Cheese lovers in Mumbai are in for a treat! 1441 Pizzeria is back with their 2nd Annual Cheese festival for the entire month of November. Indulge in cheese from all over the world at this pizzeria. Choose from varieties like Gouda, Feta, Mozzarella, Stracciatella and much more. Inspired by the coordinates of Naples in Italy, 1441 Pizzeria serves authentic wood-fire oven pizzas. Head to 1141 Pizzeria outlets across Mumbai for a cheesy yet delicious affair!
The festival of lights is incomplete without Kandils or paper lanterns. We take you to Mumbai’s biggest lantern market fondly called the Kandil Galli. Every year during Diwali, this street in Mahim gets decked up by colourful lanterns. This stretch of pavement is transformed into a magical stretch resplendent with sparkling lights. For the Kandil makers here, Kandil making is not merely a business but a tradition passed on from generation to generation. Watch the video to know what makes this lantern market so special.
The festival season is here. It is time when we out go for shopping, unwind with our friends and family and gorge on festive delicacies. It is also the time when we get too busy to take care of our skin leading to various skin problems. Pollution from crackers, unhealthy eating and a break from skin care regime can take the glow from our face when we need it the most. Dr. Amit Karkhanis from Dr. Tvacha Clinic gives tips on how to get glowing skin for this festive season
The festival season is going on in full-swing and so is our festive binging. Gujiyas, Ladoos, Chaklis, and other festive snacks take over our taste buds and it is hard to resist. It is also the time when we tend to socialize more and eat out more often. Food is an important part of festivals and our indulgence is high during this time. Our dieting charts go off the radar and we hardly think about our health. In this video, Nutritionist Prachi Mandholia gives tips on how to stay fit during this festive season.
Over the weekend, the air-conditioner of the C1 coach on the Madgaon Mumbai AC Double Decker train malfunctioned and commuters tore out the window panes of the train. The annual Ganesh festival has taken a toll on the single line of the Konkan Railway. Every day this railway line has been inundated my numerous problems. Watch this video to see how commuters tore open the windows on the AC train.
It’s the time of the year when Mumbai’s beloved Bappa comes for his annual visit. Decorated Pandals, rhythmic nagadas and festival fervour will be sweeping the city soon. However, post the sweetness of Modaks, what will be left is the bitter aftertaste of dumping non-biodegradable idols in the sea. Subsequently, idols made of Plaster of Paris that are toxic for under-water ecology will go straight into the local water bodies. Can we do something about it? This Ganesh Chaturthi, go green with your celebration. As Mumbai gears up for Ganesh Chaturthi, we bring to you five artists in Mumbai who have been paving the way towards greener celebrations by promoting unique eco-friendly Ganeshas. This video explores all the places where Mumbaikars can shop for unique eco-friendly Ganeshas.
Cook with Sunday Mid-Day gives you the recipe to an interesting cocktail called 'Gin Seng Spritz'. Bensan Varghese, beverage manager at JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu, recently launched the 'Gin-Seng festival' at Dashanzi, the Asian gastropub. Inspired by Gin Seng – a Chinese herb and plant with medicinal properties, Bensan created his own version of a healthy cocktail using Indian herbal plants. 'Gin Seng Spritz' has Ashwagandha as its signature ingredient. This medicinal herb was once considered as an elixir for eternal life by the Indian kings and queens! Watch this video to know how mixologist Bensan plays with this concept and creates the contemporary cocktail which is healthy and high on flavours!
The on-going 71st edition of the Cannes film festival saw the Bollywood divas making their glamorous appearances at the red carpet. But beyond the glitterati, many Indian celebrities and talented filmmakers also showcased their work at the prestigious film festival. Watch the video to know the highlights of the event
Kangana Ranaut makes her first appearance at the Cannes Film Festival 2018. Kangana made her grand entry sporting a retro look. Watch this video for details
The Tulip Festival is hosted every year in the beginning of spring. Watch this video to know why you must visit this one of a kind festival!
Velas is a tiny village in Ratnagiri which is home to thousands of Olive Ridely turtles between March and April. Watch this video to know why you need to witness this spectacle
The Maharashtra Government has organized its first wine festival in Nashik. The Indian Grape Harvest, Wine festival 2018 will take place between February 9 and March 11. Watch this video to know more about this festival
The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, which is India's largest multi-cultural festival, is coming to Mumbai from February 3 to February 9 this year. Watch this video to know all about it
Which are Kriti Kharbanda's favorite places in Mumbai? What does she love about Mumbai? Where does she love to hang out in the city? Which is her favorite festival? Watch this video to #CelebRateMumbai with Kriti Kharbanda
Mumbai is all set to host an international shopping festival in January just like Dubai! Watch this video for details
It's party time for pet lovers! India's biggest pet festival prepares for its debut in Mumbai and we just can't control our excitement. The pet festival is expected to host more than 3000 pets like Dogs, Cats, Hamsters and guinea pigs. Here is all what is planned for the cutest weekend
Watch this video to know all about India’s first Cherry Blossom festival in Shillong
Here’s all you need to know about one of the biggest desert festivals in the world- Rann Utsav. Watch this video to know more
People in Karnataka celebrated a unique footwear festival and offered slippers to a Hindu goddess to have their wishes come true. Devotees thronged Lakamma Devi temple in Kalaburagi district to mark the festival, 'Chhapal Jatra', and tied strings of footwear to a tree outside the 600-year-old temple
Deepika Padukone’s latest appearance at the closing of MAMI Film festival turned out to be a fashion blunder. Watch video