Sania Aiman | The Daily Star
  • Sania Aiman

  • A taste of Indonesia at Pan Pacific Sonargaon

    There is perhaps no better way to represent a country and its culture than its food— a cuisine created by the amalgamation of centuries of civilisation and the influences that shaped the nation.
  • A taste of rural Bengal at Rajshahi’s Varendra Resort

    Every few days, people like us living in the concrete cities, especially Dhaka, are susceptible to fatigue relating to city living.

    One of my fondest memories consists of three days spent camping with my friends, in the large field behind my school. Messing around with the tents until someone who knew their business set it up for us, making “gadgets” out of driftwood or tree branches, the “freezer”
  • Monsoon predicaments

    Intermittent rain, the preceding humidity, and the scorching sun combination common to monsoon days is a recipe that often makes for the spread of the common cold, flu, and also fever. Annoying and painful normally, these can become serious if not taken care of.
  • The scent of rain

    The breeze that heralds rain has a different smell —a rich soothing aroma, instantly evocative of wet earth, and unbridled joy of feeling the first drops of much anticipated rain, cooling droplets cutting the dominance of a blazing sun, or increasing the mystique of a pitch black silent night.