Destination Manchester ~ Zatasha Kiran

Where to eat:

1. Thyme Out – breakfast

This hidden gem provides a relaxed, casual dining experience with cosy indoor and outdoor seating. It serves fresh, innovative dishes as well as locally roasted coffee and home made desserts.

2. Alabama’s – brunch

This American style brunch location is heaven for pancake and eggs benedict lovers.

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Photo Frenzy – Interviewed by Zatasha Kiran

British born photographer, Amir Shah, studied IT at college but his passion was always photography. He started as a freelance photographer and struggled towards his ultimate ambition – creating his own company. Miraculously, four years ago he managed to fulfil this dream by setting up his very own company in Manchester by the name of AKA Creative Ltd. Currently working with his younger brother theatre director Billy Shah, AKA Creative is quite the family affair. We talk to Amir about how he got started.

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To Plan or Not to Plan – By Samir Sarfraz

The foreseeable future.

How much can you see?

What can you see?

What colour is it?

Who is there?

I can see the day. The day ahead is what i picture and capture. I see shopping bags, bin bags, handbags, phones, and i see a lot of phones. The elderly, Manchester’s former frontier that now breathe the scars of what went by back when the scuttling gangs commanded the streets leaving the Coppers coy.

My city trying to battle with nature for some early spring sunshine. This annual conflict is underscored largely by the proverbial rain.

I see faces, i see a lot of faces. Each with a story worthy of their own time. I can only talk of what I am drawn to. The hurried ones, phones plastered to ears as if it were an extension of sound.

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The Amazing Power of Dreams: A Boy with Artificial Legs Becomes A Star Player – By Annarita Tranfici

The story of Adam Donnachie has become renowned 3 years ago when some of the most famous English newspapers decided that it was worth letting their readers know how strong a very young boy can be.

Although it is not a recent story, I chose to tell it anyway because I have felt impressed by the strength of Adam’s spirit and courage. I think that, by his example, Adam was able to give to all the people who were around him a great lesson in life. To better understand its particular merit, let’s read his success story. Image and video hosting by TinyPic   Continue reading “The Amazing Power of Dreams: A Boy with Artificial Legs Becomes A Star Player – By Annarita Tranfici”

About Us

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We are a group of aspiring writers, whose main goal is to spread positive energy and leave an impact.

~ Corita Kent


Uvadahlia is an online magazine that works hard to inspire its readers to lead healthier lives in a positive mindset. We believe that spreading helpful ideas has an infinite power in bringing the best out of people. By altering perceptions, feelings, and thus actions, our readers can make better decisions in their daily lives and enjoy inner-peace and love.

Our correspondents have different religious and cultural backgrounds and as the slide-show above indicates, they also come from different regions of the world. We believe that this enriches our magazine’s content and broadens the spectrum of opinions and experiences for the good of us all.

We believe in having a fun time while we do what we are passionate about, and we are passionate about what we do.