Maroon Cotton silk saree: Mayaz Boutique (Buy it here: Instagram, Facebook) Bandhini cotton clouse: Jaypore (Buy it here: Cotton blouses) Tribal Necklace: Preciousyou.in   Hi everyone! First of all, wish you all a very Happy Navratri, Happy Dusshera (in advance) and all in all, Happy Festivities 😁 Isn’t this the most favorite part of the the whole year? 😊 And the busiest of course! We are already under the spell of festivals with Durga Puja & Dusshera knocking our doors and Diwali being just around the corner. This time of the year makes me exceptionally nostalgic and overwhelming by a rush of childhood memories & associations. Everything from food to decorations, and shopping sprees with mom to designing our own clothes for…

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Every time i sit down with a pen and a paper pouring my heart out into a blog post, i start questioning myself what this blog really means to me. Ever since i left home i really felt the need to share my feelings and experiences through some kind of a medium (online preferably so more & more of you could relate to it) but i wasn’t sure if this blog was a good idea to start with. It was merely an idea for a hobby that would include a few of different things i enjoy doing, like writing and photography or web designing. Every week when i sit on my couch with a journal in my hand to pen…

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🌻 🌻 🌻  “despite knowing they won’t be here for long they still choose to live their brightest lives – sunflowers”  ― Rupi Kaur, The Sun and Her Flowers   Have you ever longed for something in life so badly that out of no where, it finally happens and you have no clue how? Since last few months i have had a strong desire for visiting sunflower fields. The idea of it and constantly bumping into pictures of it on social media made it so strong in my heart that i constantly imagined myself running wild in the fields. As a flower child (a young person, especially a hippie, rejecting conventional society and wore flowers as symbols of peace and love.), sunflowers in particular, this is something I’ve been really looking…

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Dress : Ajio Sneakers: Adidas Neo (Buy it here) Vintage tribal necklace: Lost Lover Store “Enjoy the little things in life because one day you`ll look back and realize they were the big things.” ― Kurt Vonnegut   I often try to start my blog posts with either a warm “welcome” or a cool “hi again” but i feel neither of these fit with the topics i talk about, don’t you think? Usually because, i don’t write to write stuff, i write to share a true experience or a lesson learnt in life that helped me outgrow some of the real issues related to fear & anxiety and share my journey with the world hoping to brighten someone’s day with it. I…

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Dress: Ambraee Jewelry: Janpath and personal collection Footwear (Kohlapuri): Aparjita Toor (same, similar, similar ) Location: Ugrasen ki Bauli, CP, Delhi   Clad in plain black attire, covered heads, distinctly visible tattoos on arms & neck, statement jewelry pieces adorned in bronze and silver, the Rabari culture has always been fascinating to eyes.   In the region of North Gujarat, especially in the region of Kutch, one of the most interesting ethnic communities is Rabari’s. Once a nomadic people, Rabari’s follow an interesting lifestyle and customs. What fascinates me is the origin of Rabari culture dated for almost 1000 years old, has still maintained & preserved its authenticity in terms of culture, fashion and craftsmanship. The Rabari’s have roamed the deserts and plains of what is today…

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