Tag Archives: India

Blueberry fields

Born in a small village in India to a father who was in the Forest Services, Ajay Naqvi spent most of    ... more

Fortune favours the bold

Some might say the invisible bonds between family may be the most far-reaching or most endearing. When the longing for family    ... more

Carbon footprint reduction

Over the years this planet may have seen its fair share of temperature fluctuations; whether heat increases or drops in temperature,    ... more

Leaping into the fintech future

On November 8th, 2016, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation of two high value denominations, all 500 and 1,000 currency    ... more

Wanderlust

Venturing into the world and exploring new destinations, stepping off the airplane at a unique location, the desire to discover refreshing    ... more

Travel etiquette

When it comes to international travel, steeping in a foreign culture with customs and traditions different from the ones people are    ... more

Gurus, Godavari and the Ganges

The Kumbh Mela may be one of the most important festivals for Hindus living in India and around the world. It    ... more

Bursts of colour welcome spring

This week marks the beginning of spring for many Hindus across the world in a unique celebration filled with colour and    ... more

The changing role of race

The Democratic Alliance (DA), South African politics main party of opposition, has elected its first black leader in a move that    ... more

Developing closer ties

US President Barack Obama has attended India’s Republic Day parade in Delhi making him the first US head of state to    ... more

Lighting the way home

As the sweltering heat of summer ends and just before the heavy monsoon season begins, fall in India may be considered    ... more

Preparing for Indian festival fun

By Shiv Handa  aged 12 years old. It is the time of year when many Indians, all over the world, prepare    ... more

A mission of morale boosting

The scientific spotlight moved to India when their Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) reached the planet’s orbit last week. The successful insertion    ... more

Nine nights of life and colour

As the sweltering, humid heat of monsoon season draws to a close, India comes alive with an atmosphere and celebration. The    ... more

A super-food medicine

Scaling the terrains of South-East Asia, the root, turmeric (or haldi), has been used in pastes, desserts, dishes and juices. Hailed    ... more

A greener source for technology

Millions of individuals across the world work at refuse sites in developing countries. Carefully collecting recyclable materials, such as plastics and    ... more

Racing through a nation of colour

Beyond the commotion and tumult of Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore in the north, between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats    ... more

India’s green midas

India is a vast and impressive landscape; the subcontinent sizeably swallows up the United Kingdom by up to thirteen and a    ... more

Luxury train Palace on Wheels will take you through the heart of Rajasthan. credit - Indianluxurytrains via flickr

Traveling in style

Welcome to Palace on Wheels, a high-end luxury train which carries with it an ambience of the Rajputana era and an    ... more

A second language to live longer?

Today, speaking two or more languages may be a relatively normal occurrence. Now business owners, explorers and even the average student    ... more