Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia | on December 9, 2019 Saris are considered among the most elegant and beautiful garments for women. Be it grand events or just a small family gathering, you can always count on a sari to help you look elegant and stylish. Our Bollywood divas have also convinced us over the years that sari is one of the most amazing and graceful outfits. Recently, Katrina Kaif donned a glittering peach-coloured embellished sari, which caught all our attention. On the other hand, Janhvi Kapoor wooed us with her pretty purple sequin sari. Both were styled by celebrity stylist, Tanya Ghavri. So, let us take a close look at their sparkling saris and find who looked more glamourous. Katrina Kaif In A Peach Embellished Sari Katrina Kaif donned a stunning peach-coloured glittering sari, which was designed by the ace designer, Tarun Tahiliani. Her beautiful sari was accentuated by silver embellishments. The sheer … [Read more...] about Katrina Kaif Or Janhvi Kapoor, Who Looked More Glamourous In The Sparkling Sari?
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Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia | on December 9, 2019 Ranveer Singh is one of the few actors in the Bollywood industry, whose fashion wardrobe is full of surprises. Be it a red carpet event or a festival, the actor mostly picks the most unusual outfits and rocks them in the most stylish way. Apart from his quirky attire choices, he has a knack of making even the most casual ensemble look fashionable, and that's what highly impresses us. Recently, Ranveer wore two extremely different outfits- one was a snake jacquard tuxedo and the other one was a mustard shirt with golden elaborate pants. Styled by Nitasha Gaurav, the fashion king rocked both the outfits amazingly. So, take a close look at his outfits and decode it. Ranveer Singh In A Snake Jacquard Tuxedo Recently, Ranveer Singh donned a snake jacquard tuxedo by Gaurav Gupta and looked handsome. He wore this outfit at the Star Screen Awards, where he won two awards. His … [Read more...] about Ranveer Singh Rocks Two Extremely Different Outfits, Which One Did You Like More?
Source: Agencia Brasil, Creative Commons Students today are stressed out about grades, more so than ever before. A few months ago I published a post (here) with evidence that this is so for college students. Many students responded to that post with comments about how their parents, teachers, and society in general are telling them that their future depends on getting straight A’s in high school and then again in college. Here is a sample of those comments: • Anything less than an A was unacceptable, and it was ingrained in us early on by our parents that perfection was our only chance for success in this competitive world. •You know what made us think we HAVE to get all A's? Our parents, our scholarships, our teachers, the Internet. • At every corner you are told that simply learning and doing your absolute best is not good enough. Instead of the focus being on learning the material and growing through the experiences you are told what … [Read more...] about Inverse Relationship Between GPA and Innovative Orientation
In a recent Perspectives on Psychological Science forum on the future of psychology, many senior scholars wrote about their views on the direction of the field. One of the themes that appeared from a few of the scholars was the importance of being a generalist despite the current pressure to become more of a specialist. To slow down and be more thoughtful to improve the quality of psychological science. Carol S. Dweck: “Unlike the old days, graduate school is no longer a time to simply immerse yourself in the field, read, think, and talk for a couple of years, as you come up with new ideas and perspectives. We need to remember that this is the time in a scientist’s life when, as a newcomer, you can have fresh insights on a field, question the established theories and paradigms, and offer truly field-changing ideas. Instead, with the press to publish early and often we may be implicitly encouraging our students to dive into the status quo and start churning out … [Read more...] about The Demise of the “Big Picture Thinker” in Psychology?
After publishing a set of case study articles here on Psychology Today on GRIT, I was positively stunned when I saw Purdue University President Mitch Daniels’ recent Washington Post column—"For college admissions, let’s value grit over GPAs." Ultimately Daniels concluded that if the College Board could come up with a new GPA—Grit Potential Assessment—his university would be the first customer. As an academic researcher, author and organizational consultant who has devoted his life to GRIT, and after assessing more than one million individuals in 137 countries, I could not agree more. Mitch Daniels Source: Mitch Daniels image According to Daniels, “discipline, persistence and resilience... [are] characteristics necessary to succeed at the college level (to say nothing of adult life). In the current vernacular, these traits are often collectively called ‘grit.’ Enrollment experts agree on its significance. The problem is in … [Read more...] about The Quest for a New GPA: GRIT