Jalpa Shah aims to beat Monday blues with her vibrant art.
While Kashmir grapples with the aftermath of the flood and politicians are busy passing the blame, citizens both local Kashmiris and from around the country, and the world, have joined hands to help those facing the mammoth disaster. This is one such story sent to us via email by Aneesha Gupta.
MumbaiMag reader Megha Nayak explores Chor Bazar to Chowpatty and Marine Drive to Khotachiwadi through her lens.
MumbaiMag reader and artist Reha Shishodia has set up an eye-catching installation at Kala Ghoda this year. It is hard to miss the three letter boxes, painted all over, entangled in ropes. She told us what they symbolize and why she had to tell this story.
MumbaiMag reader Khushnaz shares her experience of the Kala Ghoda festival with us in photos.
You can take a girl out of Mumbai, but you can can't take Mumbai out of her. Read on to know what MumbaiMag reader Ekta Sharma Bhatnagar remembers about the city.
Readers Write: 10 Reasons Why The Vogue Fashion Night Out Made Me Want To Curl Up Into A Foetal Position Under A Cold Shower And Cry
MumbaiMag reader Amanda Ferrao attended the Vogue Fashion Night Out event at Palladium and lived to tell the tale!
This post of Reader's Write is by MumbaiMag reader Bidisha Mukherjee, who is credited with starting off this column! This time she shares some lesser known yet fun weekend getaways not too far from Mumbai.
If you read our earlier Readers Write post, Delhi Man At The Mumbai Marathon, you already know Gajendra Upadyay who is Delhi based but frequents Mumbai for work often. We loved the stories he has to share about the city. Here is his account his myriad interactions with Mumbai taxi drivers and their view of the...
Following our Readers Write post by Urvashi Ashar on why she ran the Mumbai marathon, we received this story from Delhi based Gajendra Upadhyay sharing a Delhites experience of the Mumbai Marathon. I ran the Mumbai half marathon, because I HAD to. Quickly, my background: I am from Delhi – though I haven’t always been...