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Rakhi : The thread of LOVE!

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Hello all the brothers – sisters duo!

First of all I will like to wish all of you a very a very Happy Raksha Bandhan.

In this never ending hectic rat race of our life there are some moments which still make you feel that we are not ROBOTS & are actually living!

Rakhi is such an occasion which brings all child hood memories back – those fights, those friendship moments, those cuddly moments …I am sure you can feel it too!!

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I think its very important to teach the next generation the importance of every festival so, I read a short story to Omairah (She din’t understand anything but I am sure she can feel it!)

RAKSHA BANDHAN, these two words explains it all as Raksha means to protect & Bandhan is a relationship/knot…I feel brothers and sisters both should protect each other.

I am super proud of my brother as he protects me & many other sisters of our country..got confused don’t be as he is an officer in INDIAN ARMY, we usually don’t meet on Rakhi but trust me that doesn’t change anything coz I know he will always be there for me & my sister…whatever it takes!

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Similarly, O hasn’t been with his brother – little master Adhiraj (My brother’s son) but still whenever they are together trust me they are the naughtiest pair you can imagine..touchwood!

As its a traditional day I dressed her in this Indian attire – Sharara suit.. she looked so cute that I am literally short of words to express!

I planned a video calling Rakhi today for Aadu & O…They were so excited to see each other and started talking in their code language. Aadu was looking so adorable in his kurta pajama and my princess as I mentioned earlier was looking gorgeous in her Sharara suit…I teamed up this peacock coloured soft net sharara along with bright floral motif printed sleeveless kurta, further sweetened it up with some hand made jewelry – thick white beaded bangles along with a white pearl bodla/maang tika. I added this last blast by donning these silver strapy sandals to finish this look. I coudn’t stop clicking her as she looked out of this world. There is no doubt that Rakhi is the most precious time for all the brothers and sisters..may God bless all of you and have a great day ahead. Once again, Happy Raksha Bandhan!

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I hope you liked reading this as I have mixed real emotions into it..if you do [please kindly leave your kind comments below and don’t forget to mention that how do you celebrate this lovely festival? Looking forward to read them all…loads of love..bbbyee

Did you know?

The great poet & freedom fighter Shri Rabindra Nath Tagore used the platform of Raksha Bandhan to spread the feeling of brotherhood between Hindus and Muslims to strengthen their bond. It was his vision to spread the nationalist spirit among people from different ethnic groups. His literary works have always transcended race, gender, religion and geographical boundaries.

Quick Tip: Twist this traditional look by teaming a printed tang top along with the sharara instead of kurta..and here she is all ready to go with her Indo-western avataar! Enjoy 🙂

 

::Outfit::
Kurta :: Hotshot kids boutique
Headgear  :: Hotshot kids boutique
Accessories (ghunghroo bangles) :: Hotshot kids boutique

 

 

 

 

 




2 thoughts on “Rakhi : The thread of LOVE!”

  • Roopika August 11, 2017 at 1:05 pm

    Sharara is a very uncommon ethnic dress in kids’ wear. It looks so pretty. I am surely going to buy something like this for my daughter for Diwali. It’s a lovely change from regular lehengas and salwar-suits.
    For this Rakshabandhan , I dressed my kids in kurta & jeans (son) and Kurti with slacks (daughter)

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    1. kidslookbook August 16, 2017 at 9:42 pm

      I am sure everybody agrees (specially all the mothers) that Sharara is quite an uncommon ethnic wear for kids. We are always excited to create such out of the box fashionable looks for kids as DIFFERENT is FUNNN!
      Kurta & jeans, kurta & slacks are super awesome old school looks which never goes wrong and are super comfortable for kids…so, thumbs up to you for that…thank you so much once again and do come back as we will keep popping new trendy looks for our little fashion icons. Love you loadss & really sorry for my delayed response…bbye 🙂

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