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Beautiful green spaces in Bandra

Greener spaces are an integral part of urban life that define the layout of the community. As we have started living in increasingly built up environments, the need for parks is as important in the 21st century as it was in the 19th. They are the community’s natural life support systems and a well maintained […]

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It’s a Fluke -Design Co.

“Fluke” is the destination for the modern design connoisseur, the place where Art, innovation and product design come together as one to serve unique needs of eclectic luxury in lifestyle and fashion. We strongly believe in mixing moderns with classics, colors with texture, simple lines with sexy curves and glamour with practicality. The limited edition […]

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Vaya stores – Gaurang’s collection of handlooms

In 2001,when the traditional Handlooms were fading in to an oblivion, due to declining patronage and an onslaught of growing popularity for embroidered saris like georgettes and chiffons, weaver communities were mired in debt traps, uncertainty and hunger deaths; Gaurang took up the challenge of reviving the traditional handlooms and bringing them back in vogue. […]

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Review of Wok Express – Pali Hill.

Overall rating: 3.5/5 – Had a good experience. Bandra is trending in terms of new restaurants these days, and the Wok Express has been added lately into the list. This location where people – especially restaurant owners – struggle with space limitations never ceases to surprise me with its new and upcoming restaurant endeavors irrespective […]

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Desi Deli at Bandra Reclamation, is one of the latest deli to enter the already spoilt-for-choice Bandra eating-out space. A tiny place with just about 7-8 tables that can take probably 20-22 people at a time, Desi Deli is located bang opposite Salt Water Grill at Bandra Reclamation. Despite the space limitation, they have done […]

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Bloodline Bandra Writer Begins Second Novel

It’s been about five months since I got back home from India. I recently met an English man in New York City, Danny Strongbow whose grandfather, Charlie Strongbow, was born and lived in Bombay, India during the British Raj. Danny had read Bloodline Bandra in London. He looked at me and said, “I need to show you […]

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