If we care enough about our next generation and their right to enjoy their rich...– We thank Venkataraman a.k.a. Venky for featuring maarewa on his blog, Venkinesis. Read the entire article here… http://www.venkinesis.in/2012/10/maarewa-celebration-of-indian-tastes.html?spref=fb
Add a Blogpost
Curation of all the eateries and curation around each eatery. In the light of accomplishing this ambitious task, we have recently introduced a new feature on maarewa, Blog Posts. If you wrote about an eatery on your blog you can now add that blog post on the page of that eatery and let others know about what you told about the tastes in detail.
The beginning of History
This May will be an exciting month for maarewa. We have been working on some great new features which we plan to roll out in the coming weeks. To begin with, today we are launching a major utility feature on maarewa. It’s called ‘Edit History’. Each edit made on an eatery page will be saved and displayed on the new History page along with details like when and by whom it was made. In...
Satyam: Is there any way an entrepreneur could validate his idea before...– Read the entire interview about maarewa on Marketinomics.. marketinomics.com/entrepreneurs/avinash-maurya-interview-with-marketinomics/
Can I see it?
Told selected friends from different parts of the India - Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore In Mumbai - website is working in Dadar, but not in Thane In Hyderabad - website is working in Infosys network, but not in Deloitte’s In Bangalore - working fine. Those who can visit the website have given positive feedback. They like the idea.
www.maarewa.com and maarewa.com are both working, although only in some parts of the world, only for selected people, only for a selected time.
We are Live or not so?
After a month long struggle with the domain name bought on Rediff, there are some signs of hope. www.maarewa.com worked for me on all browsers except IE. So, WE ARE LIVE!!! (But no one can hear me yet because it seems the domain is working only for me.)
Each one counts
Went on a ride with a friend. I asked him to take me to the place he usually hangs out and eats with his friends. I thought I already knew the best eateries in Jaipur but I was pleasantly surprised when this friend of mine showed me new places to eat out. I felt that every community has its own famous Chaiwala and Paanwala. Each eatery supports a community of its own in India….like student...
Have been thinking about this idea. I don’t know what to call it though, but it looks quite interesting. When you are visiting a strange town why do you have depend on your friends or strangers to tell you where to eat? It is most likely that the person whom you asked, even though he might have been born and brought up in that city, doesn’t have the slightest clue about a nice eatery...