Spirituality at work

With workplaces fast becoming increasingly toxic, Shivi Verma noses out 11 spiritual laws that can help us resolve our issues and stay happy, motivated and successful at work Are you doing more than your fair share at work, but getting little appreciation? Do you feel discriminated, ignored and sidelined? Are you a victim of politics? Is your boss dictatorial or manipulative? Is the culture at work

Coming home to India

An interview with American-born Radhanath Swami, the head of ISKCON, Girgaum, Chowpatty, whose book, The Journey Home, is a thrilling testament to the power of love for God Radhanath Swami, the most popular face of International Society for Krishna Consciousness(ISKCON), has become the talk of the town after the release of his epic book, The Journey Home. It is a bewitching tale of a life

One step at a time

It actually just takes small bits and chips done every day with commitment and discipline, to build anything big, discovers Nithya Rajendran We have all heard of the tortoise and hare story, and so did I when I was a kid. It is almost decades later now and the powerful wisdom behind this story is beginning to unravel itself to me.   I was quite lazy as a kid. Never liked school, hated

Pack a punch with peanuts

Add flavour and nutrition to your diet by incorporating peanuts and see the difference, says Naini Setalvad The peanut forms one among the few foods such as banana and potato, which is nutritious, delicious and democratically accessible to all – rich or poor. We need therefore to be very grateful for its existence. The peanut, known as mungphali in Hindi, is an integral part of Indian

Coping with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

This widespread condition can be tackled with a variety of treatments, say Paromita Bhattacharyya and Punya Srivastava Irritable bowel syndrome or disease is a common medical condition in today’s world. From the allopathic point of view, the two common conditions in IBS are Crohn’s Disease characterised by mouth ulcers and chronic inflammation of the digestive tract, and Ulcerative Colitis causing

Managing menopause

The journey through menopause can be traumatic for some women and hassle-free for others. Dr Anjali Mukherjee advises on the right diet to cope with the trying changes Menopause can mean different things to different women. Each woman’s journey through menopause is unique. On an average, women experience menopause at the age of 50-52. However, some women go through premature but natural