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Eau Chew – Regaining Faith In Kolkata’s Chinese

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Eau Chew: Dishing Out Huang Cuisine For 80 Years And Counting Obscurely tucked behind a defunct Petrol Pump, this blink-and-you-miss restaurant may give you an unappetising first impression. But once you get past the dingy staircase and enter through the door of Eau Chew, you will find yourself amidst an authentic Chinese realm. On entering this eight decades old establishment,...

Tale Of Kolkata’s Chinese Cuisine & Disaster Known As Golden Joy

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Kolkata's Chinese History: Migration & Chinese Cuisine Some 200 years back, a Chinese trader named Tong Achew decided to set up a sugarcane plantation and a sugar factory in the present Bengal. He had brought along some Chinese laborers to work in these plantation fields and factory, who later settled and made this country their home. This is believed to...

Delhi’s Mini Tibet – Monastery Market

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.Monastery Market: Tibetan Culture Center of New DelhiIt is not unusual to see a Tibetan child offering prayers at the monastery while people like us standing behind and observing their culture with an amazement.What started as a refuge center to the exiled Tibet residents, has now prospered into one of the biggest and most-sought after markets in New Delhi....

History of World Book Fairs & New Delhi World Book Fair

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World Book Fairs: A Humble Beginning If you look at the history of book fairs then you would come to know that it had a humble beginning as a few stalls at the trade fairs held twice in a year at Frankfurt. Various goods exchanged hands which included clothes, wine, silver, pottery, cattle and horses and, sometimes, books & manuscripts....

Planning To Conceive? Know These First

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Trying To Get Pregnant? Learn How You Should Be Planning To ConceiveBringing up a child in this world needs some preparations. Many people start by saving for the imminent expenses that are bound to happen once the baby is born. Diapers, nanny, feed, medicines, etc. all these become a part of the daily routine which needs absolute attention. However,...

Why A Trip To Bhutan Should Be On Your Bucket-list!

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Bhutan: A Land Of Happiness A trip to Bhutan, one of the smallest countries on this planet can prove you that it is a powerhouse of natural and cultural heritage. It might interest you to know that it is one of the few remaining biodiversity hotspots in the world. With almost 72% of its land consisting of forest cover, experts believe...

Jigme Dorji National Park: A Trekker’s Paradise In Bhutan

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Established in 1974 in the memory of the late Third King of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, it is one of the oldest and most diverse National Parks of the country. Having applied for UNESCO recognition as a heritage site, this national park houses some of the most endangered species of animals like Snow Leopard, Asiatic Wild Dogs, Tiger, Himalayan...

Christmas Greetings From KitchenAid With Cake Mixing Ceremony At The Park, New Delhi

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It is that time of the year when we usher in the festive moments of Christmas with the annual Cake Mixing Ceremony. While most of us are still hung up on the recently concluded series of Hindu festivals like Durga Puja and Diwali, the city is already gearing up for the upcoming winter merriment.Cake Mixing Ceremony: A Brief History Today...

Wave Goodbye To The Stress In Your Life

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Are You Stuck In A Stressful Life?Did the recent US election and Rs 500, Rs 1000 notes ban at our home front has stressed you out? Counting votes and counting notes, both can cause stress, but is that hurting your health? We are giving you some of the easy ways to deal with just any kind of stress. Say cheers...

Eating Your Way Through Rajkot In Gujarat

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In a modern political map of India, Rajkot may be shown as a part of Gujarat, but essentially it is a part of the Saurashtra peninsula, which comprises a larger portion of the Gujarat state.To an outsider like us, this may not mean anything, but ask any local native of Rajkot and they would deny being part of the...