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Monthly archive for May 2017

Book Review: ‘The CEO in Making’

Budding writers in their teens often come up with a gem when they dare write about ‘adult’ topics. Twenty-year-old Pakhi Dixit, a second year B.Tech student is one such writer whose first book – The CEO in Making – is based on a success story in the face of failure. The book is a biography of Vipul Madhani, CEO of PustakMandi.com and […]

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8 Water Parks in Jaipur you must visit to beat the heat in style

What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well. – Antoine de Saint-Exupery If you happen to be in the desert state of Rajasthan in summers, it is hard to believe the existence of a well, let alone a whole water park! And when […]

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Book Review: ‘Things to Leave Behind’ by Namita Gokhale

Namita Gokhale doesn’t need an introduction. Under her directorship, the Jaipur Literature Festival is now touted to be the “greatest literature fest on the Earth”.  Namita’s new novel ‘Things to Leave Behind ‘ chronicles the mixed legacy of the British Indian past and the emergence of a fragile modernity. Namita’s new novel ‘Things to Leave Behind’, is a rich, panoramic historical novel […]

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Event Update: ‘Live in Colour’ Art Exhibition from 6 to 13 May at ITC Rajputana

The Welcome Art Gallery of Hotel ITC Rajputana will showcase a Group Art Exhibition entitled ‘Live in Colour’ of five renowned Indian artists from 6 May to 13 May. The artists whose works will be displayed include Ami Patel and Vinod Sharma from Mumbai, Ragini Sinha from […]

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Food Review: Craving for a beer? Head to beerlicious!

If you’re looking for a place to have a beer and listen to some good music, head to Beerlicious! When you walk in through the doors of this wonderful joint you feel relaxed immediately.   The cafe follows an ultra-modern theme with features like high rise bar […]

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‘Tryst with Taste’ reveals some worthwhile tips for a perfect cup of coffee

We all love our morning brew. It is difficult to imagine a single day without it. But little do we think or know about the process of how the heavenly smelling coffee beans are grown, harvested, processed or ground. With the aim to acquaint Jaipurites about the […]

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Food Review: Have a good time at ‘The Good Times Cafe’

From the moment you walk into the Good Times Cafe you are captivated by the perfect blend of rustic with modern. The café offers a rustic wood cabin like feel to it and makes compact use of space with high tech kitchen appliances. The Cafe is beautifully […]

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