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There’s more to the Fashion week than just the fashionable clothes and models walking the ramp for a few minutes..  It takes hard work of hundreds of people to bring the designer clothes to life !  My first backstage coverage at the fashion week… a million stories to share… and zillions of stories I missed.. […]

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Shivangi & Varun have been dating for over 7 years.. everyone had just been waiting for the moment when they tied the knot.. friends and family flew from all over the world to be a part of the celebrations and the only thing that the couple focused upon was a simple wedding where everyone could have max fun. And needless to say they did!

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Sexual abuse is a really strong crime against children. At young age, they need to be educated so they can protect themselves. Most importantly, this book highlights the essential point that no matter what happens, it is not the kid’s fault.

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Keeping it Simple When I discussed the shoot details with Shweghna, the idea was simple – to present how a simple look can be made trendy. Visit : Trendy Mannequin http://www.trendymannequin.com/ for details behind this dress. Here is the post link : Post Photography : Megha Jain (Sunflare Arthouse)

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A friend has recently launched her Summer Resort Collection and it was really interesting to do a photoshoot for her.. ! Check out her collection at ARTiara and If you love accessories ‘Like’ FashionCrafts at ARTiara I am very excited to see the entire collection and looking forward to add some fresh styles to my […]

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Once you visit Vrindavan during Holi, well then there can never be just once. I first visited Vrindavan last year and took in all that the place had to offer with a lot of caution. This time around I was much relaxed, much prepared and eager to discover more! I have been twice more between […]

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The idea behind Happy Hands Foundation’s project – Trash Bash was simple : The Hauz Khas Village monument is most frequented during winters – and then one afternoon, we saw something which disturbed us immensely. People ate, people drank, people smoked – and let the monument keep memorabilia of their indulgence – in bulk! We […]

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My first visit to Vrindavan was a couple of days before Holi. The celebrations for Holi in the land of Banke Bihari goes on for weeks. Even though I can’t really tell you what happens when – Since that is a story for another post, I can definitely ensure that you will come back with […]

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