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Maxim India March 2017

Indian Edition of the World´s leading men’s lifestyle magazine. Maxim is a guy´s go-to guide for everything that interests them, and arms them with tools to live a better life, and have more fun doing so!

Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Burda Media India Private Limited
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contributors

GLENN O’BRIEN A legendary editor and journalist, Glenn is currently Editor-at-Large at Maxim’s US edition. He is an icon in the publishing world and renowned for his columns BEAT for Interview, The Style Guy for GQ and Like Art for Artfourm. He is also the author of the bestseller How to Be a Man. He’s the host of the talk show, Tea at the Beatrice with Glenn O’Brien, and one of the most trustworthy advisers a man can hope for. ARJUN MARK Arjun is one of the most creative photographers of his generation. He has been awarded and chosen as Luerzer’s Archive’s 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide, Volume 2012/13. Arjun’s body of work includes portraits and commercial assignments with numerous distinguished personalities like Sachin Tendulkar, M.S. Dhoni, Rishi Kapoor, and Alia Bhatt, among…

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limited edition domiracer

THE VINTAGE MOTORCYCLE ISN’T JUST A PIECE OF MACHINERY; IT’S A PIECE OF ART. The Guggenheim Museum made that official: It once had an exhibit, called “The Art of the Motorcycle,” that celebrated classic motorcycles as some of the finest examples of functional artwork ever created. Today bike enthusiasts grumble: Why can’t we have new bikes that look as good as those classic café racers? Norton Motorcycles Ltd. has heard us. And the legendary company is building new editions of one of its most heralded models, the Dominator. Norton was once known for its Manx 500-cc single-cylinder race bike—but by 1961, chief engineer Doug Hele recognised that it would need more power to stay competitive. He built a race bike based on the company’s Dominator 650-cc twin-cylinder street bike that was dubbed…

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forever on vacation

#ForeverOnVacation is my motto, the way I see life, and I share a lot of what inspires me on social media through my hashtag. For me, the ultimate luxury is enjoying what I do. I firmly believe you should only do what you love. Work should be fun! They say when you do what you love, you don’t really ever work a day in your life. Here are a few of the things that I think can make everyday life more pleasant. Ultimately, when you do what you love, you’re Forever on Vacation! “Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” —Steve Jobs I’m grateful to Steve Jobs for my iPhone and laptop, but as…

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black jacked

WHEN THE GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCED THE demonetisation of all 500 and 1,000 notes in November 2016, it said it was doing so for two reasons—it wanted to eliminate counterfeit currency used by terrorists and smugglers, and it wanted to destroy the black economy by forcing the ‘de-hoarding’ of cash held by those generating black income. The objectives of the government were laudable, but it seems as though the scheme was imposed on the country with little or no forethought. First, it must be understood that the black money the government was targeting is only about 1 percent of the black wealth held in the country and only 3.5 percent of the black income generated in 2016. Even if the government managed to suck out all the black cash in circulation, it would…

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the gentleman’s self-stuffers

A NEW AGE OF ILLITERACY HAS OVERTAKEN us. It’s hardly surprising, as reading has been losing favour with audiences for decades, first to radio, then television, then supertelevision—i.e., cable with hundreds of choices—and now the infinity of the internet. It might be argued to the contrary—that the internet has made us superliterate by putting vast troves of information at our fingertips—but let’s be accurate: It is a wealth of information, but it isn’t organised. There is no curriculum. There are no guides. You’re on your own in that data jungle. To learn, to be polished, to acquire culture is still best achieved through books. And even if you don’t read them, books will impress those you encounter. Chances are, visitors to a book-crammed home will assume that they have stumbled upon a sophisticated…

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console ready

STEEP (PS4, XBO, PC) It’s been way too long since the last great extreme sports game and Steep satiates that thirst big-time. Gifted an open world mountain range, you can simply cruise for secret spots and epic runs—with or without friends in the seamless drop-in/drop-out multiplayer—or compete in specific challenges. The four sports—snowboarding, skiing, paragliding and wingsuit—take a bit to master, but it feels great when you get the hang of it, and the game looks incredible. THE LAST GUARDIAN (PS4) The team behind the emotionally charged adventures Shadow of the Colossus and ICO finally returns with another contemplative piece of art. You play as a young kidnapped boy, trapped in a ruined castle with a huge griffin-like beast called Trico. You must find a way to bond with this creature and convince…

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