Category Archives: ARTS & CULTURE

Cleartrip to introduce travellers to a treasure trove of history in God’s Own Country; partners with the Muziris Heritage Project to connect tourists with unique experiences

>>Travellers will now be able to book activities online, like the Muziris Circuit Tour along with access to museums, and heritage sites, on the Cleartrip platform Underlining its promise of facilitating distinct travel experiences to customers, Cleartrip, India’s leading travel and leisure platform, has signed

Kerala Tourism wins Two PATA Gold Awards for Marketing

>>The awards were presented at a glittering function in Langkawi, Malaysia on Friday during PATA Travel Mart 2018   Kerala Tourism’s vigorous efforts to get back on track in the wake of recent devastating floods got a shot in the arm as it walked away with

5 Years of KidZania Mumbai: Innumerable Smiling Faces

>>Give Us a ‘High 5’ and join us at our month-long Birthday Party   Marking 5 years of spreading joy across Mumbai, KidZania is celebrating its birthday month by giving to those in need. In partnership with Harper Collins, we present Books4U, a CSR initiative to

ALL-ROUNDER HARDIK PANDYA CHANGING THE TREND WITH SIN DENIM

>> Today’s youth is not scared to follow their dreams; they are strong, passionate and fearless With a new generation, comes a new set of ideals. Today’s youth is dynamic, aggressive and unconventional. Today’s youth is not scared to follow their dreams; they are strong, passionate

Book review:GITA: The Battle of the Worlds

>>The book raises important life lessons and equips young readers with accessible mental health tools drawn out of meditation Co-written with Woman’s Prize listed author Jemma Wayne-Kattan the book is based on Paramahansa Yogananda’s interpretation of the Gita and covers some of the key spiritual messages

What Paris shows us about the history of photography

>>MIT professor’s book develops a new narrative about photography and the ways we use it, from the place where it all began Imagine a photo of Paris you’ve seen before, whether it’s the Eiffel Tower or an urchin carrying a baguette. Have you ever considered