The book is charming and funny, but also a perfect window into the many contrasts of modern Indian society.Read More
A tour company run by vintage Vespa enthusiasts takes guests on rides around Singapore’s historic neighborhoods.
Singapore Sidecars offers a variety of tours from S$160 (US$117) per person per hour, exploring neighborhoods such as Tiong Bahru and Tanglin, Joo Chiat and Katong, and Kampong Glam. Guests have the option to create a bespoke itinerary. A nighttime pub crawl is also available, while seasonal pop-up tours are oriented around festivals and large-scale events.
I had three sessions at the Bangalore Literature Festival (BLF) Bangalore delivered great weather for the crowds at Lalit Ashok hotel. How nice to see thousands of people gather because of a love of reading and of books. Was great fun to be on the “Red Couch” for a one-on-one session with editor Rashmi Menon…Read More
What a delight to see this video that was shot nearly ten years ago for Diary of a Foodie. And here I am, hobnobbing with cows.Read More
Please do come!Read More
For the Atta Galatta Bangalore Litt Fest Book Prize.Read More
The Milk Lady of Bangalore is a joy — and the charm only augments when you learn it’s a true story. Journalist Shoba Narayan (New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, Wall Street Journal) returns to India with her family after nearly two decades in the U.S.Read More
Is the point of sharing to crow about your accomplishments or expand your human connectionsRead More
Mostly to keep myself from getting bored, I decided to do a performance with song, story and dance….based on my book.Read More
The Milk Lady of Bangalore, by Shoba Narayan: A delightful glimpse at the idiosyncrasies of life in modern India. After 20 years living in New York City, the author and her husband return to India so their two children will grow up knowing their extended family and culture.Read More