Vaishali Dar

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A French rendezvous: A repository of unseen archives and miniatures on display

France and India have vibrant democracies and are known for their individualistic yet diverse culture, food and style, besides sharing a common passion for cinema.

Various works of art on display include portraits and miniature paintings of French aristocrats and Indian rulers depicting lifestyle in the 17th and 18th centuries News

How corporates, civil society can play key roles in preserving heritage

Experts are unanimous that unless conservation is liberalised, we have no future, and corporates and civil society need to be equal partners

The ASI is the owner of most heritage sites in the country, including the significant ones, and is the prime agency responsible for the preservation and management of heritage. News

Heal as you dance: Know how it helps your body to get back to its natural state

Dance therapy addresses all levels of being: physical, mental, spiritual. When one dances, it encourages the body to get back to its natural state

dances, self consciousness, Dance training, Sufi whirling,  Global Festival of Spiritual Sciences, BCST therapy News

The Kung Fu game-changers: Meet millennial nuns who represent new generation of Buddhists living

Over 700 nuns of the Drukpa lineage coming from Spiti Valley and Ladakh region, aged between eight and 80, stay in the Druk Amitabha Mountain Nunnery in Nepal.

Jigme Rupa Lhamo (left) and Jigme Osel Dipam during a Kung Fu training session News

Diwali 2019: Sikhs celebrate this day as Bandi Chhor Diwas

Interestingly, the release of the sixth Sikh guru in 1619 was agreed for those who could hold onto his cloak tail. For this, the Guru got a special cloak made with 52 pieces of string so that each prince was able to hold onto

Since the day is considered an important time to visit gurdwaras, millions of devotees visit the Golden Temple. (Express photo) News

Diwali 2019: Jains celebrate this day as Lord Mahavir’s nirvana

The day is also called Lord Mahavir’s Nirvana Kalyanak Mahotsav for the physical death and final nirvana of Mahavir as he revitalised the religion.

The celebrations start two days before Diwali on Dhanteras, which is the day of renunciation by Bhagwan Mahavir. News

Looking for locks that resemble those of Rapunzel? Good diet can make it happen

Many people spend a lot of money on hair care products to deal with hair loss. Your hair care products could solve the problem of hair loss at times, but what about excessive hair fall and slow hair growth?

Rapunzel, healthy lock, hair tips, nutritions for hair, hair damage, hair care tips, healthy hair growth News

Araku is largest bio-dynamic coffee cooperative

Having worked with Starbucks, several agencies and luxury retailers and now the owner of WholeCup coffee consulting, international coffee expert and luxury coffee roaster Sherri Johns finds value in every experience.

Araku, Araku coffee, Starbucks, WholeCup coffee consulting, Sherri Johns, Araku communities, Araku Valley News

There’s more to apps than discounts

Restaurants must not undermine the customer engagement and exposure that these apps ensure

dining apps, Zomato, Dineout, EazyDiner, artificial intelligence, Gourmet Passport, Dineout, digital menu, Indian cuisine outlet News

Royal repast: A world of flavours in South Indian cuisine

The kitchens of the South Indian princely states were cauldrons of culinary confluences, taking inspiration not only from their own regions, but that from the Mughals and European invaders as well.

Royal repast, South Indian cuisine, Travancore, Nizams of Hyderabad, royal cuisines, Kerala cuisine, arcot, Tamil Nadu News

Foods to eat as you age

The body metabolism takes a hit after the age of 30. It, therefore, becomes key to consume the right kind and amount of food as one ages.

Foods, nutritional eating, healthy diet, wholesome ingredients, Nmami Life, metabolism News

Royal flavour: 300-year-old Sheherwali cuisine of Murshidabad

300-yr-old Sheherwali cuisine is an indigenous experience of royal vegetarian tastes of Murshidabad.

The 300-year-old Sheherwali cuisine at the Royal Vega restaurant is an indigenous experience of the royal vegetarian culinary delights of Murshidabad brought by the families of the Sheherwali News

India’s first known photographer king — Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II

Rare reproductions from the archive of the City Palace Museum, Jaipur, reveal Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II’s early engagement with photography as India’s first known photographer king

the selfie king, Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II, Raja Deen Dayal, Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II photos, Jawahar Kala Kendra, City Palace, jaipur, photographer king  News
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