The House of Mirrors is a place of illusions; the one that skews your image and you see yourself in ways that are far away from reality. Stout face, enlarged body, stick thin figure and midget short height is many of the illusions that you see in the mirror and laugh at yourself finishing the laughing riot in front of a simple mirror to get an overview of how you really are. You walk out of the enclosed room, back into the real world and you haven’t stopped laughing since on others for whom large bodies, skinny figures are in fact, the reality that they deal with every day. No mirrors yet distorted reflections of how you perceive them. [Read more…] about Dear Friends & Strangers, STOP Fat Shaming
The winter season in Udaipur witnessed an amalgamation of music, culture, diversity infused with people from all over the globe swarming in the lake city to be a part of one-of-its kind Lake Festival and International Music Festival.
What came as a surprise or rather a revelation that Udaipur is definitely making its mark in the international zone not only for its tourism, but for its culture and a lot that this city has to offer. While walking on the streets, I with the help of an ace photographer friend Siddharth, captured the melange of vibrancy, patterns and a personal style that created its own edge over the highlighted ‘Trend’ of the season that is adorned by almost all of the fashion forward tribe. [Read more…] about Top Fashion Looks of Last Season in Udaipur
Last year, in December 2015 I suffered from nervous breakdown when my life halted at crossroads and I had to make the right choice. So, I quit my job in a way to nourish the plant of creative writing and here I am watering it with poetry and blogs.
The added influence of wandering travelers that I met the previous years, true-story based films and a sudden upsurge on the social media debating on finding the ‘real meaning of life’ and ‘be different’; needless to say that I was smitten hard by the overall concept of ‘follow your dreams.’ [Read more…] about Apurva & Deepali: Wired to their Art