Wednesday , 29 March 2017
Fashion Updates

I played Santa in Red with my Christmas OOTD from 9 to 9 Shopee

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“Christmas is not so much about opening presents, as opening our hearts!” The Christmas fever is on and what could be better than playing Santa myself! 😀 This Christmas eve, I played the Secret Santa not to circulate gifts, but to gift happiness. I played the Santa for my friends by re-uniting them after years and spreading happiness and cheer. We celebrated Christmas in my hometown with my school buddies at PNM Mall, Patna. And what else could I need ... Read More »

My Little Girl Turned into a Saree Clad Lady and I Cried Again

graduation ceremony Anindhya Notre Dame Academy

17th December 2016 — for me it was a day to be cherished forever. My clumsy little baby Anindhya turned into a graceful lady, as I wrapped the first saree of her life around her. Finally, she has  graduated from the prestigious institution Notre Dame Academy and I’m left with thousands of emotions, feelings, memories and experiences. Exactly 8 years back, Maitreni graduated from the same school and on that day, I made her wear a white saree (though it ... Read More »

Tips to Stay Healthy in an office job: An A to Z outlook

office health tips

Hectic! Isn’t it? I mean your work schedule! Waking up early in the morning, travelling to your workplace, sitting 9 to 5 on your desk, coping up with the stressful atmosphere, meeting up with your own expectations, dealing with peer pressure, handling colleagues’ mood swings and boss’s anger…. huff huff! What to do after a grueling day at work? Definitely, you are all drained out an exhausted and the comfort zone of your home turns out to be inferno if ... Read More »

Vivo V5: The Perfect Setting to Click the Perfect Selfies

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Christmas is round the corner and festivities have started knocking our doors with gaiety in galore. It’s time to fulfill your wish-lists, pamper yourself and enjoy like never before. What else better you can do than to invest in quality gadgets to suit your needs and add to the festive fervor. Vivo V5 is such Smartphone for all the selfie lovers out there who love to click selfies without even compromising on picture quality that too, with competitive specifications and ... Read More »

Handmade Costume Dolls: Craftsmanship meets Art

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Who says only kids play with dolls? 😉 We, at The Style Symphony believe that dolls are the expressions of a woman’s intrinsic desire to look and feel beautiful, being loved and adored. We have done a post on Russian Matryoshka dolls in the past, and today, we bring across India’s very own art of ‘costume dolls’. These handmade dolls are quite rare to find these days and are the revival of the dying art that represents the diversity of India. The ... Read More »

Safe from Words: Haiku Poem

Safe from words: haiku poem

If my words could blaze, Would I need fire to burn trash from existence If my tears could stain Would I need ink to write tale of fathomless pain If my sigh could sing Would I need symphonies to tune dissonant souls If my curse could kill Would I need benedictions or better be safe Its better be safe and burn the litter of life before it’s too late. — Sangeeta Mishra Shared with Haiku Horizons, Prompt: ‘safe’ A Haiku is a ... Read More »

Reason to Celebrate: Haiku

Christmas carols haiku

~ Haiku ~                                                                    ~ Haiku ~ If Christmas calls for carols and cookies, I need none to celebrate. — Sangeeta Mishra Shared with Haiku Horizons, Prompt: ‘celebrate’ A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines of ‘five’, ‘seven’, and ‘five’, which evokes natural ... Read More »

Hexa Experience Center: Next Level Drive in Delhi NCR

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After my #HexaExperience in Hyderabad in association with Indiblogger powered by Tata Motors, here I received another amazing opportunity by the Indi team to attend ‘Tata Hexa Experience Center’ in Gurugram (EO Huda Gurgaon II, Sector 29) organized between 25-27th Nov. Tata is beating all blues with its upcoming crossover, the oh-so-classy lifestyle vehicle– The Beast, Tata Hexa. The day promised an off-road track, entertainment, shopping, a kids’ play area, refreshments and a gamut of activities under one roof which was ... Read More »

Our Pricey Politicians— A Clerihew Poems Collection

clerihew poem the style symphony

Today, I came across a trending hashtag on twitter #BandBajaoNetasKi which was about making fun of our politicians, or roasting them. It brought a smile on my face. Sometimes back, I learnt about a similar genre of English poetry named Clerihew Poem, which is written in the very same manner. “A Clerihew is a playful, four-line biographical poem which talks about a famous personality poking fun at him/her. The first line ends with the name of the person, and the second ... Read More »

Dear Zindagi Movie Review: Brace Life Nil Desperandum

dear zindagi movie review 2016

As they say, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade”— the proverb couldn’t get a better elucidation than what’s the sheer reflection of the 25th November release Dear Zindagi by Gauri Shinde, Red Chillies Entertainment and Dharma Production. Everyone stumbles upon combating complexities at some point or the other in their lives. But if mentored by a chaperone, the sublime safari of survival leads to the supreme salvation of soul. Such is the magnanimity of SRK’s performance in the movie which ... Read More »

Shiva: Haiku

Lord Shiva painting the style symphony haiku

This week’s Haiku Horizon‘s given prompt DRINK reminded me of the supreme God, Lord Shiva, the destroyer, drinking the lethal poison. My Haiku portrays the ethos of Hindu Mythology which depicts that death is inevitable and essential. The picture I’m sharing along with my Haiku here is named ‘Rudra’ which is painted by my sister Vineeta Mishra. ~ Haiku ~                                           ... Read More »

Queue in Chaos: Haiku

bank row haiku

India, today, is currently going through one of it’s biggest demonetization ever. There are many pros and cons we have faced because of this historic event. But, apart from all the disorder and mad rush (in front of the banks and ATMs during currency exchange), one noticeable thing I have evidenced, is the implied discipline that has overpowered the mob psychology. Despite all the chaos, there was a queue which was naturally implemented rather than being indoctrinated. My Haiku portrays ... Read More »

Online Cakes and Flowers: Gifting made easy with Myfloralkart

Any occasion big or small, is all about celebrations with your loved ones. Be it birthdays or anniversaries, weddings or festivals, we love to celebrate every occasion with a heart to gift and a gift of love. Thus, all occasions are incomplete without gifts for your near and dear ones. And Myfloralkart wouldn’t cease to amaze you with the plethora of surprises it has to offer to make every celebration way too special. 🙂 In the daily dilemmas of mundane ... Read More »

9to9 shopee: Buy quality products at pocket-friendly online shop

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To all our shopaholic Symphonites out there, today we are going to exclusively cover an emerging startup brand, 9to9 shopee; that is deemed to make a mark in the e-commerce marketplace. You would actually be stumped to see what they have in store for you all in the era of online shopping. Tagline: SHOPPING KA NAYA TREND Brand Claim: WE VALUE YOUR BUDGET  About 9to9 shopee:           Started in 2015, 9to9 shopee is a one-stop shop e-gift store that aims ... Read More »

Choose to be you: Haiku

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~ Haiku ~                                                             ~ Haiku ~  Cuckoo’s life bartered with a crow hatch-ling, but she chose to chirp ‘cuck-oo’! — Sangeeta Mishra Shared with Haiku Horizons: prompt, ‘choose’ A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines of ‘five’, ‘seven’, and ‘five’, which evokes natural images.   Read More »