• Fashion

    Ethnically Diverse- Navratri Outfit #1

    The festive season is upon us and if you’re someone like me who loves to go out and play garba-dandiya but struggling with what to wear? Read to know more. In India, each state celebrates Navratri in its way. I will be doing a series of four posts depicting Gujarat, Rajasthan, Telangana and Kolkata. Since most of you know, I have been to Kolkata recently and inspired by its love for Durga Pooja which is celebrated in all its glory. I decided to incorporate the colours and nitty-gritty of Bengali women dressing into my wardrobe and come up with a new outfit for dandiya nights. We all know that Bengali women…

  • Travel

    #SoMyTravels To Calcutta Day 3&4

    Contd. After an eventful day two, we headed back home where I was pleasantly surprised by my friends at the stroke of midnight. It was the best birthday! The last two days gave the city a gloomy tinge, but it did not hinder our plans. But my birthday morning the clouds cleared up, and it was indeed a beautiful day. DAY 3- My Birthday! Howrah Station and Bridge- The birthday morning we got up early to visit the famous Rabindra Setu also known as the Howrah Bridge. Calcutta is known for a lot of things; trams, yellow taxis, street food but nothing can beat the magnificent structure of the bridge.…

  • Travel

    #SoMyTravels To Calcutta Day 1 & 2

    This year Meghalika and I decided to visit the city of joy-Kolkata for my birthday. For this blog post sake let’s call it Calcutta, don’t you think it has a certain old charm to it? We visited the city for a mere four days and it was not enough to engulf all the quirkiness of the city. For the people who haven’t visited Calcutta earlier I hope with this blog I can give you some insights. DAY 1- Arrive at Calcutta We reached in the morning around 9 a.m and quickly went over to my school friend’s apartment who is a local there and was our accommodation for the next…