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By Sahil Anand

The world knows him as Missile Man, People’s President, Real Bharat Ratna, Son of India and of course as India’s most popular scientist.
 
Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam (83), who died yesterday after collapsing while doing what he loved the most – igniting minds – at the Indian Institute of Management, Shillong, will forever live in the hearts of the millions he’s inspired with his profound knowledge and indomitable spirit.
 
India Emporium salutes this larger-than-life man.
 
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By Madiha

You see, monsoon is all about lively, vibrant dressing. You just can’t afford to let your style quotient go for a six just because it’s raining outside. You’ve gotta need something that’s chic and comfortable at the same time, something that helps you wash away the monsoon blues.
 
Your favorite Indian wear brand Shree has unveiled an all-new monsoon collection that’s a mix of bright and neutral hues featuring designs inspired by nature to add a pinch of quirkiness to your personality. You can see floral designs, the good ol’ paisley and everything that’s beautiful about nature. The monsoon range by Shree is all in breathable and super comfortable cotton fabric.
 
Shree Monsoon
 
“Shree’s latest range is the best way to stay chic this monsoon and brave those rainy days,” said Sandeep Kapoor, Director of Shree.
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By Sahil Anand

Eid-ul-Fitr, the festival of togetherness, culminates the holy month of Ramadan. Celebrated by Muslims around the world with religious fervor, Eid marks an end to a month-long fasting and self-restraint.
 
On this day, people cook scrumptious sweet dishes like seviyaan and phirni and gift Eidi to their loved ones. It is important to note that Eid is not a festival to binge, as it is commonly misinterpreted. It is a festival of love, sharing and compassion – one in which almost all Muslims give charity to the poor.
 
Muslims not only gift clothes on Eid but also make sure to look their best in awe-inspiring ensembles. While men sport kurta pajama or sherwani along with a Taqiyah (short Islamic skullcap), women have a lot of options to choose from – anarkalis, shararas, lehengas, Pakistani suits and more accompanied by beautiful accessories.
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By Madiha

May be it’s the daily soap operas like Beintehaa, Zindagi Gulzar Hai and Humsafar or it’s a let’s-break-away-from-anarkalis-for-a-while movement, but lately Pakistani outfits have made quite a splash.
 
The shining star is hands down Pakistani suits, which are known for their light lawn fabric, long length and intricate work. Since women have to offer namaz, all Pakistani dresses including salwar kameez are loose, comfortable and airy. This helps fashionistas hide their flabs giving them a slimmer look.
 
The beauty of Pakistani suits lies in the fact that they’re one of the most elegant and sophisticated options in ethnic wear. They come in various lengths – short, knee-length and long – and can be teamed with palazzos, shararas or lehenga skirts.
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By Madiha

The first thing that comes to the mind when we talk about gown is Cannes. But gone are the days when gowns were only preferred for film festivals, western wedding ceremonies and award functions. Of late gowns have become a rage in Indian wedding functions like sagan, reception and cocktail.
 
One of the best things about gowns is, they make a woman feel like a princess with their beautiful drapes and royal look. But not every gown is able to cast a magic spell. That makes it pivotal to take occasion, fabric, colour and cut in consideration when choosing the right gown.
 
Here’s a brief guide to help you sport a gown in a way you never miss the sweet spot.
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By Madiha

Ever feel like it’s difficult to accumulate the perfect wedding trousseau? Worried whether you’d be able to put your best foot forward in your new family?
 
Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
 
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If you’re on the lookout for trousseau suits, our latest bridal suits collection has got everything you ever needed. You can see a plethora of new styles in bright hues that’ll make you proud in your new family. In fact, a lot of these are inspired from Bollywood celebrities like Karishma Kapoor, Dia Mirza and Malaika Arora Khan.
 
No, you can’t afford to miss out on these…
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By Madiha

Okay, I confess: It is heartbreaking to see your favorite actor get married.
 
And it’s not just me, millions were seriously affected by Shahid Kapoor’s vivaah with the lucky Delhi girl Mira Rajput. After all, he’s a heartthrob every woman wants to date.
 
The Punjabi wedding was held at a farmhouse of Shahid’s close friend on July 7, 2015. Though it was a low-key affair with around 40 family members and close friends, the couple threw a grand after-party with around 500 guests at The Oberoi, Gurgaon.
 
Shahid, who’s the son of veteran actor Pankaj Kapoor, also posted a selfie with his wife on Instagram and proudly captioned it #hitched.
 
Shahid Kapoor Hitched
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By Sahil Anand

It can happen even to those who live and die by fashion.
 
We try to go for all-out glamour at every wedding that matters to us and even at those that don’t. We search our entire closet for the best of outfits. Often we buy something new, something safe yet unique to stand out from the crowd.
 
And of course we try to avoid more of everything, be it bling, jewellery or makeup (okay, that surely doesn’t apply to everybody especially when it’s a big fat Indian wedding).
 
But you still tend to cause a disaster sometimes. Why does that happen? Is there any way you can avoid it?
 
Indian Wedding
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By Sahil Anand

In the holy month of Ramadan, modest and conservative apparels are an alluring option for daily observances and festivities. If you’re not used to abayas, burqas, kaftans and hijabs, it’s okay, you still have a lot of alluring options to choose from: anarkalis, lehengas, kurtis, Pakistani suits…
 
To help you look as beautiful as the moon this Ramadan, we recently unveiled a dedicated Ramadan Store. We’re updating the store on a regular basis, adding more styles to it day in and day out. And we’re really passionate about helping you in selecting gifts for your close ones for Eid al-Fitr.
 
So must keep an eye on our Ramadan Store to look both glamorous and modest this Eid and grab some really beautiful Eidis (thanks to our Eid offer, you can save as much as 15% on buying 2 apparels and 20% on 5). Here’re some pieces from the store featuring high necklines, low hemlines and of course the colors of Ramadan. After all, conservative can be fashionable too – see for yourself:
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By Sahil Anand

Yoga is probably as old as the time itself. Legend has it that yoga is much older than Patanjali and that Lord Shiva is the first yog guru, with Maharishi Shukracharya as his first shishya.
 
Yoga is not just a physical exercise – it unites body, mind and soul. It helps us carpe diem on our sufferings and diseases, taking us toward the state of liberation.
 
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the global leaders to embrace June 21 as International Yoga Day or World Yoga Day, it was a proud moment for every Indian. UN officially declared that on 11th December 2014.
 
And the much-awaited day has arrived. As we celebrate our first International Yoga Day tomorrow, India Emporium pledges to take yoga forward, encouraging not just its employees but also its customers to embrace yoga and lead a healthy lifestyle.
 
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