Zurich is what I call “home”. There is an endless list of things I can tell about what I love about this country and its people.Read More
Category: My Story
Q: Tell us about yourself? I am a regular part-time working mum of 2 lovely girls and a happy wife to a wonderfully supportive husband. I am passionate about photography, design, home décor and all things beautiful. I love crafting, reading and painting with my daughter and travelling. Q: What do you do? Work as an assistant for an International supply chain department in a Global healthcare company. Q: Where do you live and what brought you here to Switzerland? I came to Switzerland with my husband in 2005 when he did an MBA in Lausanne. We moved to...Read More
‘My Story’ shares the experiences of an Indian living in Switzerland “Yes, be open to change – embrace it rather than resist it. Make an effort to integrate with the locals along with your own community.” says Pragati Siddhanti Q. Tell us about yourself A. Hey Guys! My name is Pragati Siddhanti and I moved to Switzerland nine months ago from India with my workaholic husband and six year old daughter. I was born and brought up in New Delhi after which I moved to Bangalore, where I worked as an IT Manager with Unilever. I am the co founder...Read More
“Welcome to the European summer”, the Easy-Jet steward said, as we disembarked. I smirked. I hoisted my then two-and-a-half-year-old onto my hip, swung on my backpack and didn’t bother to brace myself. European summers? Surely Switzerland would have nothing to teach me! I was a born immigrant! Swiss summers, as I later came to know, are famously broiling. I realised that I knew precious little about the country. When it came to Switzerland, I had previously always turned to Bollywood to fill in the blanks; my understanding of the land of milk and money could be summed up as...Read More
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During the British Rule, United Provinces was created on 01 April 1937 (and, no it wasn’t an April fool’s joke). Thirteen years later it was renamed as Uttar Pradesh (northern province). In 2000, the northern districts of the state were separated to form a new state of Uttarakhand.
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