KEEPING YOUR BEAUTY RESOLUTIONS IN THE NEW YEAR JUST GOT EASY

KEEPING YOUR BEAUTY RESOLUTIONS IN THE NEW YEAR JUST GOT EASY!

Mumbai, Come January and Kaya Skin Clinicwill make it easier for you to stick to those skin-care resolutions. Whether it’s that hair-free skin, forever young look, blemish-free  skin or the flawlessly radiant face, whatever be your need, Kaya have something just for you, up for grabs, all of this month, at incredible discounts of up to 50%.

Water, among the most abundantly available natural resources is increasingly being used as an active ingredient in beauty treatments. Its 3-step formula of effective cleansing, exfoliation and hydration enhances skin texture, leaving it youthful looking, smooth, even-toned, refreshed and healthy like never before.

 

Playing on these fabulous benefits, Kaya offers its customers exclusive aqua services – Aqua Radiance and Aqua Fairness packages, at an exciting discount of 50%

To maintain that smooth and hair-free skin not just in January but all through the year, come to Kaya and avail of a 50% off on full-body and underarm laser services package.

Kaya’s Photo Facial service package – a youth renewal, skin tightening service that uses ND-Yag laser technology to stimulate the production of collagen in the skin is also available at a whopping 50% discount!

Kaya’s beauty products have over the yearsgenerated immense buzz among women across all age groups owing to their efficacious results. The January promotion ensures that all you beauty aficionados out there, both expert and in-the-making, could fill your shopping baskets with all your favouriteKaya products through the incredible offers this season.

That’s not all! Come to Kaya Skin Clinic, buy any of these packages in the month of January and get some skin-loving discounts which you can avail of anytime between February 1 and March 31, 2014.

What are you waiting for? Rush to your nearest Kaya Skin Clinicor Kaya Skin Bar and love what you see!

For more information

PR 24×7 Network Limited

Atul Malikram

atul@atulmalikram.in

www.atulmalikram.in

 

 

Happy New Year 2014

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Wednesday is the most precious day for believers of Hindu mythology. The day pertains to Shree Ganesha, the lord of wisdom. Incidentally the New Year 2014 is beginning on Wednesday 1st January; let us pray Lord Ganesha to shower His blessing upon all living in the universe so as to do all acts through out the year with more wisdom. Happy new year to all.
Lord Ganesha is one of the most important Gods in Hinduism. In the light of many articles on Lord Ganesha, there are many lessons to learn from the God of wisdom.
Lesson 1:
Respect your parents: Ganesha’s relationship with his parents has been tricky. This is primarily due because of the way he was created by Parvati and by mistake beheaded by his father Lord Shiva. However his powers and wisdom has developed the relationship with his parents into one that is loving and full of respect. An anecdote from Lord Ganesha’s life reflects this lesson. When Ganesha was asked to encircle the world three times in order to win a race, he simply encircled his parents saying they were his world.
Lesson 2:
Wisdom can help us overcome any inherent limitation: Ganesha is shown as a large pot bellied God. Yet he is known as one of the most powerful Gods in the world and has slain many demons. The above anecdote also tells us that we must not fret over our physical weaknesses. It was Skanda’s vehicle and strength that made him hop on and encircle the earth literally. Ganesha could not be as fast as Skanda so he used his wisdom to win the race.
Lesson 3:
It is important to be a good listener: Lord Ganesha’s large ears denote the importance of large ears. A good listener is sometimes more effective than a good orator.
Lesson 4:
Power can be self-destructive and should be handled with responsibility: Lord Ganesha was deemed as the most powerful God by his father Lord Shiva (after Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, and Lord Vishnu). The elephant’s trunk is not just used to carry heavy logs but also knock down its enemy. The animal is also known as the strongest in the animal kingdom. Yet its demeanor is calm and composed. The elephants head on Lord Ganesha hence teaches this lesson.
Lesson 5:
One must finish what one starts: Legend has it that when Valmiki was reciting the Mahabharata to Lord Ganesha, the pen broke in the middle of writing it. Since Lord Ganesha had the onus of writing the epic he broke his tusk and used it as a pen only to finish what he started.
Lesson 6:
Forgiveness is a virtue: When the moon made fun of Lord Ganesha, Lord Ganesha felt humiliated. He cursed the moon saying that no human would ever look at it again. The moon frantically asked for forgiveness and Lord Ganesha realized that the punishment was perhaps harsh. He forgave the moon despite being insulted by it.

Lesson 7:
Spirituality is as important as earthly desires: Lord Ganesh’a one leg on the ground and one leg on his throne denote the balance required to attain between spiritual knowledge and worldly matters. The lesson learnt is to maintain the balance.
Lesson 8:
Humility is the mark of power: Ganesha’s vehicle, the mouse, teaches us to be humble. Although the mouse is tiny he carries the weight of one of the most powerful God’s. So we must never underestimate anyone.
Lesson 9:
With wisdom, comes prosperity: Lord Ganesha’s consorts Laxmi and Saraswati are mark of prosperity and skill. Hence the lesson learnt is with knowledge and wisdom, come prosperity.
Lesson 10:
United we stand: The reason why Lokmanya tilak chose Ganesh Chaturthi to spread national integrity in India is because of the universal appeal Lord Ganesha has across all religions. The colour red smeared all over Ganesha and his devotees on this day also stand for the same lesson as it doesn’t allow anyone to differentiate between people.

Atul Malikram, Managing Director PR 24×7 Network Limited says” Lord Ganesha is being worshipped at every new occasion and as new year 2014 is beginning on His day, let us all take oath to formulate His above lessons in our lives . we are sure that if followed with, our life will be more easy and nearer to various goals. “

For more information, please contact;
Atul Malikram
09755020247
atul@atulmalikram.in

Happy New Year 2014

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Happy New Year 2014

Wednesday is the most precious day for believers of Hindu mythology. The day pertains to Shree Ganesha, the lord of wisdom. Incidentally the New Year 2014 is beginning on Wednesday 1st January; let us pray Lord Ganesha to shower His blessing upon all living in the universe so as to do all acts through out the year with more wisdom. Happy new year to all.

Lord Ganesha is one of the most important Gods in Hinduism. In the light of many articles on Lord Ganesha, there are many lessons to learn from the God of wisdom.

Lesson 1:

Respect your parents: Ganesha’s relationship with his parents has been tricky. This is primarily due because of the way he was created by Parvati and by mistake beheaded by his father Lord Shiva. However his powers and wisdom has developed the relationship with his parents into one that is loving and full of respect.  An anecdote from Lord Ganesha’s life reflects this lesson. When Ganesha was asked to encircle the world three times in order to win a race, he simply encircled his parents saying they were his world.

Lesson 2:

Wisdom can help us overcome any inherent limitation: Ganesha is shown as a large pot bellied God. Yet he is known as one of the most powerful Gods in the world and has slain many demons. The above anecdote also tells us that we must not fret over our physical weaknesses. It was Skanda’s vehicle and strength that made him hop on and encircle the earth literally. Ganesha could not be as fast as Skanda so he used his wisdom to win the race.

Lesson 3:

It is important to be a good listener: Lord Ganesha’s large ears denote the importance of large ears. A good listener is sometimes more effective than a good orator.

Lesson 4:

Power can be self-destructive and should be handled with responsibility: Lord Ganesha was deemed as the most powerful God by his father Lord Shiva (after Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, and Lord Vishnu). The elephant’s trunk is not just used to carry heavy logs but also knock down its enemy. The animal is also known as the strongest in the animal kingdom. Yet its demeanor is calm and composed. The elephants head on Lord Ganesha hence teaches this lesson.

Lesson 5:

One must finish what one starts: Legend has it that when Valmiki was reciting the Mahabharata to Lord Ganesha, the pen broke in the middle of writing it. Since Lord Ganesha had the onus of writing the epic he broke his tusk and used it as a pen only to finish what he started.

Lesson 6:

Forgiveness is a virtue: When the moon made fun of Lord Ganesha, Lord Ganesha felt humiliated. He cursed the moon saying that no human would ever look at it again. The moon frantically asked for forgiveness and Lord Ganesha realized that the punishment was perhaps harsh. He forgave the moon despite being insulted by it.

 

Lesson 7:

Spirituality is as important as earthly desires: Lord Ganesh’a one leg on the ground and one leg on his throne denote the balance required to attain between spiritual knowledge and worldly matters. The lesson learnt is to maintain the balance.

Lesson 8:

Humility is the mark of power: Ganesha’s vehicle, the mouse, teaches us to be humble. Although the mouse is tiny he carries the weight of one of the most powerful God’s. So we must never underestimate anyone.

Lesson 9:

With wisdom, comes prosperity: Lord Ganesha’s consorts Laxmi and Saraswati are mark of prosperity and skill. Hence the lesson learnt is with knowledge and wisdom, come prosperity.

Lesson 10:

United we stand: The reason why Lokmanya tilak chose Ganesh Chaturthi to spread national integrity in India is because of the universal appeal Lord Ganesha has across all religions. The colour red smeared all over Ganesha and his devotees on this day also stand for the same lesson as it doesn’t allow anyone to differentiate between people.

 

Atul Malikram, Managing Director PR 24×7 Network Limited says” Lord Ganesha is being worshipped at every new occasion and as new year 2014 is beginning on His day, let us all take oath to formulate His above lessons in our lives . we are sure that if followed with, our life will be more easy and nearer to various goals. “

 

For more information, please contact;

Atul Malikram

09755020247

atul@atulmalikram.in           

Coke Studio artists to perform at the World Sufi Spirit Festival

Coke Studio artists to perform at the
World Sufi Spirit Festival
Kavita Seth of the ‘Iktara’ fame and Pakistani sensation Javed Bashir to enthrall one and all!
The advent of a New Year unravels a pleasant surprise for music aficionados. The much awaited World Sufi Spirit Festival(WSSF)hosted every year in the mystical State of Rajasthan has roped in two proclaimed Coke Studio artists to perform at the festival in February. Sufi singers Kavita Seth and Javed Bashir (promoted by Saregama) will bring to life Sufi traditions along with various other artists from across the world. The festival this year will kick start on Monday, 17thFebruary 2014 in Nagaur and will culminate on Sunday, 23rdFebruary at Jodhpur.
It is through art and music that one can relate to a deep feeling of ecstasy – an ecstasy floating between fulfilment and the longing of the beloved, declaim the Sufi poets. Taking this a step further, WSSF plays host to some of the leading exponents of Sufi from across the borders year after year! Patronized by internationally renowned artist Sting, the festival is hosted at the Mehrangarh and Ahichhatragarh Forts in Jodhpur and Nagaur respectively. Through dance, music and singing, treasures of the global culturesalong with their deep rooted affiliation with Sufi rituals are revealed during the festival.
KarniJasol, Director, Mehrangarh Museum Trust said, “Post a successful event last year, this edition promises to be a memorable musical journey with ancient traditions that will enchant one and all. While each year we try to rope in new talent and create an aura that is captivating, this year will be no different. I am pleased to have the likes of Kavita and Javed on board this season and I am certain that they will fascinate one and all with their soulful renditions.
Says Kavita Seth, “It feels great to be a part of festival that promotes the rich culture of Sufism. I look forward to collaborating with like-minded artists from across the globe.
Javed Bashir adds, “Sufi music speaks of God, love and peace between people. In my experience, I haven’t been able to see the love and respect for music anywhere else other than India. I am looking forward to perform at the World Sufi Spirit Festival and I appreciate the platform that has been created to promote a traditional art.”
Giving both the national as well as international artists a common ground to learn and discover rich Sufi traditions prevalent worldwide, WSSF has created a platform for the artists to perform and collaborate seamlessly.
For more information
PR 24×7 Network Limited
Atul Malikram
atul@atulmalikram.in

Coke Studio artists to perform at the World Sufi Spirit Festival

Coke Studio artists to perform at the
World Sufi Spirit Festival

Kavita Seth of the ‘Iktara’ fame and Pakistani sensation Javed Bashir to enthrall one and all!

The advent of a New Year unravels a pleasant surprise for music aficionados. The much awaited World Sufi Spirit Festival(WSSF)hosted every year in the mystical State of Rajasthan has roped in two proclaimed Coke Studio artists to perform at the festival in February. Sufi singers Kavita Seth and Javed Bashir (promoted by Saregama) will bring to life Sufi traditions along with various other artists from across the world. The festival this year will kick start on Monday, 17thFebruary 2014 in Nagaur and will culminate on Sunday, 23rdFebruary at Jodhpur.

It is through art and music that one can relate to a deep feeling of ecstasy – an ecstasy floating between fulfilment and the longing of the beloved, declaim the Sufi poets. Taking this a step further, WSSF plays host to some of the leading exponents of Sufi from across the borders year after year! Patronized by internationally renowned artist Sting, the festival is hosted at the Mehrangarh and Ahichhatragarh Forts in Jodhpur and Nagaur respectively. Through dance, music and singing, treasures of the global culturesalong with their deep rooted affiliation with Sufi rituals are revealed during the festival.

KarniJasol, Director, Mehrangarh Museum Trust said, “Post a successful event last year, this edition promises to be a memorable musical journey with ancient traditions that will enchant one and all. While each year we try to rope in new talent and create an aura that is captivating, this year will be no different. I am pleased to have the likes of Kavita and Javed on board this season and I am certain that they will fascinate one and all with their soulful renditions.

Says Kavita Seth, “It feels great to be a part of festival that promotes the rich culture of Sufism. I look forward to collaborating with like-minded artists from across the globe.

Javed Bashir adds, “Sufi music speaks of God, love and peace between people. In my experience, I haven’t been able to see the love and respect for music anywhere else other than India. I am looking forward to perform at the World Sufi Spirit Festival and I appreciate the platform that has been created to promote a traditional art.”

Giving both the national as well as international artists a common ground to learn and discover rich Sufi traditions prevalent worldwide, WSSF has created a platform for the artists to perform and collaborate seamlessly.

For more information

PR 24×7 Network Limited

Atul Malikram

atul@atulmalikram.in

 

Coke Studio artists to perform at the World Sufi Spirit Festival

Coke Studio artists to perform at the
World Sufi Spirit Festival
Kavita Seth of the ‘Iktara’ fame and Pakistani sensation Javed Bashir to enthrall one and all!
The advent of a New Year unravels a pleasant surprise for music aficionados. The much awaited World Sufi Spirit Festival(WSSF)hosted every year in the mystical State of Rajasthan has roped in two proclaimed Coke Studio artists to perform at the festival in February. Sufi singers Kavita Seth and Javed Bashir (promoted by Saregama) will bring to life Sufi traditions along with various other artists from across the world. The festival this year will kick start on Monday, 17thFebruary 2014 in Nagaur and will culminate on Sunday, 23rdFebruary at Jodhpur.
It is through art and music that one can relate to a deep feeling of ecstasy – an ecstasy floating between fulfilment and the longing of the beloved, declaim the Sufi poets. Taking this a step further, WSSF plays host to some of the leading exponents of Sufi from across the borders year after year! Patronized by internationally renowned artist Sting, the festival is hosted at the Mehrangarh and Ahichhatragarh Forts in Jodhpur and Nagaur respectively. Through dance, music and singing, treasures of the global culturesalong with their deep rooted affiliation with Sufi rituals are revealed during the festival.
KarniJasol, Director, Mehrangarh Museum Trust said, “Post a successful event last year, this edition promises to be a memorable musical journey with ancient traditions that will enchant one and all. While each year we try to rope in new talent and create an aura that is captivating, this year will be no different. I am pleased to have the likes of Kavita and Javed on board this season and I am certain that they will fascinate one and all with their soulful renditions.
Says Kavita Seth, “It feels great to be a part of festival that promotes the rich culture of Sufism. I look forward to collaborating with like-minded artists from across the globe.
Javed Bashir adds, “Sufi music speaks of God, love and peace between people. In my experience, I haven’t been able to see the love and respect for music anywhere else other than India. I am looking forward to perform at the World Sufi Spirit Festival and I appreciate the platform that has been created to promote a traditional art.”
Giving both the national as well as international artists a common ground to learn and discover rich Sufi traditions prevalent worldwide, WSSF has created a platform for the artists to perform and collaborate seamlessly.
For more information
PR 24×7 Network Limited
Atul Malikram
atul@atulmalikram.in

Coke Studio artists to perform at the World Sufi Spirit Festival

Coke Studio artists to perform at the
World Sufi Spirit Festival

Kavita Seth of the ‘Iktara’ fame and Pakistani sensation Javed Bashir to enthrall one and all!

The advent of a New Year unravels a pleasant surprise for music aficionados. The much awaited World Sufi Spirit Festival(WSSF)hosted every year in the mystical State of Rajasthan has roped in two proclaimed Coke Studio artists to perform at the festival in February. Sufi singers Kavita Seth and Javed Bashir (promoted by Saregama) will bring to life Sufi traditions along with various other artists from across the world. The festival this year will kick start on Monday, 17thFebruary 2014 in Nagaur and will culminate on Sunday, 23rdFebruary at Jodhpur.

It is through art and music that one can relate to a deep feeling of ecstasy – an ecstasy floating between fulfilment and the longing of the beloved, declaim the Sufi poets. Taking this a step further, WSSF plays host to some of the leading exponents of Sufi from across the borders year after year! Patronized by internationally renowned artist Sting, the festival is hosted at the Mehrangarh and Ahichhatragarh Forts in Jodhpur and Nagaur respectively. Through dance, music and singing, treasures of the global culturesalong with their deep rooted affiliation with Sufi rituals are revealed during the festival.

KarniJasol, Director, Mehrangarh Museum Trust said, “Post a successful event last year, this edition promises to be a memorable musical journey with ancient traditions that will enchant one and all. While each year we try to rope in new talent and create an aura that is captivating, this year will be no different. I am pleased to have the likes of Kavita and Javed on board this season and I am certain that they will fascinate one and all with their soulful renditions.

Says Kavita Seth, “It feels great to be a part of festival that promotes the rich culture of Sufism. I look forward to collaborating with like-minded artists from across the globe.

Javed Bashir adds, “Sufi music speaks of God, love and peace between people. In my experience, I haven’t been able to see the love and respect for music anywhere else other than India. I am looking forward to perform at the World Sufi Spirit Festival and I appreciate the platform that has been created to promote a traditional art.”

Giving both the national as well as international artists a common ground to learn and discover rich Sufi traditions prevalent worldwide, WSSF has created a platform for the artists to perform and collaborate seamlessly.

For more information

PR 24×7 Network Limited

Atul Malikram

atul@atulmalikram.in