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Farmer's Market, Mumbai

Organic Food: A Privilege Or A Choice? What Can Mumbai Afford?

Mumbai’s very talked-about Farmers’ Market is back. Which means every Sunday organic produce will be on sale from 10a.m to 3p.m. at Maharasthra Nature Park. Along with the usual fun-n-fair atmosphere is an organic cafe, live music, a bunch of stalls and of course an interesting mix of people. This market has been hugely successful...

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Ashrita Chinchankar and Amrita Kaur of Glam Food

#MumbaiList: From Strangers To Social Collaborators

There are few moments in life as joyous as those when you meet like-minded people. The rush of being in the company of someone who shares similar passions is intoxicating and tells you that ‘you’re not alone’. No, I am not talking about successful first dates here. The reference is to those chance meetings between strangers...

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Wonders from Waste, Green The Gap, Mumbai

Green The Gap: Waste Made Wonderful!

Words like ‘eco-friendly ’, ‘eco-fashion’ and ‘environmental cause’ are well on their way to being some of the most used and misused words of the 21st century. But if people like Vimlendu Jha continue to ideate, execute and be honest to their cause, then the silver lining in the darkness of all things ‘trendy & fake’...

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The damage after visarjan

#MumbaiList: Go Green With Ganesh This Season

One of Mumbai’s favourite guests is about to arrive soon. Who else but the beloved Ganapati! And amidst all the festivities and frenzied celebrations, the city will generate a large amount of holy waste (Nirmalya). According to United Way Mumbai Helpline, nearly 3 lakh Ganesh idols will be brought home and subsequently to the lakes and...