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Product Review – Vayu Natural Air Purifying Bag

Living in capital city of India is like a mixed bag of pros and cons attached to it. Modern infrastructure, apt availability of necessities, easy accessibility are all the good sides of the coin. The other picture includes – neck to neck traffic jams, high level of air pollutants and its health hazards. Every year the air around us is getting sicker and causing respiratory problems in kids and adults, alike. It’s not just the outside air which is harmful, even the indoors are contaminated.

Did you know that Indoor Air Pollution kills more than 1 million Indians every year?

We are unaware but simple things like – air fresheners, mildew and cleaning chemicals from our bathrooms, dust mites, smoke from our kitchens,  dust and pesticides from our yards, are all causes of indoor air pollution. It can cause mild discomfort to even serious health issues. To avoid all this, we turn towards air purifier. I recently came across a natural solution for air purification – Vayu Natural Air Purifying bags from Breathefresh.

What is Breathefresh’s Vayu Natural Air Purifying Bag?
  • It contains powerfully activated Eco-friendly polyurethane filters designed to hold heavy particles.
  • High quality and powerfully activated impregnated charcoal fabric for outer covering.
  • Comes with 3-Layer technology which gives 3x extra power, strength and durability.
  • It is fragrance-free, chemical-free, non-toxic and BPA-Free solution.
  • Build to adsorb airborne chemicals, harmful pollutants, chemicals from paints and household cleaners floating in your air.
My experience of Vayu Natural Air Purifying Bag

I was sent the product for review and have personally used it for sometime now. The bag is advertised to remove remove maximum odours, excess moisture, and pollutants of different particle sizes. And believe me, it has lived up to the name!

  • I had used the product in bathrooms were the pungent odour is maximum. With a use of three days, I could feel the reduction in unpleasant odour in bathroom.
  • Also, placed it in my room and could feel the difference in air we breathe in. I can say this for sure because my allergy has definitely improved and coughing has reduced. Thus, the indoor air is much cleaner and fresh now.

Next, I am going to use it in my wardrobe to observe the change.

Usage of Vayu Natural Air Purifying Bag :

The bags come in various sizes and can be used as per your needs.  Its variants are 100 gms, 250 gms, 500 gms.

  • Use it in washroom to remove the smell absorb humidity.
  • Place it with in the store with household cleaners to absorb chemicals released from them
  • Keep it with cloth packaging to reduce the smell and humidity.
  • Use in refrigerator to avoid smell mixing.
  • Can be used in cradles or cribs.
  • Acts as air purifier for cars.
  • Absorbs the paint and furniture smells.
  • Acts against mold and mildew issues by absorbing moisture.
Advantages of Vayu Air Purifying Bags : 

After having used it myself, I can say that it has many plus points which make it good for daily use –

  • It is non-toxic, BPA free, eco-friendly solution to filter the indoor air.
  • Safe to be used in houses with small kids.
  • It is small and handy.
  • Easily portable and can be used at different places.
  • Packaged properly to last long.
  • Comes in many variants to suit your needs.
  • It can be charged by keeping the bag in direct sunlight every few days.
  • With proper maintenance, it can last for two years.

For me, all these points make it a must have product in the house nowadays. You can check more details about the product and buy at and on Amazon also.

Have you used Vayu air purifying solutions yet? Did you like it? Do share your thoughts in the comments.

Indiblogger Meet & Mobiistar India launch! #EnjoyMore

Indiblogger meets are the times when bloggers across all niche let down their guard and set out to enjoy. This time the meetup happened in Hyatt Regency,Delhi. It was combined with the Mobiistar India launch.

Mobiistar is a Vietnamese smart phone brand founded in 2009, their mission is to expand the horizons of mobile technology adoption – providing affordability without any compromises. They believe in philosophy of #EnjoyMore, which is driven through the products functionality and aimed at giving users a meaningful selfie experience provided with their front, dual selfie camera that captures a 120° wide-angle shot.

The Indiblogger Meet started with the registration and then welcome by the host. It was followed by an interactive session with the Mobiistar  Global CEO & Co-founder of Mobiistar,Mr. Carl Ngo. His down-to-earth & approachable persona impressed one and all.

He explained how they wanted to give a wide-angle selfie experience to people in India that to at an affordable cost. They had conducted a Blind Survey, where people chose the Mobiistar selfies to be best amongst 4 competitive brands. They have launched 2 variants – Mobiistar CQ & Mobiistar XQ, exclusively available on Flipkart.

Features of Mobiistar XQ –
  • Cost – Rs 7999 only.
  • 3 GB RAM | 32 GB ROM | Expandable Upto 128 GB
  • 5.5 inch Full HD Display
  • 13MP Rear Camera | 13MP + 8MP Dual Front Camera
  • 3000 mAh Li-polymer Battery
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 Octa Core 1.4 GHz Processor
  • Finger Print Sensor
  • 4G ViLTE + VoLTE
Features of MoBiiStar CQ –
  • Cost – Rs. 4999 only
  • 2 GB RAM | 16 GB ROM | Expandable Upto 128 GB
  • 5 inch HD Display
  • 8MP Rear Camera | 13MP Front Camera
  • 3020 mAh Li-polymer Battery
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 Quad Core 1.4 GHz Processor
  • Dedicated Memory Slot
  • 4G ViLTE + VoLTE

There is an option available for buy back of old phones, which is exciting to exchange your old phone for the new Mobiistar smartphones. We even had few  Iphone users were enthusiastic to make the switch. 🙂

After the introduction, there was a Musical duet and a healthy competition. The bloggers formed a group of 10 people and presented a story from the help of selfies. We got to try the Mobiistar XQ first hand and it was as good as advertised.

The meet ended with us being happily fed and glad to meet new people. The send off was done with a beautiful hamper of cupcakes and a special gift from Mobiistar Team. This experience has left me waiting for more Indiblogger meets to happen in future.

The Last Summer! #SummerBlogTrain

I had last met you six months ago. There has been so much change in the time being, you have had a makeover. Your bright persona and the shiny looks will put others to shame.

I vividly remember all my time spent with you. The mornings and evenings spent together were like a breath of fresh air. With you even the scorching sun of harsh summers felt bearable.

Ever since I knew I will meet you again, I have been elated. And, I have brought the perfect summer dress I could find for our first date this season. The best thing about you is you don’t judge and accept everyone to be with you.

It is true, that I get jealous when others get to spend more time with you. For me, you are my perfect escape from the chaotic world. You hold the key of my heart cause you help me beat the heat. You are my perfect Swimming Pool!

What is your favorite thing to do this summer? Do share your thoughts with us in comment section. You can also read my other favorite things about summer here.

This post is a part of the blog train where 24 awe-inspiring bloggers, are going to share their story of ‘Summer’. Hop on the train to read some amazing blogs.

This ‘Summer Blog Train is organized by Neha Sharma from Growing With Nemit .

I want to thank Snigdha from Beauty Obsessions blog for introducing me in her blog post.  Now, it’s time move to the next station where Alpana will share her take on the theme ‘Summer’ on her blog Mothers Gurukul. Do check out her post and show some love.

The longest night!

You had just moved into the recovery room after your surgery. I could see the effect of anesthesia wearing off and you had started feeling the pain. The soft cries that escaped your lips sounded like thunder to my ears.

You wanted to quench your thirst and were biting your dry lips again and again. The doctor’s instruction were clear – no food and water for next 24 hours. Nothing should jeopardize your recovery and so I stood my ground.

The pain must have been exhausting for you. Thankfully, the pain killers worked and you dozed off. I had planned to stay awake whole night and was watching you every ten seconds. At midnight, I was jolted by your cry for help!

My first thoughts were something went amiss in the surgery. And, I was scared. The nurses and the on-call doctors were called in. I vividly remember you trying to speak but were unable to do so clearly. You kept pointing towards your face and no one could understand. More doctors entered the room in time being.

I do not remember who identified the problem first – doctor, nurse or me. But, suddenly everyone in room was talking about your jaw dropping towards right side of the face. The doctors were worried that your body was adversely reacting to anesthesia. For me, it was my worst fears coming alive.

Next thing I remember is your clear words saying, “Jaw stuck”.

Somehow your jaw had dislocated during the day and it was causing you all the pain.The dislocated jaw meant you were unable to close your mouth or speak properly.

Everyone in the room became hyperactive. The orthopedic surgeon on night duty was called in and nurses were contacting your surgeon in case of any emergency.

The doctors tried to set it back into the correct position by manipulating the area back into its proper position.All this while, you kept nudging the doctors away to stop them from touching you. They had to put you under anesthesia to fix your jaw and a heart rate monitor was attached to monitor your pulse.

All this happened in the recovery room itself and your jaw was fixed in no time. The heart rate monitor was left attached to your body for the night with its sharp beeping sounds on. I was terrified to hear it, but at least I knew you were alright.

My night was spent watching your pulse rate numbers fluctuate on that little box and keeping my fingers crossed. I was praying silently to all the Gods to keep you safe, for we had a bright future ahead waiting for us. Throughout this experience, the thought about our yet to be born child was pinching at my heart. And, I know that it also gave you strength to recover fast.

The next morning when you woke up with a faint smile, I knew our prayers were answered.

Living that night with six weeks of pregnancy is one of the daring thing I have ever done. All I wanted was to cry and hug you, but I guess motherhood made me stronger for both of us. I could not give up when you needed me the most.

Have you ever faced such an impossible situation where you wanted to give up? How did your overcome your fear. Share your story in comments. You can read my personal experience here.

Hosted By :

I would like to thank Princy from Clanpedia for introducing me. She is a loving wife and dotting mother of two – a bookworm, traveler, foodie, blogger and an optimist.

Also, I would welcome Siduja from Mytinytigger to share her story of dare. She is a civil engineer and first time mom to a 7-month old,exploring the blogging world with adventures of pregnancy, parenting & mom life.

The unsaid reality of Menstruation!

‘Do not sit with others.’

‘You cannot enter the temple’.

‘Do not touch the pickle’.

‘You cannot sleep besides your husband’.

These words might not mean much to many of us. But, ask a girl who is told this every month for throughout her lifetime. She is given a list of do’s and don’ts to be followed for whenever she is menstruating.

Across the world, different cultures have stigmas attached with periods. The women are confined to a single room in-house. In some cases, even shunned outside villages to live in sheds for ‘that time of the month’. They live in unhygienic conditions and without a proper diet when it is utmost needed.

Some consider the women to be impure and it is a sin for these women to touch any men while on periods. It is improper to talk about periods with male members of the family. When will we realize that this ill-treatment should stop? Rather than neglect, a women needs extra care while menstruating.  It is time that we spoke about it and educate the masses.

Menstruation is medically defined as,

“The process in a woman of discharging blood and other material from the lining of the uterus at intervals of about one lunar month from puberty until the menopause, except during pregnancy.”

Thus, it is a natural bodily function which proves that a girl/women is healthy. And, there is nothing to be ashamed about. Studies also suggest that it eliminates excess iron, which can be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.

Steps to spread awareness
  • Educating children, both girls and boys, about the periods at an early age to help them understand it.
  • Identify the areas and conduct street play, talk shows in those areas.
  • Correct the people who joke about the ‘PMS’ and educate them about the real symptoms like, headache, backache, nausea, cramping,etc.
  • Adapt the culture where the start of menstrual cycle for a girl is celebrated rather than looked down.
  • Government policies should be introduced for manufacturing safe and hygienic menstrual products.
  • Easy and affordable access for these products to be available to all the women in the country.
  • Most importantly, we should reject the stigma/taboos attached with menstrual cycles and stop shaming girls for it.

This World Menstrual Hygiene Day (May 28), our endeavor is to break the taboo that engulfs this natural phenomenon that is the basis of very existence of human life on earth. This post is a part of a Blog Train hosted by Anupriya of where 14 wonderful ladies have stepped forward to express themselves this #MenstrualHygieneDay and stress on the fact that there are #NoMoreLimits for a woman.

I would like to thank Monica  for introducing me. She shares her thoughts about motherhood journey and life in general through her blog-

And, also I would like to take this opportunity to introduce Sharvari. She is a recruitment consultant and blogs about Fashion Food and Parenting. Originally from Aamchi Mumbai but living in Melbourne Australia since 2007. Her blog is

But wait there’s more! You stand a chance to win a DEA Corp Menstrual Cup worth Rs. 2500/-. You just have to visit and leave a comment about your #NoMoreLimits experience.

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