Economic slowdown or not, it's never a bad idea to think twice about how you spend your hard-earned money. Here are some classic ideas to remind you that sensible shopping in Delhi can be as much a joy as it's an art.
Salsa is so last season. Move your feet to the hottest new dance forms taking the city by storm.
To evoke the inner spirituality in you, sometimes art can be a powerful medium
From a funky Hulkat umbrella to waterproof USBs, raincoats for pooches to flavoured corn on the cob, here are some cool rainy day picks.
To raise funds for the ongoing relief operations in Uttarakhand, CAMERAunLIMITED and art@indianaugust
in collaboration with Goonj is presenting an art exhibition featuring artists such as Raajan Sharma, Monidipa Dey, Nimit Nigam and many others who have volunteered to give their artworks for display and sale.
Catering to the city’s eclectic taste in music, watch out for these new live venues — which host acts most nights of the week. Pankaj Mullick reports.
In Shimmering Scarlet, a show of ceramics, the illustrious Pandit family comes together to display their skill, craftsmanship and aesthetic sensibilities with which their work is imbued
As you sit in front of your television and watch the Oscars this year, complete that experience by preparing a spread that brings out the films’ true flavours. Moreover, call your family and friends over, bring out that chequered table-cloth and have an Oscar-themed food festival. HT tells you how.
In November, investment banker-turned-photographer Kaushal Parikh, 36, realised that he was not the only one obsessively capturing life in the streets of Mumbai. Radhika Raj & Riddhi Doshi report.
Youngsters are taking to desi kitsch fashion to express the Indian identity. Srishti Jha
reports. The weekend fix guide
Events that you cannot miss!
From Chantilly laced sundaes, tutti fruity sorbet shakes to cream gazpachos, here’s a tribute to summer coolers — frothy milk shakes and creamy ice creams.
Ditching the smell of dried fish peculiar to Versova, the second turn off Yari Road leads to Leaping Windows Library & Café, a charming two-week-old property that stocks 2,000 graphic novels and comic titles. HT reports.
The brunch culture, initially started by fancy fine diners, has now moved to the bistros and restaurants around town, making it more mainstream, writes Srishti Jha.