Tincture of felicity

Hello everyone,

here i am today with some wonderful collection of colourful punjabi juttis(ballerinas). Juttis also known as mojaris or nagras( vary from place to place and yeah they have different pattern too)

They are the most vibrant, colourful pair of footwear a girl can have( especially indian girls ) yaa a must have to pair it with salwar suits and churidar suits.

traditionally they are made up of leather with extensive embroidery with golden and silver threads and recently i have come across one such brand named “ADAH”  they have an amazing collection of   colourful handcrafted pure leather ballerinas, ethnic stoles, clutch bags.

some of my favourite are

thsi one is simple yet stylish, can be paired with denims as well as indian wear.

this one is simple yet stylish, can be paired with denims as well as indian wear.

simmply love this one, great colour combination, pop of pink , instant attraction and will add life any boring indian outfit

simply love this one, great color combination, pop of pink , instant attraction and will add life any boring Indian outfit

And yes the showstopper, this one is elegant has intricate threadwork a definite eyecatcher and a must have...

And yes the showstopper, this one is elegant has intricate threadwork a definite eyecatcher and a must have…

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excellent piece….

pic courtesy: ADAH

details: http://www.facebook.com/byadah  (Facebook link)

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Grammar-ease: When to write out numbers

basic rules… must read

Live to Write - Write to Live

Welcome to a new grammar post, lovely readers. This topic came from one of you, thank you!

When do you write out numbers?

Some consistent rules include:

  • Write out small, whole numbers that are less than 10: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine
  • Write out centuries and decades: twenty-first century, the Seventies
  • Write out a number if it starts a sentence: Six hundred men stormed the castle. (An exception is if the sentence starts with a year: 1965 was a great year.)
  • Estimated and rounded numbers over a million are a mix:
    2 million, 47 billion, 598 trillion (exact numbers are written out: 1,734,683,925; 1,985; 99,234, and so on)
  • Similar to the above point, percentages, when a whole number, spell out; with decimal or fraction, use the number: thirty-seven percent (or 37 percent); 2.75%, 3 3/4%, ten percent (or 10 percent).
  • When two numbers are next to each other, spell…

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