Passing on the booze? Forget your cola and that mango drink. Try these conventional Indian drinks. While a number of you pick out to say no alcohol all year round, the belief of giving up the sauce for a stint is ever famous and has truly manacled itself to our countrywide psyche. It appears the … Continue reading Traditional Indian Non-Alcoholic Drinks to try
House parties or drinking bouts are usually fun, but with buddies. While you can communicate endlessly and nothing can be boring and when you have plenty of drinks on the desk, your next house party should clearly use a touch of greater magic, than just alcohol! Warning: Binge drinking can cause excess fun. So boy … Continue reading Drinking games which assure you intense fun!
Has someone in your life been using that poop emoji every day since it was invented, or bursts into uncontrollable laughter whenever toilet humour comes up? Is that person you? Would you want to dine at a place in which everything is shitty? Where the seats seem like urinals and the plates are the miniature … Continue reading Toilet themed cafes from around the world
Eid-ul-Fitr is one of the most celebrated gala's for Muslims globally. It marks the end of Ramadan which is the holy month of fasting. The term Eid ul-Fitr means 'The festival of the breaking of the fast'. It is the first day of the month of Shawwal (named after camels mate) and the date is … Continue reading Mouth-watering dishes from around the world to Celebrate Eid
Hosting a party may be overwhelming. But, it's not impossible. We aren’t all party planners and we aren’t all skilled at ensuring all goes well. If you’re not certain as to where to begin, here are the 9 essential hacks of any perfect party. Invitation One party planning ingredient that is regularly overlooked, but shouldn’t … Continue reading Party hacks for millennials
In 1528, the Spanish conquistador Herman Cortes bought the Aztec lifestyle of chocolate to Spain. Only the monks had been entrusted to manufacture the new chocolate drink for the only real indulgence of the aristocracy however one visionary monk, San Churro, believed chocolate had unimaginable powers to heal and bring joy to the lives of the lots and made it his life's work to share the secret of chocolate. Then the … Continue reading San Churro Café, Bangalore
The morning of July 1st, 2017 is going to bring with itself a brand new chapter in Indian economics. The Rajya Sabha has cleared a constitutional amendment to bring in a system of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India. It is possibly the most critical monetary reform object in the Narendra Modi government’s agenda. … Continue reading Goods and Service Tax (GST) of India