Indian Glitz & Glam

It was quite a month long break! What say people? Did you miss me? Did you miss my posts? I surely missed you all my lovely readers, but then I was enjoying my vacation way too much hence I took a little break from the blogging community. However, I am back now! My vacation is over, and the routine life is back in place. I am back in States. To all my Indian readers – how were your holidays/festivals? Did you have loads of fun? Did you have a blast? Because I did! Being in India during this festive season is the best decision ever. No one else celebrates their festivals like we Indians do! We eat, we gift, we travel, we buy, we give, we celebrate, we literally have a blast (specially on Diwali)! What say??
Anyhow, I must get over my vacation days now considering I don’t want you guys to feel J or anything 😉 (specially my Indian readers/bloggers/friends who did not get a chance to visit India this year)!
Today I am sharing a very few pictures from the main festivals/ceremonies I celebrated during my visit to India. This time I was totally in to Saris. Here’s the proof..

P.S. Shall post more pictures from my visit in the coming posts! So stay tuned 😀

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Diwali Delights

Such a lazy Wednesday it is! Too lazy to even get up and cook lunch. Hence, thinking of going out to grab some food with husband. And by the time you would be reading this, I would be enjoying my meal of the day!
Now, that Diwali is over, I am feeling a little low as my favorite festival of the year is finally over. Though I hope all my Indian friends and readers celebrated it very well and had a fantastic time!!
For my Non-Indian readers and friends, Diwali is the Indian festival that brings a series of festivals with it. One after another, we get a chance to celebrate five ceremonious occasions. The people of all age groups and classes with equal zeal and enthusiasm celebrate Diwali throughout India. They put on new clothes and participate in the various activities that are related to Diwali celebrations. It is a festival of celebrations such as lightings, crackers, cleanliness, colorful rangoli making, social gatherings to exchange greetings and sharing sweets with your loved ones. Diwali is a festival filled with spiritualism and religious activities.
I wore this sari last night on the occasion of Diwali, which I bought five months ago and wore it for the first time yesterday. I bought it from FASHIONandYOU, sadly I don’t remember the specific brand of the sari. But I loveeee this chiffon sari and the print on it!


Meet my husband – my life partner – my best friend – my soul mate – my photographer – my critic – my supporter and the most amazing person in my life! A bonus pic in the end…
Since it was evening time, all the clicks were taken at home and temple! Hope you like them.

Let this Diwali burn all your bad times and enter you in good times.
With warm wishes
Ritika

Saree: Fashion and You (online)
Earrings and Necklace set: Charles Klein
Watch: Fossil Georgia
Metallic Bangles: Kanpur, India