Nine nights of celebration

Nine nights of celebration

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Thursday Challenge : “DRESS UP” (Costumes, Uniforms, Rain or Snow Clothing, Ceremonial clothing, Wedding Dress, Formal Clothing,…)

The kids dressed up for dandiya.
Naisha revels in the dressing up and dancing.

The reluctant one: Hrit’s not so much for dressing up but he obliges.
However, he draws the line at dancing, preferring to focus on the food.
Navaratri has something for everyone.

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11 Replies to “Nine nights of celebration”

  1. Thanks Indrani, Magiceye.

    Amit: Thanks.

    NBose: it's super fun.

    Bikram: Thanks.

    Shilpa: We've to keep telling Naisha to stop posing and hrit to try to pose 🙂

    Smita: I'm sure it's unbelievable in Gujarat. I've heard lots about it.

  2. Both look so gorgeous….ahh i cant wait for my daughter to grow up so that i can also dress her like Naisha 🙂
    Hrit seems clear about his preferences…festival=food=fun 😀

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