Picture New Zealand and the first image to come to mind is often of lush green forests, sparkling blue waters and scenic views fit to frame beautiful postcards. Although this country offers picturesque views and serenity like no other, it is also sought after as a popular wine tourism destination. New Zealand is an award-winning … More New Zealand, A Prime Example of Sustainable Wine Tourism!
Mumbai’s street food is its soul, with every nook and corner swarming with hundreds, if not thousands of stalls that prep fresh food every day. Most delicacies at these stalls revolve around the humble ‘pav.’ Pav is essentially a soft, golden bread roll made with wheat flour and yeast. It is used to make several … More Mumbai’s Beloved Bread: The Portuguese Pão
Bombay Sandwich: This sandwich is a combination of a spicy potato mash and fresh veggies like tomato, onion, cucumber and beetroot sandwiched between two slices of white bread. The bread slices are slathered with butter and green chutney made with pudina or mint. This sandwich is served plain or toasted and often topped with grated … More Mumbai Guide: Best Local Dishes, Drinks & Where To Try Them!
In one of the most densely populated cities in the world, is a food delivery service that puts all big-wigs to shame. Bombay (now known as Mumbai) Dabbawalla service includes an army of about five thousand men, dressed in an all-white attire that includes a kurta, pyjama and a topi or Gandhi cap, delivering daily … More Bombay Dabbawallas: The Sustainable Gastronomic Lifeline of Mumbai
For many of us, our grandparents have played an important role in our lives. They were the gentle guiding hand we needed when we were lost, the partner in crime when mom or dad were angry, and the nurturing lap when the day was overwhelming. The shadow of a grandparent is said to be one … More The Little White Mandir & My Favourite Prasad