Restaurant Review: Imbiss, Bandra – Meat Lover’s Paradise

My aversion to crowded places often lets me skip popular restaurants. But Imbiss seems to be an exception. There’s something about the place that lends a cozy feel. May be it’s the petite size that eliminates the prim and proper fine dine restaurant characteristic. The joint is a size that…

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Goa State Museum – Rich Collection And Honest Exhibit Intentions

I am going to admit, I am a museum person. Getting to know culture, history, civilizations by strolling through exhibits, listening to audio guides and leafing brochures fascinates me. I also believe museums say a lot about a city or state; and hence it is imperative to have city and…

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Hampi-Hospet In A Jiffy – An itinerary for Hampi UNESCO World Heritage Site

Hampi is an emerging tourist destination in Karnataka – India. It is a small village with a population of a few thousands. The nearest populous and semi developed city is Hospet, 13 km away. The focal point of your visit to Hampi is the ruins of the Vijayanagara Empire. These…

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Women Centric Bollywood Films In 2014

2014 has been has been a pretty good year for women centric films in Hindi cinema (or so it seems). Let’s take a look at some of them……. Dedh Ishqiya: 2014 had a crackling start with Dedh Ishqiya – A sequel to Ishqiya. The film carried forward drama in the…

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Offbeat Goa: Reis Magos Fort – Restored To Charm

Restored in June 2012, Reis Magos fort was originally built in 1497 by Adil Shah of Bijapur as an armed outpost. It was captured by the Portuguese and rebuilt on a larger scale in 1543. In 1739, the Maratha’s conquered Bardez province which housed the fort. By the 1900’s the…

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