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A simple Durga Puja inspired look

Every festivity has some kind of dressing norm. Think about how  Christmas is associated with red and green and how plaid, brown or purple, yellow or orange in fall. Either color or pattern is usually related to each festivity. In Indian culture, Durga puja often comes with a red , gold, or cream saree. My neighboring state West Bengal in India celebrates Durga Puja with such prompt and grandeur. Even in my state in Assam, Durga puja is widely celebrated.        As a child, I have a vivid memory of colorful balloons and bangles. While growing up, I fall in love with a cream saree with a red border which they lovingly called laal par Saree (Laal means red and par means border meaning red bordered saree). I have a huge fascination for off white sarees. In the time of Covid19, we are not celebrating anything the way we used to do. Even in this unprecedented time doing something we like, always gives us motivation in everyday life. This time I decided to dress up according to the Durga p

Woodstock Vermont fall's ultimate bucket list

  Azure sky, crisp crimson, mustard leaves, scenic drives not just depicts fall in Woodstock but the mileage of human aesthetics merges into it to create the surreal scene. Picturesque farm, winding dirt roads, historic covered bridges, buildings are signature of quintessential small-town Vermont's fall charm and the world enfolds with never-ending beauty. Nestled in central Vermont , Woodstock is a fall wonderland when the autumn palette files with vivid colors and makes it an ultimate fall bucket list.  Not just nature in autumn, Woodstock's every nooks and corner is equally decked up from porches to patios to the gardens with the autumn vibe and almost turns into a festive vibe. There is nowhere you feel like you feel here.  Visit quaint farmhouses nearby Woodstock, take a walk in the covered bridge, or stroll in the downtown and sip a cup of tea or coffee and taste the local bakery and behold the entire scene forever.