Tag: india

Reclaiming the dignity of artisans step by step

While we live in a time where capitalism and commercialization are at its peak, there are a handful of people who still take pride in being social advocates for old-school arts and craftsmanship. When we met Anar Patel (founder of Craftroots and Gramshree), she floored us with her simplicity and impeccable knowledge of Indian arts and crafts. A self-proclaimed “passionate… Read more →

Masaba Gupta’s limited edition sneaker line is a state of mind

Designer Masaba Gupta just dropped a line of limited edition sneakers and launched 50 pairs of hand-painted shoes showcasing the crossover between art and fashion. For this particular range, the designer,  uses the shoe as a canvas for self-expression and introduces two design concepts – Anti-anxiety and Identify. She has used her signature quirky prints and motifs to depict the… Read more →

Why search when you can Glance? An awesome, free to use inbuilt feature for smartphone users.

Every day we are bombarded with tonnes of information and news on the Internet, but wouldn’t it be nice to just get the best stories on your phone for you to actually process it without distractions and ads. The new range of handsets released by Samsung and Xiaomi have a new content partner – Glance, to deliver a transformative lockscreen experience.… Read more →

All the dope on celebrity wardrobe: Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone and Isha Ambani wedding outfits

Indians are crazy about shaadis, and when it comes to celebrity weddings the hype gets a notch high. This December, we saw some of the prettiest and richest brides from the Indian film industry as the much-hyped #DeepVeer (Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh) and #NickYanka (Priyanka Chopra and Nick Joans) wedding weekends broke the Internet with picture-perfect couple shots. Just… Read more →

Smart gifting for tech-savvy millennials within 7K (let’s not burn a hole in your pockets this season)

Do you ever wonder how the time between October to December just flies? Somehow, there is a line-up of festivals and birthdays at this time of the year, and all of a sudden everyone’s social life picks up like crazy. Anyhow, if you know young people or old, who value quality over quantity then choose some sensible gift items to… Read more →

Away from the white noise of the city, a getaway in rural realms

By Nivi Shrivastava With the expansion of urban India, there are a very few pockets of rural India that still maintain the traditional lifestyle. Recently, we visited a quaint man-made heritage village explored the typical nuances of rustic countryside curated under a common roof called Surajgarh Gurugram. The ‘urban village’ promotes the concept of rural adventures and folk entertainment in… Read more →