If we care enough about our next generation and their right to enjoy their rich legacy of taste, we need to share our experiences and values we have derived from our favorite eateries in our own, little Indias.
Maarewa is a platform that lets people exactly do that. By providing people a place to share and talk about eateries from every corner of India, Maarewa hopes to curate all kinds of eateries that are culturally linked to a specific region, locality, ethnicity or traditional production practice. —
We thank Venkataraman a.k.a. Venky for featuring maarewa on his blog, Venkinesis.
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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.
New smileys on the block.
Happy Holi 2012!!
Satyam: Is there any way an entrepreneur could validate his idea before starting? Most are afraid they will fail so they never start.
Avinash: Really good question, Satyam! I believe, the bigger the failure more is the learning. So, as soon as you have your own validation of the idea, the best way forward would be to give it shape. Execute it and do not wait for a perfect moment. While maa rewa was shaping up, I asked Jimmy Wales on twitter, how many articles did wikipedia have on its day one. He replied, “None. Wikipedia went live as soon as the software was ready.” That answers so many questions, doesn’t it? —
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“Benares is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend, and looks twice as old as all of them put together.” - Mark Twain
maa rewa focuses on Varanasi during Maha Shivratri. Expect an influx of new eateries from the region!