“May Day. May Day. Crash landing imminent. Brace yourselves for impact. “ That’s the kind of message getting broadcasted in our minds right now. It’s been 2 weeks into the PGPX regime, and we are way past the ‘dreamy-eyed-so-excited-to-be-here’ phase. Reality has hit us, and hit us hard. From campus hopping selfie taking new recruits, … Continue reading PGPX Diaries, Chapter 2: Classes, Cases and Crashes
Hailing from a typical bengali family in Kolkata, Satyajit Ray and Feluda have been as organic to me as macher jhol and nolengur ever since childhood. And why only me! It would not be an exaggeration if I say that Ray and his works have been a part of our being. From the suave bong … Continue reading The Satyajit Ray Short Film Festival @ Nandan
It is for a reason that The Oberoi Grand is fondly called the Grand Dame Of Kolkata. Needless to say ever since I heard about their newly opened All Day Dining space, Threesixtythree0, it made straight to the top of my ‘to-go’ places. I cannot thank Zomato more as they invited me to their lunch … Continue reading ThreeSixtyThree @ The Oberoi Grand- the new deliciousness in town
This is Sparta. That is exactly the kind of feedback that I got from every alum when I had tried to speak to when I had finally got a call for PGPX, at IIM, Ahmedabad. But such is the charisma of the institute that despite getting calls from some other top institutes from the country, … Continue reading MBBS to MBA: 1st Day at PGPX, IIM Ahmedabad
As Malaysian Palm Oil council completed 100 Years, we were invited for an interactive session on the benefits of palm oil, along with other bloggers from the city. Palm Oil (also known as dende oil), is an edible vegetable oil, derived from the fruit of the oil palms. It is supposed to have a high … Continue reading Palm Oil- A viable natural alternative ?
As adults we are always fretting about fitness and diets, to lose those extra kilos that we always tend to put on. But little do we realize that the seeds of good physical health are sown from childhood. In fact, childhood obesity is on the rise and has the potential to turn into one of … Continue reading Nutrience Kids Fitness Studio- Towards a fit new generation
Last night had been one of the most difficult nights of my life. Even the night before the final exams- which is the dread of every student at college- was a cakewalk compared to this ! It had begun well. Baby Sharo had retired to bed a little early than her usual 1030 ‘goodnight regime’. … Continue reading The ordeals of being a father !
Yayy!! The sale season is here. Favourite brands, best stores, the biggest discounts…we know that feeling right? So I started making a mental list of what I may need- regular wear kurtis, some blingy stuff for the festivals and shaadis, the perfect white shirt that I am forever craving for, and a sexy stilletoe to … Continue reading Pregnancy Fashion Fix
Every year, this time round, I am hit by severe Agoraphobia- fear of going out in public places. And I have my father-in-law to blame for that. The condition was still manageable five to six years back, but since then things have gone severely downhill. The fact that I cannot possibly find a cure for … Continue reading My V-Day hitch !
It has not been long that the Quirk and Quirky have made it into our fashion vocabulary. Just like an unexpected rainbow on a gloomy drizzly day, a dash of quirk to your outfit can instantly and effortlessly pep things up. Needless to say I love almost everything that is quirky. Quirk Box, the fun … Continue reading The Quirk Quotient
Asian cuisine has always been a big weakness of mine. Thus when Mamagoto, the fun Asian dining joint opened its first outlet in Kolkata it immediately made it to the top of my wishlist! Read on for my experience at the big daddy of Asian food. Located near Magma House, Park Street, the place with … Continue reading Fun Asian Eating @ Mamagoto
This in house restaurant at The Astor has long been known for serving delectable and authentic kebabs to the Kolkata. The décor and seating arrangements are comfortable and so to say ‘old world’ in the sense you have no quirky selfie walls or ‘hatke’ décor, as is seen in many of the upcoming food joints. … Continue reading Gorging on Kebabs, at the Kebab-e-Que, The Astor