It’s been a long while since I had a chat with you guys ! So first of all, wishing all of you a very happy & prosperous New Year 🙂
As most of you may have noticed I have been away from the blogging scene since a long while. Last few months of 2016 have been a crazy mix of hectic work-schedules and demanding personal-relations. But all this while, the busy bee in me learnt how important it was to break the monotony of routine-life and keep up with what one loves to do !
And what’s better than catching up on some ‘alone time’, while hopping across serene landscapes and age-old fortresses in a city full of color, culture and life – Jaipur.
After covering a distance of 250 kms from Gurgaon to Jaipur via road, I checked into my hotel room almost around 3pm – Which explains that I hardly had any time left to explore the near by places in the city before the sun would set.
While on Day I my walk through the busiest route of Jaipur and a touch-and-go visit to Hawa Mahal was a short, crisp and quick one; My date with Amer fort on the next day was more relaxed, easy and calm.
Did you know ? – Ikat weave is a technique that uses a resist dyeing process as similar to tie-dye. It uses either the warp or weft to weave a pattern or design.
.. .. Hope this year’s first style-post blended with a hint of few personal clicks that I covered during my short stay in Jaipur brought a smile on your face !
See you soon,
Lots of love !