Google has recently launched their Arts & Culture platform in a big way internationally. A part of its project is #SareeOnMe with Google India in which they wanted to showcase real women who wear sarees. And for me it was just overwhelming to be a part of it. The image would in the calendar to be launched in 2018 and has accomplished women from various walks of life. It has been a very humbling experience to say the least. I settled for the simplest and most inexpensive handloom saree that I have (I bought it for Rs 600 recently). I wanted to use this opportunity to prove that even in its simplest form, a handloom saree exudes elegance which is unmatched. All the pictures have been clicked by Naina Redhu. Continue Reading
I love wearing sarees, however, I’m painfully aware that I don’t experiment much. When Ritu Kumar sent me this gorgeous saree out of her new collection (click here to check out the full collection), I was excited like how but equally nervous. It’s so out of my comfort zone, how do I style a floral crop top blouse when I’m used to wearing a regular sleeveless blouse with all my sarees? But then I got quite a few compliments on how beautiful the combination looked and was asked where I picked up this saree from. Continue Reading
I love to bake, run and blog. I love meeting adventurous people as well but mostly I’m happy within my comfort zone. I run on my own most of the times, do yoga and weights at home on my own. There are things I wonder about but I’m too scared to go and try them out. In the last one year or so I have decided to face my fears. It’s not only about fears I think, I’m also most intrigued about things others are passionate about and what drives them.
So I have decided to try some of the things that either make me uncomfortable or I can’t relate to at all. I also believe that when women come together, we can create beautiful things.