On a family vacation to Kerala . I was blown away by the beauty of Gods own country . Alleppey is like Venice in India . Enjoyed staying at the houseboat , it was a fantastic experience .
New endeavours #baking#proud moments#chocolates#gift decor#DM
My first order of packing and making chocolates for a client . I had been thinking about doing this venture for the longest time , finally just dived into it . The response was overwhelming . Super excited .
Since I turned vegan last year , I was craving for the perfect dessert . Finally I found the best Vegan dessert ever . Itâs 3 pancakes heart shaped red velvet flavour vegan dessert . This dessert Made me so happy and made my valentine day extra special .
India trip 2019
During my India trip this year , I was in Mumbai and had gone to Crawford Market to see it in its glory . I was fascinated to see the way that they were seeking fresh vegetables . Very innovative . It's really true that Every place has its uniqueness .
lovely bloom in my garden
Was suprised to see this lovely spray of flowers in my garden . Love it
It's time to say good bye to Mumbai . Had a fabulous time , met a lot of interesting people , tried a lot of the local food , did things I never thought I would . Looking forward to 2020 to come back to this beautiful city
Mumbai diaries 2019
Marine Drive is a 3.6 kilometres boulevard .It is a C shape concrete 6 lane road along the coast which is a natural bay . I enjoyed eating all the local food which was sold there.It was a perfect valentine day where I spent the day with the most important person that is me . Done this after ages and I totally forgot hope good it feels to just sit back alone and take in the city.
Apurvi and Ishan ( Part 9 of 9 )
APURVI AND ISHAN (Part 9 of 9). I ran into the all-too-familiar hallway. Apurvi was going to kill me for being late. Again. The whispers around me were not discreet in the slightest, but I ignored them as I shuffled through the auditorium. Even though I had worked at the bank for years in what seemed like an earlier life; that day, people only recognized me as Apurviâs guest â and I could not be prouder to be associated with her. Besides, my own personal identity had been effectively erased from the institutionâs memory when I quit to work on my own startup. Which, by then, had grown into a multi-million dollar business. After shuffling around for ten minutes, I finally spotted my seat next to our darling Aryan, whose nanny had brought him in from kindergarten to see his mother speak. I ruffled his hair as I settled down next to him. He then made himself comfortable on my lap as we watched Apurvi take the stage. She was magnificent. The youngest â and first female â CEO of the firm. Unbelievable. At some point in her speech, she even thanked âher boysâ for helping her get there and winked at me and Aryan. After her speech â and standing ovation and networking â she came over to give me a hug. Then she turned to Aryan and said it was time for him to go back to school. âJust thirty minutes more Mumma please,â Aryan begged. âNo baby you canât miss school like this no â â Apurvi started. âLet him be, Apurvi,â I intervened. âHeâs so spoilt thanks to you,â Apurvi said, narrowing her eyes at me before turning to Aryan, âHow about I drop you back to school myself? We can get ice cream on the way!â âOkay Mumma,â Aryan said. âIâll come with you,â a male voice announced from the side of the stage. âOkay Papa,â Aryan said, running to give Ayaan a hug. Apurvi looked at me guiltily as Ayaan came over, carrying Aryan. I shook my head at her and winked. Just like on the day she first met Ayaan and the day she married him, she didnât owe me any explanation or sympathy. I suppose that somewhere, we both knew we worked better as just friends â she was just brave enough to accept it first. I watched Aryan swinging Apurvi and Ayaanâs hands as all three of them walked away into their blissful little forever. I couldnât help but smile #LumLoves
Uwi and Kay ( Part 1 of 6 )
UWI AND KAY (Part 1 of 6). I stormed out of Kayumbaâs room. After twelve years, I couldnât believe this is how things were going to end between us. âUwi, let me explain â â he tried as he ran after me. âExplain what? That everything weâve shared since we first left home when we were eight was a lie? That youâre not just going to marry a pretty little woman your family picks like an obedient Rwandan? Or that your family didnât just call and ask if they should begin negotiating the brideâs price? Are you that stupid that you thought Iâll never find out?â I screamed. I didnât care that people in the university corridors were staring at us. âAsk me which family mine is about to speak to,â Kay said calmly. At that point, I thought I was going to attack him. Was he really asking me to ask him about the girl he was about to marry? âFine, Iâll just tell you. Theyâre a small family back home in Rwanda with the most beautiful daughter in the world â â Kay began. âSo you KNOW her already?â I screamed. He was really asking for it. âUwimana, will you just listen to me please? I donât really know the family, but I do know the daughter. In fact, I met her in a science class when we were made lab partners. And sheâs had an unbreakable hold on my heart ever since.â I paused, confused. âEven though we were in a different country, with her around, I never missed home. Over the next twelve years, she became my first thought as I woke up each morning and my last thought as I went to bed each night,â Kay continued. âWait. So unless youâve had another woman in your life this whole time, the person you want to marry is â â I began. âYou, Uwi,â Kay finished, âbut I wanted to do it right, which is why I was speaking to my family about speaking to yours. I think itâs time they met, donât you?â I blushed. Uwi reached into his pocket and pulled out what looked like a ring made from a copper wire. âItâs always been you, Uwi. I knew it right from that time we made those circuits together in lab, which is when I stole this wire. Iâve kept it with me all these years, waiting for the moment I could put it on your finger,â he said. âAnd then replace it with a real diamond, I hope,â I said playfully. âAnd then replace it with whatever you want, starting with all the happiness in the world. If only youâll let me,â he said sweetly. âYou really are stupid,â I said as I put on the copper wire, which I really couldnât believe heâd saved #LumLoves
Tribute to Martyr Jawans
A tribute to our brave soldiers who sacrificed their life in pulwa. Candle march at Gota Ahmedabad
Mumbai diaries 2019
The Bandra Worli sea link is a cable stayed bridge with pre stressed concrete steel viaducts on either side that link Bandra in the Western suburbs of Mumbai with Worli in South Mumbai . This sea link is a real Marvel . Slowly but surely I am falling in love with the city is Mumbai .
Pa Pa Ya
This lemon grass , basil and watermelon foam was given Complimentary to cleanse the palate . Loved it .