In his debut novel Harp, Gun Nidhi Dalmia offers a glimpse into the bygone era of the sixties, revisiting the idealism, music and culture of a generation, who, like him, believed that the good times would never end.
The Khetawats have come a long way since they first left Dhankoli, their ancestral village in Nagaur, Rajasthan. Seeking a better life, the family set up an office in Burrabazar, a former yarn and textile market that flourished under the British Raj to become a commercial and one of Asia’s largest wholesale markets. Standing in his family’s office in Kolkata during a rare quiet moment in the day, young entrepreneur Vedang Khetawat reflects on his ancestors who paved the path that brought him where he is today. The office is nestled in the midst of what quickly became a bustling hub of commerce and trade in the mid-twentieth century. #business #Marwar #hub #Kolkata #Khetawats #VedangKhetawat #textile... See MoreSee Less
In our March- April 2020 e-issue, we draw focus towards the work done on various issues from mental health to methods of water conservation through endeavors like Neerja Birla's Mpower- The Foundation and Dr.Rajendra Singh of @TarunBharatSangh who have achieved note worthy success in giving back to the society.
Opting for the pedestrian route and bidding adieu to the wheels will take you from feeling like a tourist to a local resident instantly, allowing you to see the unseen. Learn more about heritage walks here!
As part of the team behind Responsive Industries Ltd extraordinary growth during his early years in the business, Rishabh Agarwal has all the experience that it takes to lead the company from the front, as he is now doing.
Spain may not be a large country, but its recipes date back hundreds of years, reflecting an integral part of the traditional Spanish way of life. We spoke to some Spanish gourmets to know more about the food of Spain that now is much-loved in India as well.