All stories by Namrata Kohli
4 simple ways you can detox at homeRediff.com4 days ago
Start the day with a glass of warm water, lemon, and a teaspoon of honey.
Lockdown 3.0: The perfect time to upskill!Rediff.com5 May 2020
Online learning platforms have become go-to places for those suffocated by the current curbs on movement.
COVID-19: Why online workouts are a great option!Rediff.com24 Apr 2020
Since you can't step out, virtual sessions held by fitness experts have come to the rescue.
Worried about your etiquette? Read this!Rediff.com31 Mar 2020
Etiquette classes today cater to a wide audience of job seekers, front-desk execs, business heirs, romantics, students and even those with low self-esteem
Buying an AC? What you must knowRediff.com24 Mar 2020
Go for a unit with higher star rating.
Music lovers are falling in love with vinyl records, once again!Rediff.com29 Jan 2020
The market for vinyl collapsed with the advent of CDs in 1982. But LPs, as they were fondly called, have made a comeback in the past ten years, with certain editions costing quite a packet
Why Indian abstract art is so valuableRediff.com16 Dec 2019
What makes Indian abstract art more valuable is its relative rarity. V S Gaitonde, S H Raza and J Swaminathan are the only major names in modern Indian art known for their abstracts.
Trending: Urban Indian homes want rustic look!Rediff.com13 Dec 2019
Creating the rustic look is expensive, but low maintenance costs and the element of timelessness make it a great bargain for the urban dweller, says Namrata Kohli.
How to have an EXCITING travel adventure!Rediff.com13 Dec 2019
The new-age traveler is no longer into ticking a checklist of must-see spots on his holiday. He is ready to pay a premium to experience culture, crafts and culinary delights of the local populace
Go back to grandma's kitchen to beat the fatRediff.com3 Jul 2019
Food is genetic medicine, and the kind that your ancestry has eaten for centuries is your best bet.
Discover the Ironman in you in Goa this OctRediff.com25 Jun 2019
'We have received around 1,000 participants from 20 countries, with 10 per cent being women.'