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The model should be a self-confident person, as it should show the content of the authenticity in fashion photography. Anxiety and mental tension affect the performance of a model and effectively reflect on the photo. Therefore, it is important for the models to be compact and work perfectly in the job

  • Couple Poses – The Royal Shot!
  • Funny Melodramatic Moments!
  • Its Black. Its White!
  • A Walk to Remember – The ‘Chal Mere Saath’ Shot!
  • The ‘Can’t Wait to be with You’ shot!
  • Romancing the Rains!
  • The ‘I’ll take you Home’ shot!
  • A li’l Privacy Please!
  • Couple Swag!
  • That ‘Catching a Few Moments Together’ shot!
  • Status Update!
  • Wedding Vows!
  • Your First Dance!
  • The Essential ‘Just Married’ Shot!
  • The First Kiss!

The Syro-Malabar Catholic Church or Church of Malabar Syrian Catholics is a japanese Catholic foremost Archiepiscopal Church based in Kerala, India. It's far a sui iuris unique church in complete communion with the Pope and the worldwide Catholic Church, with self-governance beneath the Code of Canons of the eastern churches.

Wayanad is a village in Wayanad district in the northeastern state of Kerala. In the east, the Wildlife Sanctuary in Wayanad has very high territories. Asian elephants, tigers, leopards, and Igaretes. In the Ambukkitta hills in the south, the Edakkal Caves contain ancient petroglyphs.

Kalpetta is a town within the mountainous Wayanad region of Kerala, South India. It’s a gateway to the trails of lofty Chembra peak and to Neelimala viewpoint, which overlooks waterfalls and forested valleys. North of the metropolis, the traditional, Dravidian-fashion Ananthanatha Swami Jain Temple is perched on a hilltop surrounded by means of espresso plantations. To the southeast, Meppadi is a scenic village with lush tea estates.

Mananthavady is a municipality and taluk in the Wayanad district of Kerala, India.The town is located on the banks of Mananthavady River, a tributary of the Kabini River. Mananthavady has been referred to as "Hosenkadi" in a dictum scribbled under a copper artefact found at the Ananthanathaswamy Temple at Varadoor