The trend started in the US when bloggers such as Autumn Whitefield-Madrano, a 36-year-old freelance writer based in Queens, New York, launched a blog on mirror fasting, the Guardian reported.
"I'd become aware that I had a 'mirror face'. Whenever I saw my reflection I'd open my eyes a little wider, suck in my cheeks a little and tip my chin down in an effort to make myself look more like I wanted to. It made me feel really vain," she was quoted as saying by the paper.
She embarked on her first month-long mirror fast in May 2011, in an effort to become less self-conscious about her face.
"I didn't want to do it because I felt bad about myself per se
Bilal Chishti, the 'Pir' of the famous Sufi shrine at Ajmer in India, called on Pakistan Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf today and invited him to ...