Diwali

One more year, one more Diwali debacle. My favourite and most feared night of the year. Well no Indian festival is complete without the amazing dressing that goes with it and Diwali is no different. So, here are some look that I sported this year which is very doable for any time of the year. Continue reading Diwali

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Dhoti style got me hooked.

When it comes to the saree, the choices are indefinite in terms of colours, fabric, pattern and what not; but we all agree when it comes to draping, we end up choosing the traditional way and that gets a little repetitive if you’re a saree lover like me, who can live in one for life; then you’ve to try all the possible draping that is taking toll over internet. Continue reading Dhoti style got me hooked.

Habits that ruin your hair

Have you ever been through that annoying situation when you go to bed with perfect hair, and then wake up with one of the worst bad hair days known to man? Why does that happen? What could possibly be happening as you sleep that turns your hair from terrific to terrible in a matter of hours? Sometimes it can be down to somethings that you do on a regular basis that you don’t even realise can be a problem for your follicles. Well, let me break it down to you.. Continue reading Habits that ruin your hair

Durga Pujo

In the heart of every bengali, there lies this strong emotion that this time of the year brings and from counting of dresses to counting of days has been a journey of childhood to adulthood, but with time it gotten only stronger. Agomoni a.k.a homecoming of Maa Durga is her five-day sojourn on earth. Last year I’d missed it, but this year I’d to save my leaves. Durga Puja attracts many visitors form all over India as well as foreign tourists, but the festival is especially popular among the people of West Bengal, its special for Bengali families to come together from all over the country and celebrate with their relatives and communities. Continue reading Durga Pujo

Fusion Fashion

Long time no see… huh? Hope you’re all doing great. I’d promised myself to be really punctual with my post but things caught up for the last couple of weeks. Well now I’m back to what I love to do with a brand new look. I’ve been wanting to try this look for the longest, was just waiting to find the perfect ensemble. As you’ve already read the caption which is self-explanatory, so I’ll just talk you through this trend and my take on it.

Fusion Fashion is one of my most favourite trend. You can experiment as you like. As per Indian weather, this time is just fine to experiment with your clothes because it’s neither too hot nor too cold which is ideal for experimentation. Fusion wear trend is here to stay and these pictures will show you how to slay the trend. Continue reading Fusion Fashion

The 90’s kid

We’re probably the last generation to have lived a life outside the social media bubble now when I think of it, I’m blessed to see the contrast. We lived in two different centuries which is awesome. 🤟🏼

Back in the time we used to take photographs on special occasion and of them who mattered and when we go for a vacation, we didn’t have the luxury of clicking random photos and taking 4-5 different angles but, that lack of luxury usually resulted in really good family photos that we cherished for years.

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Shravam

The vast Indian culture is mouthful to mention at once, it’s to live through and experience on its own. So as it’s mentioned in the topic already I’ll be elaborating it further in here, Until last year I’ve not really get to celebrate this time of the year.

In the month of Shravam, Mondays are dedicated to Lord Shiva as he is the ruling deity of the day. Hindus  fast on these somwar for success marriage and prosperity in their life. It’s believed to be a holy month dedicated to spiritual practices and religious offerings to lord Shiva.

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