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Nalini Malaviya is a Bangalore based art consultant, writer and blogger. She has been writing for the media since 2003, and has been an art columnist for Financial Times (Delhi and Bangalore) and Bangalore Mirror. Nalini writes primarily on art (visual arts, performance, photography, etc) and also on health and lifestyle. She contributes to Times of India, Deccan Herald and several other publications including art magazines and catalogs. An occasional fiction writer, Nalini has published short stories as part of various anthologies, such as, The Shrinking Woman, The Curse of the Bird and Bhelpuri. She publishes www.artsceneindia.com, a popular blog cum Ezine featuring art news, guides, and articles on buying and collecting art and on displaying art in interiors. The website functions as an artist resource and also promotes artists. Nalini curates art exhibitions and conducts classes on art appreciation and writing. She also teaches arts management and marketing for artists through workshops. Currently, she contributes to the experts section on corporate blogs on interiors and lifestyle.

Home Keeping Tips for Monsoon

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With the advent of rain, increased dampness, wet floors, mud marks and soiled rugs and carpets become difficult to manage, making home keeping more involved. One of the first things that one should do once rain sets in is to roll up all expensive carpets and keep them away. Wet ...

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Types of Stone Countertops and Their Benefits

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Stone countertops have been popular for years in the kitchen, for islands and in bathrooms. Different types of stones vary in popularity based on their colour, aesthetic appeal, porosity, hardness and durability. Stone as a material is high in visual appeal with its beautiful natural colours, textures and grains. Granite ...

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Signs That it is Time for Renovation

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A home ages with time and requires repair and maintenance on a regular basis. Weather conditions such as heat and cold, rain and dust impact the materials used in construction, and therefore it is essential that regular care and appropriate treatment is carried out. Every house requires some amount of ...

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