RAKHI TALES: Story 4

RAKHI TALES: Story 4

And here we are with our 4th Mythological Rakhi tale. Read the story and enjoy our take on it via our photo shoot enacting the whole version! This blog is about the tale of Roxana and King Parus. Go ahead… Related Post RAKHI TALES: Story 3 RAKHI TALES: Story 2

RAKHI TALES: Story 3

RAKHI TALES: Story 3

The next story is about the famous Indian river ‘Yamuna’ and the Lord of Death ‘Yama’. Read ahead and explore what is the hidden tale of Rakhi in this version. Related Post RAKHI TALES: Story 2 RAKHI TALES: Story 4

RAKHI TALES: Story 2

RAKHI TALES: Story 2

In this blog we will continue telling you another Indian Mythological story which signify the beginning of our dear festival – Rakhi. This story is of Rani Karnavati & Emperor Humayun. Enjoy the story-telling along with our imaginative photo shoot adaptation! Related Post RAKHI TALES: Story 3 RAKHI TALES: Story 4

RAKHI TALES: Story 1

RAKHI TALES: Story 1

Have you ever thought from where the festival of Rakhi has emerged? Who tied the first Rakhi ever to her brother? What could be the reason behind this tradition and why is this a big rage in our country! In this blog we are talking about the famous mythological stories from ancient times which prove to be the beginning of Rakhi festival. We have enacted each story to make it more interesting. Go ahead, read and let us know how you find them.

GULABI GANG: Fashion style of Independence Day

GULABI GANG: Fashion style of Independence Day

The Gulabi Gang is a group of Indian women activists who fight for justice. Originally from Bundelkhand, Uttar Pradesh; this group is led and formed by Sampat Pal Devi. The motto of this gang is to speak and take actions against social taboos like rigid caste divisions, female illiteracy, domestic violence, child labor, child marriages and dowry demands.They have inspired our (Indian Wedding Saree) team, not only in the way they work but also because they have changed the concept of feminine, shy Pink! It is now strong, bold, independent, fighter and You. Today, in this blog we will talk about the changing image of ‘Girly Pink’ and how you can redo your Pink Wardrobe.

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