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Saloni recommended Rajasthani folk music for the post- so here is one of our favorites – the Kesariya Balam. I love Gulabo because they are different. They follow their own heart and create designs which are traditional yet contemporary. PITR favorites will always be their Anarkalis . From pastel  soft block printed cottons to more ornate festive wear – Gulabo has something for everyone. Obviously the name had to be Gulabo, because it’s a pink…

Swathy founder of Bhang is an adventure seeker , traveler , impulsive , loves Thai food and has terrible OCD ( or so she says 😉 before we take you into the Sari wonderland here is some music to listen to enjoy along  Bhang “I read a lot – from books to comic books to magazines, I really love magazines, I spent a lot of time in various cities because my dad changed jobs a…

This DIY will help you play around with the t-light in more creative ways . Materials you will need : You will already have most of this material at home. Small T-light candles fresh flowers – pick your favorites more the merrier Wine glasses ( yes ! ). You can even use normal drinking water glasses . Chai glasses ( which are used for serving tea in roadside Tea stalls , they usually cost 2-…

Karvachauth is a big festival in northern India where women fast for good health and long life of their husbands. Before you go through the following pictures , make this festival a special day to celebrate the love between husband and wife , if you feel this festival has old customs which don’t make sense to you then don’t follow them , let this not be another day where husbands are made to feel superior…

Tomorrow  is Vijaydashmi when the good wins over evil. The day of victory – It brings home the message of how to being in reverence and gratitude towards everything that matters in our lives leads to success and victory. This is also the perfect time for us to share a wonderful and a very meaningful GIVEAWAY with our readers THE GRATITUDE JAR Are you interested in creating a culture of gratitude in your family? The…

My fondest memories of Eid from my childhood days is standing on my bed ( I was probably only 2 feet tall then)  and hugging my mum like they would show Muslims hugging each other at Jama Masjid on all news channels. I found some quick art activities for kids to try out to celebrate the joyous festival. Eid Silhouette Picture Lolly Stick Star   Making the prayer mat  Wishing you a fantastic festival…