Wedding season is upon us everywhere. How many weddings are you going to this month? I would be going to some myself if i were in India right now. I just missed one of my friends' wedding last month, and gonna miss another friend's in August. Its not a good feeling i tell you. But if you are gonna be attending weddings, then you need to check out today's post to find some new ways to spice up your saris this season. These ideas are great alternatives if you are under budget to buy a new saree, and tired of wearing the same ones over and over. Just add a little accessory like a belt or change up the blouse for a peplum top or jacket, and you have a new trendy outfit to rock that friend's wedding or be the talk of the party at your cousin's.
Indus Creations is performed by Tamilians who live in USA, they are all passionate about theatre and are volunteering for this show. Hundreds of volunteers dedicating months of time for their passion was something we wanted to witness and be a part of too.
Images via pinterest & polyvore
Highlight of the dayToday i am sharing details about a not so great day of our trip, but i guess its only fair to share the bits that didn't work out on a vacation as well as the things that did. On the third day(check day 1 & day 2 here), we had some things to take care of that took all morning and had a late start to Talkeetna post lunch, it was around 2 hours drive. Weather was perfect and clear the first two days of our trip, but on third day it was all rainy and cloudy. So we had a hunch that we weren't going to see much on our flight-seeing tour that we had planned to take to go see the Mt. Mckinley(highest mountain peak in North america) in Denali National Park. Once we reached, the operator confirmed that we wont be able see the peak of Mt. Mckinley, but promised to show lot of other mountains near by that weren't covered by clouds. But we didn't wanna spend $200+ per person and not see what we wanted to see, so we didn't take the tour.