Posts Tagged ‘indian’

Haryali Vegetarian Muffins (Kebab) Recipe

Talking about muffins, I love creating various healthy bites for my family which is very tasty yet made in few sprays of oil. This crispy haryali kabab is a vegetarian nutritious snack made from spinach, green peas and potatoes can be served with any chutney or sauce.

haryali kebab


Potato Stuffed Beetroot Parantha Recipe – Toddler Approved

Just like most of the mothers in this world, I too have to deal with picky eaters and that too with two of them at the same time. My kids just hate anything healthy especially if it comes to veggies. Lately, I realized that the best way to give them vegetables and its essential nutrients is in the form of hiding it within layers of parantha.  Seriously speaking, I am not fond of making them eat something they don’t like by hiding it from them ( as I know that in long-term it’s not great strategy but it serves my purpose as of now).

♥ Read here the recipe for Cinnamon Apple Sauce Recipe – Toddler Approved

Beetroot Potato Stuffed Paratha Recipe


Passage to India Look 3 : Chiffon saree & Teez festival

Hi everyone,

Wish you all a lovely  Happy Hartalika Teez – a day which most of the Indian women celebrate for prosperity and healthy life for her husband. I couldn’t find any better occasion than today to present another Indian look from my passage to India series. I am very fond of Saree and love wearing it on Indian festivals. It is very simple yet beautiful form of dressing. You can find thousands of variety of Saree in multiple textures, but I guess silk & chiffon are most popular. This is gifted Saree from one of my relative and I really like it’s color. Hope you enjoy the shots.


Saree – Gifted Indian shop
Jewellery – Sia

I wish lots of happiness and prosperity in each of your life.
May your wishes come true and you get great husband like our lord Shiva.

Passage to India Look 2 : Peacock blue kurti & Printed churidar

Hi everyone,

So I am back with Look 2 from my Passage to India series (Checkout Look 1 here).
My husband has a personal view that I compliment Indian outfit much better than western, so here is  my second look in Indian outfits.

Coming back to outfit, I simply love this beautiful Nehru collar kurti with little embroidery and touch of green. I used mint green nail paint and mint green ring to bring instant summer look. Don’t you think Indian dresses are very pretty and traditional. It is elegant yet chick. Hope you all enjoyed my attempt.

People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile.  ~Lee Mildon

Above quote totally justify my look in this old collection of dress. Indian kurti & churidar is one of the best casual form of dressing that exists in India, Pakistan and in Middle East. Designers use embroidary  &  lace to generate most of the  fashionable addition in these Indian wears.

Feel free to share your perspective by your comments

Kurti – Indian local shop
Churidaar  & Dupatta – Shoppers Stop
Pumps –  Suzy  used here
Ring – Bitter sweet
Nail paint – Sally Hansen(Mint Sorbet)

Hope you all have lovely weekday ahead.

Passage to India Look 1 : Cotton Kurti & Churidar

Hope you all are having wonderful day so far. This outfit post is right from my heart.

With a super busy weekdays, I ended up relaxing this weekend in my Indian attire. Wearing Indian dress makes me feel so comfortable at times. This suit is not a new one but I got them while my last India visit. On the other hand, I  had a wonderful day watching ‘The Avengers’ which is beautiful flick having almost all super heroes. Must watch and am sure you will enjoy it.

Cotton Kurti’s are so much in fashion since past 3-4 years and I have realized they are still in trend. Ladies wear it with jeans, salwaars & churidars and in many other styles. I usually shop them from Pantaloon & W for women although there are lot of other shops too. Filled with bright colors and wonderful embroidery  are their selling point and it makes them so beautiful. I am really fond of cotton kurtis and my wardrobe can never have enough.

There is something unique about Indian dresses, they are so colorful and live.

Cotton Kurti – Pantaloon
Churidar & Dupatta – W forWomen
Clutch – Aldo
Accessories – Mix & Match

Thank you so much everyone for reading.