My Siblings, My Pal

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          #SiblingStories is a blogging train hosted by Ila Varma in collaboration with the Brand Ang Tatva. Thirty six esteemed bloggers from blogging fraternity have joined hands to participate in the Blog train for #SiblingTalk reviving the sweet and tickling hours spent with loving siblings and revive golden memories of the past.

          When I got a chance to write for #Sibilingsstories train, I was little confused that I should do it or not. Being a single child, my parents were the only one at home who became my partner both in crime or virtue. My maternal & paternal side cousins where living far of so we hardly use to get chance to meet up. Diwali & summer vacation were the only option to visit their houses & enjoy the cousin’s reunion. But as the years went by our these get2gethters…

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Here’s How To Keep Your Kid Engaged With Fun + Learning – Magic Crate

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          Every parent is curious like me to give their child as best as possible. And in this curiosity, they keep on buying educational & fun loving toys for their kids. As we know, kids get easily bored of all these things & stop playing with it after a few min, hour or days. And at the end, all were gathered in corner of the room or spread in the whole house. Finally, parents realize that they have wasted their money & their house became garbage of toys. To help the parents from this problem, many companies came up with a monthly activity box. These activity boxes not only help to educate the child but also increase their creative side & easily store in less space.

          Today, I am going to tell you about one of the creative as well as…

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Of The Virtual Monster Called Social Media

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In today’s time social media is inescapable. If you tell someone that you are not a user of this medium there are high chances that you’ll be looked at as someone who is odd. It is not just a matter of choice anymore to have a presence on these platforms as now they’re the first source of information for most of us, what with the breaking news, the networking and movements forming base there. To top that, if one is a regular and active users of social media and has built an identity in the virtual world with people from all around the world following them for their work, they tend to feel that they owe it to their followers and readers to be aspirational, inspirational and of course, regular. In this virtual world of constant and immediate gratification we lose ourselves and before we know it we are on a…

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Narendra Bhawan: Meditating One Plate At A Time

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In my last post I gave you an insight and a virtual sneak peak into the world of Narendra Bhawan, and in this post I want to take you through a very unique journey and the real reason for which I was at the luxurious property – food meditations.

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Narendra Bhawan brings back the grandeur of pre-Independence royal families and imagines how the prince would have lived. The last reigning Maharaja of Bikaner, HH Narendra Singh ji’s life has been reimagined by the MSR group not only through the architecture and design of this haveli, but also through the lavish meals that the king must’ve thrown for his guests. From savouring the flavours without the sense of sight, to a mid-20th century global fare with classic literature that were contemporary back in the ‘60s, to a regal dinner at the nearby Laxmi Niwas Palace, where the once-smoking room…

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