Here are some photographs I took on my recent Goa trip. I was there for two days exactly, attending the Peter England trade show. Monsoons can be a tricky time to visit any of these coastal belts but. I was really excited because the sun was out and it was barely raining. Ideal conditions to explore a place by foot. I was staying at Panjim. This part of Goa is
If you have grown up anywhere in Karnataka, then your childhood memories like mine, surely are shaped by the colorful toys from Chenpatna. Background: Chenpatna is a small town dedicated to making toys and is located close to Mysore. In the 90′s these toys compulsorily found its way to every household. The toys are shaped using the traditional method of Lac-Turnery and this is a 200 year old art form.
Would you like to model as Russian chic, channel a Woddy Allen, go down with Depp or mirror the old guy from the movie “UP”? What if I say all this and more can be your look in under INR 2000! Sounds like a pretty sweet vintage deal right? That is exactly what the folks selling vintage sunglasses at GoSpiff have to offer. Remember in one of the previous posts,
Kerala Gold from Starving Artist Videos on Vimeo. Have you taken one of those trips where you do nothing, but still come back with fond memories and crazy stories to narrate? The Munnar trip I took with Ruhi of Republic Of Chic , Arathi Of Miffalicious and Rahul Dutta of Starving Artists was exactly that. Rahul also put together a video called Kerala Gold, which is about nothing in particular
Find company: Unless the intention is to attend a yoga camp, Munnar is not a good place to go alone. There are a bunch of adventurous things to do and it is best experienced with company. If you still are thinking of going solo, brooding thoughts of extensional issues might creep in, while you sit with your head in the clouds. Do not stay in Munnar: No pun intended. Munnar is postcard pretty, but
While most online stores have a convenient return policy for purchases made, I must say that I still am conservative about buying frames online. The thought of buying something online and then returning/ exchanging feels like the opposite of invigorating to me. Exactly why I have bought frames online, just once. Though it turned out alright, it still does not restore faith. I can never fit into the conventional mode