The panorama of schools in Bhubaneswar is huge. Enumerated with many vernacular medium schools since its establishment, the state capital started with 3 English Medium Schools- DM Public School, St. … [Read more...] about The Top 8 English Medium Schools in Bhubaneswar
Back in the 80’s, being photographed inside the studio was exhilarating. That moment when you would enter the studio and stand against a wall coated with wallpapers telling a story of some imaginary … [Read more...] about Opportunities for Photographers in Bhubaneswar
Back in the late 2005 during my small stint at V2Solutions in Mumbai, I learned words like “nigga”, “I’ma”, and even phrases like “you is a bad nigga”. I was working as a lyrics editor for a … [Read more...] about The Evolution of Odia Language: Reason to Worry or Rejoice?
Since childhood till now, I have grown tired of hearing people use the phrase Odia Mentality in a variety of situations based on their personal experiences. However, it's hard to deny that this phrase … [Read more...] about Deconstructing Odia Mentality: A Myth or Reality?
How often have we talked about the change on our community page? Remember? No? Well, that's fine - neither do we. What is a change? Why do we need to change the city for the better? Because everyday … [Read more...] about Five Reasons Why We Can’t Change Our City
Recently, I came across this great discussion on Quora.com, a popular network for Questions & Answers. The thread begins with a fairly simple question that one would simply ignore or even scoff … [Read more...] about How to Become an Ideal Citizen of Bhubaneswar – 6 Questions to Ask Yourself
Ramadevi Choudhuri: The legendary freedom fighter and a social reformer who actively participated in the freedom struggle and inspired the women in Odisha to step into the public sphere. She occupied … [Read more...] about The 6 Iconic Women of Odisha
Even though the Temple City has taken a huge stride in terms of road infrastructure, in an attempt to manage the burgeoning city traffic, it has done very little to ensure the safety of its … [Read more...] about 5 Ways to Make City Roads Pedestrian-friendly
Bhubaneswar - the city that spans across 160 square miles and houses a little shy of one million people – is conventionally known as the temple city, and home to as many as 600 shrines including some … [Read more...] about Looking for a House on Rent in Bhubaneswar?
I grew up tired listening to the crap that we Odias don’t make good entrepreneurs. I wonder how an entire state priding themselves in their old rich tradition of entrepreneurial pedigree can still … [Read more...] about Here’s What It’s Like Starting an IT Company in Bhubaneswar
I have an unconditional love for the city. I have been in love with the city since I was a toddler. The love for the holy city has percolated through me since the city roads were flanked by the … [Read more...] about Why Bhubaneswar is Still My First Love
Trident is a place where you'd discover Japanese laughing out loud over drinks and having heck of a time, making the most of the junket. They could be Korean but we're not sure. Anyways, the ambience … [Read more...] about Is Trident Restaurant Worth Your Money? Our Review