Happy New Year, guys! It’s that time of the year and I can’t believe I’m already writing this post again. It feels like I just wrote one for last year. So let us give a warm welcome to 2019 with
I think food plays a very important part in any get together. The sharing of conversation and laughs over a delicious meal goes a long way in making memories. And for me, creating a beautiful setting for such beautiful moments
We have some really yummilicious and super quick Diwali sweet recipes for you today. And as with a lot of our blog posts, there’s a story behind this too.
Diwali is round the corner again and I have been trying to come up with some new Diwali decor ideas for my home this year. Now I do realise that ‘new’ doesn’t necessarily mean ‘never done before’. It usually means
Happy New Year all, and welcome 2018! Today, we have the top 5 posts of 2017. Posts that you guys really loved, shared, read and re-read!
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
A couple of months back I saw these beautiful glass lanterns with pretty mehendi designs on Pinterest. It was love at first sight and I knew I had to try and make these for myself. With Diwali approaching I realised
Diwali is around the corner and we are all spring-cleaning our homes, thinking of gifts and clothes.. and some new Diwali decoration ideas for our homes. So this post is not about diyas and rangoli.
I was at a family wedding this weekend. Weddings are always fun and I had a great time catching up with family, gorging on yummylicious food and with all the gaana-bajaana and mazaa-masti associated with weddings.