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An Open Letter to my Married Friends

..”Ladies, we’ve fought so hard for impartiality, to want to be recognized as equals against our male peers. So why are our achievements outside of a marriage still not equally as celebrated?..” Read my Open Letter to my Married Friends who forgot what single life is like for Brown Girl Magazine. Originally published here

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My Big Fat Indian Non Wedding

”..Whilst weddings are assumed to be the most appropriate place to ask inappropriate questions, trust me when I say that sarcasm is a tried and tested method, which will fail miserably.” Read my do’s and don’ts for the Indian Wedding Season in The Asian Today here Also featured in USA’s Brown Girl Magazine  Originally published here

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The Single Bride

“…as we moved from floor to floor, it was becoming apparent how the shift from the traditional Indian wedding “requirements” has evolved into a demand for a specular event across all entities…” Sejal Sehmi discovers the delights of the Asiana Bridal Show…even though she’s not a bride. Read all about her experiences in her latest […]

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Raise your glasses…

“..Many Indian weddings in the UK today no longer consist of just a three hour ceremony, where the guests just sit in a large school hall, eat and then leave. Venues are more lavish, and expectations from guests are changing…” Sejal Sehmi meets the UK’s first female Indian wedding toastmaster, Sonal Shah, in a special […]

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