http://instatbt.com/Place/mumbai-maharashtra/216978098Mumbai, MaharashtraTired as shit of this constant struggle.
Everything seems such a hustle.
Just when you feel like you are getting there, comes a bolt out of the blue.
But hope keeps me alive!
Chef Anagha GodboleChef Anagha Godbole2017-10-23India has rich traditions, I love celebrating them all. No festival feels complete to me without good food and traditional attire. Indian sarees are beautiful and just like food from different parts of India, sarees are also unique in diferent regions. Paithani from Maharashtra, Bandhani from Rajasthan, Kanjivaram from Tamilnadu and so on. I hope I can collect all beautiful handlooms from all over India. Today I wore a Pochampally or Ikkat, beautifully woven silk from Telangana. https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/p640x640/22793697_186286681942397_4371011242458873856_n.jpg2017-10-23
Swati MukundSwati Mukund2017-10-23“She has a quiet confidence that screams loud. She is humble, but strong. She is stable, but rebellious. She is giving, but not naive. She chooses her battles wisely. She'll stay silent until it's time to fight...and when that time comes; FIGHT, she does.”
Life isn’t perfect always, but your outfit can be :) .
This is one of the most stunning blouses I’ve worn, it’s super comfortable and would match any outfit and any saree .
Wearing a pure Benarasi silk with floral Mina work and real silver zari, and a stunning grey silk blouse from weaveinindia
Shot by the talented ramkumar.ramachandran
Make-up and styling for this series by kabooki_mua, .
http://instatbt.com/Place/agriculture-college-ground/509962091Agriculture College GroundThe Icons of Style | Sunanda Tai, Saee and Subhangi Tai show their impeccable taste in heritage sarees. They are adorned in exquisite traditional Maharashtrian weaves by designer vinay.narkar.
Visit Bhimthadi Jatra to indulge in his beautiful collection.
UrdirUrdir2017-10-23These vibrant weaves in breezy cottons showcase the intricacy of the ancient craft. Taking its name from an Indonesian word meaning 'to tie', Ikat employs a complex process of resist dyeing bundles of warp or weft yarn before they are loaded on to the loom according to a carefully predetermined pattern.
Explore the collection online at www.parisera/urdir
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