mumbai guide

  • How to learn scuba diving in Mumbai

    This summer, don't let the sun play spoilsport. Hit the waters to learn scuba diving, go sailing or enjoy dinner on a yacht along Mumbai's waterfront

  • The spices of India amaze me, says MasterChef Australia winner

    Brent Owens, winner of MasterChef Australia Season 6, who is currently in the city to promote Season 7, speaks about his culinary aspirations while sipping on cutting chai

  • Time travel with photography

    Time Present is a photography exhibition where its works take on a journey of changes in the art form from the 1980s till today

  • Catch 17 new Hindi plays at a theatre competition

    Starting today, Mumbaikars can catch 17 new plays in Hindi as part of the Bhausaheb Open Hindi Ekanki Natya Spardha, an annual open theatre competition organised in memory of theatre personality, Giresh Desai, popularly known as Bhausaheb

  • Coffee art, anyone?

    Ditch regular colours, and learn how to paint using shades of coffee at a unique workshop

  • Ode to an organ

    Recently revived for a choir concert, the movable pipe organ at NCPA holds fort as the only such musical instrument in Mumbai

  • Fashion from Lebanon

    Three questions with Rayya Morcos, Lebanese fashion designer, winner of regional International Woolmark Prize

  • Now, get healthy snacks delivered to your home and office

    Luckily for us, we stumbled upon snackosaur.com just as we were racking our brains to find a healthy alternative to our in-between-meal cravings that threatened to strike during working hours

  • Here's how Sean Penn got his lean and muscled look for 'The Gunman'

    There is no age to get fit. Hollywood actor Sean Penn underwent special training to develop a lean, mean and muscled look in his new release, 'The Gunman'. The regime that the 50-plus actor followed was nothing short of inspiring

  • Remember the time

    Art gallery Tarq is showcasing Reliquaries: The Remembered Self, a two-person show featuring the recent works of Barcelona-based artist Rithika Merchant and Mumbai-based artist Suruchi Choksi

  • Food special: Give your cocktail a tea makeover

    Tea cocktails combine healthy with fun. Simple to create and perfect to cool off this summer, these creative mixes seem to be the new rage in some of Mumbai’s top lounges. The guide lists a few to tipple over

  • On track with Michele Mouton, the fastest woman car rallyist

    The only women rally driver to ever win a major round at the World Rally Championship, Michele Mouton, is in India to talk about the historic contribution of women to motor sports

  • Mumbai gig guide: Acid House with DJ Chhab, plus more

    Rahul Chhabria aka DJ Chhab will be spinning a selection of his favourite Acid House tracks this weekend...

  • Why cricketer Robin Uthappa bats for his hometown Coorg

    From homestays in lush plantations, fresh spices and scenic waterfalls to mesmeric Buddhist townships, Indian cricketer Robin Uthappa invites you to soak in the wonders of Coorg (Kodagu) in Karnataka

  • Celebrities get framed

    Vagabond Souls is a series of photographs by Stephanie Cornfield (presently Mumbai-based) that is being exhibited at Percept Art and is part of the Focus Photography Festival

  • Fashion and art meet for a cause

    Protest fashionably with outfits by Bobo Calcutta that mixes art, fashion and political commentary

  • Move to the music

    Choreographer Ashley Lobo's dance company, Navdhara India Dance Theatre, will present a new dance performance called Amaara -- A journey of love

  • Seeking the divine through calligraphy

    Arabic calligraphy artist Salva Rasool's latest exhibition Elahiya features artworks based on the theme of Allah

  • Travel special: Mapping the Deccan Plateau

    Earlier this month, the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) had organised a workshop on the neglected ecosystem of the Deccan Plateau. The guide delves deeper to gauge why it’s crucial to protect this region that is home to abundant flora and fauna

  • This Prabhadevi eatery offers healthy, tasty Chinese fare

    The next time you’re in the mood for tasty, authentic Chinese food minus Indian flavouring or ingredients, give Mr. Chow’s a call