Anantaya is a lifestyle design studio that is centered on the philosophy of using traditional crafts in a contemporary style. The gamut of products designed include home decor, textiles, lighting, furniture, gifts etc. The store is located in the beautiful environs of Narain Niwas Palace, a place that provides a perfectly apt background for such... Continue Reading →
Another expo in the pink city, but with a very elaborate and eclectic decor. Shopping is such a great experience amidst such vibrant spaces and with so many unique things to choose from. It was an amalgamation of apparel ranging from gotta patti to block prints, embellished footwear and quirky juttis, handbags and ornamented clutches,... Continue Reading →
It is very gratifying to cover the new edition of an expo, which you have covered before. It's like a journey that you have completed as an experience collector and nothing can be more rewarding. As the name suggests, Lagan Mandap is all about the glitz and glamour of wedding shopping. Here's the link to... Continue Reading →
Being a blogger, I have had the privilege of covering so many wedding and lifestyle expos. Apart from the collection showcased by the participating brands, one thing that really stands out in any such event is the decor. It makes shopping feel like an artistic experience, renders luxury unintimidating and big-brand browsing feels refreshingly fun. Hidden... Continue Reading →
Continuing with our wedding season series, here are certain pictures from another wedding expo - Lagan Mandap held at the SMS convention centre, Jaipur.
Jammu & Kashmir is a shoppers paradise offering an array of ethnic arts and crafts. Be it Jammu, Kashmir or Ladakh - each region has an assortment of fascinating products for shopping. There are a plethora of things to choose from- pashmina and shatoosh shawls, walnut woodwork, handwoven carpets, saffron, almonds and paper mache articles.... Continue Reading →
The word "Maheshwar" in Hindi means Great God, an epithet of Lord Shiva. The city lies on the north bank of the Narmada river and served as the capital of the great Maratha queen - Rajmata Ahilya Devi Holkar. She embellished the city with many buildings and public works, and it is home to her... Continue Reading →