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Thursday, 2 February 2017

Parachute Advanced Body Lotion with Coconut Milk Review

For www.glossypolish.Com
Devosmita Sen

Winter is here! and so is Dry Skin. The harsh winter weather brings bad news for your skin, it becomes dry and flaky. Our face being our top priority, we always properly moisturize. But our body too requires proper nourishment! Yes, even our body needs to be moisturized just like our face to keep our skin looking fresh, healthy and vibrant. We often overlook our skin and hide it under our long jackets and winter sweaters, but they require equal love and care. So today, I'll be reviewing "Parachute Advanced Body Lotion with Coconut Milk" which promises Deep Nourishment for extra dry skin. Keep reading for the review.

What is it and who is it for?

It's an advanced body moisturising lotion with Coconut milk which provides deep nourishment and moisturisation keeping skin soft and healthy.

It works for extra dry skin by providing 100% Natural Moisturisers. It visibly reduces dry flakiness and gives a soft supple skin.

It is suitable for the entire family and caters to all skin types due to the 100% Natural Moisturisers which nourish the skin from deep within.
It rejuvenates the skin by replenishing the natural essential oils of our body which drys out due to the harsh winter weather.


I bought it for INR 200 (250ml) from a local pharmacy.


Yes, it's Vegan and contains 100% Natural Moisturisers. The ingredients include 'Cocos Nucifera Oil' and'Coconut Milk'.

What does the brand claim about Parachute Advanced Body Lotion with Coconut Milk?

The brand promises deep nourishment for extra dry skin by the 100% Natural Moisturisers. It is suitable for entire family thus caters to all skin types.

My Experience with Parachute Advanced Body Lotion with Coconut Milk?

I had bought this lotion during winters as I needed a lotion which provided nourishment to dry skin. I was attracted to the fact that it contained 100% Natural Moisturisers and Coconut Milk in it. 
The plus point of this body lotion is that it is suitable for all skin tones and can be used by entire family.
The cream is light and moisturises the skin well leaving it smooth and soft. It has very pleasant smell too.

Positives of Parachute Advanced Body Lotion with Coconut Milk?

- It is long lasting.
- It moisturises and nourishes the skin well.
- It is extremely skin friendly.

Negatives of Parachute Advanced Body Lotion with Coconut Milk?

- It has a bit oily aftereffect.

Overall Will I recommend and repurchase?

Yes, I would recommend . It is a must have winters to tackle dry and flaky skin. It helps in moisturizing and nourishing the skin. If you have very dry skin type, you should definitely give it a try.

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Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Account of a Rupee

Devosmita Sen

      “      Account of a Rupee    “                  
Hello, I am going to let you guess who I am? I am round with strength of steel and have been everywhere from the rich to the poor. Yes, I am a coin but no ordinary coin may I remind you, I am an Indian coin called as Rupee .Yup, my name comes from the Hindi word rupaya is derived from Sanskrit word rūpya, which means "wrought silver, a coin of silver".

You see I was first introduced though by citizens of Indus Civilization on the banks of river Indus but I was named something else. Centuries later Mauryan emperors Chandragupta Maurya introduced me as RupayaRupa and during that time I was made of silver but my brothers and sisters were made of either copper or gold. I was and still am sadly prized by all and many people make their sole ambition to earn or find me .I continued during Mughal period where I was saw art and music flourish. I was given to them in exchange of their services .I was with the emperor when he made the beautiful ‘Taj Mahal’, it was truly a wonderful sight and it made my heart of steel melt.

Yes but you see change is the fundamental law of Nature, then the foreign masters in their ships came to my land in search of exotic spices and tea .Soon they established themselves as the rulers by wars and strife . They forced my people into submission and we did not have our freedom any more. Those periods were the darkest times I had seen, people of my country led revolts and mutiny against those imperial beings but their efforts were silenced by bullets. I was slapped and burned by the seals bearing the Emperors and Queens of the imperial breed .My efforts of revolt were only heard as a sizzle in the kiln .I was humiliated to bear the marks of those kings and queens who ruled my people and me.

In 15th August 1947, I saw my country be free and the freedom that my people won by nonviolence .But I will remember lives and blood lost to get it. I was itching to have the name of independent India on me but I had to wait .I had to wait for 3 years to get my right. But on 15th August 1950 the British King's portrait was replaced by the Lion Capital of the Ashoka Pillar. A corn sheaf replaced the Tiger on the one rupee coin. This change I bore bravely and as they were my warrior wounds and this was moment I waiting all my life. In some ways this symbolized a shift in focus to progress and prosperity.

I am now Ferritic Stainless Steel from silver .I have been in hands of old and new. I have seen my imperial sign bearing brother passed down from generations as a symbol of bygone past.

Now, though I am in free India, a sovereign, secular nation but then also I see each day people running after me and forgetting the beauty of life and forgetting to enjoy it .I speak for my brothers and sisters in other countries and myself that we long for the day where money is not all that human live for.

Graduation Day - Short Story

Devosmita Sen

               “ The Graduation Day

Do you know who you are? 
Do you understand what has happened to you? 
Do you want to live like this?

 500 WORDS =) =========================================================================

“Mom! Today is my graduation. Whoo! Yippee!” Akanksha said to her mother while doing her victory dance .

“Yes dear, I am so happy that you are graduating college. Whole world is your doorstep now. Whee! My girl has really grown up now! “ said her mother from the kitchen while making her favorite breakfast.

“Yum! Mom .Today you have outdone yourself “Akanksha said while putting the last morsel in her mouth.

“Mom! I am off to college .Meet you there” said Akanksha touching her mother’s feet.
Then the door closed.

5 Years Later.

Rain is pouring .Once again the city is clogged. By the window, Akanksha is sitting and looking outside .Her mother is calling for her to come and have her breakfast but Akanksha seems lost in her own thought.

“I just over and over again try to think about that graduation day. It was such a beautiful morning “Akanksha says to herself trying to figure out what went so horribly wrong that she now is paralysed from the neck down.

“All my friends are in such great places in life and me just stuck .Just stuck” Akanksha thought.

Her mother interrupts her thoughts and wheels her to the dining table and says, “Beta! Eat your breakfast or it’ll get cold and your professor again called he wants to ask you whether you’ll accept position of Asst .Professor. You could give video lessons from home itself.” then looks at her daughter with the motherly concern and affection just like that graduation day.

For Akanksha now each task even the simple ones takes patience and strength. She is getting better in those but she has to take each day as it comes.

Akanksha nodded and says “I’ll think about it “.

Her mother worried about Akanksha as she no longer has any friends and tomorrow it would be 5 years since that incident.
“Akanksha, you know there is an app ‘Wanted Umbrella’ where you know you could get to know people who have similar disabilities and you know you could chat, support, help fellow people and go their meeting. Darling, you need to be open and make some friends “her mother suggested hesitantly knowing she did not like these talks but she knew that Akanksha needs friends who understand what she is going through and could support her. Her mother knew that Akanksha needs to move on.

“Mom, please don’t” Akanksha requested then moved towards the window.” It’s still raining” Akanksha said as she likes rains.

That night Akanksha dreamed of that day again and again and again. She was so relieved that it was morning .She went to her balcony on the way she saw a piece of paper lying on the table .It was familiar to her .She read it

Do you know who you are?
Do you understand what has happened to you?
Do you want to live like this?

Yea, She had written it when they were taking her to the hospital after the incident .But after it she had hidden it as she was afraid of it .Akanksha read that again aloud and the birds where chirping with her as if encouraging and reassuring her. She shouted at top of her voice again and again .Something about Akanksha changed that day

Well that was the last she dreamed about the graduation day, now she no longer feels stuck. She now is an Asst Professor and is working with an NGO of differently abled.

She is not where she had dreamed to be when she was a child but I think she is getting there. I think she’s making her mum’s word true about the world being at her doorstep.        =)

Sunday, 11 March 2012

whats up

Guess what my exams are finished just finished off studying about chemical equations and reactions i dont like chemistry its filled with exceptions it has no logic .I wrote a essay about war and soldiers few days ago .My bro had come from college for few days but going tomorrow . I have joined this amazing site called postcrossing each month u get a postcard from somewhere around the world and being a philatelist ie. one who collects stamps its amazing .As exams have finished i am feeling like a potato sitting i one part of the house and literally doing nothing its like 1:11 at night my mom would surely scold me but :P .bye for now from D

Wednesday, 16 November 2011


its been a long time so here its me the coolest girl again .Today my day went will borrowed a book names " Great Indian Hunting Stories " edited by Stephen Alter and has a story of jim corbett i loved his man eaters of kumaon its a must read . I had to do a lot of hw ,and today i studied a chapter named climate its based on india 's climate its so complex but i like it 
now it s 11:39 here night 
so g2 good night

Wednesday, 23 March 2011

first blog ever

Hi people of the world
this me the cool girl writing the first blog ever
till now I haven't brushed my teeth kinda yucky
and chatting wth my friends I am alone in the house its kinda amazing
I like reading very much I can just be in an island with maggi , a lots of good books and my i pod

gotta go