Tijara Fort Palace is a palace situated in a hilltop in Alwar, some 100 km from Delhi (easily accessible by roads). It is super pretty and rustic, has an old world charm and is yet modern. The best part about the wedding decor was it was SO minimal. you just needed some bright pop of colors here and there to compliment the rustic architecture.
Latest on the Blog
As I sip down my pack of Frooti (which, by the way, I refer to as a pack of happiness), I am trying very hard to put together my thoughts structurally on a few topics I have wondered a a lot about in the last decade, and more so in the last year. How do […]
December is that month of the year when literally EVERYONE is on a holiday. This is the super cozy, festive time of the year (although Mumbai is quite hot). Visiting a place you have never been to before: For me this year, that place was Udupi in Karnataka(some 60 km away from Mangalore airport). I […]
Turns out that making Chinese Chicken Noodles at home is much easier than what I had anticipated 🙂 Here goes the recipe: In a pan, add the entire packet of Noodles (I had Ching’s Hakka Noodles) and cook it in sim for ~7 mins. Add a pinch of salt in it as well. In another […]
This Diwali, decorate your homes with pretty stuff made by YOU!
Happiness often sneaks in a door you did not know was open. Literally!
First “Sunshine Thoughts” feature of the blog: its about something we feel deeply or some article we have read online and thought was worth sharing and will make people smile :).
Picturesque Notting Hill, through my camera!
Read what Joyee and Priyangi has to say about their new venture 🙂
A “Mumbai Street” themed pre-wedding shoot for Soumil and Akanksha