Home Fashion Trends Fashion Trends Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia | on February 12, 2021 Saraswati Puja also known as Basant Panchami is celebrated all over India on the fifth day of the Megha month of Hindu calender. From decorating the idols to puja thalis, people start with the preparations a week before. Apart from Saraswati Puja decorations, the ladies also shop for ethnic outfits to wear during the puja. Since Goddess Saraswati is seen dressed in an ivory and golden-hued ensemble in idols, women also mostly prefer ivory and golden outfits on this auspicious day. Saraswati Puja will be held on 16 February 2021. We have come up with six ivory and golden-hued extremely beautiful designer outfits to help you dress the best for the puja. Take a look! Anamika Khanna’s Anarkali Nita Mukesh Ambani's ivory and gold Anamika Khanna anarkali is exactly what you will need for making your Saraswati Puja more … [Read more...] about Ethnic Outfits For Saraswati Puja: Exude Festive Vibes With These Ivory And Golden Designer Outfits
Home Cookery Sweet tooth Cakes bakes Cakes Bakes oi-Amrisha Sharma By Amrisha Sharma | Updated: Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 23:49 [IST] Nothing more than chocolates and cakes can add the romance to Valentine's Day. Cakes are one of the most common gift ideas which is used to celebrate the romantic day. You can either buy a cake for your valentine or just bake one at home to surprise your partner in the evening. Everyone wants to make Valentine's Day special every year. From buying gifts to preparing special dishes, you can do ample things to make the day romantic, special and loving for your valentine. There are many types of cakes that you can prepare at home to add the much required sweetness to your day and lives. If you are thinking that how will you manage to bake a cake without professional help, then we are here to help you out with that. We have this collection of some of the exotic cake recipes … [Read more...] about Valentine’s Day 2020: These Ridiculously Amazing Chocolate Cake Recipes Are Something To Drool Over
Home Cookery Sweet tooth Cakes bakes Cakes Bakes oi-Sanchita Chowdhury By Sanchita Chowdhury | Updated: Sunday, December 15, 2019, 15:20 [IST] Christmas and cakes are synonymous. A Christmas without cakes is simply unimaginable. Whether you buy it from the market or you bake it at home, cake forms an essential part of the Christmas celebrations. Baking a cake at home is a great way to celebrate Christmas. So, try baking a cake on this Christmas for your friends and family. If you are thinking that how will you manage to bake a cake without professional help, then we are here to help you out with that. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Yummy Christmas Snacks We have this collection of some of the exotic recipes of Christmas cakes which you can try out at home. These cakes are sure to make your taste-buds go crazy for more. So, set aside the calorie count for now and take a look at these delightful Christmas cake recipes. … [Read more...] about Christmas 2019: Best Cake Recipes To Try This Festive Season!
Although individuals and organizations commonly praise Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for his non-aggressive approach to protest, that is based on today’s perspective. Back in 1966, when White Americans were asked what they thought of MLK's civil demonstrations (e. g ., sitting in White-only sections; his marches through cities), 85% of people thought it would ‘hurt’ (vs. ‘help’) the advancement of African Americans’ civil rights. Similarly, to many people today, the current protests and riots against police brutality toward minorities are perceived as counterproductive to attaining public support. And according to recent psychological research, that perception is correct. Published in social psychology’s most prestigious journal, researchers found that more extreme types of protests (e.g., vandalism, obstructing roadways) produced less support for the cause than more moderate types of protest (e.g., marching with signs). As one example, the researchers had participants … [Read more...] about Consequences and Causes of Riots
Can you and I do something to save the planet for our children and grandchildren? Maybe something big, or maybe just a little something? To skip to the punchline: Yes, indeed, there are a number of things that you and I can do, that we should do, and that we, perhaps, must do. In a recent pair of blog posts , I described my conversations with Thomas Homer-Dixon (author of the recent book Commanding Hope: The Power We Have to Renew a World in Peril ). Our threatened planet. Source: NASA public domain photo, from Wikimedia Commons There are a host of really big problems to deal with—the extinction of other organisms on whom we depend (pollinators, fish species), and the massive production of trash by 7.5 billion people (just stand outside your local warehouse mega-store for a half hour and watch the river of outflowing consumer goods triple-packed in plastic, cardboard, and paper). Then there's the expansion of farmlands into what used to be pristine … [Read more...] about 7 Things You Can Do to Save the World