Mahodara isn’t easy and its complexity showcases the intent behind the brand’s vision of presenting to the world the beliefs, faiths, and rituals of the Indian culture.
This is a new perfume (2021) by Karmic Hues, and this review is written by Rajiv Burad – a guest writer for The Plum Girl!
In 1963, the male Indian peafowl which is commonly called Peacock was named the national bird of India and also the state bird of Rajasthan.
This gorgeous and majestic bird Mayura which is Sanskrit for Peacock is a symbol of beauty, joy, grace, and pride. They have been an inspiration to art and artists all over the world, painters create life-like paintings of them, musicians like to make tunes around them, designers make interiors inspired by them, sculptors carve their images on different types of stone and wood.
They have been a part of all forms of art and continue to be so. Auphorie Mayura (limited edition), created by Eugene Au and Emrys Au is inspired by this sacred fowl.
Things take form when we open our eyes. The four dimensions twist invisibly, the molecules drain through the tissue of length, width, height, and time, and the forms appear without our realization of the whole process the moment it takes place.
Form…by Mark Buxton for Michael Sontag.
O’Driu Sea Angel
Written by: Henrique Perrella
If perfumery can be considered an art, and in many instances, it is in fact, I would say that Angelo Orazio Pregoni is a good example of expressionism in perfumery.