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On Frankaffe, Sushrut Munje documents the scope of his work responsibilities across his current projects - Eske and Art Should Tempt (a StoryVise publication).

My work at Eské and Art Should Tempt

This practice of documenting my journey has been quite beneficial, since I tend to oversee how fast some months have passed, and how sharp some turns have been – sideways and upwards. From home cleaning to real estate services, onwards to luxury retail and now a comprehensive slow living media company – it has been a journey with a plan, with intent and everything seems to falling in place – delighting me, in the process. I currently work on two projects – Eské and StoryVise (publications: Art Should Tempt and FitBroo) Read more →

On Frankaffe, Sushrut Munje shares how it feels to start another entrepreneurial venture again - post experiences at Hammer and Mop, SILA and Eské.

Stepping Out of Real Estate, and How Art Tempts

Offering a briefing on culture and design, we feature amazing individuals and places from across the globe. These are stories of courage, experimentation and creative success – a rare fulfilment that most only strive for. We underline the purpose and the individual inspiration behind the ever evolving facade of their work output. We share stories, for everyone to read on a Sunday morning. Read more →

On Frankaffe, Sushrut Munje shares a book review on Evading the Shadows - a thriller set during the Mahabharata - written by Rajesh Iyer.

Evading the Shadows – a book review

What is delightful is the author’s respect for the epic, and his empathy towards the uninitiated reader. He does play it safe, for not everyone is a believer, and it’s easier to position beings as humans, so the story adheres to the norms. The book thrills, makes you quite curious to delve into what was the battle all about, and that flame is exactly what the author intends to ignite. Read more →

Through the form of prose on Frankaffe, Sushrut Munje discusses the comfort of a gaze that's held, a drink that's shared and a bed that's cuddled on.

Affection

Share your bed, the blanket, the warmth. Shedding layers with conversations doesn’t get more real, as the two of us understand what we are, the way we are. And it’s perfectly alright, because the biases are gone, long forgotten. They exist for the outside world, not for someone you long to be wrapped around, and squeezed. Share your bed, it’s your space and not everyone’s feet look as pink in the sheets. Read more →

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