Here’s another edition of the Mumbai quiz section. What’s more fun than looking at a picture and playing the guessing game? Here’s one for you as well, designed by Shruti Barot , that tests your knowledge of this city and its famous spots. Take a look at the picture and guess what it depicts.
"Diwali is a festival of lights" we've all grown up listening to this patent dialogue but Diwali has a different meaning for each individual. We all have our ways of celebrating this festival and it’s surely more than a festival of "lights". On this note, Shruti Barot lists the ten types of Diwali Deewanas, in a sense, the kinds of people who have their own ways of going crazy at Diwali.
Don’t say you weren't warned as this is one necessary piece of item that you’re about to read if you’re new to Mumbai. Ever experienced someone meeting you at the shopping mall or cinema hall and go all “What are you doing here”? All you feel like saying is “I’m planning to launch a bomb attack” but sadly your answer has to be the obvious and stated fact. On similar lines, if you’re new to Mumbai, Shruti Barot gives you the much necessary guide to, let’s just say, not make enemies in the city.
This article appeals to the readers to take an active initiative in the betterment of Mumbai. Cleanliness is something every Mumbaikar needs focus on. Find out how you can be the change if you want to see the change.
Mumbai is home to many migrants from across the country and abroad. People leave their families back home and come here for various reasons. So for those who cross the figurative seven seas to make this city their home, Shruti Barot offers 7 pointers that will help you be an independent Mumbaikar this Independence Day!
Just like a rainbow needs 7 colours to complete it, you need these 10 types to have a complete friend circle. It takes all kinds of friends to fill your life with amazing memories. Mumbai and Bollywood being synonymous, movies inadvertently inspire Mumbaikars and their friendships! On Friendship Day, Bollywood provides Shruti Barot with a rib – tickling assortment of friends having trademark qualities and characteristics.
Mumbai is a city bustling with collegians. All the latest fashion trends, from the fashion weeks or Bollywood films, are adopted first by this young crowd. Shruti Barot gives you 10 of the most important fashion tips for the college goers of this metropolis.
Shruti Barot is a young, dynamic mass media undergraduate with a flair for writing and photography. She is a music enthusiast who enjoys singing and playing the keyboard. She loves to travel and explore what meets beyond the eye. Shruti has a vibrant zest for life which is clearly transmitted through all that she does.
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