mumbai guide

  • Sufi kalams from Bhopal

    Returning to the city after over a year, Bhopal-based Munnawar Masoom will mesmerise music lovers with his lilting melodies and Sufi kalams

  • Apps to save your kid from Web perverts

    At a time when parents are worried about incidents of cyber-bullying and excess digital usage, a new app, eKavach, aims to help them stay updated and exercise greater control on children’s online activities

  • Ganeshotsav special: Take your own sweet time

    With Ganeshotsav kickstarting today, now’s the time for some sweet indulgence

  • Meet the saviour of India's heritage

    Over the last decade, Kirit Mankodi, a Mumbai-based professor of Archaeology has been working hard to help recover the country’s stolen heritage and create an online profile of stolen Indian artworks

  • Restaurant review: Lower Parel's latest fast food joint

    Shippy's Restaurante is a welcome addition to Lower Parel as it caters to the light-pocketed. Full-flavoured, the burger-sandwich-baguette fare is promising but lacks vision

  • Travel special: 5 untapped retreats that spell therapy

    If the routine of your daily urban life is weighing you down, now might be the ideal time to check into a wellness getaway for some much-needed R&R at these wellness destinations

  • Smartphone apps for Ganesh Chaturthi

    This Ganesh Chaturthi, solve your woes using these unique apps for smartphones

  • All roads lead to Jadhavgadh

    Block your weekend for two days of fun, music and love at the second edition of the JadhavGADH Music Festival to be held amid a rugged setting of a fort

  • What kind of music do celebs listen to while driving?

    The rains are still around, and so are the lush green locales. What better time than now to tune it up and hit the road. Here's what three celebs plug into, while they’re behind the wheel

  • What an idiot!

    No we aren’t mad at someone. There’s a mint-fresh online brand called Idiot Theory that believes the idiot can be the genius

  • Going monochrome

    Art gallery and project space THE LOFT is celebrating its sixth anniversary with an exhibition, titled Noir/Blanc (translates to black and white)

  • Actor Amit Sadh lists dos and don'ts while biking to the Himalayas

    June to September is the best time to hit the road for motorcycle trips to the Himalayas. Actor Amit Sadh recently biked from Manali to Khardung La. Here's his tried-and-tested checklist

  • Mumbai for kids: National Gallery of Modern Art

    Is art for children? It is a debate that I have had internally and with a few people around me

  • Food review: Dig into Bandra's sweet mystery

    A new patisserie, The Mystery Box, has made its entry in buzzing Bandra, and might end up being a haven for the sweet-toothed

  • 'There are some Bollywood stars of the future here'

    Michael Bawtree, a visiting conductor at the Mehli Mehta Foundation has trained 232 city children including the underprivileged to join their voices and take over the stage together for The Singing Tree concert

  • The silver lining to fashion week

    Ace designer Manish Malhotra brought the curtains down on the current season of the Lakme Fashion Week with a heady dose of gloss and glamour topped with some Bollywood power

  • In the mind of a cross dresser

    Sundar, a Marathi short film by Rohan Kanawade on a man who loves to cross-dress, is seeking crowd-funding through a campaign on Wishberry

  • Great news for Tintin's young fans!

    All those who grew up being regaled by the adventures of Tintin, his friend Captain Haddock and pet dog Snowy, can now share this joy with their kids too

  • How smartphones are messing with your child's posture

    While smartphones have made our children technologically suave, they are also sending them back to the age, when humans had a drooping posture

  • Ganesha in many avatars

    A newly curated exhibition will discuss the iconography of the elephant god and study its representation across several mediums of art