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Let’s Talk About Self-Care Sundays, Ladies

It’s Sunday; I have on my soothing sheet mask; I’m burning my Lavender essential oil from Kama Ayurveda. Later, I’ll go to a salon and indulge in a massage and a mani-pedi session.

Kerala Still Needs Your Help!

The Kerala Relief Fund has collected over Rs 700 Crore through donations so far. But, the losses incurred by the state are estimated to be as high as Rs 20,000 Crore.

Drawing Inspiration From Traditional, a photo-essay

For me, travelling to remote places in India has amassed a deep reserve of inspiration for my work as a designer,

#BookReview: Half The Night Is Gone by Amitabha Bagchi Is More Than A Review Of Our Past

Amitabha Bagchi’s latest novel is a thoroughly Indian story. The two threads that run through this tale include the letters from a narcissistic author to his loved ones that details life in India in the 1970s and 80s,

Handmaid’s Tale – is there place for hope in dystopia?

Where do we go from Gilead?

** Warning: Some probability of spoilers here **

Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale is essential reading.

Dear Straight People, s377 is your concern too

Oh Lord, my first orgasm. After months of pretending (poorly) to cum with my then-boyfriend, he of much porn experience,

Quanta: Understanding Quantum Physics Through Art

Human beings perceive the world visually, which is why artist Sarah Modak used art to express her interest in Quantum Physics.

Netflix’s Sacred Games retains the moral core of the book, but not much else

Netflix made a good choice picking up Vikram Chandra’s Sacred Games for its first Indian series. The novel, even when it released in 2007,

#FilmReview: Raazi, a sensibly made, sensitive meditation on love, loyalty and war.

Let’s look at the checklist of this Alia Bhat starrer: set in Kashmir, dealing with espionage, the never-fail-you premise of India vs Pakistan,

Book Review: Tanuj Solanki’s Diwali in Muzaffarnagar dispels old notions about small town India

Tanuj Solanki’s new book of short stories, Diwali in Muzaffarnagar, contains eight stories of young men and women, who grew up together in Muzaffarnagar.

I Wanted to be the Man Of The House

I was always intrigued by this fascination to know details about a person’s moment of realisation about their sexuality. ‘When did you know you are gay/lesbian/bisexual/trans,’

This Young Artist Celebrates Women in Fiction Through Her Art

Women in Literature are becoming rarer than unicorns. Real women with jobs and life problems that don’t include finding Mr Right are the ‘Nessies of the publishing world.

#TLCReviews: Aulive.in Vegan Bags

Who doesn’t love good-looking luggage? But, how many of us can pay their exorbitant prices? Not me, for sure. When I came across Aulive.in’s Peta-approved vegan bags,

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