“Let us forgive each other - only then will we live in peace.” Leo Tolstoy. Forgiveness is an act of the divine. But it is all the more noble to ask for forgiveness, to accept one’s misdemeanor or seek pardon. If each one of us could save the fortitude to say sorry, won’t the world… Continue reading Micchami Dukkadam
“Jewellery is like the perfect spice- it always complements what’s already there. Ethnic jewellery has the power to transform a simple outfit to sophisticate and a festive outfit to glamorous, in an instant. These days, traditional charm of antique pieces are back to wow women of all age groups. One may spot a college-goer sporting… Continue reading Jewelry: A woman’s most precious adornment.
The season of rains and the slight chill in the morning-evening air ushers in the ambience of Krishna Janmashtami. It is a festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu. Observed on the eighth day (Ashtami) of the Krishna Paksha of the month of Bhadrapad, this day holds a… Continue reading Welcome Balgopala in Luxurion Style
In the fast-paced world of today, there is a hurry for everything. Hurry to get ready, hurry to leave for office, hurry to eat et all. To be in sync with the changing world is always a pragmatic solution. Therefore, the designers and the fashion community know the stress to provide prêt collection. Prêt… Continue reading The luxury of Pret Collection at Luxurion World
Our country boasts of a rich cultural heritage by housing people of different religious belief, practices, and sect. One such lively community are those of Parsis. The Parsis in India are descendants of those who when humiliated in their homeland in Persia due to their separate religious identity were given refuge in India. Keeping their… Continue reading Pateti Mubarak.
This year on 15th Aug, India celebrates two auspicious events together. The 73rd Independence Day also, Raksha Bandhan. Even though the existence of our country dates back to the earliest civilizations in the history of mankind; it was in 1947 that we were finally able to break the shackles of foreign rule. Old is definitely… Continue reading 15 August-Country celebrates brotherhood.
Many of us know about the Eid-Ul-Adha as Bakri Eid, also known for animal sacrifice. Apparently, there are other lesser-known facts about Bakri-Eid, which haven't been acknowledged well. Eid-Ul-Adha ie. Bakri Eid is a festival of sacrifice, particular the dearest one. (Virtue of Sacrifice) It is the festival that upholds God's command, over and above… Continue reading Lesser-known facts about Bakri Eid.
Whenever we think of Handloom, we get a picture of countless artisans working endlessly to be a part of the largest cottage industry of our country. It is the relentless pursuit of these craftsmen to not only compete with the machine loom but also better it in every way. This Handloom Day they all deserve… Continue reading Handloom – the weaves of India