As you may know, I traveled in train which dropped me to a village to where my would-be groom belonged. For this one I can say, without a doubt that this Bus ride had a bigger bang on me than any other.
My only blog I swear having these many questions! Go ahead… No no no…its not a drama class. Its me! What am I trying to do? I have decided to pack all those pretty sarees I showed you lately and bring them with me back to my home. And why am I taking the TRUNK with me? Because it will remind me of those hidden beautiful memories I have recently met.
I don’t answer my phone. There are few people with whom I go for a spontaneous phone conversations. I consider myself rude – and frankly, rather shy – for not picking up the phone when they call. This time, when I was trying my granny’s old (very old and quite pretty) lehenga-choli, I received a call. The call was rather from a special person..special to me. Though I didn’t want to receive, I had to. You must be thinking why I didn’t ignore it! Because the call was on granny’s landline and yes Einstein..we can’t put it on silent mode!
Any wedding is incomplete without wearing a bright and heavily adorned Lehenga. The best aspect of wearing this outfit is that it complements the silhouette and makes one look thinner. Wearing Lehenga for a wedding occasion is not a new concept. Northern Indians brides have always been known to wear this beautiful attire on the day of their wedding. However, the new generation of brides seems to be smitten by the Lehenga bug. Even though, they are shifting to wearing sarees on their wedding days, they still adorn this for the reception, Sangeet or any other such important wedding function. Wearing a well-designed Bridal Lehenga is a dream for all brides. This ensures that you look traditional yet smart. The