food

World’s first mass produced ceramic bowl reveals early culinary habits

World’s first mass produced ceramic bowl reveals early culinary habits

November 19, 2022

A new research report published in The Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports tries to unveil the food habits that prevailed in the earliest urban societies of the humankind. The world’s first urban state societies developed in Mesopotamia, modern-day Iraq, about 5500 years...

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Over 20,000 turn up for The Drinks Festival in Mumbai

Over 20,000 turn up for The Drinks Festival in Mumbai

September 27, 2022

Mumbai witnessed its largest curated drinking experience, ‘The Drink’s Festival’, that was attended by over 20,000 persons and organised by Things2do. According to a press release, the organiser, Things2do, is designed to be the content destination platform that offers exci...

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Serendipity Arts Festival to return to Goa after 2-year break

Serendipity Arts Festival to return to Goa after 2-year break

September 2, 2022

Goa will again witness the largest multidisciplinary festival of arts in South Asia, which will take place after a two-year intermission due to the Covid-19 pandemic. According to a press release by the organisers, the guardians of arts will conceptualise a series of immersive an...

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Tour of McLeod Ganj, the home of the Dalai Lama.

Tour of McLeod Ganj, the home of the Dalai Lama.

August 24, 2022

It’s a terrace cafe with a hippie-chic ambience and crowd, where I sit and sup some hot, clear soup. The chilly winds have blown my nose tip cold and lips dry. As I ingest the soup and enjoy the warm trail it is creating down my throat, I lookover the lush green valley of Mcleo...

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India to face brunt of climate change, warns IPCC report

India to face brunt of climate change, warns IPCC report

March 1, 2022

Yet another report on climate change and global warming has warned that world is firmly on its way to a catastrophic situation within the next three decades in absence of any serious action to cut greenhouse gas emissions and to mitigate the impact of climate crisis on the most v...

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Five Indian sweets that are nothing short of a piece of art

Five Indian sweets that are nothing short of a piece of art

August 24, 2020

Indian desserts, especially traditional sweets, are any sweet tooth foodie’s dream come true. The sweet taste is not the only part of the food or sweet one cherishes; it is also the way an edible looks. In fact, many sweets in India have also been recognised for their artistic ...

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Earth Overshoot Day: India a role model for global consumption

Earth Overshoot Day: India a role model for global consumption

August 22, 2020

Even though Earth Overshoot Day 2020 has been delayed by three weeks due to coronavirus pandemic, humanity is racing ahead to rapidly devour all global resources. If the whole world lived like Qatar, global resources for an entire year would be exhausted by February 11. For Luxem...

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Go solo, go far

Go solo, go far

January 16, 2020

First solo trips are not just special but are also the scariest. From choosing the place to planning, to actually going, the entire experience can be nerve-wracking. However, it can also be an overwhelming experience that will bring you closer to yourself.

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Road to tourism

Road to tourism

June 8, 2019

A new legislature period, the same dynamic Prime Minister, but how does our tourism policy match up to the expectations?

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The mysterious temple of rats in Rajasthan

The mysterious temple of rats in Rajasthan

February 28, 2019

Bikaner offers notable cultural sites and religious landmarks within the city and on the outskirts. One such fascinating site is the Karni Mata Temple located just about 30kms away from Bikaner, in the north Indian state of Rajasthan that attracts thousands of pilgrims from acros...

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4 Beautiful Days in Bali

4 Beautiful Days in Bali

January 16, 2019

Shikha Desai took a wholesome Bali break with family. We asked her to play trip-planner for us DAY 1 After a smooth check in, we decide to spend the first day exploring our beautiful retreat, unwinding at the private beach which can be easily accessed by a private hill tram. The ...

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Jeju Island, The Jewel of South Korea

Jeju Island, The Jewel of South Korea

November 16, 2018

Recently, the Jeju Tourism Organization took its first step for Jeju to tap the Indian market by conducting two roadshows in India. Jeju will be working with Korea Tourism Organization and Hong Kong Tourism Board to boost promotion of each region in India and to increase the sati...

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