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Men Style: How to team your watch with your outfits

perky party wear men style

If style is timeless then men style surely speaks up classic appeal to that unfading fad of fashion. In fact it’s only men style that has survived against the transience of trends or else its women’s fashion that changes with every single blow of breeze. We have seen Al Pachino and Pierce Brosnan wearing the similar tuxedos Leonardo Dicaprio wears today; and facsimiles of Devanand’s killer black suits adding oomph to Shahrukh Khan even today. Does this style quotient makes ... Read More »

Filme Fashion, Lajpat Nagar: Fashion Fundas of a Femme Fatale!

Filme Fashion logo

“Let me explore the real fashion here, as what I need to be in-trend is, by blindly following trends. But I, rather, want, is to be myself, feel comfortable in what I adorn and let my aura reveal through my personal choice of clothing.” I am a simple dresser, but love the finery of life, all things beautiful around. And I found all what I needed recently, in a store at Lajpat Nagar, Delhi, named Filme Fashion. Filme Fashion is ... Read More »

If Sholay was made in 2016: A quirky take by TSS! 🎬

Sholay 2016 by The Style Symphony

This blog post is one of the top 4 winning posts in Blogmint’s contest sponsored by  One of the most successful films from the history of Indian Cinema, Sholay is considered a landmark flick! It has made many records and grabbed many prestigious awards as well. Sholay ran continuously for more than 5 years in Minerva theatre, Bombay. It was ranked first amidst all the Hindi movies till date by British film institute for a poll of ‘Top 10 ... Read More »

PronGo Bags by PLUSS: A new way to carry your vaccines and medicines

PronGo bags by PLUSS

My sister had to undergo a fatal surgery while she visited a remote place. She didn’€™t have time to be shifted to a well-equipped hospital in a nearby city. She had been operated with fewer facilities, thanks to the medical help provided by a noted hospital which urgently sent all the necessary medicines, vaccines and blood bags for emergency transfusion. But sadly, many of them got corrupted due to extreme hot temperature and humid atmosphere. Though the hospital took all ... Read More »

The Conquest: Haiku

climb palm tree

~ Haiku ~                                                                       ~ Haiku ~ On the tree, rising against howling gales, What capricious climb! Conquering palm tree, Either to climb or to die, Vehemence to live. — Sangeeta Mishra Shared with: Haiku Horizons, Prompt: ‘Climb’ A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen ... Read More »

Canara Bank HSBC OBC ULIP: Plan the uncertain

canara HSBC OBC ulip Plan

Life is uncertain. No matter how much we systemize, synchronize and arrange it, we should always be prepared to welcome unwanted, unwilling. “Uncertainty doesn’t make life worth living, quite, but it does make striving and gambling worth attempting”— rightly said by Walter Kirn. But, a wise person always substitutes ‘striving and gambling’ as ‘saving and planning’. Being rational species, we always save our last bite for the next meal unlike animals. An animal overeat its food and throws the left-over ... Read More »

Anindhya’s Special Birthday Bash with Myfloralkart! 🎂

Anindhya birthday

19th August is one of the most special days of my life. It’s the birthday of my little one, Anindhya and like every year, this was made remarkable too by a close-knit family party. It was Anindhya’s 17th birthday, and she wanted it to be private yet memorable. A week before her day, she expressed her desire with me that this one might be her last birthday with family as she will move towards another city next year for higher ... Read More »

Happy Birthday to my not-so-grown-up baby Anindhya

happy birthday Anindhya haiku

Yesterday, 19th August, was the 17th birthday of my younger daughter Anindhya. Through this Haiku poem, I am extending my heartfelt birthday wishes to her. The prettiest lass Who possesses a bright mind, and is deemed to shine. The bluestocking belle Flourishes by leaps and bounds, yet remains fragile. Her dauntless spirit, Which aims to touch skies, but she stays docile. Happy birthday to Anindhya, afar censure, with the cutest smile. When she was born, I felt contented as a ... Read More »

Coolpad Mega Phone & Rakshabandhan Gift Options for my brother!

I was super busy since last few days preparing for Raksha Bandhan celebrations but was superbly anxious as well. This week started with festivities in the air, with Monday, 15th of August being the 70th Independence Day for we, the Indians. But for me, it was a day when I doubled the celebrations by inaugurating my new Coolpad Mega Phone. I enjoyed my freedom from my old phone to the core with my new Coolpad Mega, celebrating the Independence Day ... Read More »

Ethereal Prance: Haiku

raindrops haiku

via GIPHY ~ Haiku ~                                                                  ~ Haiku ~ Over the rooftop, Beads of VIBGYOR, jumping on, Raindrops fluttering Raindrops fluttering, As pearls from a broken string, Jumping on the floor! — Sangeeta Mishra Shared with : Haiku Horizons, Prompt: ‘Jump’ A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen ... Read More »

Help the Cyclist without arms to raise funds for participating in Asian Para-Cycling Championship 2017

athlete Jagwinder Singh

migme is raising funds on its social entertainment platform for Super Singh This is the story of an athlete who didn’t let any obstacle get in the way of his dream! He left no stone unturned to cross all impediments and emerge as a winner. He was born without hands, but, his fascination for cycling started when he saw his sister cycling in front of him as a child. Despite his family warning him not to cycle, he still went ... Read More »

70th Independence Day Celebrations with Coolpad Mega Phone!

Independence Day Celebrations with Coolpad Mega Phone

On this 15th August, we commemorated our 70th Independence Day, and it’s indeed the proudest moment for we, the Indians. I celebrated the day to the core with optimum zeal and fervor for many reasons. The first and foremost being it’s a remarkable day, as we have completed 7 decades of being free of all fears. But the second reason is also the similar, yet personal as, I have set myself free of all fears when it comes to my ... Read More »

Fly High #IndependenceDay : Haiku

fly high independence day haiku

~ Haiku ~                                                                 ~ Haiku ~  Saffron,white and green, Invigorating spirits, Fly towards zenith! Colors of freedom Coalesced with each other, Divine unison! — Sangeeta Mishra ~ Happy Independence Day ~ A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines of ‘five’, ‘seven’, and ‘five’, ... Read More »

The Story of A Suicide: The Void beneath the Complex Mind

The Story of A Suicide

This post won first prize in Indiblogger’s  Book Review/ Indichange contest sponsored by Nalandaway! They ended their lives and I wondered why? When I was a kid, I witnessed two women committing suicide under my vicinity. One of them, my neighbor’s wife, simply ended her life because of the embarrassment she felt out of her in-laws making fun of her. She was being blamed for wooing her husband and distracting him of his studies. Embarrassed, ashamed and distressed, the new ... Read More »

Zee Classic to premiere ‘Gandhi’ on 13th Aug, 8 PM & on Monday, 15th Aug, 9:30 AM

zee classic

With its proposition of ‘Woh Zamaana Kare Deewana’, Zee Classic is India’s only Hindi movie channel that endeavors to recreate the magic of iconic classics and new age cinema by showcasing not just the films that shaped Indian cinema but also acquaint viewers with the creative talent who were a part of that timeless era. In order to mark the occasion of India’s 70th year of independence, Zee Classic premieres One of the most iconic films of all times, Gandhi ... Read More »

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