We can have princess hairstyle for the birthday party. It will be fun.:)
Hairstyles are the major part of the beauty of every woman. use your imagination 🙂 “Historically, hair is associated with charm and power. Probably nowhere in the world has so much imagination, thought and artistry been applied to hairdressing as in India. Not only the common man or woman but also the deities are identified […]
via Hairstyles for princesses — History of King Panwars
Amazing presentation for delicious food.:)
Eating food from different countries and cooking different kind of food. In my opinion it will be good for brain and heart too.
On my India trip exploring the Golden Triangle, I was surprised to discover that so many things that I’d thought were quintessentially British, were actually originally from the Asian country. India has given us lots: Polo (the sport, not the mint), jodhpurs for horse riding, the board games chess and “Snakes and Ladders”, even the […]
via A taste of India: an authentic cookery lesson in Jaipur. — Always Carry On.
Stories of street artist and Pichhwai painters from Jaipur Kala Mahotsav at Shilpgram, Jawahar Kala Kendra.
via Stories Of Real Artists From Jaipur Kala Mahotsav — Jaipur Thru My Lens !!
Beautiful Waterfalls in India
Water falls are everywhere in the world. Every water fall has their own beauty. In India my favorite water fall is Campty Fall in Massooree. I don’t know it is real name or other. I am little confuse.
[I’m on the night train back to Bangalore, writing this on my phone. WordPress says it’s easy. WordPress has not experienced Indian trains recently I’m guessing…] “I’ll carry your bags?” Since I started writing about my trips to India, the most common response has been “Could I come on your next trip?” Well…no. Not unless […]
via How to hotel in #India…or not. #travel #humor — Barb Taub
aisalmer literally means ‘the Hill Fort of Jaisal’. The desert city is also called the Golden city thanks to the color it gets from the yellow sandstone used for construction of the buildings. Jaisalmar is one the last big towns in Rajasthan closest to the India-Pakistan border and stands in the heart of the Thar […]
via Jaisalmer:The classic Indian Desert City — Huntsends
Udaipur, a most beautiful city in Rajastan, has so much to offer; after my Indian cooking class, which I had already written a post about, I rushed over to the Haveli Museum, where every evening takes place a performance of Indian dance in the atrium of this old museum. It’s atmosphere is quite mystic The audience […]
via Indian dance in Udaipur — corneliaweberphotography.wordpress.com