I am reminded of the B-H-C model from my economics. At this juice shop, B is for Bungalow — the multinationals in India — H is for Haveli — the indigenous companies in India — and C is for the Chawl system.
As the years passed, Poojari himself became a legend credited with bringing respect and dignity to Mumbai’s favourite street foods like ‘paav-bhaji’ or ‘puri-bhaji’ which was once consumed at corner carts.
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Old Darbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal
The Buddhist and Gupta era influences on Indian architecture
A fine human being, an astonishingly gifted and versatile singer, a warmand wonderful colleague Lata Mangeshkar has pointed out.
There’s no set format in fusion,whereas you need an hour-and-a-half to listen to one raga and these days people don’t have much time.
Even though the split was no big surprise, it didn’t make much sense to many observers.
Lucknow is quite up on the list of Indian cities with a highly evolved gastronomic quotient.
As gourmands from Britain, the United States, Scandinavia, Europe and Africa troop into India to experience its food culture, tour groups and exclusive food travel consultants have come up with special packages to offer the best of the country’s food regime.
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You don’t usually fall in love when you are seething with rage or feeling cheated around every corner.
People look at India as a large and diverse place with enormous potential. And it is. But it’s one thing to be the most populous economy and another to realize that potential.
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Expat chefs across India on the India they love, the dishes they rave about and the people who have made them feel at home.
Monojit Lahiri wonders whether B-town takes research and accuracy seriously while tackling themes on history, biopics or well known events.