What you give to your guests at a wedding says a lot about how much you valued their presence. A high-quality food product wrapped in a gorgeous box will assure them of their importance. At Saffron, everything we do is gourmet. From our sweets to namkeens and the packaging, everything boasts of high quality and satisfaction. Saffron thrives on customer satisfaction and hence our gift packs are customizable. We love to hear what our customer wants and we make sure to deliver what they liked. For us every occasion is special and we make sure whether its as little as it a Kanjak thali or as grand as a wedding hamper, our gifts add some value to our customers, says Akansha Kohli, Owner, Saffron Gourmet Foods
WHY CUSTOMISED WEDDING HAMPERS FROM SAFFRON GOURMET FOODS?
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Wedding Vows Shopping Mall
Buying online is much more convenient and safe in times of panedemic as compared to offline shopping. One can explore endless designs in any category or style as per ones wishes. Also, most online players now provide options such as virtual try-on, where one can try on all accessories using Augmented reality techniques. Sizing charts, education blogs, styling tips and real-time customer support makes it even more enriching an experience. Apart from the ease of shopping, there is a chance that you may get a better deal online, as it costs a lot to run a showroom - why not extend some of the savings to customers as well, says Rishabh Jain Assistant manager, ECom, Mia by Tanishq.
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INTERVIEW WITH DR CHYTRA V ANAND AN INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED CELEBRITY COSMETIC DERMATOLOGIST
Weddings are memorable moments. Weddings in India are no less than a carnival and when you start a celebration on a high note, you wish to end them on a high note too. Ideally, we would want them to last forever, for the bride and groom, but also for their family and friends. Return gifts are one way of making this happen. And according to me the best way to do it is by sending your guests back home with a beautiful pack of gourmet gits pack. Obviously, prestigious weddings call for prestigious return gifts such as gourmet products.
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MY Greatest PASSION - AN EXCLUSIVE INERVIEW WITH RUKHSAR REHMAN
In a career spanning close to three decades, actress Rukhsar Rehman has done several film, TV and web projects. She made her film debut in 1992 with a lead role in Deepak Anand's Yaad Rakhegi Duniya. She was also part of Inteha Pyar Ki opposite Rishi Kapoor. After a sabbatical, she returned to acting in films in 2005 with the crime drama D and Sarkar, both helmed by Ram Gopal Verma. Her other Bollywood ventures include God Tussi Great Ho , The Stoneman Murders, Benny and Babloo, Knock Out, Allah Ke Banday, Shaitan, PK and Uri - The Surgical Strike, among others. She has also been part of a critically acclaimed Malayalam film, Take Off. Her latest web series, The Gone Game, is a crime thriller that airs on Voot. It has received rave reviews from the audience and critics, alike.
FASHION TALK WITH CELEBRITY DESIGNER ARPITA MEHTA
Designer Arpita Mehta charted her journey in the world of fashion in 2009, and has since become a new-age force to be reckoned with. The label’s minimalist yet fashion-forward fare brings about a seamless blend of ethnic and contemporary designs that enhances the feminine silhouette. Arpita Mehta's name has consequently become synonymous with her signature aesthetic of hand-embroidered mirror work ensembles in trendy cuts and eclectic colour palettes. As a creative visionary, Arpita's eponymous label is best known for its flattering take on Indian wear that views fashion as a form of self-expression to make the wearer feel confident and beautiful.
BRIDE OF THE MONTH MUSSKAN SETHI
Musskan Sethi is an Indian actress and model. She came into the spotlight after her debut movie 'Paisa Vasool'. She has also taken professional training in contemporary, hip-hop, jazz, and salsa dance styles from Ashley Lobo. Musskan was also seen in the Punjabi movie 'High End Yaariyan' in 2019. Besides essaying a pivotal role in the upcoming suspense-thriller 'Raagala 24 Gantallo', Musskan was recently seen in the web-series, 'Love Sleep Repeat', directed by Abhishek Dogra. She is gearing up for her Bollywood debut with 'Kya Masti Kya Dhoom', which is set to release by the end of this year.
ADORN YOUR WRISTS
There is something so timeless about a wrist jewellery – no wonder they’re often gifted at festivals and weddings. Bangles, kadas, cuffs or bracelets are the most popular forms of jewellery. According to Abhishek Kajaria, Owner/ founder, Avama Jewellers, “The staying power of the wrist jewellery speaks volumes. Nestled among more bracelets or solo as your stand-alone piece, a women’s wrist jewellery is an expertly utilitarian piece of jewellery. Wearing a bangle or a bracelet is much more than adorning your wrist. It is the aesthetic side of things — some designs are truly iconic additions to any outfit or style."
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IN SEASON Chickpeas (GARBANZO BEANS)
Chickpeas appear in early recordings in Turkey well over 5000 years ago. India produces the most chickpeas worldwide but they are grown in more than 50 countries. An excellent source of carbohydrates, protein, fiber, B vitamins, and some minerals, they are a nutritious staple of many diets. The name chickpea comes from the Latin word cancer, referring to the plant family of legumes, Fabaceae. It is also known by its popular Spanish-derived name, the garbanzo bean. Kidney beans, black beans, lima beans, and peanuts are other familiar foods found in this legume family.
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Giving More, Taking Less
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Moringa – Cook With Color
In India, moringa has long been used medicinally. This nutrient-dense green food, best known for its energy-boosting and anti-inflammatory properties, adds a mild spinach flavor to recipes like this delicious dip.
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YOGA & PEACE
DEEPAK CHOPRA speaks with DAAJI about the role Yoga has to play in bringing about world peace. This is an excerpt from their conversation broadcast on International Day of Peace, September 21, 2020. That documentary is available at https://heartfulness.org/en/international-day-of-peace/.