Jai Hind to all of you!
I am a die heart Indian fan weather in the game of cricket…kabaddi or celebrating the pride of being an Indian myself.
Today, is 15 August …the day of utmost importance to lives of all of us as this day gave me the true sense of independence to express my thoughts and share it with all of you.
I think and I am sure all of you will agree to me that we as parents should teach the importance of such historic days in our children’s lives.
I downloaded a lot of clip arts and made a collage…trust me it was so easy to pull her attention and make her understand as it was colourful & snappy. So, I showed her everything…Indian flag, Red Fort…few of our leaders and too many other elements…hopefully she understood something…hopefully 😉
I also dressed her up in our flag colours..got this white pajami suit along with tricoloured dupatta…she looked absolutely stunning, I also taught her JAI HIND…n I’m desperately waiting that she will recite it…
To complete the puzzle of Independence look, I also added this blue satin floral broach which gave that Ashok Chakra effect on her.
To make it stand out I donned this blue strapy sandals which I bought from Hopscotch blended perfectly with the entire colour scheme.
I added this white floral clip to tuck her hair neatly along with silver bangles for that super traditional look…liked it…I bet you did!!
I truly believe that all the parents should teach the importance all the National & International days as these days will always be celebrated.
Did you know?
Where was our National flag first unfurled?
No! not Lal Qila, the National flag of India was first unfurled on August 7, 1906, at the Parsee Bagan Square in Calcutta, and it had horizontal stripes of red, yellow and green.
Quick tip: Only changing one element – the colour of dupatta will instantly change the look. Try a bright coloured floral printed scarf along with it…here we go all set for traditional outings.