UruTM attempts to mirror the typical, kitsch, charming and powerful symbols of the Indian subcontinent in the cuisine, the rangoli patterns Indian truck art and more through souvenirs which encapsulates a little bit of a quaint India.
The motifs truly represent a motherland whose people experience life to the fullest and interplay with nature gloriously. Travellers, expatriates and lovers of India can enjoy these pieces that make a statement of vibrancy — masala dosa key chains, lemon and chilly car mobiles, god and goddesses etc. For more information, log on to www.uruindia.com. Two engineers went on a journey that fused their unique brand of eco-engineering to a farm in Devon in southwest England. As they aim at tackling the problem of fossil fuel consumption in agriculture with the help of farmer Andy Barnes and his three teenage sons, they construct a biogas plant that will harness the natural methane gas given off by dung. Catch the “Planet Mechanics” on Nat Geo at 8 p.m. on April 29.