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Benefits of Rose Water | Gunjan Mittal

When I was growing up, if I ever had a skin problem, my mother would always tell me to spray some rose water on my face. It’s something that I have grown up with.  It’s a natural miracle product! It works like a cleanse, toner, astringent and moisturiser. Rose water...
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Style of Spaces By M

Styling and fashion is the epidermis of a woman’s personality. It troubles a woman who by her genes has fashion sense to live in spaces that don’t find fancy with her genes. Interior design of spaces has come in line with this fact and as designers it’s a thing to do to achieve sanctity between the aura of...
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Benefits of Multani Mitti or Fuller’s Earth | Gunjan Mittal

Multani Mitti or Fuller’s Earth is a clay that has healing properties and fights against acne and blemishes. It was originally used in the wool industry as an absorbent. It is rich in magnesium chloride which helps reduce acne. Since centuries, multani mitti has been used by women especially in the Asian continent for a glowing flawless skin. It can...
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Feng Shui your Christmas!

The Chinese have a saying, ”First luck, second destiny, third Feng Shui, fourth virtues and fifth education”. Using simple cures, it increases the flow of positive “chi” and subdues the negative. According to Feng Shui, harmonizing our personal “chi” with the “chi” of the environment puts us in harmony with...
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My motorcycle diary – Final entry | Sabrina Khan

Sunday, 23rd November 2014, 09:15 am, Day 3 We slept late and woke up by 1pm. We headed towards RM by 2pm. We were starving so we went straight to the food counter, chomped on some quick food and were joyful to click to our first beer for the day....
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My motorcycle diary – Day 2 | Sabrina Khan

Saturday, 22nd November 2014, 09:15 am, Day 2 I guess we slept very hungry, as all of us woke up to just and only find food. We headed for breakfast only to then realise a disappointing start of our day. We ate what we could and quickly rushed to get...
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My motorcycle diary – Day 1 | Sabrina Khan

People often realise the benefits of a leisure pursuit long after they start, primarily because as you explore the fonder you get, it’s always the journey that builds the whole shebang. So here is my first ever spectacular experience of Rider Mania 2014 and now there is no looking back!...
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New Year Resolution? I dare you | Vinita Ramtri

With the end round the bend, Here we go again, Resolutions penned Life on the mend. Technically, the first of January is just another date on the calendar, somewhat like our birthdays. I mean we all know that aging is a gradual process. I’m aging as I type and you’re aging as you read. And...
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GUJARAT’S FOUR PROUD WONDERS…

Lothal, a city from the ancient civilization in Mohenjo Daro and Harappa, the Nal Sarover with its fabulous water bodies and bird population, Sidi Sayed’s unique carved window in the historiccity-centre mosque in Ahmedabad and also the incredibly-designed, multi-storeyed Adalaj Vav – all these are fabulous wonders of the western state of Gujarat! Seeing all these in the time-span of one weekend was a fabulous experience… By Vimla...
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Beauty in Diversity | Ashu Khanna

“The diversity of the phenomena of nature is so great and the treasures hidden in the heavens so rich, precisely in order that the human mind shall never be lacking in fresh nourishment.” Johannes Kepler Walking in the garden I was marveling at nature’s miracle in creating different color flowers,...
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Shoot That Poison Arrow | Dimple Luniya

Continuing to further demystify classical feng shui which  deals with the flow of energies and how to convert negative energy to positive energy, I want to talk about how classical feng shui takes into consideration the details of external as well as the internal environment of a place. I would...
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Sceadu Book Review | Leonnie Fisher

I read Sceadu in four nights, simply because I was hooked! From the very beginning it was full of intrigue and mystery, begging the reader to delve into the book to gain the answers. It was full to the brim with rich thought-provoking descriptions allowing the reader to picture the...
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Letting Go | Apurva Purohit

Birthdays and year-ends, I think need to be a time for spring cleaning of some sort. The baggage we have collected over the year, the clutter we have amassed, it’s time to look at each item anew and decide to junk it or keep it. But letting go somehow is...
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Classical Feng Shui | Dimple Luniya Blog

It was about 14 years ago that I came across an article on feng shui, whereby it was written that just by doing some placement changes of one’s furniture and placing a few items like bamboo plants and wind chimes you could invite positive energies into your life and change life...
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Culturama September 2014 | Global Adjustments

India may be celebrating 67 years of independence this year, but its culture is 3,000 years old. Another ancient culture flourished in China. And the two countries share a common thread – thanks to a monk called Bodhidharma, who travelled from Kanchipuram in South India to the Henan province in...
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Search for our Identity | Ashu Khanna

From the time we are born, we search for our identity. There is a constant tussle to establish our presence. Our cry announces our birth and from thereon, we rarely stop. We talk, we fuss, we laugh; we are always doing things to find our place in the world. In...
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WAHM – the next big Whammy | Laila Datsur Haksar

Before I had my son I had the notion that working from home would be a breeze. I imagined myself clicking away at the keyboard while my son would sit quietly to the side looking at books or playing unobtrusively with his toys. Fast forward to the present day and I realise why...
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