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NOTHING LIKE FESTIVE CELEBRATIONS FROM THE 90’s

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Every Indian festival has its own charm and way of celebrations, though it may vary from state to state but the soul behind those celebrations is common. Being a 90’s kid, All the festivals from Holi to diwali , Sankranti to Rakhi and many more were much awaited. Specially Holi and Diwali,  minute they used to get over, planning for next year used to begin that very moment only.

Following festive rituals was not some formality but was something that made us feel alive. Waking up to fill water balloons on holi to waking up early on Diwali to make a big beautiful rangoli.

Read further at- https://www.mycity4kids.com/parenting/momzdiary/article/nothing-like-the-festive-celebrations-from-the-90-s

About Anisha Agrawal

I am a Mommy to an 1 year old little munchkin.Before becoming a Mom, I was all about doing and learning loads of stuff either through classes or through virtual world. This habit of mine triggered me to make my Mommy journey creative and fun after spending 2 super busy months indoor doing mom duties. Also after becoming a mom, I realised there are so many things a Mother needs to do and I am Blessed to have many people around me who guide me through this. But then there are some Moms who lacks that guidance in their life, which inspired me to start posting informative stuff related to pregnancy and parenting. Also i came across so many Moms who don’t get enough time to research about parenting, hence i thought of doing all the informative researches and keep it to the point and easy to be done with minimal availability of stuff around them. So you can expect lots of tips, personal experiences, DIYs and much more. This Mommy is here for you round the clock !!
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