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Wonderful things about India you may not have seen or known….
Here are some interesting yet unsung facts about India! Given that Republic Day is approaching, let’s revisit a few of the lesser-known but amazing things that make India what she is — a nation we’re so proud to be part of!
The world’s largest religious gathering, Kumbh Mela, was captured from space by India’s high resolution earth imaging satellite CartoSat-2. The images were captured on Wednesday and released today by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The black and white images from the satellite clearly show the Sangam, the confluence of three holy rivers: the Ganga, the Yamuna and a mythical third river, the Saraswati.
Photograph courtesy: Mike Prince/Creative Commons
The floating post office was inaugurated in August 2011 and has been attracting tourists from all over. A tribute to the beautiful Dal Lake, it is housed in a huge houseboat and includes a philately museum as well as a shop that sells postage stamps.
In September 2009, India’s very own Chandrayaan -1 detected water on the Moon for the very first time, using its Moon Mineralogy Mapper. Here’s a look at what they saw. A proud moment for all Indians.
Designers today are increasingly recognising the beauty and versatility of khadi, our home spun fabric. Come and enjoy decking up in these purely swadeshi outfits that incorporate a touch of contemporary glam!
Here are a range of dresses made out of khadi and cotton to celebrate Republic Day and India’s unveiling of her constitution in 1951. Enjoy!
Peacock green, as turquoise is often referred to in India, is paired with charcoal and khaki to make for an arresting, sylvan ensemble that is both sophisticated and patriotic!
Checks and an ikat-inspired print come together to complement each other in the best manner possible. Confident and bright!
The Ambi or Paisley originated in India… here’s a tribute to this most beloved and feminine of Indian motifs found everywhere from architecture to fabrics to metalwork.
A mosaic print that beautifully matches loose pants in a small, elegant print. Quintessential Indian colours: Rust, beige, orange, red and yellow accented by black make for an arresting combination.
Sheer poetry in black and white. Fashionable yet Indian at heart! A classic tribute to all things Indian.
Being Indian is so much more than clothes. Enjoy the revival and resurgence of all things Indian! From food to music to language to design and philosophy! Jai Hind!
Bold, bright and vibrant colours that work their warm magic… All that glitters and shines is an instant attention grabber! Winter is a time for romance, celebration and cosy mingling. It’s when the brightest, the most vibrant and all the shine and gloss of brocade comes out of cupboards to be flaunted at ... Read More
Bridesmaids are in! And when they’re dressed to match the bride, they look oh-so-amazing! The trend’s caught on big time and now everyone’s doing it. The Ambanis, the Piramals, the Bhavnanis, the Padukones, the Jonases, the Chopras, you name it. So what’s the inside story? Why are so many celebrities following this trend so devotedly? ... Read More
Begin the process of getting ready to party all night this New Year’s Eve with shopping for the right dress from Libas. Check out our really cool range of evening wear that deserves to be flaunted! Ready for a midnight tête-à-tête? Our all-new arrivals are bold and resplendent, just right for party hopping or ... Read More
When the sun begins to hide and the moon starts to come out to play, that’s when ‘Shaam’ really comes into its own. Shaam is an Urdu word that means evening, that magical hour of the day when it’s neither day nor night but a period of sweet transition. Shaam stands for romance, glamour, and ... Read More
Beauty remedies for keeping winter at bay! Winters, glorious winters are here! The season of picnics, of mellow sunshine and that welcome nip in the air! However, the days that spell all that’s fresh and frolicsome needn’t mean dry skin and that oh-so-dreadful stretched feeling any more. Use these simple kitchen and beauty box ... Read More
It’s that time of the year when diets and resolutions are flung out…. and all temptations are given in to! We present some truly yummy sweet fixes.. which, surprisingly, are great for you too! Amaranth Halwa, yessss! Try out unusual sweets this Diwali! This fabulous Amaranth Halva is rich, indulgent and very, very good for ... Read More
Have a safe and peaceful Diwali! How do you plan to celebrate Diwali this year? Do you plan to celebrate with crackers or without? Which lights are you using? Here are some tips to make it a safe and happy festival for you and your loved ones! Clay diyas are the best! Using sesame ... Read More
Let the fragrance of goodness permeate your life always… The Shefali flower, also called Parijat or Harshingar is one of the most beautiful flowers in nature’s bouquet. Its delicate fragrance spreads through the night and reminds us that even the darkest nights have something to look forward to and to learn from. The ... Read More