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Moya is an Irish word which simply means “GREAT”. A hard core Zeitgeist of Indian art and craft, We thrive on the rich heritage of India. Label Moya houses a range of products from lifestyle accessories to home furnishings and Apparel, all have a signature style of depicting regional art from different regions of India with an eclectic mix of pattern and material with a vintage touch to it.
We are a platform Where Skill meets Design and Art meets Fashion. An eclectic mix of Craft with a lot of PASSION!!!
We believe that “All our products are a work of art” which need to be treasured and it is only for a few, a few who understand art and take pride in wearing what they wear… understand the story behind it, and love to experience it… It aims at creating a sustainable platform that brings together the Creative and the Skilled, without complicating what is simple and never simplifying what is complicated.
We believe that design can find its expression in variable ways, with one supporting the other, Handcrafted, Recycled or Mechanised… A mix of both worlds…Sustainability is a must.
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Modern work-life is incomplete without presentations. Here are 16 powerpoint presentation guidelines that will help you.
Call them PPT, powerpoints, or slides. Modern work-life is incomplete without them. Here are 16 PowerPoint presentation guidelines that will help you.
If you are a beginner or an expert, it is always a good time to brush up on your skills. If you are a woman returning to work, or a young woman starting out, it is always advisable to utilise every resource you get and learn tips to make your life easier.
Here are some pointers to make your next presentation stand out.
I've routinely oiled, shampooed, and got a spa for my hair. Yet, my hair-fall problem didn't stop! How did I fix my hair-fall concern? I switched to Traya.
Ever since I was a little girl, I loved playing with dolls–my favourite task was to comb their silky smooth hair with the little plastic comb that came with the doll’s box set. I would squat in the garden beside the marigold bushes and spend hours playing with the synthetic hair, all in an attempt to replicate the care my grandfather showered on me.
My grandfather would religiously sit with me every Sunday, and oil my hair with warm coconut oil. No one better than him knew the pain of having thin wavy hair that tangled up like cobwebs. Caring for his grandkid’s hair was his way of showing love and teaching me how to groom myself.
I’ve inherited the Sunday morning hair oiling ritual and the wonderfully unpredictable, wavy hair from my grandfather. I affectionately refer to it as hair with a mind of its own, as there hasn’t been a day when my hair hasn’t been a bit temperamental. On a rainy day, it is greasy, on a hot day itchy, on a cold winter morning frizzy! When I need it to stay straight, it dances like a flag in the wind and when I want the messy look, my hair mimics soaked wool!
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