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किसी डेटिंग सर्विस या फिर फेसबुक पर आप लड़कियों से मिल सकते हो पर क्या गारंटी है की वो एक अच्छी लड़की है। आप एक अच्छे लड़के हैं और आप एक अच्छी लड़की चाहते हैं तो कहाँ पर आपको आपके लिए अच्छी लड़की मिलेगी? जहाँ पर आपकी होने वाली दुल्हन सबसे ज्यादा आराम से होगी, खुश होगी और अपने जैसे लोगो के साथ होगी। तो सोचिये की आप को कौन सी जगह पसंद है वहां जाना शुरू कर दीजिये और बस कुछ दिनों की बात है कोई न कोई आपके दिल को सुकून देने वाला मिल ही जायेगा।

मछली पकड़नी है तो वहां जाना होगा जहाँ मछली है, तो वो कौन सी जगह है जहाँ आपको मछिलयाँ मिल जाये, जहाँ पर वो अच्छी लड़की है।

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कॉफ़ी शॉप

ये मेरे हिसाब से बहुत अच्छी जगह होती है लड़कियों से मिलने के लिए और दिन के समय तो ये जगह उत्तम है। कॉफ़ी पर किसी से भी घंटो बात कर सकते है, आप को यहाँ लड़कियाँ पढ़ते हुए, कॉफ़ी पीते हुए, दोस्तों से मिलते हुए मिल जाएगी। यहाँ पर बातचीत शुरू करना बहुत आसान है, आप किसी किताब के बारे में पूछ सकते है की वो कैसी है और आप भी पड़ने के लिए सोच रहे है। इसी तरह की छोटी सी बाते कोई भी लड़की बुरा नहीं मानेगी।

एक और अच्छा तरीका है की आप बोले की मेरे लैपटॉप या बैग को देख ले जब तक मैं कॉफ़ी लेकर आता हूँ। जब वापस आये तो तो उसे थैंक यू कहे और अपना परिचय दे और काम में लग जाये। अगर वो आपको पसंद करगी तो थोड़ी सी देर में वो फिर से आप से बात करेगी, अगर वो ऐसा नहीं करती है तो कोई और आ जाएगी। आपको बहुत से मौके मिलेंगे, बातचीत बढ़ाने के लिए।

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लोकल बस स्टॉप, ट्रैन या मेट्रो

अगर आप किसी वर्किंग या कॉलेज लड़की की तलाश में है तो आप अपने लोकल बस स्टॉप, ट्रैन या मेट्रो स्टेशन पर जा सकते है। क्युकिँ किसी भी लड़की को अपने ऑफिस या कॉलेज जाने के लिए कोई न कोई ट्रांसपोर्ट यूज़ करना ही होता है। ऐसे बहुत से एक्साम्प्ले  है जहां बस, ट्रैन, मेट्रो में लव स्टोरी स्टार्ट हुई है। आप बस ये देखिये की आपको कौन पसंद है फिर उसे आप हाय या बाय के इशारे से अपनी बात शुरू कर दीजिये 3-4 बार ऐसा करने के बाद अगर आपको रिप्लाई मिलता है तो आप अपनी बात शुरू कर सकते हैं
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क्लास

जी हाँ क्लास, आपको याद है की आपकी क्लास में कितनी लड़कियाँ थी, कॉलेज तो लड़कियों से भरा हुआ था, तो किसी भी उम्र में क्लास क्यों नहीं। लड़कियों को रोचक लड़के पसंद आते हैं, और सबसे अच्छी बात है की आप कुछ नया सीखे और नए लोगो से मिले। अगर आप किसी अच्छी लड़की से मिलना चाहते है तो तो क्लास एक बहुत अच्छी जगह है।

अब ये आपको सोचना है की कौन सी क्लास करनी है, अगर आप यूनिवर्सिटी या कॉलेज में जाते है तो किसी भी क्लास में एडमिशन ले सकते है और वो एक लम्बा कोर्स हो सकता है। कुछ अलग सोचे तो आप नयी भाषा सीख सकते है जैसे की स्पेनिश या संस्कृत, कुकिंग क्लासेज भी होती है, या फिर सॉफ्टवेयर, या फिर आर्ट और पेंटिंग, आप  अपने आराम से निकलना पड़ेगा और कुछ नया करना पड़ेगा। अब आप किसी क्लास के बाद किसी के साथ कॉफ़ी पीने जा सकते है, ये बहुत आसान हो जाता है, किसी को भी कहे की क्या मुझे किसी विषय के बारे में कुछ सीखा सकते है और आपका काम बन गया।
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योग और ध्यान

आप योग का कोई शिविर में भाग ले सकते है,  जब आप एक नए लड़के होते है तो आप के बहुत सी बाते होती है पूछें के लिए और आप को इसके लिए किसी जान पहचान की जरूरत नहीं है, आप किसी के पास भी जाये और पूछ ले। योग से आपका शरीर और मस्तिष्क भी स्वस्थ रहेगा और आप अन्य कामो में भी ध्यान लगा सकते है।
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शॉपिंग मॉल में

आपने सोचा नहीं होगा पर शॉपिंग मॉल के बहुत बढ़िया जगह होती है लड़कियों से मिलने के लिए।  पर कभी भी उन लड़कियों से फ़्लर्ट नहीं करे जो वहां काम करती है, वो रोज़ ही हज़ारो लड़को से मिलती है जो उनसे फ़्लर्ट करने के कोशिश करते है, और वो इन बातो से थक गयी होती है। पर लड़कियाँ वहां घूमने आती है, शॉपिंग करने आती है आप उनसे बात करने की कोशिश करे। जैसे की आपको अपनी बहिन के राखी में कुछ देना है तो ये अच्छा मौका है की वहां आप किसी से पूछ ले की लड़कियों को क्या अच्छा लगेगा और आपको समझ में नहीं आ रहा है। अगर वो आपकी शॉपिंग में मदद कर रही है तो बहुत अच्छा है, आप उसको कुछ खाने के लिए पूछ सकते है और कॉफ़ी के लिए भी। इस तरह आप उनके साथ बैठ कर कॉफ़ी भी पी सकते है और उसका फ़ोन नंबर भी मांग सकते हैं।
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पार्क या आपकी कॉलोनी

अगर आपके पास कोई पालतू जानवर है तो बहुत अच्छा है, क्योकि जहाँ कोई छोटा सा पालतू जानवर होता है तो सब लोग उसे खेलने और मिलने आ जाते है। छोटे बच्चे खासकर उसके साथ खेलना चाहते है, धीरे धीरे आप सबको जानने लगते है।

लड़कियों को जानवरो से बड़ा प्यार होता है और ये बातचीत शुरू करना करने का सबसे अच्छा मौका होता है।

अगर आपके पास कोई पालतू जानवर नहीं है तो पार्क में घूमने जाये, वहां पर आपको कई लोग मिलेंगे, मगर वहां आपको रोज़ जाना पड़ेगा क्योकि तभी आप किसी से बात करने का मौका देख सकते है। जैसे की अगर कोई लड़की वहां पर रोज़ दौड़ती है तो आप कुछ दिनों उसकी तरह देख कर मुस्कुराये और एक दिन उसे कोई चैलेंज दे की जैसे देखते है कौन पहले 10 चक्कर पार्क के लगता है। अगर वो नहीं मांगेगी तो कोई बात नहीं, आपकी जान पहचान तो हो गयी। आप आप कभी भी शाम को मिलने के लिए बुला सकते है।
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बुकस्टोर (किताब की दुकान)

मुझे किताबे पसंद है और मुझे बुकस्टोर बहुत पसंद आते है, वहां पर किताबो को देखना और पड़ना एक अच्छा अनुभव होता है। जब आप किसी किताब की दुकान में होते है तो आप किसी से भी नयी किताब के बारे में पूछ सकते है। लड़कियाँ आप से बात करने में नहीं डरेगी और अपनी बात उनसे कर सकते है। आप किसी को जैसे कह सकते है की आप वो किताब पढ़ कर बताये की कैसी है और इस तरह आपका उसका फ़ोन नंबर आप मांग सकते है। यहाँ पर इंटेलीजेंट लड़कियाँ को मिलने के बहुत मौके है, तो इन मौको का फायदा आप नयी लड़कियों से मिलने किए लिए उठा सकते है।

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Posted by admin - April 7, 2016 at 12:49 pm

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रजाई के लिये

रजाई के लिये सर्दी के मोसम मे एक स्टूडैन्ट अपने पापा को इंगलिश मे खत लिखता है
और गलती से रजाई की जगह लुगाई की इस्पेलिंग लिख देता है और जब पापा खत पडते है

आदरणीय पापाजी चरण स्पर्श मे यहां ठीक हू और आशा करता हू की आप लोग सब अच्छे से होगे

आगे समाचार यह है कि मेरी लुगाई पुरानी और बेकार हो गई है
और
यहॉ सर्दी अधिक पड रही है
अभी दोस्तो की लुगाइयों से काम चल रहा था
लेकिन
सर्दी अधिक पडने से वे भी अपनी लुगाई देने मे आना कानी करते है
मेरे लिये एक लुगाई का इंतजाम कर दो
नई ना ला सको तो बडे भैया की लुगाई भेज दो
बडे भैया की ना मिले तो मझले भैया की लुगाई भेज
दो
सर्दी मे बुरा हाल है
दो भाईयों मे से किसी एक की लुगाई जरूर भेज दो

दोनों मे से किसी की भी न भेज सको तो पैसे भेज दो मैं यहॉ किराये कि लुगाई ले लूंगा

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Metal Detector Turns into Shower !

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Ghubad means owls wallpaper

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ghubad in english,

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ghubad bird,

ghubad in hindi,

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Posted by admin - October 3, 2015 at 11:18 am

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Ways to make parenting easier

Parenting is the hardest thing you’ll ever do, but here are a few things that can make it a tad easier.MEDITATION

There are several kinds of meditations. Search online and choose the one you like. I prefer guided `Mindfulness Meditation’. An instructor, usually a woman, with a voice as warm and smooth as honey, leads you through a series of `exercises’ until you feel a kind of fluffy feeling that’s midway between being high and dozing off. Everyone thinks you are doing something super serious.It’s a guilty pleasure, kind of like bunking class.

PODCASTS

Unlike meditation, podcasts can be recommend to everyone -if you have an excruciating commute, you are bored while you feed the baby, feel brain dead while you cook and clean, if the minutes on the treadmill just don’t roll by fast enough, if you hate what’s on TV , need financial advice, parenting advice, if you are looking for inspiration, want to hear stories, solve mysteries or do guided meditations, podcasts are the answer. According to the internet, there are 1,15,000 English-language podcasts available online. You are bound to find one that interests you. It’s ideal for those who multitask and if parenting isn’t multitasking, we don’t know what is.

STOP CARING A HOOT

If there’s one decision you want to take to turn your life around, let it be this -don’t care a hoot about what anyone says or thinks about you. In polite words, let the value that you place on criticism by others be equal to or less than the physical space occupied by the rear side of a small rodent.Not worrying about what other parents think about your parenting style, what the books say you should do, what in-laws, neighbours, even teachers say , will set you free. Then, it will be just you and the kid and that abundant resource called common sense.You’ll make mistakes, learn from them and grow -and by you, we mean you and the kid. It definitely beats trying to create impossible walls to climb only to find out that the wall you built stands between you and the kid.

UNFRIEND YOURSELF FROM SOCIAL MEDIA

The whole `My life as lived on social media’ thing, will really get to you. Between all your social media accounts, you see a constant parade of perfect families. They go on gorgeous vacations 12 times a year. But you might take one annual vacation that inevitably starts with an argument andor tantrum so you do a family sulk all the way to the airport. The couples in those photo-sharing sites go out looking like film stars on date nights sans kids. You tried it a few times, but realised it was so much work! It’s much better to just watch TV at home after the kid goes to bed.Their kids talk about astronauts and build robots at the age of three. Your kid still talks about poop and Barbie -often in the same sentence. Theirs is a socially responsible, eco-friendly , politically-aware family . You spent all day yesterday teaching your daughter to whistle, which, we admit, is of absolutely no practical value to the world. You might still not be evolved enough to break all ties from social media, but you should learn to scroll quickly past the chronic gloaters, and feel empowered when you `hide’ them from the timeline. Try it. You’ll love the peace that follows.

CALL IN SICK

In school, college and at work, at some point or another, we’ve all faked a cough on the phone and called in sick. Why not do that as a parent? If popularised, this could be a thing. One could announce to the world that one is sick and then just retire. Lie in bed all day , listen to music, read a book and at regular intervals, let out a groan. A day or two of this and you’ll come out feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.Spa days and retreats are for losers, this stuff is virtually effortless and free!

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Posted by admin - October 3, 2015 at 10:30 am

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5 PICTURES OF KIDS YOU SHOULD AVOID POSTING ONLINE

Sundeepa Shah, mother of four-year-old Raghav, was in rude shock when the principal of her son’s playschool called her to say that one of her friends had visited the premises and offered to drop her son home. She says, “Only , I didn’t recognise the `friend’. We had connected on social media, but had never met. She knew every detail of my son, where we live and what his routine is like. Thankfully , the teachers insisted on getting my permission before allowing my son to leave with the woman. Since then, I’ve stopped sharing every detail of my son’s life online.“Many experts warn parents against posting pictures of kids and detailing their routine on social media, not only because it could make them vulnerable to strangers, but also because they can potentially affect their psychology . Dr Mohan Sundar, a child counsellor, says, “Certain pictures, status updates and information on kids that parents share online can have an adverse effect on their kid’s psyche. For instance, posting a picture of your kid in the bathtub or revealing hisher nickname online can often embarrass himher and make himher an easy target for school bullies.“

Here are five imagesposts related to children that parents must avoid sharing online, however tempting it might be…

NUDE PICS

It’s a given that kids look extremely adorable when they are in the bathtub, playing with water ducks, or lying in their cradle. But, keep those lovely pictures to yourself, because you don’t want to risk these getting into the wrong hands. While social media filters pictures and also have nudity clause, it’s better to censor them yourselves.

SNAPS OF THEM WITH THEIR FRIENDS

It’s one thing to post pics of your kids. But, making hisher friends vulnerable to prying eyes of the world by sharing group pictures is something that every parent must avoid.“You can’t decide for other parents that it’s okay to put up their kids’ pictures. In case you want to share a picture of your tiny tot with hisher friends, then make sure you have other parents’ permission,“ says Purva Kumar, mother of a 10-year-old.

EMBARRASSING PICTURES

Abstain from posting pictures of your child on the potty, or other such shaming pictures. Adds Dr Mohan, “Such acts by parents can have a long-term effect on kids. The child may stop trusting hisher parents, and can sometimes lead to depression and anxiety effects on kids in the short and long term. Not only does shaming violate trust between parents and children, it may cause post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety later in life.“

IMAGES WITH PERSONAL DETAILS

Avoid sharing photos that give out details like full name, home address, school locations etc.“Never put up pictures of them in uniforms with identity cards, or standing in front of home with street name and house number visible. Also avoid posting minute-by-minute updates of what your kid is up to. That’s unless you want random strangers using this information to stalk your child,“ says Sundeepa.

PICS YOUR KIDS DON’T WANT TO BE MADE PUBLIC

Before you hit the `publish’ button, check with your child if heshe is okay with sharing the image online. Dr Mohan advises, “Your son might not want anyone else to see the picture in which he is wearing his sister’s kurta. Your daughter might not want that image where her face is covered in multani mitti to be put up online. So, make it a point to ask them if they are comfortable with you posting their images online. This way , you can avoid hurting them and making them feel embarrassed or a soft target for bullies.“

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Posted by admin - October 3, 2015 at 10:28 am

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Snot Nose Prank-HEHEHE

 People are repeatedly stopped for information, and each person tells them that they have a snotty nose.
The victims continuously wipe their noses, and end up hiding in shame from a non-existent booger…

 

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223 crore cover for Kings Circle mandal Organizers Prefer Govt Insurers Over Pvt Cos

223 crore cover for Kings Circle mandal

Organizers Prefer Govt Insurers Over Pvt Cos


    Ganpati mandals say they trust nationalized insurance companies over private players for purchasing festival policies. The business is so competitive that the insurers have a no-poaching agreement with one another.
    Mumbai’s prize account is that of GSB Seva Mandal, Kings Circle, which has insured itself for Rs223 crore this year. “I will not reveal the winning bidder or the premium we pay because we call for tenders and then select the proper bid,” said spokesperson Satish Nayak.
    “We always choose a nationalized firm. Private companies may or may not honour a claim. Settling claims with a private firm depends on the liaison officer you get, but nationalized insurers follow time-honoured regulations,” he added.
    GSB’s policy includes an all-risk cover of Rs20 crore, a similar amount goes towards public liability and Rs182 crore constitutes personal accident cover at Rs10 lakh per head including workers, volunteers and priests.
    Andhericha Raja has an insurance cover of Rs3.7 crore from National Insurance. “We prefer government firms since they have a reputation that comes with being in business for so many decades,” mandal spokesperson Uday Salian said.
    Andhericha Raja’s largest chunk of Rs1.75 crore covers threat by terrorism while Rs75 lakh protects the deity’s ornaments. Another crore insures mandal volunteers while the remaining covers public liability. The Raja’s visarjan procession on the following “Sankashti” is also covered.
    Lalbaugcha Raja has settled on two public insurance companies for separate policies. The first covers immersion processions city-wide. “We have a Rs20 crore policy from United India Assurance to insure all devotees in the city. This covers people who suffer permanent disability during visarjan or die by drowning,” says mandal president Ashok Pawar.
    For itself the m a n d a l h a s sought a Rs51 crore policy from New India Assurance. This spans public liability of Rs30 crore, third-party insurance of Rs10 crore and ornaments for Rs 7.5 c r o r e . L a l – b a u g ch a R a j a ’s property and set is insured for Rs 3.5 crore. PROMINENT MANDALS
    Thanks to the abiding creativity of Mumbai’s idol-makers, the city sees an array of beautiful Ganeshas this time of the year. From the smiling, athletic Ganraj of Lalbaug to the squat, dazzling South Indian Ganesha of GSB, each is regal in form. In the first of a two-part series TOI profiles eight prominent pandals of Ganeshotsav 2013
Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav LOCATION | LALBAUG USP | Now in its 80th year, Lalbaugcha Raja has acquired the status of showstopper in Mumbai’s Ganpati parade. Koli fisherwomen had installed the idol as a thanksgiving present for the local market. Local business booms during Ganeshotsav. Thousands of devotees pay for VIP passes or wait in queue for hours for darshan
Ganesh Gully Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav LOCATION | GANESH GULLY, LALBAUG USP | The original draw of Lalbaug, the 86-year-old mandal has the advantage of spacious grounds to create gigantic replicas of palaces and temples. The striking permanent idol of Lord Shiva in the precinct watches over a beautiful structure of the Somnath temple this season
Keshavji Naik Chawl Ganeshotsav Mandal
LOCATION | GIRGAUM
USP | The city’s first public Ganeshotsav enters its 121st year with a little flourish. Lokmanya Tilak had inspired this celebration in 1893. This year, poet Vinayak Rahatekar, who lives in Keshavji Naik chawl, has written a few verses suggesting the importance of 121 to Indian culture. Decorations are expected to be brighter than usual, says member Vinod Satpute
GSB Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Samiti LOCATION | RAM MANDIR, WADALA USP | Another pillar of GSB celebrations in the city, the Wadala mandir is proud of the multiple pujas that accompany Ganeshotsav. “We invite priests who follow scriptural instructions to the letter,” says chairman N N Pal. Eknath Thakur of Saraswat Bank and Karnataka minister R V Deshpande will open celebrations
GSB Seva Mandal LOCATION | KINGS CIRCLE USP | The Goud Saraswat Brahmin (GSB) Ganesh Mandal at Kings Circle is believed to be the richest in the city despite its five-day tenure. The South Indian-style idol is seated in a gigantic pandal measuring 90,000 sq ft and bedecked with golden jewellery. GSB has bought insurance cover worth 223 crore this year
Khetwadi 11th Lane Ganeshotsav Samiti
LOCATION | KHETWADI, GIRGAUM
USP |
The mandal is the pride of Khetwadi among several Ganesh pandals that adorn various lanes. This year 11th Lane has brought home a 28-ft tall Ganpati, which it claims is the tallest in the city. The strikingly beautiful idol strikes a pose standing on one foot atop the ‘mooshak’ (mouse) and is housed in a palace setting
Azad Nagar Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Samiti
LOCATION | VEERA DESAI ROAD, ANDHERI (W)
USP |
More familiar as the Andhericha Raja, the deity is seated in a replica of the Ashtavinayak temple of Ranjangaon. Devotee Sudhakar Pujari from Hong Kong has donated gold jewellery after begetting a son by the Raja’s grace. Andhericha Raja is immersed on the Sankashti that follows Chaturdashi
Tulsiwadi Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal LOCATION | TULSIWADI, TARDEO
USP |
The main street of Tardeo is festooned with posters announcing the platinum anniversary of the Tulsiwadi Ganesh. The tall 25-ft idol is covered with coloured stones in its 75th year. Mandal president N P Yadav says theirs is an apolitical festival

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Emotional intelligence linked to professional success

    Analytical and technical skills may serve as a minimum
requirement for success but it’s emotional intelligence that is the attribute that distinguishes outstanding performers from average performers
according to Chris Moser, Ed D, assistant professor in the College of Education, and Cheri Hampton-Farmer, Ph D, assistant professor and chair of communication, who said, “When individuals have developed good interpersonal
skills, they are able to manage conflict by selecting an appropriate response that achieves a peaceful and equitable solution, another attribute.”

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Taking a cue from concept cafés in Japan, book cafés are popping up all over India

BOOKS, CAFÉS, CULTURE

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Taking a cue from concept cafés in Japan, book cafés are popping up all over India. A blessing to bibliophiles, these places come with their own mini libraries. Sip your cappuccino and grab a bite, while checking out the bookshelves,


    Years ago, hanging out at the local café was a trend we were familiar with only in popular American sitcoms (remember Friends, Sex and the City?) Little did we know that when the coffee shop culture would hit the country, the café would become a buzzing hotspot for an entire generation – from meeting up with friends and having serious business meetings to working on the laptop in solitude. Now, giving a twist to your regular café, reading cafés in metros are on the rise. You can indulge your love for reading or browsing through a library of books, as well as enjoy a tasty snack.
Not your regular coffee shop
Unlike a coffee shop, a reading café is conducive to a more literary environment, lined with mini bookshelves within the space that has a handpicked selection of books. So if you forget to carry a novel with you, there’s always a library to choose from. While your regular café is centred around eating, here, the combination of food, as well as reading, attracts avid readers and bibliophiles. Mumbai-based IT student Sushant Bose, a regular at his neighbourhood book café, shares, “These cafés have a pretty laid-back feel to them, have interesting items on the menu and boast of great book collections. The café I visit has hordes of comics, which I can borrow for an hourly fee or subscribe for a monthly membership. I can read all the comics I want, at a reasonable rate and enjoy good food simultaneously. It has currently become my favourite hangout.”
    No wonder this concept is fast gaining popularity in urban metros like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Hyderabad, amongst book lovers, who would rather wander the aisles of bookshelves at a café, than a library or standard bookstore. “People want to go to places that have a feel of ‘home away from home’. In fact, like restaurants, even book cafés have started giving attention to the kind of food they serve. They might offer natural and wholesome meals, which are easy to eat, while one has a book in hand. Sandwiches, pastas and light sides make for a good selection,” says Priyanka Malhotra,owner of a well-known café-restaurant in New Delhi.
It nurtures reading
Book cafés provide an ideal space for reading, where people can choose a book and settle down to read over a cup of tea or coffee. This ambience nurtures the habit of reading, offering an intimate place for people, where you have no loud music or TV screens to distract you. The idea behind these places is to create an environment that is introspective yet light and fun. “We want to promote the culture of reading comics, which is not very popular in India. So in our café, we house over 2,500 comics and manga series from all over the world, even those which aren’t available in India. And alongside we have a continental spread of snacks, which our customers can enjoy,” says Utsa Shome, co-founder of book cafés in Mumbai and Bangalore. Books, coffee and food, are you game for this heady combination?
5 BOOKS THAT HONE YOUR INNER BAD GIRL
Ladies, if playing nice didn’t get you anywhere, it’s time to get ahead by unleashing the fiery diva within. Pay heed to a host of non-fiction writers who are encouraging women to speak their mind and stand up for themselves.
1. Bad Girl’s Guide to Getting What You Want: The Bad Girl’s Guide series of books by Cameron Tuttle is a collection of tips and tricks for scoring love, fame, money, power, parking space, and other essentials.
2. Kiss My Tiara: How to Rule the World as a SmartMouth Goddess: Susan Jane Gilman gives uncommon advice on everything from sex to office politics.
3. The Inner Bitch Guide to Men, Relationships, Dating, Etc:
This book from Elizabeth Hilts’ Bitch series is a humorous and practical guide to having a successful relationship.
4. Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: Comedian Steve Harvey gives a male perspective on what men really think about love, intimacy, and commitment.
5. Why Men Love Bitches: Sherry Argov’s no-nonsense guide reveals why a strong woman is much more desirable than a ‘yes woman’ who routinely sacrifices herself.

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