Kurta is a never fading trend!

Hello beautiful people,

I am back with yet another product review. I bought an amazing kurta from amazon . Mostly, I shop only for books on amazon but this time while scrolling, I cam across this kurta by Fashion Age and I just can’t stop looking at it. Though its winter season yet I decided to buy it.

About the Product


This is black and multi coloured woman’s kurta by Fashion Age. The fibre used is polyester which is strong and can be used in wet and damp environments. Kurta has a round neckline which sounds common but surely suits the personality. It is an amazing piece with classic appeal which has class, style and trend along with unique design.

This kurta can be worn in formal as well as casual wear. The black kurta for women is a beautiful blend of Indian and modern designs.

Anyone can wear this kurta starting from girls to women. It is available in all sizes starting from small to extra large.

I wore this kurta for a college function and got mind blowing comments from my near and dear ones. I paired the kurta with a black sleak legging. I left my jet black hair open and wore some long danglings along with minimum makeup which made me look elegant. I also wore a ring to make it a perfect look.


Originally the cost is 999 INR but I got this kurta from a sale which costed me 299INR. But now it is 349 INR. So, it is a reasonable price for everyone and you can grab this product.


As mentioned before, the seller is Fashion Age. They are easy to interact with. The way they make you feel comfortable is fantastic. Even the reviewers are happy with their products and services. I just had a small problem with packaging thing as the bag they used was too huge but I guess thats all the fault of packaging department, else they are just perfect.

Grab your Kurta from : Amazon

My Rating: 4.5/5

Book Review of Dangle

Dangle by Sutapa Basu is a typical instance of contemporary fiction. This book is roller coaster ride of events, emotions that will keep you glued till the end. I really loved the combination of stream of consciousness technique in it. This reminded me of Mrs. Dalloway by Virgina Woolf though the story is nowhere near to it.


The cover is crystal clear and neatly done. The bluish colour adds flavour to it and this cover is the best for a photoshoot. The title is dangling as it says our life keeps on dangling. Honestly speaking, I did a lot of photo session with this book.

The title is to the point ‘Dangle’ but still we are in thoughts like what will happen next. The title reveals everything but doesn’t reveal an inch at the same time.

Stunning, svelte, smart Ipshita is a globetrotter. She treks across the world to gather bytes for the travel chats she designs and hosts for TV channels. Despite being a self assured and sophisticated entrepreneur, Ipshita is haunted by a nameless fear. Social interaction with men unleashes psychotic turmoil inside her, making her wary of male attentions. Yet, the cold and aloof Ips is inexorably drawn to the three men she meets at different points in her journey. Her arousal to the overtures of these men catches her unawares. Well-built defenses break as her dormant sexuality go into overdrive until she discovers the horrifying truth about them…and herself. Life puzzles. Secrets tumble out. Will she be able to reclaim her life or let it dangle.

The blurb seems to say alot but again it doesnt reveal the story. It just introduce us to the protagonists. Ipshita is the protagonist who seems to be around a lot of name and fame. The plot construction is superbly done. I really loved the way the author maintains a certain balance throughout the story.

I really loved the locations. I felt I was also travelling with the author through the reading process. The city of Delhi and Chicago along with the scenic locales of Manipur adds spice to the novel.

The story is fast paced and you feel you are feeling and experiencing the incidents. The story sounds really realistic and the thrill part is exceptional. I just couldn’t stop admiring the author.Furthermore, it cleverly throws light on women emancipation, insurgency in the north-east, domestic violence, sexuality and women, our changing mindset while travelling outside India, the scars from a disturbed childhood that remain within us and much more.

The charactersketches are beautifully done. Ipshita is the main figure of focus and the way her thought process, struggles are delineated is fabluous.She herself dangles in between courage and vulnerability, the past and present, her family and other relationships. We see the novel through her eyes.

The style of writing is mindblowing. The descriptions and narration is fantastic along with perfect editing skills. Kuddos to the author and the team. This book is a perfect package.

Grab your copies from :Amazon