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narol sharkej rd Ahmedabad, India

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eye lo descubrió en septiembre de 2011

me encanta, uno de mis favoritos

thalis maravillosos en una finca-museo alucinate
manteles de hojas cosidas
platos de hojas prensadas
comida directamente sobre el mantel
menu fijo coma todo lo que pueda
una experiencia obligatoria en ahmedabad
tiene museo anexo de colecciones de bronce y laton muy interesante

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I had read about Vishala in one of the dailies so during my trip to Ahmedabad I went to this fascinating place with a group of friends. The minute you enter the place you are transported to an old-world charm of Gujarati lifestyle, right into the heart of a Gujarati village.

You are greeted by men in turbans and dhotis with flowers, and the restaurant is a mud hut decorated with typical Gujarati motifs. You’ll be surprised to note that there the restaurant has minimal use of electricity, only for table fans in the peak of summer. There are no tube lights or bulbs and at sunset, lanterns and lamps are lit in every nook and corner. The air smells of smoked charcoal and the atmosphere is charged with the eclectic performances of folk musicians and dancers, magic shows and puppet shows.

You have food sitting on ‘patlas’ with a low table which was very comfortable. The food is served on biodegradable leaf plates and you are given a spoon only on demand as you are required to eat with your fingers in true Gujarati tradition. They serve a whole lot of starters with a number of pickles, handvo, dhokla, sprouts, farsan, and buttermilk (in earthen pots). The main course had vegetables, dal & curry, theplas, makai ka rotla, Bhakri, Bajre ki Roti with White butter & Khichdi. Jalebis were piping hot and crispy and malpua was yummy!! After the meal they also serve an ice cream of your choice outside the dining area.

There is a museum of utensils which has a nice collection of antique vessels of Gujarati households and a shop for Gujarati handicrafts. Everything was simply out of the world. Those people who come to serve the food will make sure that you eat much more than you are capable of by doing the traditional ‘Kathiavadi taan’ . After a meal you can simply relax on the traditional cots or on the swings.
The ambience is excellent and the service out of the world. You get a good taste of the much famed Gujarati hospitality. Definitely a must visit if you are in Ahmedabad.

Vishalla Restaurant

Opposite Vasna Toll Naka, Near APMC Market, Sarkhej Narol Highway, Vasna, Ahmedabad

Phone: +91 79 22761401/ 26602422/ 26446554

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41Minoo Desai Marg Mumbai, India

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eye lo descubrió en agosto de 2011

If you want more expensive things, created by one of India's best designers, Neeru Kumar / Tulsi, go to THE COURTYARD, just behind the Radio Club in Colaba. (Your hotel will tell the taxi driver how to get to those places).

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kitab khana

47 Mahatma Gandhi Road Mumbai, India

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buena libreria

eye lo descubrió en septiembre de 2011

from mumbaiboss.com/2011/03/04/fort-gets-a-new-bookstore

Might just serve some of the needs of South Mumbai book lovers with its selection of English and Indian literature. Located on the ground floor of the 150-year-old Somaiya Bhavan, Kitab Khana is owned by Amrita and Samir Somaiya, who wanted a store where people would be encouraged to read and lounge about. “We want a space that will feel like a living room, where people can read a book and have a cup of coffee, a space that would lend itself to places in Europe or North America,” said Amrita Somaiya. “We want to offer Bombay one more shop to hang out at.”

Kitab Khana has plenty of reading nooks and seating areas, including a coffee shop that sells a range of pastries, cakes, tarts, salads and sandwiches. With its cast-iron columns, high ceilings and Italian marble statues, the store has already set itself apart from chains like Crossword and Oxford. Unlike the other two, Kitab Khana also sells a substantial selection of books in Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati. The Somaiyas say that about 75 per cent of the stock comprises popular literature, so you can expect to find all the usual fiction and non-fiction biggies. The other 25 per cent is for philosophy and more “stimulating” fare, which includes shelves devoted to Gandhi, poetry, Indian texts like the Upanishads and Bhagvad Gita as well as science books and Penguin classics. There are also sections for children’s books (including a small play area), cook books, coffee table books and travel books, but Strand fans will discover that the selection is not much more varied than at that Fort stalwart. We did like the rack of international magazines, which was positioned next to a cosy seating area, as well as the charming character afforded by a heritage structure. But in terms of book selection, don’t go with high expectations. You’re better off cashing in on the discounted prices at Strand.

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Athreya ayurvedic resort

Pakkil P. O., Pallom, Kottayam, Kerala, India, 686012 Pallom, India

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Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre

Lalithadripura, Ittigegud, Mysore 570010, India , Mysore

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137, mahatma gandhi road Mumbai, India

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10-9 daily


R- City Centre, Shop no. S-39
2nd floor, L. B. S. Marg
Ghatkopar (W)
Mumbai- 400086
Email: ghatkopar.mumbai@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 11 am – 9:30 pm; open all days


M/s. Oberoi Mall Private Ltd.
S-25, Second Floor, Oberoi Garden City
Off. Western Express Highway
Goregaon (East), Mumbai - 400063
Ph: +91-22-28429272, 42182000
Email: goregaon.mumbai@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm; Open all days of the week.

Infinity Malad

FF120, First Floor, Infinity Malad,
Next to Goregaon Sports Complex,
Link Road,Malad (West), Mumbai – 400064

Phone: +91-22-28892097

Email: infinitymalad.mumbai@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 10 am to 10 pm; Open all days

Inorbit Mall

F-2, First Floor,
Inorbit Mall, Link Road
Mind Space, Malad (West)
Mumbai - 400064
Ph: +91-22-66419955, 28779977
Email: inorbit.bombay@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 11:00 am to 9:30 pm; Open all days of the week


Mahran, Plot #16,
Junction of Samarth Ramdas Marg &
Gulmohar Cross Road No. 12,
Juhu Vile Development Scheme,
Vile Parle (W)
Ph: +91-22-26206339
Email: juhu.bombay@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm; Open all days of the week.

K Star Mall

Unit No. 3 B, K-Star Mall,
Diamond Garden, Chembur, Mumbai
Ph: +91-22-25209370, 71
Email: chembur.mumbai@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 10:30 am to 9:30 pm; Open all day of the week.

Kala Ghoda

Jeroo Building,
137, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Colaba,
Mumbai - 400001
Ph: +91-22-22626539, 40
Email: jeroo.bombay@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm; Open all days of the week


Noble House
Junction of Khar Danda, and 18th Road,
Khar (West)
Mumbai - 400052
Ph: +91-22-26057780 - 26058622
Email: khar.bombay@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 10 am to 7.45 pm; Open all days of the week

Korum Mall, Thane

S-20, Korum,
Pokhran Road no. 1,
Off Eastern Express Highway,
Thane (West)- 400606
Phone: +91-22-66099932

Email: korum.thane@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 10:30 am to 9:30 pm; Open all days of the week.


S-109 / 218, B Wing,
Nirmal Lifestyles,
Opposite Nirmal Nagar,
LBS Marg, Mulund (West)
Mumbai - 400080
Ph: +91-22-25919301, 25918597
Email: mulund.bombay@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm; Open all days of the week

Pali Hill

No. 2 & 4, Navroze, 66 Pali Hill,
Next to HDFC Bank,
Bandra (West),
Mumbai - 400050
Ph: +91-22-26465286, 89
Email: palihill.bombay@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 10 am to 7.45pm; Open all days of the week

Phoenix Mall

Unit No.13, Grand Galleria,
Phoenix Mills Compound,
462, Senapati Bapat Marg,
Lower Parel, Mumbai - 400013
Ph: +91-22-24932351, 61
Email: phoenix.bombay@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 11 am to 9:30 pm; Open all days of the week.


Trance Ocean House,
Ground Floor Unit No. G2,
Hiranandani Business Park,
Hiranandani Gardens,
Powai, Mumbai.
Ph: +91-22-32674666
Email: powai.mumbai@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 10:30 am to 9:30 pm; Open all days of the week.


Shop No.14A, Ground Floor,
Plaza Asiad Shopping Centre,
Junction of S.V. Road & Station Road,
Santacruz (West),
Mumbai - 400054.
Ph:+91-22-26055479, 26053831
Email: santacruz.mumbai@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 11 am to 9 pm; Open all days of the week.


Unit F 24, First Floor,
Inorbit Mall,
Sector 30, Vashi,
Navi Mumbai - 400705
Ph: +91-22-27810835, 27810836
Email: vashi@fabindia.net

Store Timings: 11:00 am to 9:30 pm; Open all days of the week.

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17, Nandlal Jani Road, Wadi Bunder, Masjid Bunder Mumbai, India

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nor black nor white

eye lo descubrió en agosto de 2011

“Exploring India through textile and art”, says Amrit Kumar and Mriga Kapadiya’s website. The Canadian-born designers have made Mumbai their home and Gujarat their playground, which plays a starring role in their first collection. Nor Black Nor White’s range is an abbreviated affair, a capsule collection of just 18 pieces that incorporate traditional Kutchi bandhini (tie-dye) work and embroidery techniques on sexy, oversize boyfriend shirts, easy-to-wear separates and short dresses.

Kumar and Kapadiya grew up in Toronto, but moved to Mumbai a couple of years ago. The line might never have come into being if they hadn’t decided to travel to Kutch, where they encountered Kala Raksha, an organisation that works toward preserving traditional Gujarati art and embroidery techniques. What’s the significance of the brand name? It’s because it’s “a grey space,” the designers said. “Part anthropology, part fashion. Not this nor that.”

Every piece in the collection is thoroughly modern, thanks to their uncomplicated cuts. We’ve got our eyes on a slippery silk shirt in bright orange with oversize bandhini diamonds, and a boldly-patterned indigo and yellow dress that loosely skims the body. But we wouldn’t say no to their twist-back camisoles or super-wide khadi trousers either. It’s an effortless capsule wardrobe and we want it all. Vandana Verma

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33rd Road, Khar, West Bombay, Maharashtra 400050 Mumbai, India

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todo en ELECTRONICA, un mundo

eye lo descubrió en agosto de 2011


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