Author: sharon dsouza

Happy Onam to The Keybunch readers

Aren’t they adorable? Onam is a lovely festival! It is Kerala’s harvest festival and celebrated wholeheartedly by Malayalees – Hindu, Muslim and Christian alike. Which is what makes it all the more special! And with Onam Sadyas becoming known to more Indians, there are tons of people from the rest of India […]

A Fitting Adieu to Godrej’s Last Batch of Typewriters

On the occasion, Mr. Navroze Godrej, Executive Director, Strategy & Innovation, Godrej & Boyce said, “The typewriter has always intrigued me for being one of the earliest design led technology that India has witnessed. Beginning from locks, refrigerators, vegetable oil soaps to typewriters, I believe Godrej has always been shaping […]

A rendevouz in South Goa

Last weekend was well-spent. On invitation by BlogAdda (the best way to explain BA is that it’s a company that is for bloggers, and always has our best interests at heart) and Renault, I joined 30-odd other bloggers for a weekend of fun, food and long drives in the new […]

Renault Lodgy: Review, Features, Price

I am just back from the #LiveLodgycal drive in rain-drenched Goa where I joined several other bloggers in test-driving and experiencing the new Renault Lodgy, which many can acquire through a car loan for through The Lodgy arrived at The Leela Goa amid a lot of hype and expectation. […]

Product in Focus: Hamilton Beach OTG and Hand Mixer

It’s amazing how technology can simplify lives and make families happier. A well-functioning piece of kitchen equipment is quite a boon! This week I have been busy with two new additions to my kitchen appliances – an OTG and a Classic Hand Mixer. There was much excitement when the products […]

Store Feature: Natural Style Living by Olie

Quaint seaside towns have often been a source of inspiration for artists and creative people. Amrita Nambiar was sitting by the sea one evening in beautiful Pondicherry with its cobbled streets and French influence, when the idea of Olie was born. She wondered if she could transpose the tranquility and beauty […]