Summer is here and temperatures continue to soar! Indians all over are feeling the onslaught of this unusual heat wave, which only seems to be getting worse over the years. I suggest you drink a lot of water, keep yourself hydrated, and eat light during these next three months. Your body will thank you!
This quarter, we have yet another super collection of stories of people that we came across.
Actor, writer, producer and singer all wrapped into one - Raoul Bhaneja, who lives out of Canada and the USA, gives us an insight into his life.
Real estate magnate and CEO of Prince Organisation, Sunil Tolani from Orange County, California, speaks to us about his journey to achieving the quintessential American dream.
Attorney at Law, Renuka Cavadini from Geneva, talks about her passion for her profession and her will to help people through her work.
Mumbai based ace photographer, Luv Israni, wowed us with his repertoire of work. Well-travelled gastronomy aficionado Chef Gaurav Gidwani let us in on his artistic approach to food. Uber-stylish fashion icon Rebecca Dewan spoke to us about her eponymous clothing brand. Retail jewellery service provider Navin Sadarangani dazzled us with his story. Selftaught artist Shweta Rohira chatted with us about exploring the genre of divinity through her works of art.
Growing up gay and Indian in a conservative, largely white state in the USA, Los Angeles based popular standup comedian Nik Dodani talks of his Atypical life.
Flipping through, you will also read about Hong Kong based writer, producer, and actor Nick Daryanani; founder& C.T.O of LogiNext Manisha Raisinghani from Mumbai, and CEO and Co-Founder of Singapore based creative agency BLK J - Rowena Bhagchandani.
Curvy blogger, Aashna Bhagwani shares her thoughts on body revolutions, fashion and more. Twenty-one-year-old sommelier Harsh Dayalani shares his passion for all things wine. Young entrepreneur Yash Chandiramani chats with us about his ambitions. And New York-based performance artist Kareena Pamani tells us about her burning passion for the art of fire-spinning.
With so much variety, I am sure you are going to enjoy reading each story thoroughly. And may you have a pleasant summer!
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