Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Kala Ghoda 2011

Kala Ghoda wrapped up over a week ago, but I have been busy with work and a lot of other things happening in my life. This past month has been painful, but all your kind messages have made me feel better. March is around the corner, and so are the Fashion Weeks. As a blogger, this is my favourite time of the year. Collections to preview, review and new seasons's fashion to appreciate. Some of my favourite designers will be showcasing their collections at the fashion week, and I am all geared up to see their designs on the runway.

Meanwhile, some of the beautiful, wonderful, colorful moments from the Kala Ghoda (Black Horse) 2011 Festival.










28 comments:

RSA Online said...

Wow I really really want that metal alien(?)! Perfect way to liven up a house's decor ;)

Bonnie said...

This makes me realize how dreadfully boring my home is.
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Tights Lover said...

This looks like an amazing festival. I absolutely love the photos. I'd love to see something like this in person!

Venus In Virgo said...

Great photographs! I want a sari so bad and there are plenty of shops where I live but afraid will look stupid going into a store to buy one :)
XOXO

My Republic of Fashion said...

That festival looks fantastic. Loving all the bits and pieces. :)SArahD

Jennifer Fabulous said...

I'm so sorry about your dad. That breaks my heart. You and your family are in my thoughts.

And these photos are gorgeous! The colors are just spectacular. xo

Couture Carrie said...

Fun pics!

xoxox,
CC

Anna of IHOD said...

Well I am so happy to see you back! I hope that blogging is and will be a good outlet for you as you try to get through the year without your dad.
This post is full of life and color and that is very cool to see!
Have a great weekend my dear~

Fashion Cappuccino said...

What a fun festival! I want one of those necklaces in the last photo! Hope you keep blogging! Have a wonderful weekend! xoxoxoo

Oh to Be a Muse said...

so sorry to hear about your dad. i hope time is making things easier for you--it did for me.

thanks for showing these lovely photos. looking forward to fashion in march as well!

SabinePsynopsis said...

This looks great! Wonderful pictures and some amazing art pieces - especially the metal installation.

Taj Acosta said...

Hi doll, thanks for the lovely coment and I will be checkign out the blog you mentioned! Love the little doll-like clothes aren't they fab! xo

Taj Acosta said...

p.s. forgot to say my prayers are with you sweetie ;)

Design Elements said...

beautiful colors! great pics. Warm hugs to you

Cafe Fashionista said...

Ooh, I so love these photographs - everything looks so amazing!! :)

Juno said...

Hi girl, thanks for stopping by my blog :) I've been checking out yours and looks awesome, I love fashion so I'll be coming here very often.
I'm so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how painful may be to loose someone that close to you. I think blogging is a good thing for you, it's always worked for me as an outlet.
Take care doll xx

MyStyle said...

Hi there-such gorgeous vibrant photos my dear, thanks for stopping by with your lovely comment too x

style odyssey said...

so colorful, your photos! that metal creature is really something.

designchic said...

What a fun festival...great pictures!!

Angelica Ng said...

Wow, some pretty amazing things there! I like the colourful straw bags!

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A Lot Like Fashion said...

I've always wanted to attend Kala Ghoda and your pictures make me want to even more so!
Also, so sorry to hear about your Dad. *hugs*

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Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

My thoughts are with you and I wish that the colors and brightness from Kala Ghoda bring some levity to your life too!

Haute World said...

What a fun and vibrant festival! I love the colorful saris and the bright totes. Hope you're doing well despite the difficult times. Stay strong!

Audrey Allure said...

Great photos, I love the art work!

Dressing Up For Me said...

Love those colorful dolls, belts,straw bags and the orange and gold combiantion that you wore! Everything seems so vivid and alive. :)

shopgirl said...

This festival looks amazing! I really like the photos at the top. Thanks for sharing your experience sweetie! It's so much fun to read about things I've never seen or heard about.

xo

she851518 said...

You have really great work on fashion, I have also some Fashion weeks on my blog, Thanks

shopgirl said...

This festival looks amazing! I hope you're doing much better Pratishtha!

Sending you lots of smiles and hugs! :-)))