Medha Dutta

The Dietoholic’s Diary

You focus on consuming whole foods for 30 days.

17 Nov 2018

Weft with a Heft

The cARTpet Project, an exhibition of limited-edition carpets that concluded on November 1 in Mumbai, was a repertoire of great art.

17 Nov 2018

Let’s talk bread

The average Indian is travelling more, which is resulting in their tastebuds evolving.

10 Nov 2018

She Walks in Beauty

Ditching animal by-products and replacing them with cruelty-free goodness is the new trend and brands are catching on.

10 Nov 2018

Making Sense of it All

Disability could never stop Dipendra Manocha, co-founder of Delhi-based NGO Saksham, from exploring ways to change the narrative.

10 Nov 2018

Pinning it on the World

The world is a market place, then and now.

10 Nov 2018

Home for the Holidays

For Noida-based Nilanjan and Antara Bose, the idea of going on a vacation just did not seem feasible.

10 Nov 2018

‘To be a true artist is to be free’

Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi’s latest book, The Rabbit and the Squirrel, is a fable for grownups.

04 Nov 2018

‘I’m a Very Nerdy Artist’

Digital artist Baiju Parthan is one among the few Indian artists to use lenticular printing extensively in his creations.

03 Nov 2018

Art at your feet

Serendipity often leads to miracles.

27 Oct 2018

Beyond the desert

Bhainsrorgarh enjoys a good forest cover and also has two rivers around it—the Chambal and Bamni—besides a lot of lakes.

21 Oct 2018

Haughty at forty

The Taj brought with it a touch of Bombay glamour of those days.

20 Oct 2018

That Squeeky-clean feeling

For the last few years I have switched over to natural beauty products.

20 Oct 2018

Master of scale and colour

Paresh Maity is never one for small things.

20 Oct 2018

Chef’s table

Imagine mixing a stylish, contemporary Indian brand with an Australian masterchef.

13 Oct 2018