The home of Tashkent the foreboder of the silk route, the key of the Islamic Golden age, Uzbekistan, once a soviet country is ridden with gorgeous architecture, deep-rooted culture and a bounty of the earth, yes am talking about the fruits of the land quite literally. Most of the Uzbeks are Sunni Muslims, they comprise… Read More Around the world #🌏in83hours. Episode 5 – Uzbekistan with Chetna Ramachandra
Tucked away in the busy alley of Jubilee Hills, off the buzzing Road no 36 is a little bakery, nestled in a large compound that looks like it is largely inspired by little birds. What with all the minuscule detailing and use of softwood in the decor. Of all the delightful offerings stocked here I… Read More A whiff of Paris!
Comprising over a hundred mountains that peak over 7200m the Himalayas, literally meaning ‘the abode of snow’ are home to the the world’s tallest peaks and the tallest of them all, the Mount Everest. Apart from the year-round snow, the rugged peaks and enormously awe-inspiring landscape, the Himalayas are also deeply steeped in spirituality. For us… Read More To H-e-a-v-e-n and back.
The last month I have been having a major food haunt. And yes, its Ravioli. The Italian master blaster of all delicacy. After a whole lot of hob-nobbing I must say I did find the perfect Ravioli right under my nose. Well not in my kitchen, but at a stunningly simple and elegant restaurant called… Read More On my mind: Ravioli
One of my earlier posts, on food, is surprisingly the most accessed according to the stats. Interesting! Umm so now I’d like to share the only diet I truly believe in – the snob diet! Well all you gotta do is make sure you eat real good food. Stuff that makes you drool. Everything works!… Read More The Snob Diet