‘Patram’ offers stunning handmade items straight from India’s artisans to buyers
Kolkata, June 24 (IBNS): Home. It’s a word that implies comfort and a sense of belonging. It’s the space you come back to after work, to relax and soothe away the troubles of the long day. It’s your domain - the place you feel at one with your family.
'World shifting focus to growing luxury consumer base in India'
Journalist-actor-corporate communication professional Mahul Brahma's maiden book Decoding Luxe is a book on luxury brands, exploring their various facets. Brahma is a luxury commentator and columnist who heads corporate communications and branding for Tata group company mjunction. A former journalist, he also dabbles in acting with his debut film screened at Cannes Film Festival. IBNS writer Suman Das in conversation
The cuisine of Germany's Bavarian city Munich is as diverse as the landscape of the region. Food served in Munich is enjoyed by people from all walks of life. A morning veal sausage, Weisswurst with a large pretzel and sweet mustard, a sturdy portion of knuckle with a potato dumpling or a spicy Obatzder are just some of the food offerings of the city. The best place to enjoy such delights, most Munichers will tell you, is at the city’s lively beer gardens, the ideal place to meet old friends and make new ones.
Pronam, a joint initiative of Kolkata Police and The Bengal – a city-based NGO of prominent individuals - for the elderly citizens of Kolkata, recently celebrated its annual divisional programme of South Division at Kalamandir, Kolkata, for its senior citizen members.
Perhaps the most courageous and landmark initiative that Rotary International District 3290/3291 has ever undertaken till date.
Yoga reflects a reality of globalization — the exchange of ideas that shapes cultures across our connected world, now more than ever. Jaime Dunaway and Emma Beyer from USA and Liza Gomes from India report ahead of World Yoga Day on June 21