improve the quality of education, however the government has not been able to achieve the maximum. To understand whether it is the financial constraint that is holding …

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Studio Arpora- New kid on the block

NT BUZZ Studio Arpora, located in its namesake village, is a calming escape from Arpora’s bustling main road. Its Mediterranean interiors feature swatches of Santorini blue, chapel white, and tropical green. The calming palette highlights the studio’s curated collection of lifestyle décor and art. Founded by artist, Shireen Mody and her daughter, Saffron Wiehl – the studio is a warm …

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Sunburn Klassique artist line-up revealed!

NT BUZZ Percept Live recently announced the homecoming of Asia’s largest dance music festival, Sunburn, to Goa in collaboration with Klassique events represented by Shailesh Shetty. Spanning over two days, a brand-new format ‘Sunburn Klassique’ will be held on February 23 and 24 at Vagator, the venue where the festival was first hosted in 2013.  And now the artist line …

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Viva Goa, ESG host screening of ‘Chuskit’

NT BUZZ Viva Goa, Goa’s first and only lifestyle magazine in collaboration with the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG), organised a special screening of the film ‘Chuskit’ for the students of People’s School for Appropriate Learning and People’s High School, at Maquinez Palace, Panaji, on January 25, 2019. The event was partnered by the four Marriott Group hotels in Goa. …

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Drink away the cold

Zubin Dsouza There has been a lot of moaning and grousing off late. There has been a cold snap and not too many people are happy about it. The doomsday prophets have jumped onto the bandwagon and are busy proclaiming all kinds of retribution from the gods. Some say that it is the harbinger of the apocalypse while others claim …

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Go back in time at Artisan Backerei

Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ Desserts, cakes, savouries, pastries and breads – you would be surprised to find an extensive menu at a bakery. And when I say the extensiveness of the menu can be the reason for your exhaustion, you ought to believe me. At a place like Artisan Bäckerei, with so many options, don’t pick and choose, …

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Walking through Reis Magos

Sanjeev V Sardesai Standing on the banks of River Mandovi, near the Kala Academy riverside walkway, one can lay sight on the massive fortress of Reis Magos opposite the river, in the village of Verem-Betim, standing alongside the majestic Three Kings (Reis Magos) Church. The access to this fortress is by crossing the River Mandovi, either over the bridges or …

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