For a property buyer, a home does not only signify a living space but a sense of comfort, love and affection. When you finish from work, you want to go back to your home and relax in the pool, or enjoy a steam and sauna session, or you might just want to listen to your favourite music while jogging.
The deck is an extension of the home, and it is an area where people unwind. It is the space that is often outfitted to complement the seasons and/or your mood and lifestyle. If you enjoy spending some time under the blue sky and surrounded by fresh air, you can make your home’s deck impressive enough so that family and friends may also want to spend some time. Here are a few tips to spruce up your deck and transform your standard outdoor space into an extraordinary experience right out from a movie!
The pleasant earthy smell that accompanies the first rain when it hits the dry soil marks the beginning of the monsoon season. It is the time when we like to lounge at our windows with loved ones, sipping tea and munching on hot pakoras. Monsoons in Mumbai open up vistas of fun activities which are exclusive to this season. This article talks about all the things you can do in Mumbai this season, so make sure you enjoy it to the fullest with your loved ones!
Did you know – Gudi Padwa & Akshaya Tritiya are few of the ‘shubh’ days in the Hindu calendar? Every moment of this day is auspicious and blessed; one doesn’t need a mahurat. It’s no wonder then that families plan significant events on Gudi Padwa & Akshaya Tritiya, such as engagements or purchase of jewellery and gold coins, vehicles or even homes. Homebuying had definitely picked up in the run-up to Gudi Padwa & Akshaya Tritiya this year based on positive sentiments in the real estate market. Increasing clarity in application of RERA, adherence of developers and stoic watchfulness from governing body MahaRERA has ensured return of buyer interest. Beyond improved governance, infrastructure developments have added to the buoyant mood of Mumbaikars this year.
It has been wisely stated that “A woman’s heart holds the light that guides one even in a dark tunnel like that of life.” Over a period of time, we all have come to realize the truth in this quote. Most of us would agree to the fact that women are blessed with unique strength, skills and a super emotional quotient. At times one just wonders how they multitask with precision by juggling responsibilities of work, home and social life. Do they really possess super powers or is it just them? It’s true. Life just won’t seem to function well without women, be it our mother, sister, daughter, teacher or our best friend. At work, our directors, our bosses and reporting managers guide us in our professional life. The list could go on and on. Women today have acquired important roles in every aspect and walks of life. Super powers or not, they are doing pretty well and to that we all can agree. So, this women’s day at Rajesh LifeSpaces, we decided to put the women around us in the driving seat and asked them, what superpower would they want to acquire, if given an opportunity, and what would they use it for. The question might fall into the category of ‘heard that before’, but the answers were simply “super”. Now with women having super powers, it was imperative to get to know what the men had to say about it. Hence, we asked the men, what did they think the world shall look like, if women were to have super powers. For all those who wish they were a part of this fun, please click on the below mentioned link for a few glimpses. We assure you for a moment, you will start believing that women possess super powers indeed.
In continuation to MUMBAI 2.0 – UPGRADES IN THE INFRASTRUCTURE, in this part, we will be talking about the contribution of Mumbai Suburban Railways to the infra growth. Spread over 465 kilometers, the suburban railway operates 2342 train services, carrying more than 7.5 million commuters daily. Since its inception, the railway is playing a key role in the overall infrastructure growth. The rail connectivity, in a lot of ways, has positive effects on all the factors, such as employment, housing, healthcare, and transport.