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These Celebrities in Handloom Sarees Totally Stole The Limelight!

Handlooms and India are synonymous when it comes to ethnicity and heritage. Handlooms continue to be relevant in the fashion front even after its origin years ago simply because it is a way of life in our country. You can also say that it is India’s cult lifestyle brand poised to enter the global fashion forum… Continue reading These Celebrities in Handloom Sarees Totally Stole The Limelight!

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In conversation with Ms. Hanspriya

Beauty with brains is the notion we all idolize. We believe to have an opportunity to interact with one such personality, Ms. Hanspriya. Hansapriya, the winner of Mrs. India Telangana 2020, is an IT professional & Yoga coach (by Passion). "Being a daughter of Odisha, my motherland stays close to my heart always although it's been… Continue reading In conversation with Ms. Hanspriya

Featured · Indian Ethnic Wear

Five must have sarees in your wedding trousseau

India is blessed to have a culturally bright tradition which keep marriage season on throughout the year. With friends and families making a wedding special for both bride and groom, it’s a happy feeling everywhere. A marriage gets finalised and you find the whole group of friends and sisters, aunts and everyone around, wanting to… Continue reading Five must have sarees in your wedding trousseau

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Wedding series

The Indian Wedding rituals span over several ‘rasmo-rivaaz’, each having a significance of its own. From Haldi ceremony to Sangeet, then the wedding day and finally Reception celebrations are all important occasions to rejoice and enjoy. Let us take a quick peek into these rituals and their connotations. Haldi – Traditionally, a paste of Haldi… Continue reading Wedding series

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Everything you need to know about a Madhubani Saree.

Madhubani art is a form of folk art popular in the region of Mithila, which extends from Bihar upto Nepal. Mithila paintings are painted on the walls of this region using natural dyes and colors like indigo, myrabolan, turmeric and twigs or fingers instead of brushes. This art is said to be originated  in Ramayana… Continue reading Everything you need to know about a Madhubani Saree.

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Rajasthani traditions in abundance – Camel Fair of Pushkar

The traditional Indian festival of the annual Camel Fair at Pushkar has surpassed the original intention to attract camel traders to now become a major tourist attraction. It is a fascinating sight to see thousands of camels converge on the tiny desert town of Pushkar and witness the cultural festivities that are a part of… Continue reading Rajasthani traditions in abundance – Camel Fair of Pushkar