Month: March 2018

Home decor tips from Fanusta

Team L&M With the Rajasthan Day (March 30) celebrations having just finished, Life&More brings you five distinctive crafts of Rajasthan, perfect to give a traditional touch to your contemporary home décor, especially curated by Fanusta. “In collaboration with 59 master craftsmen and women from across India, we are creating one-of-a-kind collection of handmade artefacts for […]Read More

Diabetic? Go for NutriParadise Khichdi

Team L&M NutriParadise Foods is a Bengaluru-based, B2B nutraceutical startup that was launched last year. The company, incubated by CFTRI, is one of its kind that manufactures specially formulated diets using natural ingredients for hospitalized people with conditions like diabetes, renal failure etc. The products include Kichdi for diabetic patients, ProPotion, a health drink for general […]Read More

Need to create awareness to combat rare genetic disorders

The Indian healthcare sector faces a major lag as patients suffering from rare diseases are often ignored. But both the rare diseases and patients do count, says Premas Life Sciences Managing Director Praveen Gupta. Too rare for research? Looking at the current scenario, the health care sector is facing prominent challenges to create awareness about […]Read More

Conclave on healing systems of the world at Chanakyapuri

Team L&M If you think eating medicines is the only way to heal you, you are only partly right. For, medicines heal only the physical body while there is a lot more to our being. And if you want to know all that, visit Civil Services Officers Institute (CSOI), Chanakyapuri in New Delhi where a […]Read More

Observe Earth Hour in right earnest

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha As we observe another Earth Hour (March 24) today, most people will go for “lights out” for an hour, from 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm. Do that by all means, but also pledge that you will not just observe this as a ritual but genuinely start caring for the environment in a […]Read More

A Place To Which We Belong focusses on forms of

Not only does land offers itself as a visual metaphor of lived experiences but as a tactile archive for artist Shalina S Vichitra. Her paintings function as visceral geographical annotations and recordings that employ the tools of cartography to address the complex subject of ‘belonging’. The fragile balance between natural world and human habitation surfaces […]Read More

Artist Ashok Hazra portrays Srinathji form of Krishna to evoke

If you are fascinated by Lord Krishna’s flexibility, adaptability, statesmanship and courage in the face of any challenge, then visit a solo show of paintings titled Krishna – The Enigma at Gallerie Ganesha, E-557, Greater Kailash II, New Delhi from March 23 to April 18, 2018, 11 am to 7 pm by Ajmer-based artist Ashok Hazra. Inspired by […]Read More

Mystical Moments at Lalit Kala Akademi

Pratiksha Apurv, one of the well-known contemporary artists, is showcasing Mystical Moments, a series of artworks at Lalit Kala Akademi. The show, inaugurated by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on March 15, will remain open till March 24. The art show explores a vast range of subjects with lyrical expression. One can see a confluence […]Read More

New-look Okhla Bird Sanctuary to become visitor-friendly

Saurabh Tankha Come December and bird enthusiasts in and around Noida will have a new-look and redeveloped Okhla Bird Sanctuary to visit to including a state-of-the-art interpretation centre, nature club, nature trail, CCTV control centre, digital library and bird guides, along with other basic amenities and facilities. The sanctuary will become more visitor-friendly and will […]Read More

Be happy, Be healthy, Be strong & live long

On the day marked as International Day of Happiness (March 20), guest writer Sheela Seharawat gives us a few tips of keeping happy. Greek philosopher Aristotle once said — “Happiness is the purpose and meaning of life, whole aim and the end of human existence.” His words, said about 2,000 years ago, hold true even […]Read More