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Diwali- The festival of diyas and sparklers

Diwali has always been a saga of extravagance. Lot of sweets, lot of crackers to burn, new clothes for everyone, gifts exchanging with friends and family and fun unlimited is how we see a Diwali bash. With changing times, the focus on celebration has switched to more of brandishing one’s abilities and boastfully displaying money… Continue reading Diwali- The festival of diyas and sparklers

Dupattas · Festivals · Jewelry · Sarees

KARVA CHAUTH – The festival of moon, bangles and beauty.

“ Ve Veero Kuriye Karwara, Ve Sarv Suhagan Karwara” For an Indian woman, the celebration of togetherness as a married couple is the greatest festive occasion of the year. Karva Chauth is observed by women, especially of the North West India, for the longevity and wellness of their husband. The grand celebration requires the women… Continue reading KARVA CHAUTH – The festival of moon, bangles and beauty.

Art & Craft of India · Festivals · Indian Ethnic Wear

Sukhī durgā pujō

The festival of Durga Puja which reveres and pays homage to Goddess Durga is predominantly celebrated in the eastern part of the country. The ten days festival which culminates on Dussehra is marked by scripture recitations, revelry, gift exchanging, family visits, feasting and visiting Pandals. As per mythology, the festival marks the victory of Goddess… Continue reading Sukhī durgā pujō

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Celebrate Gandhi Jayanti with Baapu’s Favourite – Handloom

Gandhiji was much more of an icon than just a freedom fighter. In his relentless pursuit for national freedom, he made sure that we were free of dependence on others too. A bid to make one self – sufficient and self – providers, he expounded his views on handloom and practiced in himself. He also… Continue reading Celebrate Gandhi Jayanti with Baapu’s Favourite – Handloom