Connect with us





Spread the love
Read Time: 4 minutes

Life can begin at 60, it is all in your hands! Many people feel unhappy, health-wise and security-wise, after 60 years of age, owing to the diminishing importance given to them and their opinions. But, it need not be so, if only we understand the basic principles of life and follow them scrupulously. Here are ten mantras to age gracefully and make life after retirement pleasant.

1. Never say ‘I am aged’ :
There are three ages, chronological, biological, and psychological. The first is calculated based on our date of birth; the second is determined by the health conditions; the third is how old we feel we are. While we don’t have control over the first, we can take care of our health with a good diet, exercise, and a cheerful attitude. A positive attitude and optimistic thinking can reverse the third age.

2. Health is wealth:
If you really love your kith and kin, taking care of your health should be your priority. Thus, you will not be a burden to them. Have an annual health check-up and take the prescribed medicines regularly. Do take health insurance coverage.

3. Money is important:
Money is essential for meeting the basic necessities of life, keeping good health and earning family respect and security. Don’t spend beyond your means even for your children. You have lived for them all through and it is time you enjoyed a harmonious life with your spouse. If your children are grateful and they take care of you, you are blessed. But, never take it for granted.

4. Relaxation and recreation:
The most relaxing and recreating forces are a healthy religious attitude, good sleep, music, and laughter. Have faith in God, learn to sleep well, love good music and see the funny side of life.

5. Time is precious:
It is almost like holding a horses’ reins. When they are in your hands, you can control them. Imagine that every day you are born again. Yesterday is a canceled cheque. Tomorrow is a promissory note. Today is ready cash – use it profitably. Live this moment; live it fully, now, in the present time.

6. Change is the only permanent thing: We should accept change – it is inevitable. The only way to make sense out of change is to join in the dance. Change has brought about many pleasant things. We should be happy that our children are blessed.

7. Enlightened selfishness:
All of us are basically selfish. Whatever we do, we expect something in return. We should definitely be grateful to those who stood by us. But, our focus should be on the internal satisfaction and the happiness we derive by doing good for others, without expecting anything in return. Perform a random act of kindness daily.

8. Forget and forgive:
Don’t be bothered too much about others’ mistakes. We are not spiritual enough to show our other cheek when we are slapped in one. But for the sake of our own health and happiness, let us forgive and forget them. Otherwise, we will be only increasing our blood pressure.

9. Everything has a purpose:
Take life as it comes. Accept yourself as you are and also accept others for what they are. Everybody is unique and is right in his own way.

10. Overcome the fear of death:
We all know that one day we have to leave this world. Still, we are afraid of death. We think that our spouse and children will be unable to withstand our loss. But the truth is no one is going to die for you; they may be depressed for some time. Time heals everything and they will go on.

Share this article with all ’60s or going to be 60 and 60+ you may know 🙏😊

This beautiful article by Dr. Aloysius LOH: LIFE AFTER 60

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *






Spread the love
Read Time: 3 minutes

While the Sikhs celebrate Baisakhi across India; rest of India wonders if it is about doing the Bhangra and dancing.
No, it is not; Baisakhi holds a lesson for all Indians…… Especially in this day and age…

So this day in 1699, in a congregation of people from all across India…standing there listening to their Guru, Sree Gobind Rai. Gobind Rai asked for the human sacrifice of five men one after the other. Five men from different castes from different parts of India stood up from the crowd of thousands.

– A shopkeeper, Baniya called Daya Ram from Lahore
– A farmer, Jat called Dharam Das from Meerut
– A so-called low-caste water carrier called Himmat Rai from Jagannath Puri, Odisha
– A tailor, of Cheemba caste called Mukham Chand from Dwarka, Gujarat
– A barber, of Naai caste called Sahib Chand from Bidar, Karnataka

With his choice of disciples from five different corners of India, Gobind Rai Ji visualized the national dream… from the coast of Gujarat along Western Arabian Sea to coasts of Odisha along the Bay of Bengal; from the Great Plains of Punjab to the Gangetic Plain and then onto the Deccan peninsula covering Karnataka. Do not forget that at that time, all these were separate states; it was Guru Gobind Singh Ji that thought of all of them as one…this Baisakhi day of 1699.

With the choice of disciples from five different caste-groups, he visualized an integrated class-less society.
The five were christened as the First Five Khalsa Sikhs, and the five, in turn, christened their Guru as the sixth. Gobind Rai was now Gobind Singh Ji. All caste names and surnames were dropped, & a common surname was proposed for all Indians across India; a surname that denoted a caste-less, class-less creed of men willing to sacrifice themselves for the nation and against injustice.

And the Swaroop he chose for the class-less people was an amalgamation of the ancient Indian thought of Rishis (as mentioned by Guru Gobind Singh in the Sarbloh Granth) and the Kshatriya tradition of Warriors, hence the Jooda, the hairs, and the Talwar. The concept of Miri-Piri was coded in the dress-system of this new society envisioned by him. A group of people who were strong in Miri (Physical Strength and material possessions) and Piri (Spiritual Strength and humility)

So, the five so-called lower castes were given the temporal strength of a Rishi (a Brahmin citadel till then ) and the Physical responsibilities of a Kshatriya (a duty till then limited to the Rajputs). This motley group of people uprooted Afghan and Mughal rule from entire North India from the Yamuna to the Khyber pass, such was the power of this vision.

And this was the Indian that he envisioned from the five corners of HIS nation. Guru Gobind Singh Ji was visionary par excellence. His vision has been diluted and limited to Sikhism, that is a travesty. Awake India, awake to his vision. Leave those caste barriers, acquire knowledge, be strong in body and be a Khalsa in spirit. Your religion doesn’t matter. Khalsa is a state of mind, not just a religion.

This article curated from the web.

Continue Reading


Shravan 2019: Auspicious Festival for those Who Love Sweets



Spread the love
Read Time: 2 minutes

Shravan – the auspicious month as per the Indian calendar has already begun and the devotees have started worshiping Lord Shiva with full enthusiasm. It is one of the biggest festivals of the years.

Shravan month is devoted to Lord Shiva where people seek blessings by fasting and conducting prayers. During this month-long festival, Special puja is observed on every Monday in the month which is also called Shravani Somvar. The festivities are followed by Hindu mythology’s rules that’s why certain foods and practices are prohibited.

This month is a celebration of sweets, colors, colorful leheriyas, songs, Mehendi, different food items and many more. People exchange sweet dishes made up of flour, dry fruits, milk, etc. as gifts.

Sawan month witnesses different varieties of sweets. The most common and popular of all is Ghewar.

Ghewar is a sweet cake. Which is also known as ‘MONSOON CAKE’. People love ghewar around the globe. It is a traditional Rajasthani sweet in the shape of a disc.


Other than ghewar there are other sweets which are famous in Shravan month. One such dish is Gazar Pak. Gazar pak is sweet pudding from the Indian subcontinent. It is made by placing grated carrots, milk and sugar and dry fruits.


Peda is also famous sweets in this month. Peda is known pudding shaped sweet which were made in different parts of the country. It is famous in areas like Agra, Vrindavan, and Mathura, etc. During this month, in Jharkhand & Bihar peda is used as Prasad as well as to offer as a gift.


Other sweets like Motichoor Ke Ladoo, Kesar Rabri, Malpua, like Sohan Halwa, Raj Bhog, etc are also famous in different parts of the country during monsoons seasons.

Continue Reading


Why some people have all the Luck?




Spread the love
Read Time: 3 minutes

Why do some people get all the luck while others never get the breaks they deserve?

A psychologist says he has discovered the answer.

Ten years ago, I set out to examine luck. I wanted to know why some people are always in the right place at the right time, while others consistently experience ill fortune. I placed advertisements in national newspapers asking for people who felt consistently lucky or unlucky to contact me.

Hundreds of extraordinary men and women volunteered for my research and over the years, I have interviewed them, monitored their lives, and had them take part in experiments.
I carried out a simple experiment to discover whether this was due to differences in their ability to spot such opportunities. I gave both lucky and unlucky people a newspaper and asked them to look through it and tell me how many photographs were inside. I had secretly placed a large message halfway through the newspaper saying: “Tell the experimenter you have seen this and win $50.” This message took up half of the page and was written in type that was more than two inches high. It was staring everyone straight in the face, but the unlucky people tended to miss it and the lucky people tended to spot it.

Unlucky people are generally tenser than lucky people, and this anxiety disrupts their ability to notice the unexpected.
As a result, they miss opportunities because they are too focused on looking for something else. They go to parties intent on finding their perfect partner and miss opportunities to make good friends.

They look through newspapers determined to find certain types of job advertisements and miss other types of jobs.
Lucky people are more relaxed and open, and therefore see what is there rather than just what they are looking for. My research eventually revealed that lucky people generate good fortune via four principles. They are skilled at creating and noticing chance opportunities, make lucky decisions by listening to their intuition, create self-fulfilling prophesies via positive expectations, and adopt a resilient attitude that transforms bad luck into good.

Here are Professor Wiseman’s four top tips for becoming lucky:
1) Listen to your gut instincts – they are normally right
2) Be open to new experiences and breaking your normal routine
3) Spend a few moments each day remembering things that went well
4) Visualize yourself being lucky before an important meeting or a telephone call.

Have a Lucky day and work for it…

“The happiest people in the world are not those who have no problems, but those who learn to live with things that are less than perfect.”

“There is a great difference between “worry” and “concern.”
A worried person only sees the problem and a concerned person solves the problem!

May Luck be your side!!!

By Professor Richard Wiseman, University of Hertfordshire.

Continue Reading


Social rules help you to look Professional




Spread the love
Read Time: 3 minutes

1. Don’t call someone more than twice continuously. If they don’t pick up your call that means they have something more important to attend to.

2. Return money that you have borrowed even before the other person remembers lending it to you. It shows your integrity and character. Same goes with umbrellas, pens and lunch boxes.

3. Never order the expensive dish on the menu when someone is treating you for lunch/dinner. If possible ask them to order their choice of food for you.

4. Don’t ask awkward questions like ‘Oh so you aren’t married yet?’ Or Why didn’t you buy a house?’ For god’s sake, it isn’t your problem.

5. Always open the door for the person coming behind you. Doesn’t matter if it is a guy or a girl. You don’t grow small by treating someone well in public.

6. If you take a taxi with a friend, and he/she pays now, you pay next time.

7. Respect different political opinions.

8. Never interrupt people talking.

9. If you tease someone, and they don’t seem to enjoy it, stop it and never do it again.

10. Say “thank you” when someone is helping you.

11. Praise publicly. Criticize privately.

12. There’s almost never a reason to comment on someone’s weight. Just say, “You look fantastic.” If they want to talk about losing weight, they will.

13. When someone shows you a photo on their phone, don’t swipe left or right. You never know what’s next.

14. If a colleague tells you they have a doctors appointment, don’t ask what it’s for, just say hope you’re ok. If they want to talk about it they will and you don’t put them in the uncomfortable position of having to tell you their personal illness.

15. Treat the cleaner with the same respect as the CEO. Nobody is impressed at how rudely you can treat someone below you but people will notice if you treat them with respect.

16. If a person is speaking directly to you, staring at your phone is rude.

17. Never give advice until you’re asked

18. When meeting someone after a long time, unless they want to talk about it, don’t ask them their age and salary.

19. Mind your own business unless anything involves you directly — just stay out of it.

20. Take off your sunglasses if you are talking to anyone in the street. It is a sign of respect and more eye contact is as important as your speech.

This helpful article curated from the web.

Continue Reading






Spread the love
Read Time: 2 minutes

Conversation between a Husband ( H ) and a Psychologist ( P ) :

P: What do you do for a living Mr. Bandy?
H: I work as an Accountant in a Bank.

P: Your Wife?
H: She doesn’t work. She’s a Housewife only.

P: Who makes breakfast for your family in the morning?
H: My Wife, because she doesn’t work.

P: At what time does your wife wake up for making breakfast?
H: She wakes up at around 5 am because she cleans the house first before making breakfast.

P: How do your kids go to school?
H: My wife takes them to school because she doesn’t work.

P: After taking your kids to school, what does she do?
H: She goes to the market, then goes back home for cooking and laundry. You know, she doesn’t work.

P: In the evening, after you go back home from the office, what do you do?
H: Take rest, because I’m tired after work.

P: What does your wife do then?
H: She prepares meals, serves our kids, prepares meals for me and cleans the dishes, cleans the house then takes the kids to bed.

🍀 The daily routines of your wives commence from early morning to late at night.

That is called ‘DOESN’T WORK ??!!

🍀 Being Housewives do not need Certificate of Study but their ROLE is very important!

🍀 Appreciate your wives.

Because their sacrifices are uncountable.

This should be a reminder and reflection for all of us to understand and appreciate each other’s roles.

Someone asked her…….
Are you a working woman or a housewife ??

She Replied: Yes I am a full time working housewife.
I work 24 hours a day…..

I’m a “mum”,
I’m a wife,
I’m a daughter,
I’m a daughter-in-law…..
I’m an Alarm clock,
I’m a Cook,
I’m a Maid,
I’m a Teacher,
I’m a waiter,
I’m a nanny,
I’m a nurse,
I’m a handyman,
I’m a Security officer,
I’m a Counsellor,
I’m a comforter,

I don’t get holidays,
I don’t get sick leave,
I don’t get a day off……

I work through day and night…..
I’m on call……
All hours and get paid with a sentence…..
“What do you do all day?”

Dedicated to all women😘😊

🍀 A woman is like salt.
Her presence is never remembered but Her absence makes all the things tasteless!👍

This beautiful article curated from the web.

Continue Reading


Why children do not have any motivation in their life and remain dull?




Spread the love
Read Time: 8 minutes

Kids today are in a devastating emotional state! Most come to school emotionally unavailable for learning. There are many factors in our modern lifestyle that contribute to this.”

In her practice, my friend Victoria Prooday, OT is seeing something so widespread and alarming that I asked if I could share her thoughts. Due to the overwhelming interest and conversation on this topic, I am re-sharing her post.

I encourage every parent who cares about the future of his/her children to read it. I know that many would choose not to hear what she says in the article, but your children need you to hear this message.

Victoria writes:

I am an occupational therapist with years of experience working with children, parents, and teachers. I completely agree with this teacher’s message that our children are getting worse and worse in many aspects.

I hear the same consistent message from every teacher I meet. Clearly, throughout my time as an Occupational Therapist, I have seen and continue to see a decline in children’s social, emotional, and academic functioning, as well as a sharp increase in learning disabilities and other diagnoses.

As we know, the brain is malleable. Through the environment, we can make the brain “stronger” or make it “weaker”. I truly believe that, despite all our greatest intentions, we, unfortunately, remold our children’s brains in the wrong direction.

Here is why:


“I am Hungry!!” “In a sec I will stop at the drive-thru” “I am Thirsty!” “Here is a vending machine.” “I am bored!” “Use my phone!” The ability to delay gratification is one of the key factors for future success. We have the best intentions — to make our child happy — but unfortunately, we make them happy at the moment but miserable in the long term. To be able to delay gratification means to be able to function under stress. Our children are gradually becoming less equipped to deal with even minor stressors, which eventually become huge obstacles to their success in life.

The inability to delay gratification is often seen in classrooms, malls, restaurants, and toy stores the moment the child hears “No” because parents have taught their child’s brain to get what it wants right away.

We are all busy, so we give our children digital gadgets and make them “busy” too. Kids used to play outside, where, in unstructured natural environments, they learned and practiced their social skills. Unfortunately, technology replaced the outdoor time. Also, technology made the parents less available to socially interact with their child. Obviously, our kids fall behind… the babysitting gadget is not equipped to help kids develop social skills. Most successful people have great social skills. This is the priority!

The brain is just like a muscle that is trainable and re-trainable. If you want your child to be able to bike, you teach him biking skills. If you want your child to be able to wait, you need to teach that child patience. If you want your child to be able to socialize, you need to teach him social skills. The same applies to all the other skills. There is no difference!

We have created an artificial fun world for our children. There are no dull moments. The moment it becomes quiet, we run to entertain them again, because otherwise, we feel that we are not doing our parenting duty. We live in two separate worlds. They have their “fun“ world, and we have our “work” world. Why aren’t children helping us in the kitchen or with laundry? Why don’t they tidy up their toys? This is basic monotonous work that trains the brain to be workable and function under “boredom,” which is the same “muscle” that is required to be eventually teachable at school. When they come to school and it is time for handwriting their answer is “I can’t. It is too hard. Too boring.” Why? Because the workable “muscle” is not getting trained through endless fun. It gets trained through work.

Using technology as a “Free babysitting service” is, in fact, not free at all. The payment is waiting for you just around the corner. We pay with our kids’ nervous systems, with their attention, and with their ability for delayed gratification. Compared to virtual reality, everyday life is boring. When kids come to the classroom, they are exposed to human voices and adequate visual stimulation as opposed to being bombarded with the graphic explosions and special effects that they are used to seeing on the screens. After hours of virtual reality, processing information in a classroom becomes increasingly challenging for our kids because their brains are getting used to the high levels of stimulation that video games provide. The inability to process lower levels of stimulation leaves kids vulnerable to academic challenges. Technology also disconnects us emotionally from our children and our families. Parental emotional availability is the main nutrient for a child’s brain. Unfortunately, we are gradually depriving our children of that nutrient.

“My son doesn’t like vegetables.” “She doesn’t like going to bed early.” “He doesn’t like to eat breakfast.” “She doesn’t like toys, but she is very good at her iPad” “He doesn’t want to get dressed on his own.” “She is too lazy to eat on her own.” This is what I hear from parents all the time. Since when do children dictate to us how to parent them? If we leave it all up to them, all they are going to do is eat macaroni and cheese and bagels with cream cheese, watch TV, play on their tablets, and never go to bed.

What good are we doing them by giving them what they WANT when we know that it is not GOOD for them? Without proper nutrition and a good night’s sleep, our kids come to school irritable, anxious, and inattentive. In addition, we send them the wrong message. They learn they can do what they want and not do what they don’t want.

The concept of “need to do” is absent. Unfortunately, in order to achieve our goals in our lives, we have to do what’s necessary, which may not always be what we want to do. For example, if a child wants to be an A student, he needs to study hard. If he wants to be a successful soccer player, he needs to practice every day. Our children know very well what they want, but have a very hard time doing what is necessary to achieve that goal. This results in unattainable goals and leaves the kids disappointed.

You can make a difference in your child’s life by training your child’s brain so that your child will successfully function on social, emotional, and academic levels. Here is how:

1. Don’t be afraid to set the limits. Kids need limits to grow happy and healthy!!

Make a schedule for meal times, sleep times, technology time
Think of what is GOOD for them- not what they WANT/DON’T WANT. They are going to thank you for that later on in life. Parenting is a hard job. You need to be creative to make them do what is good for them because, most of the time, that is the exact opposite of what they want.
Kids need breakfast and nutritious food. They need to spend time outdoors and go to bed at a consistent time in order to come to school available for learning the next day!
Convert things that they don’t like doing/trying into fun, emotionally stimulating games

Surprise them with flowers, share a smile, tickle them, put a love note in their backpack or under their pillow, surprise them by taking them out for lunch on a school day, dance together, crawl together, have pillow fights😊
Have family dinners, board game nights (see the list of my favorite board games), go biking, go to outdoor walks with a flashlight in the evening.

Make them wait!!! It is ok to have “I am bored“ time – this is the first step to creativity
Gradually increase the waiting time between “I want” and “I get”
Avoid technology use in cars and restaurants, and instead, teach them waiting while talking and playing games
Limit constant snacking

Folding laundry, tidying up toys, hanging clothes, unpacking groceries, setting the table, making lunch, unpacking their lunch box, making their bed
Be creative. Initially make it stimulating and fun so that their brain associates it with something positive.

Teach them turn-taking, sharing, losing/winning, compromising, complimenting others, using “please and thank you”

From my experience as an occupational therapist, the kids change the moment parents change their perspective on parenting. Help your kids succeed in life by training and strengthening their brain sooner rather than later!

This helpful article curated from the web.

Continue Reading


The younger generation do not prefer to buy houses and cars!



Spread the love
Read Time: 5 minutes

Nowadays, the traditional measure of success — owning an apartment and/or a car — is out of date. An increasing number of young people around the world don’t want to buy them.

Research shows that the so-called millennial generation, who are now 30-35 years old, rarely buy houses and even more rarely — cars. In fact, they don’t buy super expensive things at all. In the USA, people under the age of 35 are called ’the generation of renters.’

Why does this happen?

Some sociologists say the current generation of young people differs from their parents’ generation. They have other values.

The youth today has reconsidered the concept of success, which means:

Successful people don’t buy property — they rent.

If you want to be considered successful, invest in experiences: travel, do extreme sports, build startups.

The point is that people now don’t want prosperity and stability — all they want is flexible schedules and financial and geographical independence.

People have started to have no interest in material things

Why own a car if you can take a cab? It’s almost a personal car with a driver. And it’s not more expensive than having your own car. Why buy a house in a beautiful place and go there for vacation, if you can find a place to stay through Airbnb in any corner of the planet? You don’t have to overpay for rent or buy a property in a country you love. The same thing with real estate in your hometown:

You don’t know how long you’ll stay where you live.

You can take on a mortgage for 40 years, or you can accept the fact that you’ll spend your whole life in a rented place.

You’ll probably change your job in the next few years. If you rent, nothing prevents you from moving closer to the office.

According to Forbes, modern young people change jobs every three years on average.

The concept of ownership is no longer relevant

James Hamblin, The Atlantic’s columnist, explains the phenomenon as follows: ’Over the past decade, psychologists carried out a great amount of research proving that, in terms of happiness and a sense of well-being, spending money on new experiences is much more profitable than buying new things. It brings more joy.’
Experiences help us make friends

Social interaction between people is crucial to whether they feel happy or not. Talking to others and having a lot of friends makes you a happier person. But would people rather hear about how you spent a year in a wild country or about how many apartments you’ve already bought?

Remember that even a bad experience can become a good story. Material things cannot.
Buying things makes us worry

There’s one more thing. The things we own, especially if they’re very expensive, make us worry about their condition. If you buy a car, you’ll flinch every time someone’s alarm sounds outside. If you buy a house and fill it with expensive items, you’ll be afraid of being robbed. Not to mention the fact that a car can be scratched or break down, and a super expensive TV might break after a year of usage. But no one can ever take away the experiences you have.

Every purchase will go down in price over time

Our parents weren’t able to travel as often as we do. There wasn’t a possibility to have so much fun. They didn’t have so many opportunities to start a new business. Therefore, they invested in houses and cars, and we don’t want to do that. After all, every purchase, if it’s not a house or an apartment, will depreciate over time. And if we think about how quickly real estate depreciates during a crisis, then everything becomes even more obvious.

Experience is the only thing that matters: it won’t go down in price, and no one can steal it.

TAKE HOME MESSAGE – The Author of the above article is from the USA and has explained a growing trait in the USA. But India is not far behind. More and more of my friends, family, and people I know who live in metros like Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, and Bangalore are shifting to the above mindset.

The change is happening really fast.

And experience has become the new age motivator.

Very soon youth in developing cities will understand the power of the above and adapt it.

It’s an evolutionary change, where we are moving away from Materialistic value to Higher Emotional Value to Life!

If we consider Maslow’s Pyramid, this is a further step towards greater happiness.

If we consider what Krishna Said in the Bhagwat Gita- Detachment is essential to experience Bliss!

If you still depend on Materialistic approach to happiness. Then this is a great time in the social evolution of society to experience the other side, without being considered a Rebel or having to break too many comfort zones!

CREDITS: This beautiful post curated and sourced from the web.

Continue Reading


Padma Shree Sehnaz Hussain is a pioneer in herbal healing and promoter of Ayurveda products, globally



Padma Shree Shehnaz Husain, her saloon and beauty brands
Spread the love
Read Time: 2 minutes

Padma Shree Shahnaz Husain is one of the India’s leading woman entrepreneurs, who has relentlessly promoted Ayurveda worldwide, with a crusader’s zeal.

She embraced India’s tradition of herbal healing, creating an international market for Ayurvedic beauty and health care.

Today, she heads the largest organization of its kind in the world with a global network of franchise salons, spa, retail outlets, beauty training academies, as well as 375 Ayurvedic formulations for beauty and health care.

Shahnaz Husain is also the pioneer of vocational beauty training in India. More than 4 decades ago, when only apprenticeship training was available, she started her beauty training academy, providing professional beauty training, in keeping with international standards. In fact, she has spoken at leading international universities, like Harvard, MIT, Oxford University and London School of Economics.

She spoke at Harvard Business School on how she established an international brand name without commercial publicity, becoming a Harvard Case Study. Today, she is a Harvard Subject in Business History for “Emerging Markets.”

The beauty world offers several lucrative career avenues, with tremendous opportunities for growth and specialization.

The Shahnaz Husain International Beauty Academy has trained thousands of students for lucrative and successful careers in beauty.

The beauty academy offers basic and advanced Diploma Courses, as well as advanced training in make-up, hairstyling, spa treatments, traditional Ayurvedic treatments, aromatherapy, Shahnaz Signature treatments, etc.

Shahnaz Husain has received several prestigious international awards. She became the first woman in 107 years to receive the World’s Greatest Woman Entrepreneur Award from the New York based Success Magazine, as well as Padma Shri Award.

Continue Reading


7 ways to make your mother feel awesome this Mother’s Day



Mothers day special
Spread the love
Read Time: 3 minutes

Saturday, 11 May 2019: Mother’s Day is around the corner and its time thanks her, celebrate with her, make her feel extremely lovable and honor her. Because the bond mother and child shares are very precious and never-ending. All through the years, she gives selflessly so that we may prosper and grow.

A mother’s love is everlasting and unconditional. Mom’s are a blessing! And Now the day has come to make your maa feel special. You can pamper her with some special gifts and make her feel more loved by putting in some extra effort.

To help you with it, here are some ideas:

Handwritten notes/ poems

Write a handwritten note four your mom, anything that comes from the heart is just a beautiful. This should be heartfelt display of gesture and appreciation. Describe her the reason why you feel she is special. Also tell her how much she means to you in your and life and appreciate the efforts that she has made for the family.

Public Acknowledgement

Everyone loves appreciation so she is. Mommy’s never gonna ask you to brag, but she loves to hear you talking nicely about her. Give your mom credit for the person you have become today. Respect her among her friends and peers with your kind words of praise.


Mumma’s done so many things for you that even you don’t know. Every single thing she has sacrificed on your behalf deserves your respect. She has earned it! Treat her with the utmost dignity and honor.

 Shopping day

Surely every mom loves shopping because that the one thing my mothers loves to do. Handbags, jewelry, shoes, makeup, or what not. Shop your heart out this Mothers’ Day! With so many stores offering discounts on this day, we are sure she will not hold herself back and come bag with many shopping bags.

If you are not able to accompany her to shopping, give a gift card to her so that’s he can shop as per her liking and doesn’t have to swipe the credit card.

Home-cleaning Service

This gift will surely make your mommy happy and glad. Give her a day off ask her not to do any household things and instead book a professional service. Then make her sit in the sofa, give her the TV remote and ask her just to relax. Nothing could be more enjoyable to her than this.

Spend some quality time with her

Spend some quality time with your maa on this mother’s day. Take a break from your daily routine and spend the whole day with her. You may also prepare her favorite dish and give her a surprise. She will always remember these little things you do for her forever.

Pamper her

Your mother, in the midst of all the running, doesn’t realize how tired she gets each day.

Make her feel good both inside and out. Spa treatments such as manicures, pedicures, massages, or salon days are likely to bring a smile to your mom’s face.

Hope your mother loves this gesture!!!

Wishing all the mom’s a very Happy Mother’s Day. We love You & We Care for You!!!

NewsViewsNetwork Bureau

Continue Reading


Sabyasachi Mukherjee celebrates 20 years: launches a splendid collection in collaboration with Christian Louboutin



Spread the love
Read Time: 2 minutes

Wednesday, 10 April 2019: One of India’s prominent designers Sabyasachi Mukherjee, recently completed 20th years in the fashion. He showcased new exclusive collection, titled Kashgaar Baazar, in collaboration with French fashion designer Christian Louboutin, at the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai.

Also, he presented an exclusive collection of handbags and shoes from the French label.

View this post on Instagram

Drawing inspiration from my first design collection – Kashgaar Bazaar- this collaboration explores the conflict between cultures, colours, textiles and crafts. Under the overarching theme of rustic baroque, the entire collection is a patchwork of different textile influences derived from the Silk Route. Strung together in an organic manner with beads, sequins, tinsel and silk thread. With a focus on resort and glamping, acid-burnt textiles, mirror-work, phulkari, zardosi, and inspirational techniques and motifs from Central Asian carpets constitute the foundation of the Christian Louboutin x Sabyasachi collaboration capsule, that has a potent tribal yet cosmopolitan energy. Photo Courtesy: The Sabyasachi Culture Foundation #Sabyasachi #ChristianLouboutin #CLxSabyasachi @cl.india @louboutinworld #KashgaarBazaar #TheWorldOfSabyasachi

A post shared by Sabyasachi Mukherjee (@sabyasachiofficial) on

The designer took to Instagram to announce the collaboration. “Under the overarching theme of rustic baroque, the entire collection is a patchwork of different textile influences derived from the Silk Route. Strung together in an organic manner, with beads, sequins, tinsel and silk thread. With a focus on resort and glamping, acid-burnt textiles, mirror-work, phulkari, zardosi, and inspirational techniques and motifs from Central Asian carpets constitute the foundation of the Christian Louboutin x Sabyasachi collaboration capsule, that has a potent tribal yet cosmopolitan energy”, he said.

View this post on Instagram

Drawing inspiration from my first design collection – Kashgaar Bazaar- this collaboration explores the conflict between cultures, colours, textiles and crafts. Under the overarching theme of rustic baroque, the entire collection is a patchwork of different textile influences derived from the Silk Route. Strung together in an organic manner with beads, sequins, tinsel and silk thread. With a focus on resort and glamping, acid-burnt textiles, mirror-work, phulkari, zardosi, and inspirational techniques and motifs from Central Asian carpets constitute the foundation of the Christian Louboutin x Sabyasachi collaboration capsule, that has a potent tribal yet cosmopolitan energy. Photo Courtesy: The Sabyasachi Culture Foundation #Sabyasachi #ChristianLouboutin #CLxSabyasachi @cl.india @louboutinworld #KashgaarBazaar #TheWorldOfSabyasachi

A post shared by Sabyasachi Mukherjee (@sabyasachiofficial) on

This grand event was glorified by B’town celebrities like Janhvi Kapoor, Isha Ambani Ananya Pandey,  Aditi Rao Hydari, Alia Bhatt and several other stars.

Sabyasachi Mukherjee has created a niche for himself in the fashion world with his beautiful designs. His clientele includes people from different parts of the world, film stars, and renowned socialites.

Here’s a look at the unseen moments from behind the scenes, and on the runway

NewsViewsNetwork Bureau

Continue Reading

More From NewsViewsNetwork

Subscribe To Our NewsletterDon't worry, we too hate spam.

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from around the world in your area of interest.