In India, there are many celebrations. Thus you need to be well-prepped with different types of garbs that you can dress on these occasions. A Kurti among other Indian attires is popular clothing that most Indian women love. It is a versatile piece that spoils you for choice in what to pair it with as you plan to attend these never-ending events. On the other hand, it gives you an elegant, trendy and stylish look that boosts your self-confidence and fashion tastes. Therefore, with the many Kurti designs that are in the market today. It is important to have as many Kurtis in different forms and patterns that you can have on different occasions. Know how to dress it according to your body frame and how to pair and accessorize it well. All in all, although there are many Kurtis to choose from every Kurti type has an event that it is suitable for. Below are some occasions that you can wear a Kurti and the type of Kurti best suited for it.
- The Office party
Does your office always have end year parties and small parties during the year for the employees? Then you have a reason to wear your Kurti outfit. The Kurti look is preferred by most women since it is descent and it is an easy look to balance. For the office party event, you need to avoid looking underdressed or overdressed no matter the position you hold. The Kurtis that you choose for this party can also be office wear if paired well but with fewer embellishments and shine. Some of the Kurtis you can choose are flared Kurtis, fusion Kurtis and asymmetric high low Kurtis paired with churidar to mention a few. Remember after the party work will go on and you need to portray a good impression with your outfit. Additionally, consider a long Kurti to the short ones for they are simple and outstanding.
2. The Cocktail party
When you are invited to a cocktail party. It is time to get an excuse to wear your modern look, Kurti. Since cocktail parties are not as traditional and everyone today dresses up in the latest trends to look stylish around their peers. Especially as a woman you do not want to be left out as your friends show off their fashionable side. Therefore, choose a Kurtis that flatters your body shape even though it is a traditional piece you can pair with modern bottoms. Alternatively, you can decide to opt for the indo-western Kurti designs for they fit perfectly for this type of event. For instance, sleeveless Kurtis, off-shoulder looks among others that keep on evolving. Also, choose satin, chiffon and silk fabrics for your Kurti for they portray a fun party look.
3. The Wedding event
Weddings in India are a big deal when it comes to sartorial choices. This special event is common in India and one wedding event has various parties within it that all require you to look the part. Today, through various online stores you can get a designer Kurtis for a wedding that is a favorite among most women. After all, you need to stand out especially with all the selfies and pictures that are taken during the event. Therefore, choose the right designer Kurtis, one that is exotic that matches your style, colour and has the right pairing. Also, remember to wear according to the colour theme of the wedding you are attending whether the event is during the day or at night. Choose one with lovely embroidery and embellishments. One type of Kurti that is best for the wedding is the Anarkali Kurti due to how classy it looks.
- For Travel
Have you ever travelled with a Kurti and felt how comfortable it is? If not, for your next travel choose a simple Kurti type and you will love the experience. Therefore, no matter the type of travelling you have to undertake. Whether you are travelling solo, with kids or colleagues for work. Travelling is an event and luckily there is a Kurti for this event as well. Such Kurtis is denim Kurti, poncho Kurti, Slit Kurti to mention a few of them. They are a comfortable and stylish piece that is suitable either for long or short distance travel. Therefore, ensure that the Kurti you choose gives you the freedom of movement and avoid fitting Kurtis for they can be uncomfortable especially if you have to sit for long hours.
- The Romantic event
This is another reason to must have a Kurti in your wardrobe. When you have to go out on a date, either the first time or the tenth time. A Kurti is a quick yet elegant outfit to get you all glammed up together with accessories for your romantic date. This event too has several Kurtis that you can wear. Most of them are the trendy ones that you can pair in many ways as you prefer. For instance, during the day a short Kurti off the shoulder with a pair of skinny jeans is perfect. While for a night date a dhoti Kurti with no bottoms, side slit Kurti with fitting pants is a superb choice. Nonetheless, it is important to avoid embellished or embroidered Kurtis for they make you look too serious and yet your date requires a classy and fun date.
- The Puja event
Since the puja event is a prayer gathering. It is important to be decent and wear a traditional look. Fortunately, there are many types of ethnic Kurti looks that you can wear to this event. Therefore, look the part in this treasured event and during the small gatherings of the same that happen once in a while. As you choose the Kurti for this event remember it should be long, flared and with at least some embroidery and prints. Again, Anarkali Kurtis comes in handy as a perfect Kurti look for this ceremony. Alternatively, one long Kurti paired with palazzo pants and a dupatta will also be a complete look.
It’s the last month of the year and we aren’t over the fact that there will be so much fun parties to attend, as one has rightly said it that “life is just reality without any celebration”. This month surely has a lot more stored in for you with Christmas and New Year coming up and who would want to miss out a nice time hanging with their friends and family?!
So, without further ado let’s look at the list of the events!
- National Tribal Festival Aadi Mahotsav
Date- 1st– 15th December
Time- 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Venue- Jawahar Kala Kendra
2. Madhubani on Kettle Workshop by JCC
Date- 7th December
Time- 3:00 – 6:00 pm
- Farida Gupta Jaipur Exhibition
Date- 7th & 8th December
Time- 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Venue- Royale Lalit, Amrapali Marg, Vaishali Nagar
- Blu Moon Fest at Tablu with Dream Note & Atrangi Funkaar
Date- 7th December
Time- 8:30 – 11:00 pm
Venue- TaBlu – Hotel Clarks Amer
- Survival Instinct A New Stand up Special by Zakir Khan
Date- 8th December
Time- 7:00 – 9:30 pm
Venue- Deep Smriti Auditorium
- Jealous of Sabjiwala – Standup by Abhishek Upmanyu
Date- 8th December
Time- 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Venue- Nirmala Auditorium
- Shaadiyan: Bridal Fashion and Jewellery Show
Date- 8th December
Time- 2:00 – 9:00 pm
Venue- Hotel Clarks Amer
- Dahleez Lifestyle & Fashion Exhibition
Date- 13th December
Time- 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Venue- Fort Lounge, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg
- The Cultured Wedding Show
Date- 13th & 14th December
Time- 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Venue- Holiday Inn Jaipur City Centre
10. Excuse Me Brother ft. Aakash Gupta
Date- 15th December
Time- 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Venue- Indralok Auditorium, Jaipur
- Kitabay & Koffee – Books & Coffee Event
Date- 18th – 22nd December
Time- 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Venue- B.M. Birla Auditorium
- Jaipur Jewellery Show (16th Edition)
Date- 20th – 23rd December
Time- 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Venue- Jaipur Exhibition & Convention Centre
If you know any other event do let us know!
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India’s largest Saline water lake Sambhar lake, i.e home to both native and migrant birds and also one of the best places in the country for bird watching is facing a severe wildlife tragedy. The devastating news of the mysterious death of more than 18,000 birds at Sambhar Lake came out as a shock to everyone. It was the villagers and birdwatchers that began to notice the decomposed carcasses of the birds early this month that gradually increased the numbers in thousands. And soon it caught the world’s attention.
After the scientists did the research it was found out that the birds were infected by avian botulism. This is caused by a neurotoxin protein produced by bacteria named Clostridium botulinum. It was all because of heavy rain in July that the lake became brimful with water leading to a reduction in its salinity. So, when the water evaporated and filtrated into dry soil, across the edges of the lake it increased the salinity. Hence, the low-levels of saline water provided an ideal location for the manifestation of botulism and that caused the death of thousands of birds.
The Chief Minister ordered to dispose of the carcasses appropriately so that it does not spread around the areas. And that precautionary step is being taken so that the migratory birds that migrate to Sambhar Lake during winters do not get infected.
In the fast-developing era of technology, the media space is changing like never before. There is a need for a platform where professions, trends related to it, technological advances, challenges are discussed and debated.
The stage for the same is getting ready at the biggest Media Festival on 20th September 2019 at Fairmount Jaipur-
Talk Journalism has seen a successful run of five editions and now it is coming up with its sixth edition which is scheduled on 20th-22nd September 2019. The festival has been mainly designed to benefit all the professionals, students and enthusiasts of journalism.
Talk Journalism is an initiative of The Vox Foundation which aims at bridging this gap and takes a step towards initiating the media dialogue. The only dedicated festival that celebrates Media and Journalism and gives a platform to the aspiring media professionals to discuss and debate about related issues. The festival attracts the pioneers in media and lets them share their experiences about the industry with the audience. It is the most enriching experience in a journey of being a journalist.
For the students of Mass Communication and Journalism, this is a great platform where the students can meet these speakers and hear the words of wisdom from them. Aspiring media professionals can meet experts and can attend workshops by Google, Twitter, Facebook. Be a part of the Photography Competition and Quizzes. And the most important thing #TJ19 will be having HR Representatives of leading Media Houses and they will be on the lookout for interns at the event.
For those looking to carve a space in the media industry, here are few Talks and Workshops at #TJ2019 they should not miss-
- Restoring Faith in Journalism– Session by Pratap Bhanu Mehta, Sheshadari Chari, Pritish Nandy, Yashwant Vyas and Seema Chisti.
- Is Sports Journalism more placid than Political Journalism – Session by Ayaz Memon, Sharda Urga and Navneet Mundra.
- State of Satire- Cyrus Brocha a TV anchor, comedian, political satirist, columnist, podcaster and the author in conversation with Anant Jha.
4. Speaking Truth to Power- The Ramon Magsaysay Award winner and the Managing Editor of NDTV India Ravish Kumar and Eugene Robinson an associate editor of The Washington Post
5. Dateline Kashmir: Post article 370- The scrapping of Article 370 and the mixed thoughts about it will be discussed by the Rajesh Raina and Praveen Dhonti.
6. Is Serious Journalism Sustainable on Digital -Akash Banerjee, Govind Raj, Prasanna, Vignesh, Shivendra and Jairaj will be moderating.
7. Perils of being an Editor- A session by Siddhart Vardrajan, Srinivasan Jain, Prafulla Ketkar, Meenal Baghel and Arijit Sen.
8. Political Journalism: Is it all about access -Rahul Shrivastav, Narendra Nath, Mahesh Langa, Marya Shakeel and Tribhuvan.
9. Tackling Information- In a world where misinformation can lead to dangerous results, it is important to know how to tackle them. Jency Jacob, Prateek Sinha, HR Venkatesh and Trushar Barot will be taking this session.
10. Presentations- Facebook Presentation by Trushar Barot, Twitter presentation by Amrita Tripathi and Google workshop by Surabhi Malik
11. The Language of Journalism- Ashwani Pareek, Rahul Dev and Sandeep Purohit
Registrations for the event is entirely free.
Jazbaa 1.0, the festival of youth, leading towards social empowerment with modern age technology and providing start-up opportunities, culminating with a grand finale organized by IIEC community at G P Birla Auditorium, Rukmani Birla School Jaipur.
The power-packed digital extravaganza was unique matrimony of technology and empowerment where youth across India participated to launch their path-breaking digital creations that will empower society. Under the guidance of an educator and technocrat Mr Vimal Daga, occasion served as a concourse to unleash the brilliance in technology and entrepreneurship.
The event which was powered by Llinux World Informatics Pvt Ltd and RedHat provided the youth with a platform to meet and greet veterans from the world of digital technology, and learn insights from Mr Mahavir Shrama – Chairman, Rajasthan Angels (RAIN) and Mr Neeraj Bhatia, Director Commercials and Sales, RedHat.
Ambiance buzzed with excitement and happiness as the day progressed with
series of live sessions, interactions, and presentations, exchange of ideas
between students and educators and start-up professionals. Students indulged in showcasing their technological presentations on vivid social issues to the organizers who took the opportunity to Meet, Pitch and Team up with Young Entrepreneurs from their respective booths.
Monsoon is here and we cannot get over the serenity of Jaipur City. As the little pitter-patter drops fall from the sky they don’t just bring with them the petrichor but a wave of aesthetic pleasure which enhances the beauty of Pink City even more. The fresh green landscape of Jaipur with new life from the top. You don’t believe us, have a look.
- Picturesque view of Amer Fort covered in clouds
2. Lake ‘Sagar’, Jaigarh Fort and the lush green landscape
3. Like mystical clouds looming over Jal Mahal at Man Sagar Lake
4. Bird’s Eye view of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly or Vidhaan Sabha
5. Rain washed Wall City, Jantar Mantar, City Palace in one frame
6. Green cover on otherwise Barren hills of Jhalana and the Pink Houses
7. The City doesn’t rest even when it rains. View of Tripolia Bazaar and Choti Chaupar
8. Monsoon spellbound Jaigarh Fort
9. WTP through the droplets on the windshield
10. Paanch Batti after a shower of rain
11. Sanganeri Gate in the drenched walled city
12. Trimurti Circle and its glorious reflection
13. Last but not least – The bheeghi bheeghi walls of Jalmahal Palace
14. Believe us!! We are still in Jaipur 🙂
So, what are you waiting for? Go have fun and enjoy the saavan and the thandi-thandi hawa.