parents are sending their children to boarding schools in
India so that kids can stay in touch with their roots and
imbibe Indian culture and values, writes Swati
Indians settled or posted abroad are quite happy
with the opportunities and facilities in the foreign land.
However, most of Indian parents are concerned about their
children’s exposure to the Western culture. They feel
that there is a tussle between the morals on which they
have been brought up and the lack of values that their
children are growing up with. As a result, most of the
parents have been sending their kids to study in India in
the hope of giving them a sound foundation of moral values
and academic acumen.
set for the chill
A mix of Indo-Western
dresses will be the major trend this winter season, says Nivedita
winter knocks on the doors, stock up on a mix of bold
colours and experimental designs that suit both genders, say
experts. Coats, jackets, dresses, hats and scarves and even a
mix of Indo-Western will be the major trends this season.
Designer Nida Mahmood, known for her flair for creative and
dramatic creations, stresses on androgyny fashion for this