Celebrations and Festivals

Give Diwali that Meaningful Twist

Neetu Ralhan
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Give Diwali that Meaningful Twist

Diwali means sweets, firecrackers, partying and gifting. But have you as a parent thought, “Is this I want to teach my child? Does Diwali just mean spending money, going to a restaurant and wearing those traditional clothes? Let’s take a step beyond the usual and make this Diwali special by following these five fantastic tips.


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Neha

| Nov 24, 2014

Good read

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Sharda

| Oct 29, 2014

My 5 yr old daughter made a diwali card for me, my best diwali gift till now..

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Aarti

| Oct 29, 2014

Liked the blog.. My son also enjoyed cleaning the house with me..

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Swati

| Oct 29, 2014

good blog.. it is applicable to all celebrations and how to make them even more special

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Shilpa

| Oct 29, 2014

I would also like to add a point here, that festivals are a right time to help our children give respect and love to elders. We should ensure that will all the parties etc they don't forget their elders in the family.

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Ravina

| Oct 29, 2014

Loved this blog. It is so sensitive and makes festivals definitely more meaningful

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