Tasneem Sariya

"An avid writer, I write for different blogs related to travel, culture and parenting. With a degree in Geography and work experience at Google India, I find writing about people, cultures, traditions and places a blissful way of exploring the unexplored and discovering the little joys of new ideas and perspectives."

A Long Lockdown isn’t Bad After All!

let us innovate and find numerous joys and ways to entertain ourselves at home without risking our or other’s health by stepping out.

Contemporary Indian Dance – Breaking Free from the Traditional

Contemporary dance in India includes a range of dance forms. These incorporate choreography for cinema, as well as, modern Indian dances.

Indian Women Who Broke the Barriers & Became the ‘Firsts’

Indian women who became the firsts in their fields, did the impressive impossible. They showed others that women could also do what men did.

Metal Crafts of India – A Malleable Mélange

There are various uses of metal. But when it comes to recognizing metal arts, there are a few distinct centers in India that are known for their regional metal crafts. 

Vibrant Folk Dance Forms of Northeast India

The northeast itself, probably has the highest range of variety in its folk dances that reflect the tribal and traditional culture of the region. 

Exploring the Folk Dance Forms of North India

There are various folk dances that are seen around these states of north India, and some even transcend state boundaries to integrate with the culture of the neighboring states.

The Only Thing We Never Get Enough of is Love – A Valentine’s Day Special

Apart from the many debates on how Valentine’s Day may not necessarily adhere to our culture and how a single day is never enough to express love

Exploring Colonial Architecture in India

Here is story exploring the Colonial Architecture in India. European colonial powers that made India their home over the years is seen in the architectural and historical references of the places that they ruled.

Khadi – Much More Than Mere Fabric!

Khadi became an important part of the Swadeshi movement and Gandhi tirelessly advocated the idea of spinning one’s own cloth as the means to shunning away from the foreign oppressive policies.

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