So here's the last picture from the series "Shaadi On Budget" I hope you guys liked all the pictures and did you guys read the blog post yet ??? If not then head over to the link in my bio 😉 . . . Outfit by @rajkumarifashions Shot by : @swarajsawant Makeup by @mua_blissvinali Edited by @deepak_biswas_photography . . . #shaadiseason#indianwedding#reception#receptionlook#weddingdiaries#bridallook#weddingseason# #superfunlikes#inspiredzlikes#hellomezz#collaboration#eveninggowns#weduptodayyy.
I always carry my childhood with me so that i never grow older. I didn't knew that time i was making memories but i knew i was having fun and i was happy. My childhood reminds me of happiness . We remember one thing, we always wanted to grow up but when we actually grew up we realise that it was better being a kid. I always try to be a happy soul and kid from heart. Be carefree, be thoughtful, be crazy and be yourself. It is always important to keep the child inside yourself alive. Happy childrens day to all the happy souls and smiling faces. Do you still like to do fun activities like you did in your childhood? comment below and share your thoughts with us. . . . . . . . . . follow @travelbeforeyoudie . . . . . . . . P.S: - So this moment was captured during my trip to Amritsar. It was when i just arrived golden temple and was trying to capture its beautiful architecture then this small kid came to me and asked me to capture him as he was very curious to see the camera results and he was very excited about it. I promised him that i will upload his picture on my page. He started posing for me and then i captured this beautiful frame. Presenting one special childhood memory of this curious child from my travel photography collection. Happy childrens day to all. Enjoy 😉 . . . . . . . #travelbeforeyoudie#hellomezz#moodygrams#indianphotographers#instagram#photo#canon#streetphotography#desi#globe#igramming#maibhisadakchap#natgeoyourshot#woi#poi#like#gram#dslr#photooftheday#photographersofindia#igers#everydayindia#creativeimagemagazine#undiscovered#delhi#hoi#wanderlust#photographer#indianshutterbugs @brovellers @tripadvisor @trip @20foodflick @tripotocommunity @bbc_travel
Took time off from Social media, hence the turtle-like lull ☹️ But, I'm super excited to share some amazing Diwali pictures with you that we shot for @marsplayco ❤️ Swipe right and try guessing what the banter was all about. Get as creative as you can 😂 The best comments get a shoutout. 🙌 📸 - @picographix @bloggergramx #fiftyshadesofsrv
Why has the burden of extra activities being rolled over so hard? Why we keep pushing our kids for it? I never got the point and will never. It's a mystery to me that Why our kids need to do those activities that they are not interested in. Why not let them be kids! As parents, most of us want lives for our children that are full of opportunities and wonderful experiences that we may not have had and consciously or sub consciously we start pushing our kids into the rat race of extra activities. I am not a parenting expert but as a parent, I strongly advocate for free non structured playtime for kids. Basically, not to overburden or overschedule kids with lots of extra activities which makes it a monotonous routine for them. So, rather than looking forward to it, they see it as a forced job. During summer, I enrolled Jeybran for Taek wondo classes thinking that he would have something to do during his holidays. Jeybran enjoyed the first few sessions but later he hated it. Infact, whenever we would start getting ready for the class, he would make a long face and say he isn't enjoying that at all. I did take him for few classes since, we had already paid. Once while building lego together, Jeybran said Mama I love building lego and playing football with baba but I don't like Karate class. I hate it, and started naming karate classes with all the things that he dislikes. That moment I realized what am I making him. Do! So, I had subconsciously forced this karate classes on him. Hence, did not continue for the next month though Jeybran learnt headstand and he's able to do It really well now. But, I felt he's way too young to be scheduled for a class like this. There is a line between a polished , interesting, growth-promoting childhood and an overscheduled childhood. Now the big question is how do you know if you are doing it right or overburdening your child? ( TBC part 2) Mums, What are your thoughts on it? HAPPY CHILDREN'S DAY #happychildrensday
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My little angel right here, My best friend, My soulmate till the very end. My lifeline, an escape. All my fun, my family and unicorns walking on rainbows. She adds colour everywhere. My soulmate, my lill sister till the end. ✨🌸❤️ Thanks @princess_yuki2
Bask in the spellbinding beauty of this watermelon cooler. . Fine dine, just like a magical illusion, is a three fold experience. ⚜️ To paraphrase MICHEAL CAINE, as he gravely explains to the lil girl, every great dish consists of three acts. . The first part is called the Pledge/ the setup, in which the nature of what might be attempted at is hinted at, or suggested, or explained in the menu. . The second act is called the Turn where the chef takes the ordinary something and makes it into something extraordinary. . It takes a lifetime of practice, and flair for theatrics, to produce the magical display of plating and showmanship at the diners table. . But you wouldn't clap yet. . Because the puff, smoke and plating isn't enough; it has to be delectable to the tastebuds. That's why the knack to please a myriad of diners from different walks of life, the hardest of it all, is called "The Prestige" -------------------------------------------------------- 😊 Hope you enjoyed my interpretation of the most riveting dialogue in Nolan's masterpiece. Tag whoever loved this movie down below :) hit me back in the comments with your thoughts. . Yours truly Thecurvedprobe