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A mixed bag of candies for architects, designers and the like

The Economic Times held it’s 5th Architecture Construction Design and Engineering (ACETech) symposium – where industry professionals showcased their expertise and exchanged ideas. Products and latest technology and techniques were on display from around the world. A variety of Indian … Continue reading

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Diwali with the Obama’s

Diwali the festival of lights is here and everyone is in a celebratory mood. Diwali celebrations vary from region to region but the most popularly believed myth is that on Lord Ram’s return from 14 years of banishment he was … Continue reading

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Deep-fried in culture and tradition

This past weekend I made a trip to Vadodara formerly known as Baroda to meet my friend, tangy lemon. As I boarded the flight; business men were making last-minute calls, closing deals and making preparations for their weekend. This is … Continue reading

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Looking good in uniform

Charles Fréger is a French photographer with a keen interest in portraiture of individuals belonging to diverse social groups and communities. This very interest of his brought him to India recently where he photographed members of the Sikh Regiment in … Continue reading

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To heaven and back

Hyderabad is known for it’s cuisine, uniquely blending the traditional South Indian dishes with Mughlai from the North. The food is rich, aromatic and ghee is used in abundance. During our four-day trip we tried a few places that were … Continue reading

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Celebrating the past and building for the future.

Hyderabad is at a crucial juncture in it’s cultural history. The city is in a constant battle with itself where it is trying to maintain itself as a culturally rich city known for it’s architecture, multilingual culture and fine cuisine. … Continue reading

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Luxurious living in Banjara Hills

I had an ambitious plan for this trip. It was meant to begin in Varanasi and end in Khajuraho. I was hoping to traverse through one of the most religious belts of the country. As I began coordinating the trip … Continue reading

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