Would you care for some henna?

Not long after I began blogging, my friend Kankana invited me for a lunch meet up. I had a chance meet two other bloggers and share the know-hows of blogging.  Everyone there were exclusive food-bloggers, so you know… The food was exquisite! I can now say that I don’t just comment at their sites based on the appetizing photography. Pay a visit to their websites  for recipes and importance of good food photography. Also, ping-backs are a great way to promote each others blogs! 

Kankana – Sunshine and smile just like the name, the look and feel of her blog would make anyone smile!

PrernaIndiansimmer, a dedicated food blogger and stylish photographer.

VijithaSpices and aroma, stop here for any authentic south indian recipes.

It was the week of karvachauth and henna, being a part of every indian festival, we decided to apply something simple. As usual I was so engrossed, enjoying the endless possibilities of doodling curves and lines with henna cone making wonderful designs. Continue reading


Festive Henna

Happy navrathri!

Happy Navarathri!

The joyful festive season is on… Not just in the western part of the world, we have a series of  festivals lined up till Jan and this week is navarathri-dushera-Durga pooja in India. There are prayers, offerings-good food, singing, joyful dance of dandiya with sticks and apply henna.

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Henna is a considered auspicious and is a part of navarathi tradition. Its pain-free temporary tattoo, safe and totally natural if you buy it from a reliable source. I Continue reading