Life in a foreign country: Things i have loved and missed about India all these years.

Wearing a Textile Gajra (Hair accessory): Check out Pure Ghee designs for amazing varieties of textile Gajras & jewelry. Mix and matched an old cotton dress with a handloom cotton dupatta from Jaypore. Silver Earrings with intricate work: Shyle by Astha   Hi everyone! First of all, a little late but Happy 72 years of Independence to our beloved country and to one another. If i could describe the word “Independence” in my words, is to be able to live my life in my own way, on my own terms, without being burdened by any unjustified social norms or preconceived notions; slow and intentional, just the way i had always wished for. It’s a privilege to have a freedom of…

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A world where you can be anything, what do “YOU” want to be?

Orange/pink Cotton saree: Mayaz Boutique (Instagram, Facebook) Bandhini cotton blouse: Jaypore (Β Cotton blouses) Tribal Hasli Necklace: Bombay Bead (Instagram, Facebook)   Hi all! Ever since this New year has begun, I have been thinking about what my first post on the blog would be. I had a list going on in my mind of all the things I am thankful for and the countless lessons i have learnt in the year 2018 but i somehow couldn’t manage to write them down! It might be because the list is too long and too personal at the same timeΒ πŸ™‚ but who knows may be i will share itΒ πŸ™‚ There are a lot of things that happened over the last one year which…

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Reviving Childhood memories: Keeping the festive spirit alive in a Foreign country.

Maroon Cotton silk saree: Mayaz Boutique (Buy it here:Β 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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Wherever you go in life, never forget your roots x PURVI LABEL

Dress from: Purvi Label Afghan choker: Neelam Design Handcuff: 7 Sister Trading Co. Shoes: H&M (Same here, here) Initially when i started drafting my thoughts about this topic onto the paper, i realized i was gonna end up writing a few pages of a book and probably end up exploding my website at the same time πŸ™‚, mostly because i can never stop talking about this topic, no matter where i go or where i live (to all those who know me personally can relate to it). The value of one’s roots or the foundation of one’s existence and every little thing (people, situations & circumstances) in life that has helped you reach the place where you are right now,…

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Balancing tradition with modernity: Redefining Rabari style

Dress:Β Ambraee Jewelry: Janpath and personal collection Footwear (Kohlapuri):Β Aparjita ToorΒ (same,Β similar,Β similarΒ ) 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.Β 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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