By The Punekar - Official
- 1 You're an Assal Punekar if You Talk Like This 02:20
- 2 A Foreigner in Mandai 04:14
- 3 The Wheels That Move Pune #ChalaKaka 03:21
- 4 What's Your Favourite Memory of Pune? 03:37
- 5 This Diwali, Let's Empower Pune's Women 04:58
- 6 Punekars Play the First Ever Puneri Rapid Fire 03:08
- 7 #PunekarTalks: 1 Question, Countless Emotions 03:09
We caught up with one of Pune's artistic forces, Deepika Dadlani Nagpurkar, a passionate artist, super-mom and all-in-all a wonderful lady. Check out her products below (for kids and adults too!) and our little chat with her!
Appa, as he is lovingly called, is a middle-aged, coy man with a wistful smile. His day starts with the same routine- making copious amounts of tea for the morning crowd, and then pouring the first cup on the road followed by water. Although a strange ritual, he is quick to explain it to me. “It’s Bhavani”, he says. An offering to mother earth for looking after him and his business.
Y'all, it's now old news that the hashtag #ImSoPuneri was trending on Twitter a while ago; a proud Twitter moment for Pune. There were SO MANY tweets from Punekars across the city, covering traffic, food... the Puneri lifestyle, in general. Here's kickstarting a quick and short series on the most relatable of them tweets.
Living in a city means being surrounded by a huge concrete jungle. The fast-paced life in Pune offers little to no chances for focusing on fitness. We all have somewhere to be, something to do just about all the time. So it’s essential that we take some time out for ourselves, for a healthier and longer life.
If you have been reading my series, then firstly - big thank you for staying through my rant (till part 3) and secondly, I hope I have inspired you to ask more from your employers and work opportunities.
Repeat after me- A freelancer is not free.