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Bottles of Soda Waiting To Pop!

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At first glance, this might come across as a party planning blog post, but it’s not. I want to take some time today to talk about life and its daily pressures. This is a post about how all of us have become like those soda bottles which have been shaken, and all that fizz is […]

 
Health

Sniffing Out The Cliche “Your Biological Clock Is Ticking”

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“Your Biological Clock is Ticking”, Is this metaphor carrying a sexist hue? The concept made its debut appearance on the front page of Metro Section, Washington Post on 16 March 1978 by the author, Richard Cohen. Who would have thought that the article “The Clock Is Ticking for the Career Woman” would start a revolution […]

 
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‘योगा केला’

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आज जागतिक योग दिना निमित्त जगभर मोठ्या उत्साहात विविध कार्यक्रम राबविण्यात आले. शारीरिक व मानसिक स्वास्थ्य आणि आध्यात्मिक परिपूर्णते करिता भारताने संपूर्ण जगाला ‘योग’ रूपात अत्यंत महत्वाची धरोहर बहाल केली आहे.   भारतात सुद्धा ठिकठिकाणी विविध कार्यक्रम राबविण्यात आले. ह्या कार्यक्रमांच्या बातम्यांनी वृत्तवाहिन्यांच्या prime slots वर एकेरी हक्क गाजवला आहे. खरच आनंद आहे.   पण […]

 
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The True Heroes In Life

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We had recently introduced Urmi Foundation through a blog post. A place which specializes in helping differently abled children and the wave of change that they are bringing about. The foundation of this NGO is built upon a lot of real-life stories revolving around children with special needs, their parents, the difficulties they face adjusting […]

 
Finance

Finance: Investing in Indian Stock Market

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Image source: http://trademetria.com/ Even before I start with this article I want to explain some basic terms that relate to the stock markets. Share: A share is nothing but a part ownership in a company. For e.g. If a company issues 100 shares and you own 1 share, you have 1% stake in the company. Stock […]

 
Food

Recipe Book: My Experiments With Baking

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Cardamom-Rose-Pistachio Cake This is a cake I had baked for our 6th wedding anniversary this year. I have never been a baker and starting my baking experience with this cake recipe was probably a disaster waiting to happen. But I did succeed, and my dear husband ended up loving this cake to death. So much that he made […]

 
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Recipe Book: Mumbai Street Food- Vada Pav Mumbai Ishtyle For Everyone Abroad

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  There is no other food in the world I love more and miss more than the Mumbai vada pav. What is amazing about this dish is that, it does not have very many ingredients, but the right proportion of everything can make it so good that, no other food can compare to how tasty […]

 
Food

Recipe Book: Mumbai Street Food- The Dosa You Always Wanted To Make At Home

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I grew up in a middle-class family in amchi Mumbai. My dad was a banker and mother a homemaker. Since childhood I was lucky to experience two distinct styles of cooking. My mother comes from a family where they did not eat garlic and onions and my father’s side has always been very unorthodox and […]

 
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Urmi Foundation- See Things Differently!

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  “Originality implies being bold enough to go beyond accepted norms” – Anthony Storr We live in a world obsessed with perfection, and have long forgotten the beauty of imperfection. Our differences are what make us beautiful. This simple yet powerful statement needs to be imbibed in our future generations. From the advertisements promoting makeup […]