mumbai guide

  • Travel special: On Mahatma Gandhi's world trail

    It wasn't just India that benefitted and got motivated by the non-violent ideas of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. On the Mahatma's 145th birth anniversary, the guide crisscrosses across the globe in search of memorials raised in his memory

  • Game on! Over 30 titles to release in next 3 months

    Over 30 titles are slated for release across gaming consoles in the next three months. Hassan M Kamal has curated a list of some popular titles and exclusives, along with their release dates, so you don't miss out on your favourite picks

  • Celebrate their genius

    Two personalities united by the era they inhabited and their creative genius will be the focus of In Dialogue: Amrita Sher-Gil and Lionel Wendt, the latest exhibition at Jhaveri Contemporary

  • Let's keep this short

    The fifth edition of Manhattan Short 2014 in India on this October 3 with a sharp focus on India

  • Gaze at these charcoal wonders

    There are very few mediums of art, aside from charcoal, that can perfectly encapsulate the overcast, dark-omen-like monsoon skies, and evoke emotions ranging from nostalgia to doom and even hope

  • Goa in sepia-tinted postcards

    Dubai-based interior designer-architect Joseph C Dias has captured the charming simplicity of Goa in a set of postcards. Started with the motive to share the memories of his childhood with his kids, Dias' typical vignettes are a must-see for all

  • Mumbai for kids: Jehangir Art Gallery in Kala Ghoda

    From afar it seems to be caught in a time warp: the Jehangir Art Gallery I visited as undergraduate is like it was ages ago

  • This quirky Chembur eatery can do better in the food department

    Chembur's Abstrakt Bistro and Lounge offers a value-for-money menu but stutters a bit en route to a near-perfect experience

  • People don't listen to full albums anymore: Jimmy Stafford

    Jimmy Stafford, the lead guitarist of popular American Rock band Train thinks so, as he opens up about the band’s journey so far, and their newest record, Bulletproof Picasso

  • From rags to riches

    RoguenRags is a brand dedicated to recycled and upcycled products, which also highlights the life of ragpickers and arranges for their de-addiction, rehabilitation and education

  • Book review: Colours of the cage

    For those who know nothing about human rights activist Arun Ferreira, he was arrested by the Nagpur police on charges of being a naxalite in May 2007, and then charged with everything from murder and criminal conspiracy to rioting and possession of arms

  • Collar it with vintage pins

    Are you looking to add a classic touch to your wardrobe? You may want to get your hands on the vintage tie pins, now available at SS Homme

  • Indians in clay and mud

    From our skin tone to the shape of our eyes, there is a specific way Indians have looked at themselves. Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum presents two unique exhibitions, titled POI/Bharat Ke Log and The Doubled Frame: Interrogating Identity, decoding how this way of perception and a sense of identity are related to each other

  • A smooth journey for this Bandra joint

    From smoothies to sinful, thick shakes, Slurrp in Bandra is a delish new space to drop by for all this drool-worthy fare

  • Go metrosexual with this newly launched website

    Men can now get a style upper in the accessories department with the click of a key with the newly launched men's accessories website, The Bro Code

  • For the love of dance

    Odissi icon Jhelum Paranjape completes 25 years of teaching underprivileged children at her school, Smitalay, named after actress and friend Smita Patil, in October. Now, she has taken to crowdfunding to give a fresh lease of life to the iconic institute

  • The food at this new Chinese eatery in Andheri fails to impress

    Recently-opened China Pavilion has an array of starters, mains and desserts to sample from. Though aimed to taste delicious, the meals are marred by a loose grip on technique

  • Donate your hair to cancer survivors

    Hair For Hope — India, a campaign launched to offer free wigs for cancer patients, is in Mumbai to inspire citizens to donate hair to help cancer survivors

  • Nature is the canvas

    Retired professor Maruti Nandan Prasad Tiwari will be delivering a lecture on eco-friendly ancient Indian art and its social relevance today

  • All about Upanishadic truths

    Sankhya Dance Creation, founded by Bharatanatyam dancer Vaibhav Arekar, is premiering Trayyanta-Avastharahit, a dance production based on the teachings underlined in the Upanishads