Tag: Thoughts

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Celebration | A Decade Of Mommyhood… Que Sera Sera!

Big Z turned 10 years today. Sounds clichéd – yes, time absolutely flies and I don’t know where it flew. My 16 weeks ultras0no report had pronounced that we were having a boy. S however was very sure that it was a girl and had already fixed upon the name Shrishti, meaning Creation. She is also called Big Z because her pet name is … Read More Celebration | A Decade Of Mommyhood… Que Sera Sera!

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Food e Mag dxb | And Why This E-Magazine?

[Edited on 5th Nov, 2014: Food e Mag dxb now has its own inbuilt reader in its own website. There have been a few changes in the Editorial team.] What is Food e Mag dxb? Why Food e Mag? Introducing Dubai’s best selection of Food and Dining news in a bimonthly e-Magazine, compiled from some of the brilliant work of the talented bloggers around … Read More Food e Mag dxb | And Why This E-Magazine?

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Stories of Love, Nostalgia And Memories |The Ingredients To My Cooking

What’s the one item in your kitchen you can’t possibly cook without? A spice, your grandma’s measuring cup, instant ramen — what’s your magic ingredient, and why? Photographers, artists, poets: show us KITCHEN… that has been the WordPress Daily Prompt and I am waking up to it. If there is one ingredient that I can’t possibly cook without, then that is some story. A story … Read More Stories of Love, Nostalgia And Memories |The Ingredients To My Cooking

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Ringing In The New Year 2014 With Focus and Equilibrium | Inspiration – Tanoura Dance

May the New Year bring luck and love, health and happiness, prosperity and peace of mind… May there be sanity and equilibrium in spite of the chaotic madness around us. Inspiration: Tanoura Dance, an Egyptian folk dance usually performed in Egyptian Sufi festivals… 8 minutes of continuous whirling by the ‘Darawish’, the Sufi man who performed the dance and yet when he stopped he … Read More Ringing In The New Year 2014 With Focus and Equilibrium | Inspiration – Tanoura Dance

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Will You Read My Post on Turkish Ice Creams If There Are No Snapshots?

This is the post in my entire history of Blogging which will ‘go down’ or should I say ‘stand out’ as the only post without photographs. I’ve not taken up but rather submitted myself to the ‘Weekly Writing Challenge: Snapshots‘ from WordPress where, rather than giving into the urge to take a picture, I have to write down my impressions of a scene surrounding me. … Read More Will You Read My Post on Turkish Ice Creams If There Are No Snapshots?

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Blog Turns 2 Years | A Very Special Giveaway!

Yes, my blog turned 2! I have just completed 2 years of my blogging journey. We celebrated at home with the Z-Sisters, who went a bit overboard with their excitement. Big Z made an ice cream cake by mashing and crumbling two flavours of ice creams. She then made a huge mountain of ice cream, sprinkled Choco chips all over it and served mini … Read More Blog Turns 2 Years | A Very Special Giveaway!

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Somen Debnath | Travelling 191 Countries, 200,000 kms, Meeting 20 Million People By The Year 2020!

I started writing my Culinary Travel blog to pen down and share my ‘experiences’. But there wasn’t any mission. I have consciously never written anything about politics, religion, natural disasters, human disasters and many other calamities and catastrophes that I have felt strongly about. I want to write about things that make the readers feel that there is ‘hope’ in this world and there … Read More Somen Debnath | Travelling 191 Countries, 200,000 kms, Meeting 20 Million People By The Year 2020!

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites That I’ve Visited | Tracking My Foot Prints

My love for the decadent past Sometimes I feel that I haven’t travelled much. At other times when I sit back and ponder, I realise that though there are many places in this world that I haven’t yet seen, I must have been blessed enough to have seen and travelled this far. With each little step I take, I realise that the World Awaits … Read More UNESCO World Heritage Sites That I’ve Visited | Tracking My Foot Prints