6 offbeat fun things to do in Mumbai

1) Prithvi Theater- So what if you are not into dramatics. This place has so much history and creative energy flowing, you would simply love to take a stroll, catch a play thats going on , or maybe have some snack and tea in the cafe to get immersed in the vibe.

2) Write on the wall- at Ghetto- Mahalaxmi- Check before you start for it, if it still exists- if you find it,Get drunk. Hug your friends. Get the permanent marker from the man at the cash counter. Look for an empty spot on the wall. Write how much you love Mumbai, your friends, Ghetto, beer, life and anything and everything in general. J
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5 things only Indian women have to deal with

India is a country of paradoxes. Steeped in age old customs and traditions, yet modern in its outlook. Men and women actually do come from Mars and Venus respectively, at least in our country.

There are certain quirky and outrageous things only Indian women have to deal with…

  • In-Laws home is your home- All Married Indian women, are expected to either move in , or consider in-laws as their parents the day they get engaged. It is odd, considering husbands never deem it fit to consider likewise. All women have to make sure they let go of all their rights, affection and attachment to their parental home, and walk in to an alien home, accept it wholeheartedly over night, without expecting anything in return.

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Go Crazy with your gal pals at these 5 places in India

India is a land of amazing wonders. What best way to explore this beautiful country than with your best mates! Here is a list of 5 women friendly beautiful places to go in India with your girl friends.

Munnar- Nestled in the beautiful Kerala, this place is going to take your breath away. Stroll by the tranquil tea gardens, attend tea tasting sessions, go for long treks, watch the sun go down the hills, follow elephants on their drinking stroll to the lake and back. Amuse yourself in the history of tea and coffee in the tea museum, and shop,shop and shop for spices and teas. Best time to go- September to March.
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Freedom from the ‘Maid in India’

It’s amazing how this word MAID conjures an array of emotions in our world especially those of relief and stress at the same time.

In India having maids and domestic help has been a traditional thing and even in modern times we haven’t changed as much but the maids situation has definitely changed. Right from the Maid’s monetary expectations, their timings, their attitudes, integrity and most importantly their loyalty.
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Independence and what it means to us

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high
Where knowledge is free
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls
Where words come out from the depth of truth
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way
Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit
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Diet guidelines for people on the move.

Whether you’re a professional, an entrepreneur or a homemaker, travel finds a place in our scheme of things at some point of time or the other. It may assume the form of an official trip or just a fun vacation.

In this day and age when a big chunk of our urban population is quite conscious of the benefits of good health and fitness, they get anxious about messing up the healthy diet regime while embarking on the leisure/work-related trip.

The dilemma- ‘To eat or not to eat’. And if one has to eat, what to eat so that the trip doesn’t end up in a diet disaster, backpedaling all the effort towards a healthy diet.
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A friend for Life!

Once upon a time, there was a girl. She had lots of friends in school, to play, celebrate birthdays and every small milestone they shared, go on picnics, go to each other’s homes on those long summer afternoons and talk non-stop about a zillion things.

Schools got over, each friend started their own journey in life, career, family, and other relationships pushed friendship at the backseat. Old friends were forgotten, their memories just a distant fading memory in heart, with only a couple of them still remaining in touch.
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Five most important people in a working woman’s life

I could have always relied on my smartphone to wake me up every morning. But do you know what’s been the best alarm for me? Tried, trusted and popular? Well of course, there may be glitches once every few months. Nothing or no one is perfect. The answer – my domestic helper of course.

I don’t have a live-in maid. I have someone who comes over once every morning to collect the garbage and help with the basic chores. She leaves almost as soon as she arrives, within minutes it seems. But she doubles up as my alarm clock, almost daily.
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