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Eid Celebrations at San Antonio Museum of Arts

By Tanvi Rastogi @tanviidotcom
I read or hear stories from people about their lives, their experiences, and things they have done or lived through and wonder why have I not had any landmark moment in my life? 

There isn't a single achievement that I feel proud of ... in the sense ... that I would boast about narrate it as a 'story' ... nor is there any struggle that I have been through that is monumental enough to be made a big deal about and told as a 'story'.  Does that mean that I am living through life without any significant experience? Or that things happen in my life and I simply fail to recognize them as an achievement or struggle (later would be a good scenario though! I assume)? If I were to write an autobiography at this point, I think it would be a pretty boring one. I'd probably title it as "A story not worth telling!" - How morbid is that? I better do something to change that. I do not want my story to be boring. Or even worse, not written at all!   On brighter side, I wore this on Sunday for the Eid celebrations at SAMA. And as far an Indian wear goes, I like simplicity. I like handlooms. And I believe less is more!   Eid Celebrations at San Antonio Museum of Arts
Eid Celebrations at San Antonio Museum of Arts
Eid Celebrations at San Antonio Museum of Arts
Eid Celebrations at San Antonio Museum of Arts
Eid Celebrations at San Antonio Museum of Arts
Eid Celebrations at San Antonio Museum of Arts
Salwar Kameez - From India [13']

Shoes (Juttis) - From Amritsar, India [11']
Ring - Crazy & Co. [12']
Bangles - Assorted  Eid Celebrations at San Antonio Museum of Arts

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