Anagha M

Biography:

Equal parts North and South Indian, Anagha currently lives in Bengaluru. Behind her glasses and uneven fringe, she writes about music, food, culture, books and movies. Though a travel-bug at heart, she can mostly be found be at home with a frayed paperback, a large mug of tea and some light jazz. This hippie-at-heart wishes she was born in the \'60s. She spends far too much time on the internet than is healthy and considers this piece about herself to be the most difficult one she has had to write.

With cocktail making sessions and art workshops, the Weekends at Marriott package is the perfect staycation

The luxury hotel group offers a great mini-break before you get back to reality on Monday morning

14 Nov 2019

A sneak peek into the eighth edition of  Bengaluru Comic Con

The fest features international and Indian artists, cosplayers, experience zones and more

14 Nov 2019

Justbe Cafe’s new menu features vegan dishes like Beetroot Ravioli and Black Rice Maki

Justbe Cafe is recommended for vegans and the ‘vegan-curious’ 
 

14 Nov 2019

With Duck Do Pyaaza and Thukpa Ramen, Raahi offers a modern take on Indian fare

Raahi is a neo kitchen and bar based on the concept of a caravan that will take you on an epicurean expedition

07 Nov 2019

Names like Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana make a strong case for square necklines 

Romantic tops, shapely  jumpsuits and little black  dresses, all get a structured spin with square necklines. 

07 Nov 2019

Feeling blue? Here's our pick of the trendiest blue pea tea cocktails in Bengaluru

The blue pea flower is the latest rage this season. Here’s how bartenders in Bengaluru are making the most of it

31 Oct 2019

The Festival of Laughter and Forgetting delves into themes of public and private memory

The festival by Ranga Shankara and Sandbox Collective explores how we use theatre to respond to the times we live in through six plays

31 Oct 2019

We chat with western classical ensemble, Trio Zadig, as it makes its India debut 

The trio plays everything from classical music from the 18th century, to tunes by current living composers

24 Oct 2019

From Wombok Salad to Butter Chicken Biryani, Mishmash offers a little bit of everything

Here's our review of the restaurant in HSR Layout 

17 Oct 2019

In conversation with Scottish saxophonist and composer Brian Molley

The artiste performs in Bengaluru with his quartet

17 Oct 2019

Premiering in Bengaluru, the play Mumbai Terror Attacks, chronicles the story of the terrorist behind 26/11

Jeff Goldberg brings to life the main conspirator, David Coleman Headley

10 Oct 2019

The Bangalore Street Club on MG Road combines street eats with a fun bar vibe 

With the motto ‘of the people, by the people, for the people’, The Bangalore Street Club is a collaborative space that aims to bring together street food, cocktails and performances

10 Oct 2019

Satyajit Ray, stream of consciousness and existential crises: In conversation with Disco Puppet about his new album, Aranye Dinratri

The Bengaluru-based artiste launches the album with a theatrical gig complete with a visual set and actors

12 Oct 2019

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