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Food  /  Published 04.06.22

From kosha mangsho to aam sorbet: Recipes to put a hungry smile on any jamai’s face

All’s well that ends well, they say. This quick and easy sorbet recipe has the coolness of ice cream with the goodness of mangoes! Recipe: Take a couple of ripe, sweet mangoes and scoop out ...
By Pooja Mitra

Lifestyle  /  Published 04.06.22

The week that was in T-town

Want to know about a “One of a kind mishti fest”? Saswata might have a few deets to share. ...
By Pooja Mitra

Lifestyle  /  Published 04.06.22

Jamai jukebox: A Bengali playlist for sons-in-law to jam to

Another popular lokgeeti by Swapna Chakraborty, this one has probably featured in most Bengali wedding playlists. In the song, the sister-in-law (boudi) tells the daughter of the house (her nonod) tha...
By Barnini Maitra Chakraborty

Lifestyle  /  Published 04.06.22

Madhurima Basak gets candid about her latest release X=Prem

How did you feel during that time? It felt nice to have someone who would wait the whole day to meet me, for maybe just a few minutes. He would leave his football match to come and see me. He would c...
By Arindam Chatterjee


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People  /  Published 03.06.22

A few Bengali must-reads, recommended by Anupam Roy

By Humayun Ahmed, the legendary author from Bangladesh, Misir Ali is one of the most popular fictional characters in Bengali literature and has a series of unputdownable tales to dive deep into. If yo...
By Pooja Mitra

Lifestyle  /  Published 03.06.22

Raj and Subhashree on creating an awareness through socially relevant film ‘Habji Gabji’

How has Subhashree inspired you? Raj: Among her many qualities, I am inspired by her positivity. I stay away from people giving off negative vibes or who criticise others. We watch a lot of movies to...
By Arindam Chatterjee

Food  /  Published 02.06.22

Five mango dishes (with recipes) that define a Bengali summer

Another one of those dishes — this time with ripe, yellow mangoes — that unites the country during mango season is the aamshotto, otherwise known as aam papad. If you haven’t snacked...
By Rumela Basu

Lifestyle  /  Published 02.06.22

Anindya Sengupta and Shruti Das on Friday film ‘X=Prem’

Both of you have been to various colleges for promotional events. We see people talking to you, taking selfies with you. It’s a new chapter of your life. Does it make you more responsible? Do yo...
By Arindam Chatterjee

News  /  Published 01.06.22

Literature and mishti gang up to sharpen Kolkata's sweet tooth

Adding to this, Moon Moon Sen said, “Outside Bengal, people enjoy our sweets but don’t know what interesting stories they have relating to the history and names. This festival will take th...
By Jaismita Alexander


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