Healing Brains and Transforming Minds!

We walk into Buddhi Clinic one balmy Chennai afternoon, only to recognise immediately that it is unique in concept and has few parallels. Our meeting is with the founder Dr. Ennapadam S Krishnamoorthy, the current President of the International Neuropsychiatric Association and a renowned international expert on the brain and …

Stud Farm to Safe Haven

Providing a home and rehabilitate forgotten horses from across India has become a mission for this father-daughter duo. Writer and animal lover Jeremy D’Cruz shares details about the caretakers, Bernard Patrick Borg and Mirrabelle in Auroville, who provide support to the majestic equestrian population. Horses have been around in India …

An unforgettable Kiwi experience

A visit to Rotorua in New Zealand is an enriching experience, thanks to the remarkable art and culture. Karishma Kirpalani takes us on a trip through the celebrated land Kia Ora (Hello). Welcome to New Zealand. Welcome to Rotorua. While most tourists here prefer to spend time in the South …

A healthy slice of life

No matter the age, for a parent, children’s food habit remains a concern all their life. While many today prefer to keep glued to the screen while eating, Antara Pandit shares the art of negotiation and how to navigate through this without forcing on the children anything they are uncomfortable …

The Tale of Christmas Nutrition

Christmas is a time when families get together for large feasts. From turkey roasts to delectable pies, the spread has something for everyone. But these dishes are not just meant to appeal to your taste buds but overall health as well. Elizabeth Mathew takes a look at surprising health benefits …

GIVING FORM TO THE INFINITE

India is a land of stories, which are celebrated through the numerous delightful festivals. Meera Srikant takes us on a mythological journey for Karthigai Deepam, celebrated on December 10, considered to be the second Deepavali and rejoiced by many Hindus in the South as a harbinger of prosperity The finite …

A JOURNEY THROUGH colours

Expressing through art comes easy to Araceli Carvajal García-Aznar, a Spanish expatriate, who came to India four years ago with her husband David and child, also named David. Travels through the country in these four years inspired her to start the perfectly titled project, ‘Once upon a pencil’. Araceli shares …

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again!

The ABBA makes feet tap and bodies sway even today, says Susan Philip as she reminisces about this ever-popular music band It was in June 1966 that Benny Andersson met Björn Ulvaeus. Benny, who had taught himself to play the piano at the age of 10, was a keyboard player, …

We Are All Teachers

Eknath Easwaran talks about how every elder plays the role of a life coach in a child’s life All of us, whether we like it or not, are in the role of teacher to those around us every waking hour of the day. This is especially clear in our relationships …

Beautiful bits of INDIA

Susan Philip goes on an artistic journey to cherry pick crafts from the North, East, Centre, West and South of India that make our country unique and exceptional. Some of these are well-known, others not so much, and in danger of dying out. Together we take a look at some …