Makar Sankranti for Kids | International Kite Festival

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The Festival of Kites : Makar Sankranti 2018

The aura is full of happiness, the breeze is full of colours, people are laden with colourful clothes and the boxes are full of laddoos. Kids are thronging to fly kites, neighbours are rushing to cut others kites, with fun all the way. Evenings are blessed with bonfires and families are dancing around and serving Til (sesame seeds) preparations. Aren’t these spirits so joyous? That’s the elation which Makar Sankranti, commonly called as Kite festival offers.

Makar Sankranti , International kite festivals are here on 14th January. Have you planned how to make this festival special with fun , frolic and creative engagement with kids? Here are 10 tips to ensure a lavish celebration close to our traditional roots. #makarsankranti #internationalkitefestival #kiteflying #kite #festival #indianfestival #uttarayan #laddoos #bonfire #celebration #festivity #celebrationwithkids

Makar Sankranti, an Indian festival full of fun and frolic is right on 14th January. The … Continue Reading

10 best Diwali activities for Kids

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Hey lovely mama’s and papa’s, Diwali is back with a sense of great thrill, indulgence, fun, gifts, glitters and much more. And amongst all this, why not let the festive extravaganza spread all across our kids minds and hearts? Why not let us make this festive season more of fun and learning experience for our children, along with giving it an Eco friendly touch and sharing with them the significance of Diwali.

I’m sure, most of us would want to, but have been stuck just to trigger that beginning. So begin right here, with 10 amazing Learning cum fun … Continue Reading

Inspirational Indian Women stories this Navratri!

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The auspicious festival of Navratri!

Navratri, meaning nine nights, is a Hindu festival celebrated in Autumn in India. Celebrated with amazing festive spirits, these 9 days are dedicated mainly to “Maa” (Mother/Goddess), be it Maa Durga, Maa Kali or any other form. The story associated with Navratri is a battle which took between goddess Durga and the demon Mahishasura. The Demon here represents Selfishness, Narcissism, Egoism, falseness which was killed by the Goddess, a Women, a Maa representing the power of a woman, victory of truth, sacrifice and love that a Maa’s heart has! 

Why I associate Navratri to Womanhood?

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