Life is busy and time is scarce. There is perhaps this one fact that all parties, factions and groups agree upon, irrespective of their allegiance, political, social or ethic. Women … Continue Reading When in doubt..Accessorize!!!
The Saree has its origins going as far back as the Indus Valley Civilization, 2800-1800 B.C. It captivates with charm to enhance the enigma of the Indian woman. Draped in … Continue Reading Revel in the Folds of Timeless Tradition
In an Indian historical context of Princely States, the epitome of social grace and elegance has been Maharani Gayatri Devi and the women of the Princely States of Rajasthan and Gwalior. … Continue Reading Grace and Elegance: The Chiffon Saree
Endless miles of pale, hot sands, no leaf or bloom in sight, no spring blossoms nor autumnal fall, yet the soul of the desert people of Rajasthan, in Northern Indian, … Continue Reading Jaipur Blue Pottery; Flowers from Desert Sands
Food! Indians since the beginning of time have eaten with their fingers and not cutlery or chopsticks or any intermediary! The contact has always been immediate and absolute. Food is … Continue Reading The Indian Affair:Turmeric and Spice
Thanksgiving is a great tradition and one that has significance to all mankind and is celebrated in various forms world over. At the heart of all human celebration is the … Continue Reading Thanksgiving!
Sringara Rasa – Informative & researched article on Sringara Rasa from Indianetzone, the largest free encyclopedia on India. In the human cave-days, humankind adorned with bones, feathers, stones, sprigs and … Continue Reading Shringaar Ras; A Celebration of Love
The single most comfortable and yet fit for all times, casual and formal and yes, that new catheter called “ethnic”, is unquestionably the skirt. Short, medium or long the skirt … Continue Reading Of Swirls and Twirls; Skirting the Tissue.
Sheaves of Wheat, Bouquets of vibrant Corn, Plump Pumpkins and the Evergreen Sprigs and Layered robust Pine…all these make for a fine setting at Thanksgiving, the tradition celebrated post-harvest in … Continue Reading Fathers and Daughters; A Dowry for Life