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Hemal Mehta

Hemal is the Editor and Blogger-in-Chief of TheAhmedabadBlog.com. She handles the content strategy and development side of the blog and coordinates with contributors and interns.

Brownie Festival at Hyatt Ahmedabad

White Chocolate Brownie dipped in luscious toffee sauce | Photo © Hemal Mehta

Chocolate Brownie is one dessert, which I look out on every dessert menu at most restaurants in Ahmedabad. What’s not to like about brownie – it’s a dessert and it has chocolate. It can be served warm with ice cream or can be served at room temperature. It has the ...

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Show us your Battees

Battees — with Harnehmat Kaur and Shivani Saran at National Institute of Design, India

Just a few weeks backs, I sat down to sort the postcards my parents and grandparents had collected over the years. Some were stamped and sent from remote corners of the world. They were scribbled in different fonts and told the story of a different era. It was an absolute ...

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Day 1 at The Winter Affair 2013

The Winter Affair : Day 1 | Photo Courtesy: Kermit Photography

The sun was bright, the breeze was right and the shoppers had their favorite products in sight! The first day of The Winter Affair was super busy with shoppers flooding Cafe Natrani all day long to buy quirky products and participate in the free workshops. The brands on display included ...

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Workshops at The Winter Affair

The Winter Affair 2013 Ahmedabad

This weekend, Amdavadis will not just get to shop for the best at The Winter Affair, but they will also get a chance to participate in free workshops as well. The Winter Affair is hosting 4 free workshops, 2 on each day, with the aim of providing something extra to ...

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Help-Portrait Ahmedabad 2013

Help-Portrait Ahmedabad 2013: The signage being put up

“Happiness is like perfume: You can't give it away without getting a little on yourself.” ~ Anonymous.  Help-Portrait is a community of photographers coming together across the world to use their photography skills to give back to their local community. The overall idea of Help-Portrait is simple to implement. Photographers and ...

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