Style by Garuda Mall


If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram, you would have seen some new and unusual activity from me at a fashion show.

Yes, I was at Garuda Mall a couple of weeks ago for their 12th birthday celebrations, which they did in a grand way with a fashion show choreographed by Prasad Bidappa, and featuring the hottest new looks from Raymond, Forever New, Forever 21, Vero Moda, Aldo Accessories, and Steve Madden.

Read on to know all about the event, and to participate to win a Rs. 1000/- off shopping voucher from Garuda Mall.

Amazing talent at MTV presents NESCAFE LABS


It is a well-established fact that India is a land of many diverse talents who want to break free and showcase their creative side to one and all. MTV presents NESCAFE LABS that serves as a platform to these creative youngsters looking for inspiration. It is a platform for experimental and creative talent to be discovered, to collaborate and to be mentored enabling them to get started on their journey in the creative field.

As the show nears the finale, here is some fresh talent you want to watch out for.

Ten times I’ve gone Awww… at Mike and Harvey’s friendship


One of the things that makes Suits so popular is how it can appeal to every type of fan. There’s witty dialogue, legal drama, kick-ass women, and juicy romance, but one reason we keep tuning in is to see the amazing friendship between Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) and Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht). Check out some of the moments where we were most envious of Mike and Harvey’s bromance.

Six tips to make the perfect sponge cake


A sponge cake is something that absolutely everyone loves. There’s nothing better than sinking your teeth into a nice sponge cake that fills your mouth with amazing tastes. However, it’s not the easiest thing in the world to make the perfect sponge cake. It takes a lot of concentration and some really important steps for everything to turn out well. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about making the perfect sponge cake on your next try.

Divergent by Veronica Roth


I finally read Divergent this past week. It had sat on my shelf for ages, looking at me reproachfully. I am not heavily into dystopia. I had bought this book on a whim, and that whim soon passed.

Still, I thought I should give this book a try to see how it felt.

To give you a quick summary of my thoughts, I liked the book well enough, but it wasn’t engaging enough to want me reaching out for the next book in the series.

Death Comes to Pemberley


I never really got the idea of reading all the various sequels/adaptations of Pride and Prejudice. Don’t get me wrong, I love the classic, and have read it multiple times. But, I was quite happy leaving Darcy and Elizabeth where they belonged. I didn’t need to read more about them.

That is, until one day I stumbled across Death comes to Pemberley by P.D. James. The book synopsis did not sound utterly ridiculous (unlike say Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), and I’ve always enjoyed James’ mysteries.

Hence my decision to read this book.

90s Music for World Music Day


I was driving late one night listening to music from Radio Indigo when I realized suddenly that I really miss the music from the 90s that I used to listen to back in the days when I first discovered English music.

Since good music has no expiry date and since World Music Day is here, I thought I’d share with you some of my favorite music videos that I think every 90’s kid would remember and feel super nostalgic about. Revisit that golden era with these videos!

The Constant Gardener


Recently, I read a Quartz article about healthcare and I was stunned by how well it summarized the healthcare problem in the world today. I wish I had the link to share with you, but I don’t. However one particular line from the article really had me nodding along with interest, especially because we recently had a health issue in our family where I felt totally gypped by the doctor and the hospital.

Keeping people healthy has no value. Making them sick does.