When you catch up with friends wearing Indian finery, for lots of gupshup and a little bit of taash, you know Diwali has arrived. This weekend we had a few friends over for a Diwali party which means I finally
Ganpati is always an exciting time, but this year I have been looking forward to it twice as much. Mostly because our last year’s Ganpati decoration post has been so well received. It is the third highest performing post of
It’s vacation time, and we’re finally back from a much needed break… not that I’ve ever heard of any other kind of break!
The story of this table setting post starts with these beauties.
I have reason to smile, because it’s been 6 months since I started blogging. Unbelievable! I feel like I just started. I remember grappling with, among other things, what I should call my blog.
The first Monday of 2017 and I’m sitting at the computer and raring to go. The sun rose the same way it does every morning… but I didn’t! I numbered this day, gave it the significance of a New Year,
I have lived in Mumbai most of my life, and this is (quite literally) what I see when I look out of the window… High rises, mostly in fading whites, creams and beiges… or buildings under construction, all in grey.
I had gone for a short holiday to Mauritius with hubby and came across this amazing wood sculpture.