Asha Bhonsel — Lata Mangeshkar’s younger sister — is as much as a legend as Lata. With more than 7 decades dedicated to singing, the Guinness Book of World Records credits Asha Bhosle as the most recorded craftsman in music history, for recording the highest number of solos, duet and chorus-backed songs and in over 20 Indian languages since 1947. Continue reading “Relive the memories of ‘Timeless Asha’ on Zee Classic” »
I’ve been to Goa twice in the past. For my first visit, I was mostly based in the southern part of Goa. Colva was lovely, with its pristine beaches and less commercial buzz (well, compared to Calangute). Our hotel booking was made over the phone based on prior recommendations and it was a nice budget hotel right by the beachside.
For my second visit, I stayed in Panjim but spent most of our time relaxing in Goa’s popular beaches up north. You know, the usual Baga, Anjuna and a visit to Fort Aguada. Both trips were lovely, no doubt, but at the same time, I felt I hadn’t seen what else Goa tourism had to offer besides the seaside views and the beach shacks. Continue reading “A Goa holiday can be more than just beaches” »