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An abode of  wellness

You don’t need to go to Kerala or the Himalayas to escape and rejuvenate. A visit to Dr Mosaraf Ali’s Time Reversal Rejuvenation Center, at Ishavilas, Yoga and Wellness Retreat is one of those hidden gems in the beautiful village of Siolim

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Ideal summer regimen

Sujal Torgal Patil   Summers are special. As kids we had mixed emotions about the season. The anxiety and stress of exams and the thrill of the holidays surface the moment the first heat wave sweeps the Earth. Summer is otherwise scorching and tiring, but we can keep the summer blues at bay with the regimen detailed in this article. 

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Spirituality Unravelling the Mechanics of Creation

Sadhguru   Seeking the divine is not about looking up to some heaven “up there”. If you pay attention to anything, if the quality of your attention is keen enough and intense enough, you see the source of creation in anything that you look at because there is not a single atom without the source of creation throbbing in it. …

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Divar’s green warrior

Twenty-four-year-old biologist Hycintha Aguiar is leading the project for the creation of a people’s biodiversity register for Divar Island, reports NT BUZZ CHRISTINE MACHADO | NT BUZZ Truly one of Goa’s precious gems, the island of Divar is known for its serenity and greenery. And in an effort to document, preserve, and protect the bountiful biodiversity of the pretty island, …

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‘Jaduchi Peti’ is all set to come to Goa

NT BUZZ Having performed in USA, Dubai and India, ‘Jaduchi Peti’, a unique musical programme, will be held on April 1 at 6.30 p.m. at the Conference Hall, Ravindra Bhavan, Margao. The programme aims to educate people about the musical journey of the harmonium right from its birth in France to its present status in India in all fields of …

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Let’s talk about the bread

NT BUZZ Goa-based Sujit Sumitran spends most of his time at the wood-fired oven, trying to understand what constitutes good bread. This Sunday, he is all set to share his experience and knowledge about sourdough bread making. He will deliver a lecture on Sunday, March 31 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Museum of Goa, Pilerne. During the talk, …

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Indian food in London

Vir Sanghvi No matter what I write about London’s many Indian restaurants, I always manage to offend somebody. I wrote once that most Indian restaurants in Britain were run by Bangladeshis from the Sylhet district. Instead of serving the wonderful cuisine of Bangladesh, I lamented, these restaurateurs served a made up British-Indian cuisine full of bogus Madras curries, vindaloos that …

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Being vulnerable: The comfort in authenticity

Aldina Braganza If you are aiming for a perfect life, then you are in for a big surprise. But that’s how we all start right? That is how the whole world sells us our life – an ideal world devoid of mistakes, failures, downfalls and sorrows. Where you laugh and play and pretend. Everybody wears that mask! Including me. In …

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Celebration of contrast

Known for its beautiful beaches, this union territory is where the East meets the West and goes beyond Garima Verma The conflict of coexistence is so evident in most of the cities. The old and the new like two different worlds surviving side by side yet never crossing that chasm. There is a place, though — Puducherry, where contrasts are …

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Traditional Indian summer coolers

Rohini Diniz India is home to many indigenous cold drinks that are prepared from a variety of fruits, vegetables and herbs. These beverages have high water content and inherent cooling properties that not only quench thirst but also provide vitamins and minerals such as sodium and potassium that help maintain the water and electrolyte balance of the body. Here are …

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