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Friday, January 18, 2019

Indian Wedding Guest Outfit

Hello,

So it is wedding season here in India, ofcouse I also got married in December and the shaadi season is continuing in January 2019. Here is a Traditional Indian Outfit perfect for a Mendhi ceremony or a  friends wedding.

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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Lohri 2019

Hi,

So, I and Anish celebrated our first Lohri as a married couple and it was amazing. We invited all our family and friends, hosted a dhol evening around the lohri (bonfire) followed by dinner on the cold winter night. 

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Monday, January 14, 2019

Food To Keep Body Warm During Winter

Ok, so I am the kind of person who is always cold. No matter if I am all layered up in oversized coats or jackets and mufflers, my nose is always red and I am always freezing. For people like me its the best to consume foods that keep the body warm. 

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Here is a list of foods that can help to fight chilly weather:

If you ate struggling with keeping yourself warm:

1) Ghee:  No doubt the excessive consumption of ghee can create health problems, but only if the intake is excessive and is coupled with lack of physical exercise. Otherwise, it is rich with antioxidants and acts as an aid in the absorption of vitamins and minerals from other foods. It is good for skin and hair and is said to aid in the tissue building process. 


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Tulsi: Rich in vitamin A, C, calcium, zinc and iron, Tulsi helps body to fight all cold borne diseases like a cough, cold, sinusitis, pneumonia and all respiratory disorders. It is also a powerful antiseptic and antimalarial agent. This explains why all old British bungalows have Neem and Tulsi growing in abundance. 

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3) Ginger:  It is one of the most medically blessed spices in the Indian kitchen. It contains antioxidants that help build strong resistance. If taken daily in small quantities, it not only keeps the body warm but also cures ulcers, mild fever, acidity, common cold, cough and aids digestion.


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4) Garlic: As winter is said to affect the proper functioning of the heart. Garlic becomes an essential item to be included in food as it not only controls blood pressure and ensures the proper flow of blood, but also keeps the body warm and energetic.


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5) Jaggery:  It is considered a warm food and it can be consumed in a variety of ways. It is healthier than sugar as it contains a number of vitamins and minerals like phosphorous, iron, magnesium and potassium and is a natural cure for cough, cold, migraine, asthma, fatigue and indigestion. Consuming jaggery in winters helps in generating enough heat in the body, thus keeping you warm inside.  

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6) Pepper: Pepper with its antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties is a must have in winters. Besides keeping the body warm it also cures cold, cough and sinusitis.
Saffron:  Saffron or Kesar has been hailed as the source of beauty and health since times immemorial. 


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7) Mustard: Winter food should be cooked in mustard oil as it not only improves the metabolism rate but also has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. It is rich in micronutrients like selenium, magnesium, zinc manganese, calcium and Omega 3 and is good for skin and hair. Mustard oil can be applied all over the body before taking a bath as a cure for dry chapped skin.

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8) Honey: Honey is considered warm and hence its excessive intake in summer is forbidden. It is a must ingredient in Ayurvedic medicines for a cough and cold. It contains small quantities of antigens found in flowers and helps in building up immunity. 


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9) Nuts: Nuts are a natural source of anti-oxidants and are rich in vitamins and minerals. They are widely used in winters in form of chikkis and laddus. Powdered nuts taken with milk and honey is the best way to keep the body warm from within.

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10) Sesame or Til: Infusions of sesame help cure chronic respiratory disorders like pneumonia, bronchitis and asthma. 


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By trying to include these super foods in your daily diet, you can keep your body warm in winter that too without any chemicals or heaters.


Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Things I am thankful for in 2018

Alright, its 8th January already and finally I am getting around to reflection on 2018! Boy, what a year it was! Started off with a spark and ended with the blast! Ok, so lets started and list all the things I am thankful for in 2018.
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Monday, October 29, 2018

My First Karwachauth


Hello Guys,

As you guys know, I am getting married soon so that time I decided to keep Karwachauth fast for my fiancé. As it was my last Karwachauth before marriage, I wanted to experience it as an unmarried girl. Here is my first Karwachauth experience.

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Thursday, October 25, 2018

How to Keep Healthy During the Change in Seasons

Hi,

I can sense that the air is getting crisp which means weather has started to change. During the changing seasons, there is a very possibility of getting ill. here are a few lifestyle tips to keep healthy during the change in season.

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Be Hygienic 
Taking a regular bathing is a must the changing seasons. Wash your hands regularly before and after having food. Keeping hand sanitizers with you every time is a good habit. Wash your face on a regular basis as it will reduce the risk of bacterial infections

Probiotics, a healthy option
The simple remedy to achieve this fact is by taking probiotics regularly. Yoghurt is a perfect example. Also, probiotic drinks are healthy that prevents allergies and colds.


Dressed Accordingly
Don’t take the season’s transition lightly. They came like just to affect the immune systems of the people. So, the solution is to dress in layers according to the weather. Wear full sleeves clothes when needed to avoid mosquito biting


Keep you feet covered
The best way to keep yourself warm and safe from the harsh weather is by keeping your feet covered. Try to wear socks or a pair of boots. If feet are warm, body temperature will not fluctuate a ton which means you will remain immune from the changing weather.

Drink up.
Dry nasal passages and a dry throat are an invitation for bacteria to stick around. Start your day with a glass of room-temperature water and the juice of half a lemon. It’s good for digestion and vitamin C helps you recover from colds faster.

Herbal Tea
Give some time to yourself and go herbal. A cup of herbal tea helps to reduce the infections, lowers the cholesterol and also improves sleep.

Sanitise
Sanitise all the little things like door handles, knobs, remote controls and other such things at night so that there is a lesser chance of catching on germs.

Exercise
working out helps manage stress which, in turn, keeps your immune system strong.

Carry your layers
When the weather is changing, its pretty unpredictable, so make sure to carry a light pullover or a scarf while stepping out of the house.

Try to make these changes a part of your daily life, and stay healthy during the seasonal weather change!