What Tips You Got To Consider While Purchasing Saree

One of the most required things we cannot overlook of present times fashion is our cultural apparel. Being in style is something which we would love and enjoy doing each time every time. Indian woman are generally not stylish but their elegance is enough to explain a lot in less. You may be able to solve most of your problems of wearing “what” on “what” occasion by completely relying on your Indian ethnic wear. With a lots of choices for you in apparel, you will look at your best in the Indian ethnic apparel known as saree. There are hundreds of designer saree to buy online in India and you would love to have a look at it.

There is no dress in this world than saree that can show you how to look extremely gorgeous. It is in the last few years that the trend of this saree has changed like anything. Indians wear it in different ways and all of them look absolutely fabulous. The fast changing lifestyle has still not been able to affect the beauty and elegance saree showcases. These are the times when you feel that nothing is better than a saree.
Below is the list of essential tips for fashion that Indian women love to wear and look extremely stylish –

1. You need to understand the frame of your body if you want to select the traditional wear such as sarees – If you are a quite plumpy and have fats deposited around the sides of your waist, then it would be better if you do not wear sleeveless cuts. There are the dark colours that can be chosen and you can better avoid the lighter shades.

Then there are prints that are vertical in line and are small. They give woman a gorgeous slim look. There are women with heavy built and it would be better if they avoid kota and cotton sarees.  They can instead go for Georgette and chiffon sarees. If you have a medium built then there are fawn and beige that are considered as the best colours whom you will love to wear. If you are trying to search blouses, then you can look for net material blouses that are extremely beautiful and you would absolutely love them for their elegance and incomparable charm you would find.

2. You can wear colours that look great on your skin tone. There are Indian women who are fairly gorgeous and they can try a number of shades of copper and gold. If you have a wheatish or dusky complexion then try making the concoction of white, bronze, beige, and gold. They are extremely beautiful and look perfect. Darker complexioned women can really appear at their best in copper and golden shades and colours.

3. Your self-confidence is perfect to carry you from your jeans to sarees – yes it definitely is! If you think that buying only from a reputed designer will make you look great and flawless, then let me tell you that you are absolutely wrong. You can equally and in fact, you can flaunt your beauty and poise in traditional attire more than you can do in the western attire. Find some of the latest designs on the most popular websites such as the Facebook or Instagram.

Planning for long Weekends

WORK! WORK! WORK!   We all are very much occupied from Monday to Friday while continuously working at our desk with full dedication. Do not spare time for ourselves even when we are at home, What all we do after such a long tiring work is to eat and take rest during weekends, subsequently prepare ourselves for another upcoming Monday with all the tiring work grind again for rest of the week.

Who doesn’t want a break from routine? Who doesn’t want a long weekend to enjoy with family/friends?  Who does not want to rejuvenate so to face the tiring and routine lifestyle again in office?

Everyone wants a break from hectic routine. Everyone wants to have fun and relaxation without being tensed about work, meeting deadlines and stressed out due to the pressure of meeting expectations.

Pre Planning for Long Weekend Outing

But then again, while going for a long weekend, escaping from your daily routine comes with a price of planning and packing in advance.

Planning requires many things to be considered beforehand.What should I carry with me?What should I wear on the journey?

What kind of dress should I pack for the party, the dinner, and trip to explore the city?

There are many things, you have to plan to go for a long weekend outing.

Packing these kinds of stuff is not a difficult or tiring task; the difficult task is to decide.

It is to choose which garb to pack. Let us help you a little in this weary task.

Here are some ideas that you might wanna consider for attires to be packed.

“Travel and change of place impart new vigour to the mind.” Travelling is something which we all love. But even during travel, we have to clinch what clothes we want to wear. As it is very much important for us to be comfortable even during travel. These are some of the garbs you might want to take a look to determine from.

Dress by default – You never want to dress up like a bum or a hobo to go on a journey. You won’t want to overdo your look, but you won’t even want to look like someone who just woke up from the bed.


Dress up comfortably– Dressing up comfortably is a must. You won’t want to wear your tight jeans for travelling. Wearing some trousers, joggers who have some room in them are ideal to wear for a journey. Wearing fitting t-shirts or shirts in which we feel tight is never comfortable to wear for an expedition. It would be best if you go with your loose tees to wear for a trip.

Use quality luggage – Luggage is a vital thing for your travel. You would always want a luggage which would keep your clothing safe, keep you organized and at last your luggage should be able to take thumping here and there and still protect your gadgets. Luggage should be easy to carry and light in weight.

Comfortable shoes – Wearing comfortable shoes is as crucial as wearing a comfortable attire. You can never expect to have a comfortable journey wearing your heels or wedges or even your many straps boots. Wearing sports shoes & sneakers is the best option to go with other than slippers/floaters. Both slippers and shoes would be very comfortable for you to wear and remove whenever you wish without doing much work.

Some travelling tips and tricks that’ll help you a lot –

  • Pack less: Do you really need six pairs of heels, an iron and 6 jeans? Travelling with the least luggage should be your goal. Take less and you’ll travel faster and easier if travelling by flight then even cheaper.
  • Learn a little: Learning a new language never hurts. So learn few words o the local language and have the courage to use them. Just a few words will go a long way; locals tend to warm to those who try communicating to them in their own tongue.
  • Hoodie: Always pack a hoodie in your luggage. Hooded tops make excellent travel garments, just slip up your hood to retreat from the world of noise and light when you want to sleep.
  • Bring your earplugs: If silence is golden, then ear plugs are worth their weight in platinum. For a long trip, invest in some good noise cancelling headphones. They are worth every penny to tune out a noisy road, snoring man or chattering people.
  • Pack reading stuff: Always pack some stuff that you can read on your long journey, be it a paperback or Kindle. Kindle are made for long travels, no more carrying heavy paperbacks, increasing your luggage weight and have many books to read.
  • Roll your clothes while packing rather than folding them.
  • Carry Sun glasses & Sun Screens to take care of yourselves from  intense sun beams
  • Carry little extra cash: Always carry cash, while travelling. Not too much as it can get stolen and you’ll always have ATM to take out some cash. Carrying some cash is required as what if the ATM you go to stopped working or doesn’t have cash. So have some cash with you that you can use when necessary.
  • Keep balm / Mosquito repellent: Balm not only soothes your sore muscles after a lot of travelling but also works as an insect repellent, mosquito repellent is other must have in the travel.
  • Wake up early: Rise before sunrise, it’s a magical time for clicking photos due to soft diffused light. Have the best attractions to yourself while avoiding crowds.
  • Don’t feel embarrassed: Even if you do something embarrassing, don’t feel embarrassed. Laugh at yourself with others. Don’t be afraid if things are screwed up. You will definitely look like a fool while travelling to new places. But it’s worth enjoying every moment.
  • Take a lot of photos: Great photos are ultimate souvenirs. You meet those people once so capture with your camera in a form of photo.
  • Back up: Keep a backup of your documents like passport, driver’s license, etc. backup your files and photos of your computer on an external hard drive and online with some storage in the cloud. You never know when your laptop, wallet or luggage might get stolen.
  • Get lost: Write down the name of your hotel so you can catch a taxi back if needed, then just pick up a direction and start walking. Explore the place on your own. You’ll get to see how people live and work in different regions, the actual part of the town with your own eyes rather than other tourist or someone else’s eyes.
  • Eat local food: Going to a new place and not eating their local food, that’s absurd. Go, eat and explore their taste and delicacies.
  • Break out of your comfort zone: Go on a solo trip. Break out of your comfort zone, meet new people, interact with them, learn from them and make some lifetime memories.

Well, we need to really work well before we start our unforgettable journey ….Have a wonderful time!!!

RAKHI – Know it all

It’s time of the year again where all brothers and sisters are extremely busy. Brothers, trying to find the perfect gift for their sweet sister and sisters finding or making an ideal Rakhi and waiting for presents. We’ve all celebrated this festival for years and years. As a kid, we waited for it for the gifts and the delicacies

Getting all grown up now, it’s about going home and spending time with family. Ever wondered why we celebrate Rakhi? What is it all about? When do we celebrate it? What are the legends associated with it? This little girl tying Rakhi to her brother also wondered of all this. Listen to their convo and find out all you wanna know about Rakhi.

“Bhai, why do I have to tie a thread to your wrist?”

You have to, as we are celebrating Raksha Bandhan. On this day, you prepare a Rakhi thali or the Pooja Ki Thali with the Tilak, Diya, Sweets, and Rakhi. Then you apply tilak on my forehead and tie this Rakhi on my wrist. After that, you feed me sweets and I give you gifts.”

“Rakhi? But what is the significance of Rakhi?”

Significance? Well, the main concept of rakhi is protection. The word Raksha means protection, and Bandhan is a verb to tie. Just like the thread that priest tied on our wrist yesterday that was also for protection. It is not necessary that you tie Rakhi only to your blood-related Bhai. You can find any boy and adopt him as your brother by tying a Rakhi. This ritual transcends the boundaries of the family and strengthens the bond of love.

“Ok. So when is Rakhi celebrated?”

We celebrate Rakhi on the full moon in the month of Shraavana in the Hindi lunar calendar.

“Does this have any mythological reference also??”

Yes. It does have mythological reference also. According to Bhavishya Purana, once Indra, the Kind of Devas was facing defeat at the hands of Vritra Ashura. So Deva Guru Brihaspati advised him to wear a Rakhi as a protection against enemies (demons). Accordingly, a “Madadiyu” a sacred thread was tied on the wrist of Indra. When Indra entered the battlefield with the “Madadiyu” tied on his wrist, the devil starts off to evolve to lose and lost the battle.

As per another mythological allusion, Rakhi was intended to be the worship of the sea-god Varuna. The offering of coconuts, ceremonial bathing, and fairs at waterfronts accompany this festival. Usually, fishermen offer coconut and Rakhi to the sea god Varuna- this festival is known as Nariyal Poornima.

“Who tied the first Rakhi?”

There are many tales as to who tied the first Rakhi. It is tough to pinpoint exactly when this joyous occasion originated.

This one comes from the battle between Alexander the Greek King, and Porus, the Hindu King. Wife of Alexander sent a sacred thread to Porus asking him not to kill her husband in the battle. In the battle when Porus was about the deliver the final blow he saw rakhi on his hand and restrained himself from attacking Alexander personally.

Then there is one of King Humayun and Queen Kamravati. It is said that the queen Amravati the queen of Chittoor had sent a rakhi to Humayun to protect her from Bahadur Shah. Humayun was engaged in the expedition against Bengal but returned as soon as he can but he was too late. Chittoor had already fallen the Rani had immolated herself as per the Rajput custom in Jauhar.

“Does Rakhi have many names??”

Yes. Rakhi is known by different names. Rakhi is known by many regional names as there are different regions and different languages. In north as well as west India, it is celebrated as “Rakhi Poornima”. In south India, it is often called ‘Avani Avittam’ or ‘Upakarmam’. In the Western Ghats, the festival is known as ‘Nariyal Poornima’. All of the central India celebrate the jubilant festival of Rakhi is celebrated as ‘Kajari Poornima’. 

“Is Rakhi only tied to boys, don’t girls get Rakhi tied to their wrists?”

Lumba Rakhi’ where one tie Rakhi on the wrist of their sister-in-law. This practice is done mostly in Rajasthan and in Gujarat. In some families which only have daughters, sisters often tie Rakhi on each other’s wrist too. Who says only brothers can protect you?

“So, is Rakhi only celebrated our country?”

No. although it is widely celebrated in India countries like Nepal, Mauritius as well as Hindu and Sikh community in Pakistan also celebrate it.

“Is Rakhi celebrated only by Hindus?”

No. Rakhi is a secular festival. It is celebrated by many other culture people also. Jain culture also has the tradition of tying the Rakhi. Jain priests give sacred threads to devotees. In Sikh, ‘Rakhadhi’ is important. In Nepal, Raksha Bandhan is known as ‘Janai Purnima’ or ‘Rishitarpani’, the ceremony of tying a rakhi is celebrated by both Hindus and Buddhists.

“What is so special about Rakhi? We have so many different festivals? So why is Rakhi so special?”

Rakhi is special because there are no boundaries when it comes to region or religion. It brings men and women together who may not be blood-related to feel like family. It promotes peace, harmony, love and care between individuals, irrespective of which region or religion you belong to.

“How do you decided what kind of a gift you want to give to your sister?”

Well, that is a tough question. We must put a lot of thought in getting you gifts. For example, if a person is to give a gift to his sister who is in college, then he can gift her a good dress or T-shirt or traditional dress like Anarkali or a makeup kit. If his sister is young kid, he can gift her chocolates, dresses or toys

“Have Rakhi changed in years gone??”

“Yes. There are many changing trends in Rakhi. The way of celebrating Rakhi has changed with the change of time. But main traditional festivities remain same as they were years back.

There are numerous designs, shapes, and materials in which Rakhi is available. Few types of Rakhi include – cartoon, sandalwood, musical, floral, zari rakhi etc., however, still a simple thread Rakhi with stones/beads etc. is favorite of many brothers.

As Rakhi have such a huge variety so does the Rakhi thalis. People embellish these Rakhi thalis with roli-chawal, Rakhi threads, and flowers.”

“We get a message from every festival we celebrate, so, what is the message we get from Rakhi??”

Rakhi conveys an intrinsic message of universal brotherhood and sisterhood. It conveys a message that has socio-spiritual significance underscoring the need for nurturing of positive qualities, purity in thought, word and deed. Raksha Bandhan symbolizes the unmatched bond of love, respect, and care.”

The most awaited festival for sisters is Rakhi. The joy of festivals lies in food, new clothes and getting dressed up. You can wear any kind of clothing you want on Rakhi there is no “compulsion” in wearing traditional for Rakhi.”

Chilled-out look

Are you one of those sisters who dress up in a chilled out, laid back way? If yes then this look is for you. Wear any casual outfit, team it up with a neck-piece with multiple chains and voila! You are good to go for the Rakhi.

Modern look

If you are the kind of sister who likes attention and making heads turn to look second time again and admire. This is the look for you. Wear modern look and be the talk of your cousins get together. 

Traditional look

If you are among the people who think that traditional is the best. This is the look for you. With AnarkalisSareesand Lehenga in so many different colors, patterns, textures, it gives you a huge variety to choose from along with your accessories.

Boho look

 If you are someone, who is always willing to try new things and new colors, prints, tassels, this is you! This look is for someone who is always willing to do experiments with their outfits, who want to try something fun, not for the ones who want something safe. Embrace your inner personality with these styles.

Know the festival you celebrate. Have a happy time buying gifts and making or buying Rakhis.

                               HAPPY RAKHI!!!

 

Originally posted at “www.indzola.com

Rajasthan Art & Craft

Rajasthan (literally, ‘Lands of kings’) is India’s largest state by area. It is among the richest states in the country as far as the field of art and craft is considered. It is well known all over the world for its hand-printed textiles, furniture, leatherwork, jewelry, painting, pottery and metal craft. The ethnic aura envelops even the simplest forms making each one a collector’s delight.

Fabrics of Rajasthan

Rajasthani fabrics are decorated with wonderfully vibrant colors. They use fabrics like cotton, silk, and wool to make attractive designs and textures.

Tie & Dye:

This art is called ‘Bandhej’. In this the clothes are dyed along with the undyed points, giving a distinctive look. This is a highly skilled art. A DE-starched cotton fabric (it can be done by soaking it in water overnight) is used for ‘Bandhej’. Next, the design & patterns of the motif like flower, leaves etc. is prepared. Now the motif is tied according to your pattern with the help of threads. The beauty of the technique is in the fact the each & every way you tie will get you a new design every time.
The complete cloth along with tied motifs is dyed now. After dying, washing and drying the fabric, all the knots are opened and the fabric is ready with extravagant patterns.

Block Painting:

Rajasthan is the heart of block printing. Most of the work is done by hand only. The art of block printing & dyeing is connected with home furnishing and fabric for personal wear. The main centers for the block printing are Sanganer and Bagru.

Jewelry of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is famous especially for silver ornaments. Each part of Rajasthan is known for its own distinct style of silver jewelry. The craftsmen of Jaipur, known for their high-quality enamel work, use enamel colors such as red, blue, white, black, green, yellow and golden which are derived from minerals.
Creatively crafted pieces of jewelry use combinations of enameling and Kundan work which are unique to Rajasthan. Kundan is the art of setting stones in jewelry.

Lac & Glass:

  • Lac has mainly used bangles and decorative items. Lac bangles are made in bright colors. These bangles and decorative items are inlaid with glass and colored stone.
  • The process of making lac bangles includes quite less technology & need a very less space. Making of lac is a quite tiresome process which involves a lot step to produce the shellacs. Lac shellacs are melted in vessel & when it is in a semi-molten state, the mixture is stirred & attached on the end of wooden stick
  • Then the lac attached to the wooden is slowly heated when the lac starts heating & softening it is pressed against a metal plate (Silla), simultaneously in intervals with a flat wooden tool locally known as HATTA.
  • When lac is warm & soft, the colored lac of the desired color is heated & melted & then it is evenly rubbed along lac to achieve the color. After applying the color it is craftsman roll out the lac till a required length & thickness.
  • The lac is converted into the shape of bangles and after that craftsman inserts a completed lac bangle into a wooden mandrel to give it a proper size & shape.
  • Rajasthan is rich in jewelry, each area having its own unique style. Some of the traditional designs are rakhri, tirnaniyan, bala, bajuband, gajra, gokhru, jod, etc.

Furniture and Wood Carving

Rajasthan excels in the art of making “antique furniture”. Doors and windows, wooden jharokhas, tables with cast iron jaalis, sideboards, chairs, benches, jhoolas or swings, and dressers are made to resemble the furniture that was in vogue in Havelis a hundred years ago.
Marble tops for tables are also popular, and screens are available with both painted panels and brass embellishments. The range of paintings of the Rajasthani furniture is one of the special features of Rajasthani furniture.
These paintings are flexible having very distinctive styles of their own as these paintings are examples of rich craftsmanship. The color scheme is mainly traditional, bringing the impact of rich cultural heritage to the forefront.

Puppets:

Inexpensive souvenirs, they recall more easily than most other things when it comes to memories of a state of chivalrous kings and beautiful queens. Painted wooden heads, hands made simply by stuffing rags or cotton into the sleeve of the dress, with painted expressions, arched eyebrows, mustache for men and nose ring for women and large expressive eyes on their face, puppets are draped with dresses made from sequined old fabrics.

Leather-wear

The hides of dead animals have never been put to better use than in Rajasthan whether as Mojari jutis (the embroidered footwear) or as saddles, bags, and pouches. Jaipur and Jodhpur are the traditional centers for jutis.
Rajasthan with a treasure of history, picturesque architecture, magnificent art & culture and the bewitching landscape is an unparalleled destination.

Originally posted on “https://www.indzola.com/

How successful are you really? Let the wellness wheel decide!

What cells are to the body, employees are an to an organization. Cells are the most basic and fundamental unit of an organism.A collection of similarly functioning cells forms a tissue, a tissue further forms an organ, an organ form an organ system and ultimately the organism’s body.

To keep a body healthy and properly functioning, it is important to maintain the cells healthy.In the same way, employees are the basic and fundamental unit of any organization.

To maintain the prosperity of the organization and for it to reach to new heights, it is essential for the organization to keep their employees healthy and happy.

When a cell is stressed it does not work properly to its full potential and hence we can see its effect on the body of the organism. The same way if the employee is unhealthy or stressed, it’s not possible for them to work efficiently and their lack of work will have its impact on the overall work of the organization.

Employees face many problems while working in the organization, let’s take a look at some of them:


1. COMMUNICATION GAP

The biggest problem with any relationship is the lack of communication. And that extends beyond the personal life and into the work life.
The issue starts when employees avoid speaking upfront to their employers for fear of retribution, a valid feeling in many cases.
But there are plenty of things employers can do to open the lines of communication, like making time for employees, giving feedback, listening closely, asking questions and above all else, not hiding in the office and directing traffic solely through emails.


2. BIASED PAY

It’s hard to find an employee who thinks they make too much money. So the best employers can do is live up to fair-wage standards.
Complaining about salary, in most cases, won’t increase a worker’s wage. What employees can do to boost their paychecks is emphasize their experience, improve their education, point out positive performance reviews, work less desirable, but higher paying shifts, and exemplify successes.


3. UNDER APPRECIATION

When an employee feels unappreciated at work, the stress it creates can have a fatal blow to the company’s productivity and bottom line.
There are several ways to display appreciation, but the simplest ones are sometimes all that’s necessary.


4. OVERBURDEN

If you’ve never felt overworked at one time in your career, you probably don’t have a pulse. Aside from not getting paid enough, this is probably the most common complaint, an employee has – whether it’s true or not.
And it certainly can have more impact than getting a hundred bucks less in your paycheck.
The toll on overworked employees can include fatigue, irritability, weight gain, insomnia, and a whole host of other physical and mental ailments.


5. FAVORITISM

If someone receives special treatment at work, it’s bound to ruffle the feathers of fellow employees.
Whether it’s more money, an undeserved promotion or a better schedule, favoritism by an employer can be a destructive force to morale.


6. AMATEURISH MANAGERS

There’s at least one in every company. The man or woman who people shake their head at and ask, “How in the world did they get that job?”
Thousands of unqualified bosses slip up the ranks and into positions they have no right to hold. It’s just part of the work life, and it aggravates the heck out of employees.
There’s not a lot of workers can do if they’re under the thumb of a bumbling boss, so turn the situation around. If the boss is no good, it gives the employee a better chance to stand out and score major bonus points with senior management.


7. NO OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT

Finding yourself with a ceiling over your career is not a good place for an employee to be in. The first step is taking an honest look at the situation and listing the reasons you’re not getting promoted.
If an employee feels they’re qualified and constantly getting passed up for a promotion, take the initiative, get yourself noticed and learn what’s needed to be considered for the job.
It may be the simple fact that there are no positions to move up into. And if that drags on for years, it may be time to move on to another company or line of work.


8. MICROMANAGEMENT

Everyone’s had the micromanaging boss breathing down their neck. The boss that’s involved is great. The one who’s over-involved can be a nightmare. The micromanager shows little trust in employees and robs them of the ability to do their job.
Micromanagers usually have an obsessive-compulsive behavior and fear if they don’t stay on top of an employee, then their job is on the line.
The only real way to stop an employer from micromanaging is to tell them that you can produce better results if given the freedom to do so. Of course, that conversation has to be polite and tactful.


9. NO JOB SECURITY

With outsourcing, downsizing, globalization, and pressure to meet the bottom line, job security has become a scarce commodity.
A substantial amount of employees has been made to feel as valuable to the company as a paper clip. Therefore, the backlash has been that workers are changing jobs at a clip of every three years.


Having so many issues takes a toll on the performance of employees. Making it important for the employers to take a minute and think about how they can take care of wellness of employees.

But wellness programs can be quite costly to arrange, that’s why it is important to make a wellness plan for employees that too on a low budget.

Some of those low budget plans can be:


Free Healthy Snacks:

Employee break areas and meeting rooms should be stocked with plenty of healthy low-fat snacks instead of salty or sugary ones.
Give employees the ability to make healthier choices about the way they snack when you buy these products in bulk.


Walk Paths:

It costs next to nothing to establish an area around the company building for a walking area.
Simply designate an area of the company property for lunchtime walks, give out cheap pedometers to employees so they can track their movement on their breaks.


Chill – Out Zones:

Every office needs at least one “safe” area where employees can cry, vent, or distress after a, particularly tough day. Create space in your building where employees can get this out of their system without the embarrassment of losing it in front of peers.


Employee Assistance Program:

These very low-cost programs give employees the ability to call a caring counselor about any area of their work or personal life to get confidential support when they need it the most.


Water Coolers:

Water is essential for a healthy mind and body, therefore your office should provide fresh water at all times. Get a water cooler through a local rental program or buy drinking water in bulk cases and make sure the office fridge is stocked.


Workable Work Schedules:

A zero cost benefit that gives employees more work-life balance is a huge perk for many working people, especially those who are caring for others or raising kids.
Give employees a flexible schedule so they can arrive at their chosen time in the morning, have lunches or work from home if they need to, and go home on their 8-hour-per-day schedules.


Catered Lunches:

Employees may skip meals or make unhealthy meal choices when they are too busy or stressed out.
At least once a month, make it a point to bring in a catering company to prepare and serve a healthy meal to your workers.


Plants in the Office:

Too many offices and workplaces are filled with stuffy, recycled air that can make employees feel sluggish.
Make it a healthier place by adding plenty of oxygen-producing plants everywhere.


Exercise Clubs:

Make the workplace fun and encourage employees to get up and moving with exercise clubs for walkers, runners, and those who love organized sports.
A basketball hoop set up on one end of the parking lot can support this goal too.


Employee Incentives:

When employees make the ultimate choice to get healthy, lose weight, or break a bad habit, they often respond well to incentives like peer recognition, movie tickets, and reduced health insurance costs – things you can support.


Group Outings:

Company picnics, team building, and other group outings can be very beneficial to employee well-being. Give managers the ability to schedule these outings at least once or twice a year for their teams.


Paid Voluntary Insurance:

Voluntary benefits can be very inexpensive and provide just the wellness support that employees need. They can also reduce financial stress by giving employees a buffer against the worry about health and retirement concerns.


 

                                           “Originally posted at www.indzola.com

Go Elegant with Designer Outfits in a BUDGET


A Big Fat Confusion!

Have many clothes in the wardrobe, still, can’t decide what to wear for a desi yet alluring look?
Dresses can make you look stunning make you feel confident, skirts can intensify your beauty & feminine features. Jeans give you a casual look with chunks and formal look with heels.
But isn’t there a cloth which would be all occasion? The one can make you look alluring, brings out your girly nature, can be worn to a brother’s wedding or cousin’s reception or a friend’s engagement & can be worn to the office.
Isn’t there any?

 


Oldest Outfits!

There is, the SAREE.
Saree being the oldest dresses worn in our country is yet one of major choice of women’s. With the arrival of the western clothes, the summer dress, the skirts, gowns & all sarees are being pushed at the back of women’s wardrobe.
The look, the elegance that a saree bring to you is something that western dresses can never replace.
Saree being old still have its unique essence. Saree Weaver with the threads of tradition would make you look astounding anywhere, anytime.

 


Intricate Embroideries

The ways to drape a saree, the print has the embroidery, the occasions you can wear it to, have an astonishing range.

There is such a wide variety of patterns of saree in our country be it banarsi silk saree, patola saree, kanjivaram silk saree, bandhej (bandhani saree), bomkai saree of Odisha, chanderi saree of Madhya Pradesh or the lehriya saree which is vibrant and burst of colors and much more.
Light printed sarees can be worn to office or at home.
The red heavy embroidered silk georgette saree will make you look stunning for any occasion.

Wear a Saree be desi, be comfortable & look always mesmerizing.

Are Money Worries, Causing You to Miss d FUN!!

T-shirts are practically everyone’s solace when we can’t decide what to wear, be it, men or women. They are good for any casual occasion.
The comfort, the look a tee brings us is still unbeatable. Printed t-shirts are bae for people. But do you know there are different types of printed t-shirts?
Yes, even our favorite printed t-shirts have types, so common and casual looking tees have many types.
Like the typographic t-shirts, these tend to be “message” or “slogan” t-shirts. These don’t have any element other than text, which can be an alphabet or text or a simple line.
The photographic or the hyper-realistic t-shirts can create a big impact if printed properly. A hyper-realistic image or an illustration can draw attention and deliver a message without any words. Images for this T-shirts can vary from an animal’s pic, a persons or even of nature.
 Illustrated tees are very versatile in designs and these even add complexity to the production process. Illustrations can be for kids, minimal, hyper-realistic and anything you can imagine.
The in between of illustrated tees and typographic tees are the graphic t-shirts as they are not as complex as the former and not as simple as the latter. These are kind of a mixture of both of these t-shirts.
 
 
Abstract tees are t-shirts having abstract art on it. Just as the word abstract means having no recognizable feature in it abstract t-shirts are the same having no recognizable feature.
There are even t-shirts made for the sole purpose of promoting a brand or a company the branded t-shirts. In these, the focus is only on the logo which should not be blotchy or having a wrong Pantone color.
Have fun knowing which type printed t-shirts are your favorite!