A 40-year-old Carpenter in Punjab builds a wooden bicycle to beat lockdown blues, local citizens hail his achievement.Continue reading “LOCKDOWN INSPIRES A MAN IN PUNJAB TO CREATE WOODEN BICYCLE”
The only Bird Ambulance service in India on a cycle is pioneered by a 50 year old Social Worker Prince Mehra aka Manjeet Singh.Continue reading “BIRD AMBULANCE ON A CYCLE”
Ivanka Trump on Friday tweeted the viral story of an Indian girl who undertook a distressed journey back home on a bicycle. Within hours, it became one of the top trending tweets. Continue reading “TWITTERATI REACTS TO IVANKA TRUMP’S POST ON JYOTI KUMARI”
A number of cycling stories emerged in the last 2 months. Reports of cycle brands rejigging their factories to produce face mask and governments implementing pop-up cycle lanes. Continue reading “BICYCLES COME TO THE FORE”
Zero Stone in Pune city is perhaps the smallest monument of historic significance. The installation can be spotted on the footpath positioned close to the boundary wall of the General Post Office (GPO). Continue reading “ZERO STONE IN PUNE”
Vikram Pendse Cycle Museum in Pune is a time travel to history of bicycles with an elaborate display of handpicked collection making it an ideal place to visit for every passionate vintage artefacts lover.
In a quaint street of Karvenagar, Pune, stands a three storey structure housing a bicycle museum. The Vikram Pendse Cycle Museum came into being on May 2017 and displays a huge personal collection of cycles, acquired and restored by the owner Vikram Pendse and brought to life by his friend Pandurang Gaikwad. Continue reading “CYCLE MUSEUM IN PUNE”
A mind full of chatter, distracted with things to do, follow-ups, commitments, materialistic goals, and all other worries were temporarily laid to rest as I set out on a spiritual walk inside Osho Garden. Continue reading “SPIRITUAL WALK INSIDE OSHO GARDEN”
Of all the museums I have visited so far, Blades of Glory is the ‘Smallest’ yet the ‘Biggest’.
Sounds like a googly?
Don’t call for a ‘DRS’ as I will shed more light on this. Continue reading “BLADES OF GLORY CRICKET MUSEUM”
When the British departed India, they left behind a legacy of ‘Tipping’. It means, a customer voluntarily offers a sum of money after availing a service. Typically, this culture is more prevalent in hotel industry. Tipping an American worker is appreciated as informal wages is an accepted idea. But in Japan, it’s against their etiquette’s as their philosophy believes good service should be expected in the first place. China has no tipping culture, Singapore does not believe in receiving gratitude’s, in UK it’s customary to tip and in India the practice is quite frequent. Continue reading “CYCLE TO CAFE IRANI CHAII AND GET 10% DISCOUNT”