What could be better than chai and pakodas during the monsoon season? It’s absolute bliss. Midweek, on a Wednesday, Ankita Konwar enjoyed the beautiful weather with a cup of chai and shared a picture on Instagram.
Alas, what’s missing? Pakodas, Ankita said in her new post. Dressed in a bright outfit and hoops, Ankita smiled for the camera as she relished her cup of tea.
We loved the line she used to describe chai. We agree, Ankita.
“Chai - the little luxury of life. Pakodas are missing though,” Ankita said in the caption of her post.
See for yourself:
Perfect way to cure midweek blues!
Ankita Konwar’s Instagram account is pretty interesting as she posts workout videos, messages of hope and positivity frequently.
Sample some of these:
To me freedom is being able to find my true self and accept it for what it is. To me freedom is to be able to think for myself and find the courage to act on it. . I have been running a minimum of 50km on Independence Day for the last 2 years but this year, due to the pandemic it was a short one, yet absolutely filled with fun. Grateful for this freedom . Wish you all a very happy 74th Independence Day ! . . #independenceday #happyindependenceday #running #runnersofinstagram #runninggirl #fitgirls #pinkathon #fitness #india #proudindian
I grew up with the friendliest dog possible, as a result I always loved dogs. But cats always fascinated me, the amount of confidence and cattitude they exude, makes it irresistible not to play with them. I have known this one for the last 6 years and she took her time to warm up to me But phew, finally she accepts me as a slave #nuitthecat . . #wednesdaymood #catitude #blackcatsofinstagram #bombaycat #nuit #midweekvibes @milindrunning
Happy national handloom day ! Assam has always been so big on handloom ! I remember how every house in my grandpa’s village had their own handloom and they literally wore everything they wove themselves. Talk about being self reliant huh? From hand towels to our beloved #gamusa , from cotton to Muga silk and Assam silk mekhela sadors, from everyday wears to festive wears, everything came from handloom! I have seen and experienced the intricate process of growing cotton and silk in our farms to the amazing workers mastering the art of hand spinning and producing every single thread with so much love and hard work to handcraft every tiny part of that magical mekhela sador one wears May be it is because of my experience with this process that has made my love for handloom products so much more. So much so that even my wedding saree was handwoven and made of bamboo silk This is also a reason that I love how my sister is still keeping this process alive by supporting these local products and sharing a piece of our tradition with the world, one mekhela sador/saree at a time It’s so much more than just a piece of cloth, it’s our pride our freedom. . . #mekhelasador #nationalhandloomday #vocalforlocal #handcrafted #selfreliance #fridayvibes #fridayface @dahiya_vinay
Ankita Konwar is married to Milind Soman since 2018.