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Bangalore Press: an unmatched legacy over a 100 years

One of the things on your to-do list as each calendar year comes to an end is to pick up a new calendar for the next one.  Something that is religiously followed, this ritual is done as early as the 3rd week of December.  The new calendar, more often than not is hung on the… Continue reading Bangalore Press: an unmatched legacy over a 100 years

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Ganesh Chaturthi: of traditions, rituals and a few of Lord Ganapati’s favourite things

One of the most significant and auspicious festivals celebrated with great fervour and tradition across India, Ganesh Chaturthi this year falls on 22-Aug.  The festival which falls in the Bhadrapada month of the Hindu calendar marks the birthday of the elephant-headed God aka Ganapati who is a symbol of knowledge, properity and wealth.   Arguably the… Continue reading Ganesh Chaturthi: of traditions, rituals and a few of Lord Ganapati’s favourite things

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Rashminotes blog articles available on GPSmyCity

“Lose Yourself Without Getting Lost!” this is the tagline of GPSmyCity which is indeed really apt.  An app available on iOS and Android, GPSmyCity has over 6500 self-guided walking tours, travel articles, and offline city maps in 1,000+ cities around the world. The app has the power to turn your mobile device into a personal tour guide using its built-in GPS functions. Perfect for travellers… Continue reading Rashminotes blog articles available on GPSmyCity

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Provident Housing Limited and St. Andrews school: creating synergy through a strategic tie up

Provident housing, a wholly owned subsidiary of Puravankara Ltd recently announced a strategic alliance with St Andrews School, a 33-year old Hyderabad-based educational institution, to build chain of schools along with Provident Housing projects in Bangalore. With a mission to impart quality education at affordable prices to Bengaluru, St Andrews plans to take this legacy… Continue reading Provident Housing Limited and St. Andrews school: creating synergy through a strategic tie up

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Rentomojo: the Smarter Way to Own – Flexibility and Convenience at Your Fingertips

Given my love for travel, I always fancied the idea of living in different cities for short periods of time as that is one of the best ways to explore the region in and around. But again, life comes with so much baggage, ‘literally’ and sometimes figuratively, that moving around and setting up house each… Continue reading Rentomojo: the Smarter Way to Own – Flexibility and Convenience at Your Fingertips

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Chandramana Ugadi: Ode to new beginnings

Auspicious day One of the much awaited and popular festivals of Karnataka, ‘Chandramana Ugadi’ falls today and what better occasion than this auspicious day to start something new.  Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Yugadi’ that means ‘starting of a new Yuga or new period’, Ugadi is celebrated in the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and… Continue reading Chandramana Ugadi: Ode to new beginnings

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Tata Serein: experience Malabar Hill in Thane

Nature’s Bounty If you are looking for a luxurious wellness home in an ambience that is similar to the affluent neighborhood of Malabar hill, then look no far as Tata Serein is here.  Located on Pokhran Road No 2, Thane West , the project is set amidst the lap of nature with the Upvan Lake… Continue reading Tata Serein: experience Malabar Hill in Thane

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A colorful fun-filled afternoon: #BergerXP IndiBlogger Meet

Indiblogger meets have always been one of those events I eagerly look forward to attending.  These meets are not only a great platform for brands but for bloggers as well.  While it is a forum where you obtain a whole lot of information and perspectives about products, services and organizations, it is also one where… Continue reading A colorful fun-filled afternoon: #BergerXP IndiBlogger Meet

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Book Review: The Story of a Suicide by Sriram Ayer

Review “The Story of a Suicide” by Sriram Ayer is one that perhaps reflects the state of society and how youth relate to and deal with different aspects of life – ranging from social media to substance abuse to sexuality. The book is centered around four characters – Hari, Mani, Sam and Charu. Starting innocuously… Continue reading Book Review: The Story of a Suicide by Sriram Ayer

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Announcement: Change in Domain name

Hello readers, Just wanted to let you know that rashminotes.wordpress.com is now rashminotes.com.  I have a site redirect in place that will automatically take you to the new website. My blogging journey has been great thus far but it would not have been possible without all your support.  Thank you for all the encouragement to… Continue reading Announcement: Change in Domain name