The International Yoga Day created waves across the city. Although some of the enthusiasts treated the importance and science of yoga with tokenism and made it look like a socialite event, some veterans, however, displayed true dedication towards this ancient science and wisdom. The Aum Yoga Studio organised a friendly yoga session as an ode to the art. Bela, Pratibha and Sona were dressed aptly for a good stretch. The first ever Upayoga classes conducted for children fighting cancer at MNJ Hospital summed up the love for asanas and the willingness of several citizens to add joy to other’s lives.
Elswhere at an exhibition Bani was spotted in an artistically tailored pieced black and beige suit with her ever charming smile. Namita in a pastel pink top paired with a black denim was an example of style which never goes out of
The fashion show by the city’s most loved designer Shravan was an effort to pay respect to the weavers and local craftsmanship. The evening held at Novotel attracted the city’s fashionistas. Swati, dressed in a green sari with a well-blended kalamkari blouse, was an epitome of poise.
Celebrations during the Holy Month of Ramadan gets multiplied when friends and family partake in it. The iftar party hosted by Hyder Maharaja was an evening relished by all those who attended.
(The writer runs her own organic cafe, spa, salon Meghavi and is a people’s person with a finger on the pulse of the city’s happenings)