Home Insync Pulse Pulse on August 8, 2022 The tradition of giving gifts to someone is probably as old as the festival of Raksha Bandhan itself. Passed down as a family tradition for generations, it is seen as a token of brotherly love for his sister(s) and vice versa. Furthermore, bonds strengthen as a result. Sometimes, cash replaces the gift in certain families which is actually a good idea for a sister/brother who can buy something of her/his choice. The gift, when chosen with love, adds an overall auspicious touch to the festival. On Raksha Bandhan, we have curated a list of choicest gift items that your siblings will love for sure and it will definitely make them smile. Gifts For Your Sister(s) 1. Jewellery Organizers And Handbags Women thrive mostly on their intuitive knack for organizing things and nothing gladdens a woman more than a well-preserved home spilling over with her favourite … [Read more...] about Raksha Bandhan 2022: Best Gift Ideas For Your Brothers And Sisters
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Home Astrology Zodiac signs Zodiac Signs on August 8, 2022 Rakshabandhan is a sacred gift of Indian culture to the world. On this day, the sister ties a "rakhi" around the wrist of her brother to celebrate their pure eternal love. The brother vows to protect his sister from the dangers of the world while she stands by his side as a support system throughout his life. The beautiful bond is celebrated with sweets and gifts. While people usually look for attractive designs while buying rakhi, Astrology suggests being mindful of its colour. This year, Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on 11 August 2022 and the colour of the Rakhi and gifts should comply with the zodiac sign of your brother to ascertain his success and good health. Scroll down the article to know more. Here are the best rakhi colours and gifts for your brothers as per their zodiac sign. 1. Aries: 21 March - 19 April Rakhi Colour: The ruling planet … [Read more...] about Best Rakhi Colours And Gifts For Brothers As Per Zodiac Sign
Home Pregnancy parenting Postnatal Postnatal on August 8, 2022 Mothers, especially first-time ones, may face many day-to-day challenges in understanding their babies well, precisely due to the behavioural changes that take place in newborns. These changes are considered as part of their growth and development and are often not a point of concern. Though certain changes in newborns are pretty normal, they tend to make their mothers anxious and worried. Here, we have discussed a few weird but normal things about newborns. These facts may help save new mothers from unnecessarily worrying and will allow them to enjoy the transition phase of their babies. baby 55 Unique Indian Twin Boy And Girl Names With Meanings 1. The First Poop The weird thing about the first poop of a baby is that it is black and sticky. Scientifically, a baby's first poop is known as meconium; it is basically the remains of the food … [Read more...] about 10 Weird Yet Normal Things About Newborns That You Should Know
Home Beauty Skin care Skin Care on August 12, 2016 They say eyes are the window to our soul, perhaps that's why, we spend hours lining our eyes with kajal to give it an exotic touch. Beautifying that window to make the soul look a tad-bit less grimy, perhaps? We leave the topic of soul for you to ponder on. What we are here for is to discuss more about kajal and how to make an organic baby-safe kajal. Did you know that kajal, which has become such a basic necessity of our everyday beauty routine, actually has a deeper significance? Also Read: Eye Makeup Tips While Wearing A Saree In bygone days, kajal was applied predominantly to protect the eyes from the sun and the harsh outside elements. Tribal people used to draw distinct marks on their bodies with kajal as a projection of aggression to scare enemies. In infants, small dot of kajal is applied below the ears to shield the baby from any evil energy. … [Read more...] about Ayurvedic Method Of Making Organic Baby-Safe Kajal
Home Beauty Skin care Skin Care on August 16, 2016 Ubtan is an all-natural mix of powders for multiple beauty benefits. It is probably the first cosmetic ever to be used for skin care regime. Ubtan has been passed on for generations as a beauty secret, so much that it no longer remains a secret. And we are so glad about that fact! Ubtans are natural skin cleansers or face packs that are suitable for sensitive skin types. They are all natural, so they don't contain any of the harsh chemicals you would otherwise find in store-bought face packs or cleansers; and since they have been used since generations, their credibility cannot be doubted. Ubtan has been in use since the Vedic period; and it is said that they were prescribed during that time to provide nourishment and beautification to the skin. One of the most famous ubtan recipes is the one used on new brides-to-be, and even for grooms. Today, we will be … [Read more...] about Grandma-Approved Ubtan Recipe For All Skin Problems!
Home Beauty Skin care Skin Care on September 7, 2016 We don't think twice when we skim that annoying layer of cream from our milk and throw it away! Hardly knowing that the thin layer of cream is a powerhouse of nutrients that can literally transform our skin! Before you go whisking homemade malai masks, we want you to know exactly what milk cream can do to your skin. The lactic acid present in the milk penetrates deep into the skin tissues, removing the impurities and shrinking pores. Also Read: DIY Face Masks For An Instant Glow On Your Face Milk cream has a high ratio of proteins that restore the skin's natural moisture balance, making it supple and radiant. And it has nearly 4 grams of essential fatty acids that nourish the skin, removing fine lines and forming a protective barrier against free radicals. Not just that, it is also packed to the brim with vitamins E, B6, B12 and potassium, all of … [Read more...] about 6 Malai Masks That Will Lighten Your Skin By Two Tones In Seven Days!
Home Relationship Relationship on August 8, 2022 According to a blog based on a survey by the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, around 75 per cent of people say zero to two lies a day, and these lies are mainly little white lies or lies about unimportant matters without hurting the sentiments of others.  It is very difficult to detect a lie in the blink of an eye. Some experts such as psychiatrists, trained police officers or psychologists may detect liars faster than people from other professions by reading lies through facial expressions and body language. relationship 11 Funny Yet Polite Comebacks To Encounter Rude People Liars have certain specific strategies or characteristics that make them prolific liars. In this article, we will unravel some of the things about liars that you should know. 1. There are two types of liars According to the Journal of Language And Social Psychology , there are two … [Read more...] about 5 Interesting Things About Liars You Should Know
Home Insync Pulse Pulse on August 8, 2022 Cats are underrated, highly. They are often labelled 'mean' and 'lack affection' - but being someone who has been working around cats and having a few feline friends, take it from me - all that is nothing but a load of baloney. Despite the thousands of years that domesticated cats have kept us company, they still suffer something of a bad rep. While some see their independence as a bonus, others see it as selfishness or aloofness. Haters say they only show affection when their food bowl is empty. Of course, cat owners will tell you this is all nonsense and that their bond with their cats is just as strong as any dog. So is there a reason we keep picturing cats as aloof and unfriendly? Does it have any truth to it? In the event of International Cat Day, let's check out some common myths about cats you need to stop believing - right now! International Cat Day: Date And … [Read more...] about International Cat Day: Myths About Cats You Need To Stop Believing
Home Recipes Recipes | on June 24, 2022 Buckwheat (kuttu) is a highly-nutritious superfood that may help improve heart health, manage diabetes, promote weight loss and prevent iron deficiency in the body. It is a good source of protein, fibre, iron, potassium, calcium, selenium, manganese, folate, vitamin B complex and magnesium.  A khichdi made with buckwheat seeds (as it is not a true grain but the seeds of a plant) and vegetables, along with aromatic spices could be a healthy and delicious meal option, especially for people with heart diseases and anaemia. Here is the recipe for buckwheat and vegetable khichadi. How To Prepare Buckwheat And Vegetable Khichdi How To Prepare Heart-Healthy And Iron-Rich Buckwheat And Vegetable Khichdi How To Prepare Heart-Healthy And Iron-Rich Buckwheat And Vegetable Khichdi Prep Time 5 Mins Cook Time 20M Total Time 25 Mins Recipe By: Boldsky Recipe Type: … [Read more...] about How To Prepare Heart-Healthy And Iron-Rich Buckwheat And Vegetable Khichdi
Home Insync Life Life on November 7, 2016 Most of us see what the media and the world show us. There are many individuals out there who are doing some great work, yet they are not getting the right credit for their work. Here is the list of Indians who are not famous but yes, they have done exceptional work that can make most of the Indians feel really proud of their country men. You May Like To Read: Bizarre 'First Night' Rituals Of An Indian Wedding! Check out the list of people who need to be famous for their share of work in the society. This list even contains the name of a person who has a stamp on his name in Japan; and the sad part is, we Indians are not even aware of it! Also Read: Tips For First Night After Arranged Marriage Find out more on these unsung heroes of our nation... Jagdish Gandhi He is the founder of the world's largest school. City Montessori School is popularly known … [Read more...] about Indians Who Deserve To Be More Famous