Flavours of Awadh | JW Kitchen | JW Marriott |

” I have an enormous fondness for delicious food. It’s very comforting”- Teri Garr

And, if you chime in along with Teri Garr then the Royal feast that JW Marriott has put across for you, is a must visit. There are very few times that i’m dumbfounded and sit there gawking at how delectable the food is. Let me assure you that this was one of those times.

Flavours of Awadh by JW Kitchen in Association with MasterChef Rehman Mujeebur:

MasterChef Rehman, is no newbie and has put himself out there on the culinary map by being a well known Chef & restaurateur who has always focused on reviving and bringing forward the flavours of North West Frontier cuisine.

I, was delighted to be a part of the exclusive chef table, where he spoke about the intricacies of the cuisine and how he believes in using pure and minimal ingredients to allow each of the ingredients to be the heroes of the dish. His food has subtle yet clean flavours and you can very well feel the notes of the ingredients come across. He believes in banishing the use of artificial colours and hence his food is devoid of the gimmicky colours and are of the natural colour that particular dish.

For instance, the “Kale Channe Ki Ashrafi” was such a delight to bite into where you could feel the texture of chickpeas and also of some floral notes.

Chef Rehman, also manages to break the stereotype of NW Frontier cuisine being exclusively Non vegetarian based. The plethora of vegetarian food was just perfect from Ittar ki Dal to Lehsuni bhindi, each and every dish was par excellence. Another interesting aspect was the bread ; not only were they magnificent but they also were packed with so much flavour. The sheermal & the Lucknowi kulcha paired like a dream with the gravies & there was no way you could feel satisfied after one.

We even saw some regal dishes like the Lagan ka Murgh, which is cooked in a lagan ; a Lagan is a copper vessel that’s shaped like a huge oval tray and is used to cook meat based dishes primarily.

Apart from the main course, we even relished some meetha in the form of “Chakundar-e-Afroz & Sheer Qorma”.

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Verdict : The festival is just brilliant and will be on till the 4th of November. They have an exquisite selection of sizzling Kebabs, rich gravies, unique flatbreads & delectable desserts.

I, urge you to not miss this feast and go try Chef Rehman’s Royal treat to your tastebuds.

Rating :

5/5

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Tim Tai | Poke Bowls |

The Poke Bowl trend has taken all over the internet and has gripped a lot of people in it’s clutches. While there are literally 100’s of recipes flooding your screen on how to make the perfect poke bowl, i acquainted myself with one a few days back at “Tim Tai”. Poke bowl, traces its origins back to the Polynesian culture and more specifically Hawaii and comes replete with a slew of bases & vibrant colours that tickle your appetite.

About Tim Tai :

Tim Tai, is a Pan Asian restaurant and believes in proffering you with dishes that are unique and palate pleasers. We were invited to experience the preview of the new menu Launch and the results were very satisfying.

What did i devour?

We started with the delectable amuse bouche which was ” crunchy crackle cup with crunchy veggies”, the perfect mouthful.

I, chose the “Pan fried Noodles in Hunan Sauce” was a delectable mix veggies in a light & dark soya based sauce. The umami flavour was prevalent and i thoroughly enjoyed the poke bowl. The poke bowls comprise of a protein component which usually is fish & tuna in particular but they can be customised as per your fancy.

These bowls have been customised under the keen eye of Chef Nimish Bhatia and were quite a wonderful bowl full of goodness. The portion is quite satisfying and really fills you up. The poke bowls are a meal in itself and trust me are one of the most easy on your health & time kinda meals.

Some of the well loved poke bowls were :

1. Steamed noodles with Kai Ka Prao in Hot Basil Sauce

2. St. Shanghai Noodles with Mapo Tofu in Black Bean Sauce

3. Kao Mali with Kung Nam Prik Pow in Thai Roasted Chilli paste

4. Steamed Rice with Pla Ra in Sweet & Spicy Sauce.

We then finished the meal with the darsan of crispy fried wanton sheets & vanilla icecream.

We were also treated to an eggless sizzling brownie, which again was quite a delight.

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Verdict : I, would definitely urge you to try these poke bowls at Tim Tai when the release and relish the melange of flavours on your palate.

Rangeelo Rajasthan | My Place | Gokulam Grand Hotel & Spa|

Rajasthan, the land of the kings, the land of colour and the land of heritage. Rajasthan, depicts the picture of India in the most beautiful way possible, with its soaring winds, breathtaking views and delectable food.

I, experienced the “Rangeelo Rajasthan” food festival, a few days ago and i still can not get over, how well the whole meal went. It had robust flavours, it had a hearty spread and it had the pure authenticity of Rajasthan.

About the Rangeelo Rajasthan Food Festival:

The minute you entered, you were greeted by a lavish set up which mimicked the forts or garhs of Rajasthan. We were welcomed with the traditional welcome Aarti by a beautiful young lady & the place spilled with colour all over.

The staff was dressed immaculately in the Rajasthani finery and this caught our attention immediately along with the folk singers singing. “My Place”, was converted into a beautiful set up, that instantly took you to the land of the kings.

After being stimulated by the eye, it was time to look after those longing tastebuds as well. We, started with a refreshing chaas & then while the soothing music pleased our ears we were served “Paneer Methi Tikka” & ” Hara Bhara Kabab” for the vegetarians and “Murgh Angara” & “Macchi ke Sooley” for the non vegetarians.

Being a vegetarian, trust me the starters were just done to perfection. The Paneer filled with the flavours of Methi & the Kabab, so soft and melt in the mouth. Shown here are the Paneer Tikka & Murgh Angara.

After the starters, i had seen a beautiful array of chaats and had to turn my way towards it. In, the chaat section we saw a melange of “Kachoris, Chutneys, Bajjis & Dahi Gujiyas”

The main course was immense with ample amount of options for both the vegetarians & non vegetarians. And, over here i would like to reiterate a very important point which i got to know through the Chefs.

The Chefs were flown down specifically for this occasion all the way from Rajasthan and they got along with them, the special ingredients and the masalas from Rajasthan & in a true essence gave you a flavour profile, which was unforgettable. They really put in a lot of effort to make this a learning as well as a discovering episode for all the patrons of “My Place”.

Coming back to the main course, we feasted upon some famous & some unsung heroes of the Rajasthani cuisine. We had “Laal Maas” , “Ker Sangri”, “Aloo Mangodi ki Subzi”, “Haldi Ki Subzi”, etc..,

Some of these were dishes that i, was devouring for the first time & it was a delight. My ultimate favourite was the unique “Daal Bati Churma” with 4 different kinds of “Churma”, like the rose petal “Gulab churma”, pineapple churma, Bajra churma & normal churma.

And, then the desserts. The desserts, were classified as “Continental desserts, Pan India desserts & Rajasthani desserts”. The Rajasthani desserts had the delicious “Pantua, Malpua & Lapsi” .

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Verdict : Rangeelo Rajasthan, was an astonishing success with me as it explored the Rajasthani cuisine in depth and spoke volumes about the culture. The food was like no other as even the ingredients were imported from Rajasthan.

Rating :

4.5/5

Masterclass at Academy of Pastry Arts | Bangalore |

I, had the pleasure to experience a baking Masterclass, by Chef Kimberley Rozario at Academy of Pastry Arts, where we were taught how to create a delightful modern French inspired pastry, “The Berries Vanilla Gateau”. A lot of us dream to bake cakes and pastries but take a step back when you’re faced with the challenge, APAI will make you realise that though it’s a tough job, it’s all about discipline & if you manage to get disciplined about baking, there’s nothing stopping you.

About Academy of Pastry Arts :

The Academy of Pastry, India, has its well established centres in Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Bangalore, run for and by the people who are passionate about Baking and Culinary. Academy of Pastry Arts Malaysia” has the finest Pastry chefs team in entire Asia & Middle East. The Academy is one of the top 10 Pastry schools in the world.

USP Of Academy Of Pastry Arts, India :

•Academy of Pastry Arts follow European trend and the courses are designed on French pastries.  

● Best Pastry chefs of the world visit India regularly providing skilled workshops.

● Organized & structural training for Bakers, Pastry chefs, Chocolate, Cake designer and Ice Cream Makers.

● Bridging the gap of Hotel Industry expectations and students level of Expertise by providing a platform for all pastry chefs in the country to learn and share.

● The Academy presents the opportunities to their students to become a part of their professional community and brine the international brands of raw material and equipments to young chefs.

● Academy of Pastry Arts maintains a positive relationship with alumni throughout their career and provides continuing education courses for graduates, professionals and food enthusiasts.

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Masterclass with Chef Kimberley:

Chef Kimberley demonstrated the intense techniques & technicalities of baking. She spoke about the science behind the baking and how it is imperative to be alert at all times, when you’re baking.

She started with creating a delicious chocolate almond sponge from scratch, allowing us the liberty to ask questions. Little nuances like using a high quality cocoa powder like “Callebaut” was highlighted.

After the chocolate sponge was set to bake, she went onto create the simple yet complex “Vanilla Mousse”. One of her pro tips was using a strainer after having made the cream, milk & vanilla to reach a boil, as this would result in a homogeneous mixture that would result in better taste & texture.

She then went to make a beautiful berry jelly, where all the concentrates were ready made so that there is uniformity in flavour. She then layered it with the vanilla mousse & Chocolate sponge.

She also spoke about the kind of tools that you will need for baking.

Lastly, she assembled the cake & glazed it with a glaze she had made.

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The APAI, have a great team of dedicated professionals who will make sure that your culinary dreams can be achieved. Though, the name is quite upfront about it being a Pastry School, allow me to enlighten you that they also train people in culinary arts.

Please check the website for more details:

http://www.academyofpastryartsindia.com/

JW Kitchen | JW Marriott | Bangalore

“When you bond, you bond with your soul & the way one easily bonds with one another is through the victuals on the table”- Noorain.

The simple act of eating food, has so many facets to it. It not only satiates your hunger but it also satiates your soul. It’s over food, that the best of conversations happen & it is over food that I believe that you even carve bonds with each other.

For me a Sunday is a very special day, it’s the only day that we as a family get to spend time with each other. So, more often than not, i love spending my Sundays doing what i love the best sans the restraints of time or pending paperwork.

Last Sunday, i found myself savouring the “Monsoon Brunch Buffet ” at JW Kitchen curated by Chef Daniel.

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About JW Kitchen’s Monsoon Brunch Buffet :

The Monsoon Brunch Buffet , is a tongue tickling affair with a vast spread of delights for you. The buffet consists of a Salad & Cheese Counter, Indian Street Food Counter with Chaats, Bunny Chow & Pav Bhaji, Oriental Counter, Grill Meats Counter, Indian Cuisine Counter, a special Spice Terrace pop up by Chef Saddam, Dedicated live Sushi Counter, a dedicated section for the vegetarians with homely flavours, live Pasta Counter, a dessert counter with both Indian & Continental ones & of course a bar counter, to get your spirits high (pun intended) while, the there is a live music performance going on.

They also have a dedicated food counter for the kids, with live entertainment & play area replete with an Air castle, inflatable pool, games & go around.

The ingredients that go into the dishes are sourced with great care. Special mention to the in house pasta that is made fresh for some of the dishes, so that they can stay as authentic as possible. The desserts are done with utmost care and trust me, they are a delight to indulge in.

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What dishes i loved during my Monsoon Brunch Buffet sampling :

. The delicious array of Salads, specially the tomato & boconccini salad.

. The Sushi’s hit home with demure flavours.

. The Ravioli with Alfredo sauce. I opted for a vegetarian version.

. Thai Curry.

. Kothu Paratha.

. Bunny Chow & Pav Bhaji

. Valrohna Mousse ( took me to the moon & back)

Here are a few pics from around the buffet :

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Verdict : It’s a great way to unwind and enjoy a lazy Sunday with the family. Definitely, something to check out, if you’re on the lookout for great brunches.

Rating : 4.5/5

BBQ’D| Restaurant Review| UB City |

” The essence of great food, is in the revoking & relishing of the memory when you ate it”- Noorain

For me, i have almost always gingerly caressed the memory of the first time i relished the “Lehsuni Palak Chenna” at Made In Punjab. It was one of those delicate dishes that left a strong impression on my memory. Post a few visits, they unfortunately closed down and i tried to recreate that dish at home with no success, whatsoever.

Recently, my ears picked up some news from the grapevine that said that ” Made In Punjab”, was going to be revived and it was going to happen at BBQ’D. My joy knew no bounds when it was confirmed that the news was as true as the rising of the sun each day and then the a quiet lunch at BBQ’D on a breezy day, revoked the memory of the first time i had that “Lehsuni Palak Chenna” after all.

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About BBQ’D : It’s a restaurant on the 2nd level of UB City, located where MIP* was. The food is predominately served as a buffet and the cuisine is North Indian. They are hugely popular for their grills and happy hours.

BBQ’D, revived MIP* after a huge demand from their patrons ; who just missed MIP* and their signature dishes a tad bit too much. BBQ’D listened and got back their signature dishes on the a la carte menu.

Decor & Ambiance : The decor is done tastefully with the amber lights to superimpose an ambiance of relaxation while you dine. Equipped with plush sofas in stone grey hues & contrasting wooden parquet flooring, rest assured that your dining in style.

Hospitality: Always done perfectly. The staff are well groomed, ready to help and always smiling. Special mention to Mr. Joyjit Bannerjee & Chef Mahabir for looking after us so well.

The Grub Story : The MIP* menu, that you can find on the a la carte menu is as follows :

1.Palak pata Chaat.

2.Malai Broccoli.

3.Chicken Tikka Chaat.

4.Dahi pataka

5.Dhansu Aloo

6.Tandoori Mushroom.

7.BBQ’D special Paneer Tikka.

8.Karara bhatti Paneer.

9.LOL Tiki.

10.Murgh Tikka.

11.Lehsuni Tikka.

12.Legacy Tandoori Champ.

13.Tandoori Jheenga.

14.Bhatti Murgh.

15.Dal Makhni.

16.Lehsuni Palak Chenna.

17.BBQ’D Special Butter Chicken.

18.Murgh Dum Biryani.

19.Rasmalai

20.Nukkad Jalebi.

My favourites out of the list are the crispy yet flavourful Palak Pata Chaat with the delicious potato mash to bind the mouthful. The Dhansu Aaloo was just another treat with baby potatoes basking in glory with little sesame seeds over them. While the Tandoori Mushroom created an uproar on my tongue with extremely power packed flavours, the BBQ’D Special Paneer Tikka soothes it down with the creamy and melt in the mouth marinated cottage cheese.

Last but not the least, the stars of my show ” Lehsuni Palak Chenna” & “Dal Makhani”. Allow me the privilege to tell you that nothing has changed with these, if it has ; then it’s only better. Must must must try! Your meal is incomplete without these beauties when you pair them with a crispy & hot Garlic Butter Naan. What’s life, without some indulgence?

Close the feast with some crispy Nukkad Jalebi and Rabdi and maybe silently engrave another day in your memory to speak of, to people when you meet them.

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Verdict : A delight to indulge in. Their MIP menu must not be missed, feel free to try them and thank me later.

Rating : 4.5/5

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*MIP : Made In Punjab

NutriPot – Another Healthy Wonderchef Creation.

Last Saturday, cooking became a little more easier & a lot more convenient. While all of us dread those prep hours in the kitchen ( aloo kato, lauki dholo, Garam masala pees lo, etc) , the scariest part is keeping a keen eye on the process after the prep session. It’s like you need to be glued near the stovetop & if it’s the pressure cooker day then you must be in sync mode with the “Seeti” aka “Whistle”.

Wonderchef, comes across as a saviour & promises to ease your stress. Wonderchef unveils an advanced way of nutritious cooking, with their “Nutri-Pot”.

After 14 months of rigorous market research and product design, Wonderchef has curated a fully automated appliance, that brings health, taste and convenience in your daily cooking.

With an embedded advanced micro-computer technology, Nutri-Pot automatically controls temperature, pressure and time according to different types of food ingredients. 18 pre-set dishes – Rice/Pulav, Khichdi/Biryani, Chicken Curry, Mutton Curry, Dal, Rajma/Chole, Veg Curry, Soup, Yogurt, Cake, Sambhar, Baby Food, Steamer, Slow Cooker, Sauté/Bhuna, Manual and Reheat – allow one to achieve perfect results every time.

With 6 Litre capacity, Nutri-pot prevents over–cooking of food protecting precious vitamins and minerals. PIt uses only optimum amount of water for cooking. The tight – fitting lid traps the steam rising from the food within the pot, retaining important nutrients within the food.

Nutri-Pot offers a delay timer that allows one to program when exactly to begin cooking. One can go for shopping and come back to a freshly – cooked hot meal. Apart from the above features, Nutri-Pot also offers:

1. Automatic Keep Warm function keeps the food warm until ready to serve

2. Hard-anodized inner pot – The process of anodizing makes the aluminium harder and non-reactive ensuring years of hassle-free use, faster cooking and even heat distribution

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“Wonderchef has always focussed on offering innovative and quality products to its customers. A thorough research based approach led to the curation of this product. We have customized the built-in functions as per the Indian cooking style. The delay timer feature offers convenience to the customers at finger-tips”, Says Ravi Saxena, Managing Director, Wonderchef.

Nutri-Pot is available for pre-booking on wonderchef.nutripot.com and in retail stores across India.

How to Beat Little Blocked Noses.

“A new baby is like a beginning of all things- wonder, hope & a dream of possibilities”- Eda J Leshan

Along with that little bundle of joy, there comes an emotion that’s cognitive to a mother, the minute the baby is born. A mother makes a promise to her young one, she whispers into the baby’s ear that i will love you and take care of you forever. 

It’s just so satisfying to see your little one, always smile and stay healthy. The minute your baby gets under the weather, you start panicking more than the baby himself. As parents, we all know that our young ones will catch the nasty cold at least 5-6 times a year, yet we aren’t prepared for it when it happens. We run helter skelter and forget that this doesn’t mean that you did something wrong but it’s just nature’s way of developing your baby’s immunity. 

Babies are obligatory nose breathers, so the cold virus brings along with it, runny noses, blocked noses and a plethora of crankiness and sleep deprivation for both the baby and you. I have 2 young boys aged 5 years and 1.6 months and every time they catch the cold and have blocked noses, i’m mentally disturbed but always resort to using Nasivion® nasal spray and nasal drops for their little noses under my paediatrician’s recommendation. 

I, have been using Nasivion® for my little ones, to help them recover from their colds gradually and peacefully. They tend to sleep better and instead of getting up 4-5 times in the night, they get up about 1-2 times. 

Dosage of Nasivion® Nasal Saline Solution: 

Instil 2-3 drops / sprays in each nostril 3-4 times daily or as directed by the Physician. 

Dosage of Nasivion® Paediatric 0.025% Nose Drops for children from 1-6 years: 

1-2 drops in each nostril, 2- 3 times a day or as directed by the paediatrician. 

Dosage of Nasivion® ( Mini ) 0.01 % nasal drops for infants up to 1 year: 

Up to the age of 4 weeks, instill 1 drop of the solution into each nostril 2-3 times per day. From the 5th week of life until the age of 1 year, instill 1-2 drops into each nostril 2-3 times per day or as directed by the physician.

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Points to keep in mind which help your little one recover faster from a blocked nose:

.If your baby is under 2 years, they will have a problem blowing their noses. I, use the Nasivion® Nasal Saline Solution** or a homemade saline using one cup boiled water & 1/2 tsp iodine free salt to cleanse the nose coupled with a nasal aspirator. 

.Elevate your baby’s head while sleeping. 

.Give them as much liquids as possible like turmeric infused milk, warm water and warm soups, depending on their ages. 

.Use a Air humidifier and if you don’t have one, keep potted plants & bowls of warm water in the baby’s room. 

.Massage your baby’s chest with some warm coconut oil while lightly tapping on his chest and back, to dislodge the mucus.

.Run a hot water bath, for the baby. The steam loosens the mucus in the nose. 

.Last but not the least, coo & cuddle to your baby no matter what his age may be, because the emotional love what they feel helps them recover faster. 

Check this out dear mums :

HappyNose Happy Mom

So, beautiful Mumma, stop being tensed and sleep deprived let’s just take a breather (literally) and use some coos, cuddles and Nasivion® to beat blocked noses, this monsoon. 

For more information click here:

Nasivion Website

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**Nasivion Nasal Saline Solution being the first line of treatment, as it is safe and can be used by anyone. If the problem is aggravated then after consulting the doctor, one can opt for Nasivion (Mini) Baby Nose Drops or Nasivion Pediatric (Child) Nose drops depending on the age of the child. Consult a doctor, before using the product.

Remember, that any medication must be administered only after a doctor’s recommendation.

5 Things to do this Monsoon in Bangalore.

Bangalore, has always been a vibrant city. It breathes love and positivity. Being a native of this beautiful city, i just can’t get over how much i love it here. When those rain showers grace the city and the process of rejuvenation happens, Bangalore comes alive with more rigour. With these monsoons amidst us, here are the things that I will be doing this Monsoon.

1. Bajji Bonda at Central Tiffin Room (CTR) : This quaint, stuck in the 90’s place in Malleshwaram , is a haven for all your breakfast & mid evening snacking urges. The wafting aromas of the South Indian kitchen will have you head over heels. The Bajjis and Bondas here are just lipsmacking delicious. Hailed as one of the iconic restaurants of Bangalore, you must not skip on this one. You also must try their neer dosas, kesari bhath and Benne masala Dosa.

2. Rooh Yoga at Lahe Lahe : Lahe Lahe, has been synonymous for being innovative and always creative. Lahe Lahe, is a community of like minded individuals who take time out to indulge in interactive activities.

This time, they are conducting “Rooh Yoga” classes from 27 June – 6 Aug. The classes will commence at 6:30 am and will teach you “Yoga” under the Lahe Lahe roof albeit in a contemporary way, by Arooshi. Let’s do some yoga and watch the beautiful sunrise while doing so.

3. Rooftop Lunch or Dinner at High Ultra Lounge : Have a breathtakingly beautiful view and soak in the purple and warm yellow ambiance of highest fine dining venue in Southern India, at a staggering height of 421 sq. feet. Indulge in the city’s finest contemporary pan Asian cuisine and click some Instagram worthy pics here. You can’t enjoy Monsoon better! Also awarded as the best rooftop restaurant by EazyDiner, just a few days ago.

4. Tea Tasting at San-Cha Tea Boutique : India’s first tea boutique, that will have you go crazy with the sheer amount of tea variety available. What’s a monsoon without some tea and if the tea comes from San-Cha Tea Boutique, it’s bound to help you create Monsoon memories. The tea sommeliers will offer you complimentary tea tastings of over 65 varieties of teas.

5. Ameen Sayani Live in Concert 15 August 2018 : Whenever you hear the pitter patter of those raindrops, the first thing you want to do is, switch on some soul soothing music. With the era of “Bhule Bisre Geet” fading away to the din of the songs of today, this is a reprise, a moment to turn back the time and listen to India’s first Radio Jockey, “Mr. Ameen Sayani Sahab” who will present to us a melange of melodies from the yesteryears by talented singers and musicians. Make sure, that you do not miss this if you love your Monsoon melodies. This fundraiser show will be held at “Chowdiah Memorial Hall”.

6. Bonus point : Well, now that you’ve come this far, i’m gonna be letting you in on my perfect thing to do this Monsoon. Retail therapy. I will be immersing myself in some retail therapy by going to the ” Phoenix Shopping Festival 2018″. I’ve already visited them twice as i write and have been picking so many things up because 300+ brands are on a 50% or more off.

These were my top things to do this monsoon and i hope, that no matter who you are or what your likes are, this list has found you bookmarking some things to try.

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Location Guide :

1. CTR : 7th Cross Rd, Shri Rampura, Malleshwaram West, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003

2. Lahe Lahe : No.2906 & 2907, 80 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Near BSNL compound, HAL 3rd Stage, Kodihalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078

3. High Ultra Lounge : 26/1, World Trade Center, Dr. Rajkumar Road, Malleswaram, Bangalore Brigade Gateway Campus, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560055

4. San-Cha Tea Boutique : 54 Lavelle regency Lavelle Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

5. Chowdiah Memorial Hall : 16th Cross, Malleshwaram, Vyalikaval, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003

6. Phoenix Marketcity : Whitefield Main Road, Mahadevpura, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560048

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Thank you dear, Shraddha of Sodapop Love for the introduction. Please do check her blog on Monsoon Hairstyles.

The next on the list is “Shreenithee” of Desire Flexions take over and talk about how to stay naturally beautiful this Monsoon. She will be sharing her natural care tips for Monsoon.

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