Sculpture by the Sea 2015

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sbs20Recently I had my parents on a visit, and my mum and I went to Tangkrogen in Aarhus, to see the sculptures at the "Sculpture by the Sea 2015". While talking about places to visit in Aarhus, one of colleagues told me about this sculpture event, that's held from 5th of June to 5th of July. This includes several sculptors wolrdwide, who have created sculptures for this event. If interested, you can help Aarhus to buy some of the sculptures too. My colleague is an artist, and he's very much into stuff like that. I immediately decided to visit this place, and first I went there with my friend, but this didn't come out well as she's not interested in art and sculptures at all! So as my mum loves stuuf like this, we later went to see the sculptures, and my mum definitely liked the place.

We enjoyed watching the sculptures (of course not all that was nice) and we enjoyed the seaside too. We later on went to the Dyrehaven, which my mum was pleased to see, as she loved those deers etc. ;)

Workout stuff: My top 5 tamil soundtracks

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You love fitness and to workout, you love tamil music, but cannot find any appropriate tamil soundtrack for your workout? Well, then read below, here are my top 5 tamil songs for workout with links on YouTube ;)


1. Therikkudhu Masss Remix – Premgi Amaren

2. Vilaiyaadu Mankatha Extended Mix – Premgi Amaren

3. Ladio – A R Rahman

4. Tholainthen – Aginiy

5. Fanaa Tamil / Hindi – A R Rahman

The songs can be found on Spotify too :)

~ AJ

How to: Fresh Orange Juice & Eggless Strawberry Pie :)

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This weekend have been so good, with yummy food and full of relaxation and mindful spirituality. My brother has just completed his B.Sc., and is now an engineer in Architectural Design – so proud of him :)

He picked me up at the station last Friday, and we went to Herning Centret for shopping. Unfortunately, we didn’t find anything interesting, but I decided to buy some strawberries to make a strawberry pie the following day.

I started the Saturday off  with fresh made orange-lemon juice for my brother and I:


OOTD: Going traditional

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I recently wrote about a Accharya Abishekam in which my family and I participated. As you know, I think sarees a so beautiful, but I’m never that much comfy in wearing them. Or yes, I AM comfy but I feel so old – I’m very young in mind, you know :P

Anyways, the day before I was very confused about what to wear, and my mum was definitely not happy that I was going to wear a very simple salwar khameez. So I immediately changed my mind and picked up this beautiful tri-green colours saree. As this one’s blouse has the same colours I did not stitch the blouse for it, and have decided to wear a pink blouse for get some contrasting that will pep the whole suit up. I should’ve worn this saree for the Thaer festival last year in Herning, and I had pleated it and stitched it as a “lehenga”, but still never managed to wear it properly, so I wore another one instead. So I was actually wearing this green saree for the first time. The material is cotton, and if you’ve not pleated this material weel you’ll definitely mess it up! The pink blouse was in a poly silk-cotton combo material.

This is what I wore:


                                             Saree - From London, UK

  Blouse - material bought with another saree, SS Ornament. Sticthed by my mum and I

                                   Earrings - SS Ornaments, Netherlands

                                     Bangles - Mylapore, Chennai, India

                                             Ring - Dyrberg/Kern, DK

Close up of the lovely earrings :)


Here’re some close ups of the saree blouse – stitched by my mum and I. I made the crocheting part in golden yarn and adding some pearls, and the piping on the blouse. The blouse was made last year for the Temple festival.


Adding some more pearls too it in contrasting colours too ;)


Picture while wearing the saree. The saree has the colours turquoise, teal green and light teal. Combined with contrasting pink the highlights the green shades :)


And of course some snaphat selfies :P





Good night lovelies ;)

~ AJ

Event: Deekshai, becoming a Saivite and Shivaachaarya

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junefunction10Last Saturday my family and I were invited to a Shivaachaarya Abishekam for the main temple iyer in Sri Nagapoosani Amman Aalayam in Aabenraa. I’ve been to several other Shivaachaarya Abishekam, as my family have a close friendship to many “iyer-families” – probably because we’re so much in to temple stuff and is a highly religious family. Manye people think what this “Shivaachaarya Abishekam” is, so let me explain ;)

Basically everyone’s born as a “ordinary hindu”, and those people are actually not allowed to wear the thiruneeru (viboothi) as the thiripundaram (the wellknown 3 lines on the forehead). So what should you do become a “real” saivite?

In Hinduism, or rather said Saivism, you can get Deekshai. The word Deekshai (or Deeksha) means “to destroy the ego and give wisdom”, and this is actually a kind of ritual where a guru performs some specific religious rituals after which the guru teaches the disciple the specific mantras and other chores that should be perform every day.

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