What BR has to offer
BR is the media organ of the worldwide Indian community (NRI). It affords easy access for regional communities to interact globally with their counterparts scattered around the world.
Re-establish lost contacts
Individuals from many families have lost contact with near and dear ones over the years in their quest for economic independence as they scatter far and wide globally. BR’s pictorial features such as Newsmakers, Dubai Roundabout and Hong Kong Happenings have brought many a lost sheep back to the flock.
Share your news and air your views
Air your views through our Write On Column and share news of your happenings through our pictorial features such as Newsmakers.
Recipes to whet a gourmet’s appetite
Delicious desi and other culinary delights are presented in quick recipes for easy preparation to give you and your guests an unforgettable gastronomical experience.
World of Movies
Keep track of Bollywood, its rising (and falling) stars, its copycat ways… and, at times, even moments of excellence. Our 'Bollywood Blast' feature gives you newsworthy snippets making the rounds of Bollywood.
On the other side, we keep track of recent Hollywood movies with informative
reviews from our correspondent in Hollywood.
Weddings & Supplements
Want to share your matrimonial moments or other occasions with your relatives and friends around the world? Go for a tastefully designed pictorial supplement in the magazine. These are affordably priced to allow you to splash up the wedding events in fantastic colour for all to see!
Gurudev Sri Swami Satchidananda Maharaj’s long-standing column, Towards A Richer Life provides food for the soul. Innumerable followers of Swamiji have grown in spirituality through reading the written word of Gurudev in the Bharat Ratna. We also publish enlightening interviews with spiritual teachers who pass through Hong Kong from time to time.
Personal Problems? Write to Aunt Gulri
Write in full confidence to Aunt Gulri for advice in personal problems. Let her solve them for you as she has done for numerous of our readers who have found solutions that work through the counsel of the sympathetic Aunt
Horoscopes and Birthday Forecasts… News from India… Health and Beauty Column… and more!
Diwali is a unique experience for most foreigners who come to India in the last quarter of the year on long trips. In the last five years, more tourists favor to come earlier, i.e. during Dussehra to eventually enjoy the spectacle of the festival of lights. Travel companies have picked up the cue from this fancy choice to have local hosts and homestays so that the visitors understand Indian culture in the most natural manner. Homemade snacks, new sweets and the concept of ‘athithi devo bhavo’ (the guest is like God) brings in more people from across the world to enjoy India’s festivities. As Diwali becomes a global festival being celebrated in other countries, it is nice to see that back home in India, foreigners are enjoying the im- mersive experience of sparkles, lights and decorations...