Mrs India Globe Manisha Sharma, defining beauty & feminism on her own terms

SWAPNIL   SAUNDARYA  e-zine  

( Vol- 05, Year - 2017 , SPECIAL ISSUE )


Presents

Mrs India Globe Manisha Sharma, defining beauty & feminism on her own terms

Published by : Aten Publishing House 


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Swapnil Saundarya ezine : An Intro


Launched in June 2013, Swapnil Saundarya ezine has been the first exclusive lifestyle ezine from India available in Hindi language ( Except Guest Articles ) updated bi- monthly . We at Swapnil Saundarya ezine , endeavor to keep our readership in touch with all the areas of fashion , Beauty, Health and Fitness mantras, home decor, history recalls, Literature, Lifestyle, Society, Religion and many more. Swapnil Saundarya ezine encourages its readership to make their life just like their Dream World .




स्वप्निल सौंदर्य ई-ज़ीन - परिचय 



ला , साहित्य,  फ़ैशन व सौंदर्य को समर्पित भारत की पहली हिन्दी लाइफस्टाइल  ई- पत्रिका के पँचम चरण अर्थात पँचम वर्ष में आप सभी का स्वागत है . 

फ़ैशन व लाइफस्टाइल  से जुड़ी हर वो बात जो है हम सभी के लिये खास, पहुँचेगी आप तक , हर पल , हर वक़्त, जब तक स्वप्निल सौंदर्य के साथ हैं आप. गत वर्षों की सफलता और आप सभी पाठकों के अपार प्रेम व प्रोत्साहन  के बाद अब स्वप्निल सौंदर्य ई-ज़ीन  ( Swapnil Saundarya ezine )   के पँचम वर्ष को एक नई उमंग, जोश व लालित्य के साथ प्रस्तुत किया जा रहा है ताकि आप अपनी ज़िंदगी को अपने सपनों की दुनिया बनाते रहें. सुंदर सपने देखते रहें और अपने हर सपने को साकार करते रहें .तो जुड़े रहिये 'स्वप्निल सौंदर्य' ब्लॉग व ई-ज़ीन  के साथ .

और ..............

बनायें अपनी ज़िंदगी को अपने सपनों की दुनिया .
( Make your Life just like your Dream World ) 




Founder - Editor  ( संस्थापक - संपादक ) :  
Rishabh Shukla  ( ऋषभ शुक्ला )

Managing Editor (कार्यकारी संपादक) :  
Suman Tripathi (सुमन त्रिपाठी) 

Chief  Writer (मुख्य लेखिका ) :  
Swapnil Shukla (स्वप्निल शुक्ला )

Art Director ( कला निदेशक) : 
Amit Chauhan  (अमित चौहान) 

Marketing Head ( मार्केटिंग प्रमुख ) : 
Vipul Bajpai (विपुल बाजपई) 


'स्वप्निल सौंदर्य - ई ज़ीन ' ( Swapnil Saundarya ezine )  में पूर्णतया मौलिक, अप्रकाशित लेखों को ही कॉपीराइट बेस पर स्वीकार किया जाता है . किसी भी बेनाम लेख/ योगदान पर हमारी कोई ज़िम्मेदारी नहीं होगी . जब तक कि खासतौर से कोई निर्देश न दिया गया हो , सभी फोटोग्राफ्स व चित्र केवल रेखांकित उद्देश्य से ही इस्तेमाल किए जाते हैं . लेख में दिए गए विचार लेखक के अपने हैं , उस पर संपादक की सहमति हो , यह आवश्यक नहीं है. हालांकि संपादक प्रकाशित विवरण को पूरी तरह से जाँच- परख कर ही प्रकाशित करते हैं, फिर भी उसकी शत- प्रतिशत की ज़िम्मेदारी उनकी नहीं है . प्रोड्क्टस , प्रोडक्ट्स से संबंधित जानकारियाँ, फोटोग्राफ्स, चित्र , इलस्ट्रेशन आदि के लिए ' स्वप्निल सौंदर्य - ई ज़ीन ' को ज़िम्मेदार नहीं ठहराया जा सकता .

कॉपीराइट : 'स्वप्निल सौंदर्य - ई ज़ीन '   ( Swapnil Saundarya ezine )   के कॉपीराइट सुरक्षित हैं और इसके सभी अधिकार आरक्षित हैं . इसमें प्रकाशित किसी भी विवरण को कॉपीराइट धारक से लिखित अनुमति प्राप्त किए बिना आंशिक या संपूर्ण रुप से पुन: प्रकाशित करना , सुधारकर  संग्रहित करना या किसी भी रुप या अर्थ में अनुवादित करके इलेक्ट्रॉनिक या यांत्रिक , प्रतिलिपि, रिकॉर्डिंग करना या दुनिया के किसी भी हिस्से में प्रकाशित करना निषेध है . 'स्वप्निल सौंदर्य - ई ज़ीन ' के सर्वाधिकार ' ऋषभ शुक्ल' ( Rishabh Shukla )  के पास सुरक्षित हैं . इसका किसी भी प्रकार से पुन: प्रकाशन निषेध है.

चेतावनी : 'स्वप्निल सौंदर्य - ई ज़ीन '  ( Swapnil Saundarya ezine )   में घरेलु नुस्खे, सौंदर्य निखार के लिए टिप्स एवं विभिन्न चिकित्सा पद्धतियों के संबंध में तथ्यपूर्ण जानकारी देने की हमने पूरी सावधानी बरती है . फिर भी पाठकों को चेतावनी दी जाती है कि अपने वैद्य या चिकित्सक आदि की सलाह से औषधि लें , क्योंकि बच्चों , बड़ों और कमज़ोर व्यक्तियों की शारीरिक शक्ति अलग अलग होती है , जिससे दवा की मात्रा क्षमता के अनुसार निर्धारित करना जरुरी है.  







संपादकीय
Editorial :

Namaste All ! 


We are extremely proud to present Swapnil Saundarya Vlog  { A vlog (or video blog)}   is  a blog that contains video content.  )on  the completion of successful and glorious four years of Swapnil Saundarya  ezine  & We literally step over into the fifth year of our ezine. Once again, the start of a brand new volume has come upon us. As we enter into new possibilities, may we all be reminded that we have the ability to be, do, and have anything that we want; that there are no mistakes, only lessons; and that the love and happiness we seek is already within our grasp. 



During previous volumes, we all grew some, laughed some (a LOT, I hope!), shed some tears, and came to some new realizations with Swapnil Saundarya . We reached some of our goals, gained some victories, and also came to more clearly define the things we want to have in the future. All in all, we have truly been blessed!

As we begin volume 5th of Swapnil Saundarya ezine, my prayer is that we continue to  grow and find the space within ourselves to know, beyond all doubt, that there is nothing more that we need to do in order to be complete. All we need is a willingness to allow ourselves to feel good and to be at peace in the present moment. All we need is gratitude for all that we have, and all that we have had the pleasure to be and to experience. That is the starting point from which all other things will flow into our existence. 

Be a part of Swapnil Saundarya ezine and Make your Life just like your Dream World !

With love,

Rishabh
Founder-Editor


Launched in June 2013, Swapnil Saundarya ezine  has been the first exclusive lifestyle ezine from India available in Hindi language ( Except Guest Articles ) updated bi- monthly .We at Swapnil Saundarya ezine , endeavor to keep our readership in touch with all the areas of fashion , Beauty, Health and Fitness mantras, home decor, history recalls, Literature, Lifestyle, Society, Religion and many more.Swapnil Saundarya ezine encourages its readership to make their life just like their Dream World .










Guns are to men what jewelry is to women !

The Fascinating History of Indian Jewellery

Author

Swapnil
Jewellery Designer – Fashion Consultant – Design Journalist- Crafts Expert

Published by : 

Aten Publishing House




Indian jewellery is as old as Indian civilisation itself. The ruins of the Indus Valley civilisation, going back to 5000 years, have yielded examples of beaded jewellery. In the sculptures at Bharhut, Sanchi and Amaravati and the paintings at Ajanta can be seen the wide range of jewellery worn by man and woman, by king and commoner. The temples of South India, Bengal, Orissa and Central India present a veritable cornucopia of the jeweller's art.

Jewelry has undergone an unprecedented revolution in recent decades. Personal adornment has always attracted wide interest, but since the 1960s jewelry has found fresh inspiration. Influences from other arts, the use of surprising materials and the desire to make an individual statement or even to tell a story, have all combined to create a new and exciting movement.

Jewellery in ancient times was not only an adornment, but each stone was endowed with a mystical quality and used as a protection against evil forces. The navaratna or nine gems, each sacred to a planet, are worn in a particular order for the same reason to this day. The maniratna, called the serpent stone, was used as a talisman to protect the wearer. Rudraksha and Tulsi seeds and sandalwood beads are worn even today during Hindu worship.

The advent of Moghul rule further embellished Indian jewellery. The synthesis of Hindu and Muslim forms and patterns resulted in a great outburst of ornamentation, elegant and exquisite, and of a lush extravagance never seen before. Although traces of enamelling have been found in ancient Taxila, this art reached its zenith only under the Moghuls, when even the unseen reverse side of each jewel was covered with intricate enamel work (minakari).

Jewellery later became a means of putting by savings, like a bank today, and of providing financial security to women who sold it in times of need.
The Indian love of gold may have been a means of acquiring wealth. But the Indian love of jewellery is really a love of the beautiful and the aesthetic, of man's aspirations to reach perfection in form, design and colour. Repetition, symmetry and orderly progression in design are typical of the Indian belief in order, or R'ta, in the cosmic universe.

This book tells the story of India’s fascination with jewellery that begins 5,000 years ago in the Indus Valley and provides information on History and significance of Indian Jewellery along with evergreen jewellery trends and detailed information on Amulets and Talismans. The book also focuses on the inspired use of new materials, new processes, new tools and new ideas and is an essential work of reference for collectors, artists, curators and students of twentieth-century art, craft and jewelry.
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Book Cost : 300.00 INR

Shipping Cost : 150.00 INR

Format : Paper Back, Custom Size

Written by : Swapnil Shukla


Published by : Aten Publishing House





Secrets of Visual Merchandising
Creating Store Space that encourages buying

by
Interior Designer - Visual Artist - Arts Journalist  Rishabh

Published by :: Aten Publishing House



A great introduction for retail students, this book offers a user-friendly reference guide to all aspects of visual merchandising and covers both window dressing and in-store areas. Using examples from a range of shops, from fashion emporia to small outlets, the book offers practical advice on the subject, supported by hints and tips from Interior Designer - Visual Artist - Arts Journalist  Rishabh.

It reveals the information on the use of mannequins, the latest technology, and how to construct and source props, and explains the psychology behind shopping and buyer behavior.

Presented through  photographs, diagrams of floor layouts, and store case studies, and including invaluable information such as a glossary of terms used in the industry, 'Secrets of Visual Merchandising'  is an essential handbook for anyone working in and learning about this exciting area.

Book Cost : 250.00 INR

Shipping Cost : 150.00 INR

Format : Paper Back, Custom Size

Written by : Rishabh Shukla

Published by : Aten Publishing House


Order Now by sending us an e-mail on Painterbabupb@gmail.com





Mrs India Globe Manisha Sharma, defining beauty & feminism on her own terms



The Indian women are very responsible in life and that is why most of the people who even after settling out of India come back and marry an Indian girl. This is because of the fact that Indian women are more responsible in their life. For them wedding is bondage and they would never dream to break that bondage. The other important attitude on Indian women is that she has more patience and can adjust herself to any circumstances. Besides, all this in the Indian family life, people consider women as the sole responsibility of home maker. And doing a home maker job is not as easy as it seems to be.

The beauty about India women is that she is patient for most of the events which happen in life. The role of girl in the tradition of India is much related to peace and she is considered to be the goddess of every family. People in India believe that girls bring in wish and luck to each family.

The Indian women consider herself the trust worthy person on any family and that is the reason why she is shouldered with lot and lot of roles and responsibilities. Traditionally when you compare Indian women and any women from western countries, the Indian women shoulders a lot of roles and duties. In western countries almost all the houses have servants or maids to do day to day activities but whereas in India the women has to do all the jobs whether she is a working women or house maker.

'Swapnil Saundarya' believes in the fact that "there is no force equal to a woman who is determined to rise". We always appreciate those strong willed modern day Indian women who think that the world is their oyster.

Here, we are going to introduce you to an Indian woman who is defining beauty and feminism on her own terms and encouraging other women to do the same.

So friends say Hello to the goregeous 'Manisha Sharma' ,who recently bagged the title of Mrs India Globe Classic 2017 .




When she left her hometown Kanpur to set up home in Lucknow after getting married , little did this woman  know that she would be embarking on a new journey that would take her all the way to win the prestigious title of  Mrs India Globe Classic  2017.

The primary school teacher and homemaker Manisha Sharma , who did the city proud  by winning the Mrs India Globe Classic 2017 pageant in  Delhi, says she still can't believe that it's for real.





"I feel, I am still dreaming," Lucknow's most glamourous bahu told 'Swapnil Saundarya ezine' in a conversation.

Manisha unfolds her veiled personality and her journey from a daughter to a homemaker and then conquering the crown of Mrs India Globe Classic 2017 with Swapnil Saundarya.







Manisha's  father is retired as associate directer from CSA university and her mother is a housewife. She got married during her post gradution. Then so many priorities came into her life and she got totally involved with them.

In the words of Manisha,  "After marriage, I gave my hundred percent time to my family and tried to give best upbringing to my children. My husband is very supportive. When my kids grown up I decided to do something. So, I did my B.Ed and started teaching 6 yrs ago. My daughter Pakhi moved to Bangalore for her further studies and I was feeling very low."

It was a chance-remark by a close friend that set Manisha on the road to win this title. "My best friend Raj Smriti suggested me to go for this Pageant Mrs India Globe Classic . But I was not ready. My daughter coaxed me that you should go and you can do wonders.I applied for this event and after auditions I got selected. " recalled Manisha, who admitted to being a touch nervous before flying out to Delhi.





" I reached Delhi and met with other contestants. I felt that there is no chance of me so just enjoy the moment " said Manisha.

"1st Round was all about introducing yourself and I entered with my lucknowi outfit and Urdu shayari,

" वो पेचदार गलियाँ वो गोमती के किससे
नज़ाकत नफ़ासत वो तहज़ीब सबके हिस्से
अदब और सियासत जहाँ शतरंज खेलते है
वो मेरा घर है जिसे आप लखनऊ बोलते है  "

And jury clapped so long for this " recalled Manisha.




Manisha  wowed the audience with her poise and grace and charmed the judges with her "honest" answers. "The question-answer segment was most enjoyable. It was more like holding a conversation, not a grilling session," she added.


Asked by the judges , " what will u do If you don't win this crow?"

Manisha had them stumped by saying:  "I am very positive person.I am turning 44 and your pageant's age limit is 48 years. I have four more years to compete . So, I will come again and take this crown And I was declared Mrs India Globe Classic 2017".





Manisha is a strong believer in continuous self improvement and achievement and she believes that excellence is a habit which is why one needs to give their best every single time.

On asking about who motivated your drive to participate in Classic Mrs. India pageant, Manisha replied , " I’ve always been encouraged to dream big and follow my dreams; I think a lot of credit goes to my upbringing . Empowerment, responsibility, beauty and intelligence are what every women aspires to have and Mrs India Globe Classic  is that one platform that exemplifies all of the above. Being a woman I have a craving to work for things I passionately feel for. My husband and children have been my biggest and constant sources of encouragement to go out there, give my best and bring the crown home."





On asking about what message would you like to give to all the women  and your fans reading this article, Manisha answered , " I really want to thank you and Swapnil Saundarya ezine for this feature and giving me a platform to share! I just want to say that there’s still a long way to go for me and I’ve realized it takes a lot of hard work, patience and determination to chase our dreams, so my message to every women reading this  would be to dream big, relentlessly get behind it, live the opportunities, experience the downfalls and absorb all that you can learn as it only makes you stronger, better and get closer to achieving what you want. Age is no bar for excellence. Indian women are combination of beauty, brain and emotions.They can create history at any age. So, there's no need to kill your dreams . Go ahead and success will come to you definitely. Through the journey, just always, ALWAYS remind yourself why you started in the first place, so that every day you are as excited to do your best as the last.


Swapnil Saundarya ezine wishes Manisha Sharma every success in life .

-  Rishabh Shukla
  Founder-Editor










KINGDOM OF SWAPNIL SAUNDARYA DOLLS ......




Presenting new range of DREAM BEAUTY #DOLLS !!!!!

Proudly #MadeInIndia

Swapnil Saundarya Desi Dolls / Dream Beauty Dolls : All New Beauties

These are hand knitted Dolls namely SWAPNIL SAUNDARYA DESI DOLLS made by the only use of Threads. These desi dolls have capacity to grab your full attention and can even steal your heart . No matter how old are you , you can easily fall in love with these cute and beautiful Desi Dolls. We make Dream beauty Dolls in various forms like angels, fairies, school going kids and many more. They are all different.They are all single-thread pieces and demand undivided focus. Swapnil Saundarya Desi Doll is characterised by dedication to detail. Swapnil Saundarya Desi Dolls resembles the finesse of a perfectly hand crafted product. These Dolls are chemical free i.e Eco Friendly and are unharmful to kids .

These Desi Dolls can become your kid’s best friend and enhances your décor while using them as interior accessories. Customers can also gift them to their near and dear ones.These dolls  captured the smiles of children of all ages. They feature Thread bodies with molded hands, feet and heads. Facial features are hand  sewn and are dressed in decent pretty clothes. These dolls will provide a unique touch to your  home decor or can be a happy addition to a child’s collection.







'Swapnil Saundarya Fragrance ' :: Made-to-share fragrance



What is the smell of a man? Or of a woman? The truth is there is no defining characteristic that makes a scent intrinsically masculine or feminine; it’s all a result of gender ideology and years of powerful marketing. The idea that women should smell of delicate florals and a man of creamy wood is outdated and overruled by the rise of unisex and made-to-share fragrances.

To save you the bother of scouring department store shelves we’ve discovered this gender-neutral scent namely  'Swapnil Saundarya Fragrance ' in the market.

The range (  'Swapnil Saundarya Fragrance' )  features jasmine, rose and sandalwood, among other local scents, and is priced between Rs 300 and Rs 1,000 for a 30ml to 100ml bottle of eau de parfum, much lower than foreign brands. And that was a very conscious decision, made in order to convince locals to use perfume  on a daily basis, instead of saving it for special occasions or relying solely on deodorants to smell good.




The Bohemian Jewels by Swapnil Saundarya Label

The word ‘Bohemian’ is most often used when describing someone who does not conform to tradition. This is the case in the way he/she might act as well as dress and that is when jewellery and fashion come into play . Jewellery designs that are usually described as bohemian tend to be a mix of different materials and have a care free style to them . Swapnil Saundarya Label’s jewelery is considered bohemian because it mixes gemstones, glass, cotton, ceramic, threads and metal elements together. This kind of jewellery is designed to convey an attitude and style that says free- spirited.



















Fight against Breast Cancer

We have two options, medically and emotionally: give up or fight like hell




SWAPNIL SAUNDARYA CHEMO DOLLS

#ChemoDolls :: Bald is beautiful
‘Swapnil Saundarya Label’ is proud to present its exclusive range of chemo dolls which can help in conveying the psychosocial effects of treatment to cancer patients .
Our Label has created Swapnil Saundarya Chemo Dolls with an extremely rare condition where they do not have hair , they went through all their cancer treatments with their chemo, radiation and surgery . These Chemo Doll with the ‘ Fighting Spirit ‘ help to affirm and support the struggles of cancer patients. These dolls are designed to encourage Cancer patients who have to go through chemo therapy and will likely lose their hair. Swapnil Saundarya Chemo Dolls are dolls for children as well as for adults in treatments for cancer.
Doll Designer Swapnil has been very busy making chemo dolls which are simply beautiful and bald ! each with their own removable colorful hat adjoining with the doll’s hand representing the power to fight against the terrible disease Cancer . These dolls are dedicated to all of them battling this awful disease.
Help Swapnil Saundarya Label  meet their goal of placing  Swapnil Saundarya Chemo Dolls in the arms of all cancer patients who need a hug and to put big smiles on their faces .You can nominate any child with cancer who needs a new best friend Doll and the company will ship his or her new doll with our love and care from Swapnil Saundarya Label.
Doll Designer Swapnil believes that her dolls have the magic to make their own best friends feel super brave and courageous.”Our mission is to provide emotional support to children and adults in treatment for cancer and other serious illnesses through our chemo dolls  and Artistic Cards ” she said.
Swapnil Saundarya Chemo Dolls are available at Swapnil Saundarya estore and Rishabh Interiors and Arts :: The e Studio.



'Swapnil Saundarya' For a Cause : FIGHT AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & CHILD ABUSE


#StopDomesticViolence 
#StopChildAbuse

YES ! I AM BOLD  is a collection of paintings by Interior Designer, Painter and Arts Journalist  Rishabh that speak out against Domestic violence and Child Abuse.

YES ! I AM BOLD .






















प्रिय पाठकों !

आपकी ओर से निरंतर प्राप्त हो रही सकारात्मक प्रतिक्रियाओं के लिए 'स्वप्निल सौंदर्य ई ज़ीन' की पूरी टीम की तरफ से आप सभी को हृ्दय से आभार . अपने आशीर्वाद, प्रेम व प्रोत्साहन की वर्षा हम पर सदैव करते रहें . आपकी टिप्पणियों , सलाहों एवं मार्गदर्शन का हमें बेसब्री से इतंज़ार रहता है . पत्रिका के लिए आपके लेख, रचनायें आदि सादर आमंत्रित हैं.  कृ्प्या अपने पत्र के साथ अपना पूरा नाम ,पता, फोन नंo व पासपोर्ट साइज़ फोटो अवश्य संलग्न करें. 

ई- मेल :    swapnilsaundarya@gmail.com

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स्वप्निल सौंदर्य ई- ज़ीन में रचनायें भेजने व प्रकाशित कराने हेतु नियम :


स्वप्निल सौंदर्य ई- ज़ीन ( ई- पत्रिका )  मैं रचना प्रेषित करते समय कृ्प्या निम्न बातों का ध्यान रखें -

- रचना साफ - सुथरी हो व  Word Text Format  अथवा Rich Text Format   पे लिखी गई हो .

- भेजी गई रचना मौलिक , अप्रकाशित व अप्रसारित होनी चाहिये. किसी भी पत्र- पत्रिका से चुराई गई रचना कृ्प्या न भेजें. यदि रचना चुराई गई है, और यह साबित हो गया तो उक्त व्यक्ति पर कोर्ट में कारवाई की जाएगी.

- रचना के साथ आपका पूरा नाम, पता, पिनकोड व पासपोर्ट साइज़ फोटो अवश्य भेजें. 

- रचना पर शीर्षक के ऊपर मौलिकता के संबंध में साफ - साफ लिखें अन्यथा रचना पर विचार नहीं किया जाएगा.

- रचना सिंपल फांट ( Font )  में लिखी गई हो .

- रचना भेजते समय अपने बारे में संक्षिप्त ब्योरा जरुर दें . यदि स्वप्निल सौंदर्य ई-ज़ीन के किसी स्थायी स्तंभ के लिए रचना भेज रहे हैं तो उस स्तंभ का शीर्षक लिखना न भूलें.

- प्रत्येक स्वीकृ्त रचना का कॉपीराइट ( सर्वाधिकार ) पत्रिका के कॉपीराइट धारक का है और कोई स्वीकृ्त / प्रकाशित रचना कॉपीराइट धारक से पूर्वलिखित अनुमति लिए बिना अन्यत्र अनुदित , प्रकाशित या प्रसारित नहीं होनी चाहिये. 


- स्वप्निल सौंदर्य ई-ज़ीन टीम  ( Swapnil Saundarya ezine Team )  





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