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Coral of the Year

Coral of the Year

Activism, Arts, culture, Design, Have you heard, Lifestyle, World
Tickle me pink - or ‘Living Coral,’ to be exact: coral has been deemed Colour of the Year by Pantone. With every day seeming to bring a new headline about how the world is breaking down, Pantone knows what humanity needs as 2018 comes to a close — a Colour of the Year that reflects ‘warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy.’ Introducing the 2019 @Pantone Color of the Year: Living Coral. It is a warm natural shade that’s energizing, stunning, and at the intersection of the biggest visual trends. https://t.co/lQMk3ELeZv #COY2019 #LivingCoral pic.twitter.com/te6UP19rP7 — Adobe Illustrator (@Illustrator) December 7, 2018   Unlike ‘Rose Quartz’ (also referred to as ‘millennial pink’) which was Pantone’s Colour of the Year in 2016, the deep pink colour has a
Relax yourself to happiness

Relax yourself to happiness

F1, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
Ah...deadlines. They can be stressful and make you want to pull your hair out. It can feel as if everything is piling upon you and you can’t get a break. But fear not! We have some tips to help you relax and catch your breath for a minute. They are not only for relaxing, but to kick your feet up and have some fun as well! 1. Cooking Image: Maarten van den Heuvel via Unsplash This is therapeutic to many people who love to cook and also to people who love to eat. Cook something that makes you feel at home. Cuddle up in front of the TV or your laptop and watch a comedy or feel-good movie. 2. Dancing Image: Blake Cheek via Unsplash It doesn’t matter whether you know to dance or not. Or even if you are any good at it. Just play some music and dance around your room like nobody
The Indian language of colour

The Indian language of colour

Fashion, Featured
A rare sight of traditional Indian garments paraded in a vibrant escapism of colour in one of London’s temples. https://soundcloud.com/bhujmandir/mangal-fera-fare-1?in=bhujmandir/sets/rukmani-vivah Barefoot and with my eyes beaming with excitement, I entered the sand-coloured Shri Vallabh Nidhi Hindus temple in Wembley, London. It was 9:00am and there were only a few people scattered inside the building. I let my eyes wander around the sophisticated carvings and lavishly ornates deities, waiting for the ceremonies to begin. I got distracted by a group of elder women making their way towards the centre of the temple. Wearing flamboyant green, blue and yellow saris, they sit one by one under the protective gaze of deities. A multicoloured arch of tinsels and chiffons was hanging o
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