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Milk BathHaving a bath is not just about lathering your body with soap and splashing water. Baths are important rituals, as necessary for most people as say, eating. In ancient India, especially in the Mohanjodaro civilization, public bath places called the ’snan ghar’ and of all leisure activities, bathing occupied the center stage. These ancient bath rituals are now making a comeback.

Especially, when you are getting married. “I think they are a must for any new bride,” says Dina Mehra of Nalini and Yasmi. “I recommend these baths to the to-be bride, simply because they can leave you feeling completely re-energized.” Beauty parlors like Nalini and Yasmin in Mumbai, or Khubsurat in Delhi, arrange for rejuvenating baths. But you can have some of these baths right at your home.

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