Mid-Day Premium ‘Gen Z is criticised for taking life too seriously’

Mental health experts reveal that Gen Z is often criticised by older age groups for taking life too seriously, and advised to ‘relax’, without attempting to understand their viewpoint. We decode what toxic positivity is, its negative impact and the need to address emotions for better mental health

17 April,2024 09:35 AM IST | Mumbai | Aakanksha Ahire
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World Heritage Day 2024: Fun heritage video tour of Mumbai's Gateway of India

    World Heritage Day 2024: Fun heritage video tour of Mumbai's Gateway of India

    Did you know, that the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Colaba is even older than the Gateway of India? Have you ever wondered, why is the Elephanta Caves called so? This World Heritage Day 2024, get ready to explore Mumbai’s heritage like never before. The Colaba area of Mumbai holds a treasure of history with remarkable monuments and structures that narrate the tale of Mumbai’s glorious past. Among them, Mumbai’s Gateway of India and the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel stand as majestic landmarks bridging Mumbai’s modern present to its hair-raising history. In this series of Mid-day Xplore, Mid-day's journalist Katyayani Kapoor explores Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Palace Hotel with the founder of Mumbai Heritage Tours - Pranav Damle who gives a peek into the untold and rare history of South Mumbai's remarkable heritage honouring the heritage of Mumbai this World Heritage Day.

    17 April,2024 09:00 PM IST

    Travel News

    Mid-Day Premium How Gen Zers are exploring religious tourism in India

    The travel industry is witnessing a rapid rise in religious tourism. This trend is largely driven by Gen Zer's inclination towards visiting spiritual destinations to seek inner peace. We spoke to experts from the industry who dive deep into the trend and recommend top spiritual destinations you must explore

    17 April,2024 07:30 AM IST | Mumbai | Aakanksha Ahire

    Relationships News

    Gen Z daters in India use dating apps as a tool for self-exploration: Study

    21 per cent of men and women over 27 say that paying attention to certain behavioural patterns while using dating apps can be beneficial in detecting self-image issues

    16 April,2024 03:49 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
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