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Actress Lisa Haydon showstopper for Designer Nivedita Saboo

Actress Sonal Chauhan showstopper for Designer Anjali Khushlani

TV star Anita Habshani walked for Designer Sharad Raghav Actress Mugdha Godse with Designer Sangeeta Sharma

Actress Shriya Saran walking for Designer Shougher Merchant Doshi

Model Deepti Gujral showcasing Designer Nivedita Saboo

Model Alisa Raut showcasing Designer Joy Mitra's collection

Actress Urvashi Rautela walking for Designer Riddhi Siddhi

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Models showcasing Designer Suneet Varma's collection

Model showcasing Designer Satya Paul on the final day

Model showcasing Satya Paul collection

Model showcasing men's wear collection for Designer Nivedita Saboo

Model showcasing men's wear collection


KAMAL SINGH (CHOREOGRAPHER), SHWETA GAUR (MAKE-UP),RAVI GUPTA DESIGNER AND PREETI VOHRA

MODEL SNAKSHI DHUPAR

MODEL LIZA FERNANDES

MODEL HARSH GOEL

MODEL VISHA RAJPUT


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No diet regime is complete without dry fruits as they are packed with various nutrients and essential fats. They also have a number of skin benefits and form a major ingredient of beauty products. Listed below are 5 dry fruits which should be incorporated in your regular diet plan. ALMONDS - Fondly called the ‘king of dry fruits’, almonds are a powerhouse of essential fatty acids, fiber and protein. They are a great natural source of vitamin E, zinc and selenium. They are known to promote blood circulation, improve hemoglobin levels and reduce cholesterol and thereby, helping in the prevention of lung and breast cancer. Almonds are also very filling, making them the perfect snack item for your healthy diet plan. Almonds when used in face packs, leave your skin radiant and baby soft, even in severe dry winter days. You can make a paste of almonds with milk, apply onto your face for about 20 minutes and then wash off with water. They are also used in many medicines and almond oil is used for hair treatments. FIG - Figs, better known as Anjeer is packed with vitamin, mineral and fiber. Figs are a source of vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, calcium, manganese, sodium, iron, phosphorus and chlorine. They are

By Dietician LEKHA ATKAR

also rich in potassium and help to control blood sugar. These are excellent for diabetic patients as they help to reduce the amount of insulin needed by diabetic patients. It helps in treatment of a wide range of diseases including constipation, indigestion, cough, bronchitis and asthma. PISTACHIO - These delicious greenish nuts are a storehouse of vitamins and minerals like manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, copper, magnesium and phosphorous. They are also rich in Vitamin E and help protect our skin from UV rays that cause premature ageing and skin cancer. Pistachios are also loaded with antioxidants, which prevent ageing by neutralizing the free radicals. It is the most unique nut since it contains carotenoids, lutein and zeaxanthin. WALNUT - Unarguably one of the healthiest nuts, this dry fruit is a must during winters. Walnut has omega-3 fatty acid which is good for hair, especially when the weather becomes extremely dry. They are known to lower cholesterol, promote sleep and are good for skin an CASHEW - Cashewnuts control cholesterol levels, blood sugar and high blood pressure, prevent migraines and when eaten in moderation, also help you lose


Photography by Keyur Soni Garments by Designer Amit Shahdadpuri (F2 Ethnic Studio) Article by Mehul Suthar

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