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May
8
Thu
Mother’s Day In India
May 8 – May 9 all-day
Mother’s Day Celebration in India are slowly catching!

The concept of celebrating Mothers Day on the second Sunday of May is very new in India and it can be said that in a time span of less than a decade, Mothers Day has been a great success. In the presence of umpteenth number of existing festivals, it is a remarkable achievement for a foreign festival to make its presence felt in the vast and culturally diverse country like India.

Globalisation, to a great extent has helped to make this Western, or mainly American festival to make its presence felt in India. Besides interaction of Indians with the West is at an all time high. A lot many people have been in US or have their relatives staying there. Internet and satellite revolution has made information about other cultures more accessible than ever. But the reason behind the success of Mothers Day in India can be attributed to the emotions which are attached to the festival. Mothers are mothers everywhere, they are as much loved and respected in India as in any other part of the world. Perhaps Indians have always felt the need of such a day which is devoted solely to mothers. Mothers Day gives them all the opportunity to celebrate such a day.

Time to Reflect and Rejoice

MotherJust as in the West, Indians too take Mothers Day as a time too reflect on the importance of mothers in their life. They take it is time to think about all the pains their mother took while they were sick, the hardships she went through in bringing them up and all the sacrifices she made so that they lead a better life. Mothers Day is the time to say a big thank you to mother for all this and for being a constant guiding force in our lives.

In India, people send cards to their mamas on Mothers Day. Make a meal for Mothers so that she can have a days rest from the kitchen. Tradition of giving gifts on Mothers Day is also rampant. The whole idea of celebrating Mothers Day is to thank mother, to make her feel important on the day and be happy about mothering caring children. Mothers should be pampered on the day by children and on the whole should be given a happy Mothers Day.

Celebrations in Metropolitan and Big Cities

Awareness about Mothers Day is much greater in metros and other big and happening cities than in smaller towns. Thanks to the booming card market, who keep reminding people about when is Mothers Day and how it must be celebrated.

In the capital city of Delhi, Mothers Day is celebrated in a big way and has been commericalised to a great extent. Big companies launch various women oriented products on the day and restaurants try to lure people with attractive advertisements. Media too creates a big hype about the day with special programmes and features.

Looking at the fast pace at which the excitement for Mothers Day is growing it will not be long when the Mothers Day will be noted as the national festival of India.

Nov
21
Fri
Face Yoga @ Hotel Avasa
Nov 21 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
faceyoga
Exercise and experience the self transformation with face yoga.

Yoga is a highly popular form of workout. Yoga not only helps in gaining physical fitness, but also helps you to become mentally strong and healthy.

Open wide and smile – you’ll look years younger with face yoga

A face yoga specialist has created a 20-minute daily programme that is a ‘natural face lift’, which should be carried out daily, six times a week. Together massage, acupressure, yoga and facial exercises give “safe anti-ageing results – a natural face lift”.

Through face yoga, anyone can benefit from fewer lines and wrinkles, a firmer jaw line, improved skin tone, plus reduced headaches and eye strain, easing of tension, and, best of all, a healthy glow.

The appended, basic and benefits of face yoga:

It’s all natural. From creams and serums to injections and surgeries, there are plenty of anti-aging strategies to maintain a youthful look. The problem is that these methods often use chemicals or surgical procedures to get results. Facial yoga is as natural as it gets – no who-knows-what ingredients or hours under a laser or scalpel.

It releases tension. You might be surprised at how much tension you hold in your face and neck. Facial yoga teaches you to become more aware of those muscles so you can relax them anytime you feel tightness creeping up.

It may help reduce wrinkles. Some wrinkles come with age. Some come because we’re constantly tensing muscles in the face, like those around the eyes or mouth. Facial yoga builds awareness so you can release the unhealthy tension that’s carving crows feet and other wrinkles.

It may promote collagen production. The muscle activity might boost collagen production, keeping the skin younger looking, according to one dermatologist who recommends the facial exercises. To learn more about getting beautiful skin naturally.

Discover the secret for glowing skin by Mansi Gulati, a yoga expert.

Cost: Rs 999/-

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