Teaching Leaders When to Stop

The higher up you go in your organisation, the more you need to make other people winners and not make your job about winning yourself. This is a hard concept for people who like to win to grasp. The more successful you become, the more helping others win is how …

Crypto, the new ‘IT’ item to own

Bitcoin, the first blockchain-based cryptocurrency, was launched in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto. The fame of bitcoin has surpassed every expectation, and as of March 2021, there are over 18.6 million bitcoins in circulation. Anurima Das takes us through the fascinating world of digital currency In simple terms, cryptocurrency is a …

Celebrating colours and smiles of India

From enjoying the local cuisine to celebrating the diversity of India, Martina Musso and her beautiful family from Italy believe that India is a melting pot of culture. Team Culturama caught up with Martina to get acquainted about her life in India so far Your First Impression Before I came …

A Green Workplace

As citizens of the planet, it is obligatory for us to make smart decisions to slow down global warming. Along with design modifications and simple practices, we can bring about changes at the place of work that will create a long-lasting impact on the environment. Bindu Gopal Rao shares the …

#ChampionWoman of the moment

Kamala Harris, a daughter of India, is now the Vice-President of the United States of America. She is the first woman of colour to occupy the Vice-Presidential seat. Global Adjustments Co-Founder Joanne Grady Huskey shares her take on this historic moment   Kamala Harris, only the second African-American woman to …

Leading women into the future

Her one-of-a-kind initiative has become a remarkable platform for women who wish to benefit from the Internet. The SHEROES app offers a free-to-use counselling chat helpline, resources, mentorship, peer-to-peer conversations, a marketplace, a reproductive health tracker and opportunities for women. Team Culturama catches up with Sairee Chahal, Founder-CEO of SHEROES, …

Vaastu Shastra in modern INDIAN ARCHITECTURE

One of the oldest sciences in the world, Vaastu Shastra is often referred to while buying or renting a new home in India. Sowmya Putran, an architectural journalist, takes a look at the significance of this ancient science in today’s architecture.   Vaastu Shastra is an ancient science of positive …

To India, with Love

Full of love for local dogs, Felicity Maxwell-Schalck from Australia, who currently lives in Chennai, has a deep connection with India and believes that her journey is still evolving. Team Culturama caught up with Felicity for a quick tete-a-tete Can you share your early experiences in India? We lived in …

Blending borders with traditions

Whether it is food, clothes, languages or religion, India has an abundance of it, and some more. But even with such diversity, at heart India stands united. Team Culturama goes through some age-old traditional practices that Indians follow, before starting something new   A new beginning is special and is …

Believe It or Not – Nakshatras of India

How often have you been asked, ‘What’s your star?’ Like it or not, but it is hard to ignore. Vedic astrology has been a part of Indian culture for centuries. Nakshatras are known as constellations in Vedic astrology. Team Culturama takes a look at the nakshatras that are central to …