All stories by Avantika Bhuyan
The man who sold Nirav Modi's artRediff.com30 Mar 2019
Dinesh Vazirani on how he built Saffronart into an institution.
The Kala Ghoda festival this year will be special!Rediff.com23 Jan 2019
It turns 20 and Mumbai will celebrate, says Avantika Bhuyan.
Stories our grandmother told us...Rediff.com2 Sep 2018
'What we really need is a revival of storytelling at bedtime.'
How to explore unseen sides of familiar cities and monumentsRediff.com16 Apr 2018
Be a traveller, not a tourist.
Is an anti-wrinkle pillow the secret of this Hollywood star's beauty?Rediff.com14 Apr 2018
What 32-year-old star Mandy Moore's actions tell us about anti-ageing regimes...
Differently-abled, not differentRediff.com20 Mar 2018
For teams that work on projects to make art, culture and travel accessible to the differently-abled, the experience of seeing faces light up is reward in itself.
11.11, Eka, Maku: Slow fashion for a fast worldRediff.com7 Feb 2018
Slow fashion for a fast world.
How to be stylish in 2018: An easy-to-follow guideRediff.com9 Jan 2018
Being trendy was never this simple!
Your guide to becoming a superbikerRediff.com24 Nov 2017
Don't hold your horsepower any more!
India is having a very French momentRediff.com24 Nov 2017
The third Bonjour India is coming to 33 cities!
Splurging on wine and whisky is a smart investment!Rediff.com21 Nov 2017
Uncorking the business of vintage wines and spirits.
O Pedro serves Goan tradition, not clichesRediff.com16 Nov 2017
This restaurant channels the spirit of laidback Goa in the heart of frenetic Mumbai.
Meet Bharti Kher, the President's artist-in-residenceRediff.com12 Oct 2017
Bharti Kher is a researcher, a mathematician, an anthropologist, and a rare contemporary artist pushing boundaries in her creative quest.
Being ethical, that's what looks so stunningRediff.com30 Sep 2017
Many Indian designers are embracing sustainable fashion practices and the results are gorgeous.
Arundhati Roy's book gets a new avatarRediff.com15 Sep 2017
1997 Booker winner Arundhati Roy's The Ministry Of Utmost Happiness didn't make it to the Booker short list. Perhaps if the Booker jury had sampled Re:Reader -- a powerful companion to Roy's second novel -- they would have discovered it full of surprises.
'India's stand on Rohingyas is despicable'Rediff.com12 Sep 2017
'What kind of world player are you trying to be?'
How adventurous is your cocktail?Rediff.com2 Sep 2017
Will you have it with bacon. No? What about marigold? Bar chefs are really mixing it up these days.
The photographer who refused to shoot the prime ministerRediff.com1 Sep 2017
Photographer S Paul, who died this month, was furiously protective about his independence and intensely sure about his work. So much so that he once walked away from a shoot with a prime minister.
Your comic book can make you rich!Rediff.com31 Aug 2017
The rarity of comic books in mint condition or nearly perfect ones, and the rising demand, have caused the prices to spiral internationally.
Why you should have different coffees at different times of the dayRediff.com26 Jul 2017
This is a first-of-its kind offering by Classic Coffees, a 150-year-old specialty coffee firm. The basic premise is that if you don't feel the same throughout the day, then why should your cuppa taste the same.