Parents are often cribbing about how the children do not keep their rooms neat or clean.
We have arrived at that time of the year when we start celebrating the western cultural festivals such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
With Karwa Chauth just gone by, it’s time to gear up for the most revered festival in the Hindu Calendar! Mums are all geared up in the annual cleaning of the home and getting it clear of all the clutters.
Onam is a Hindu festival which marks the start of a new year in the Hindu calendar and calls for a harvesting season. It is celebrated with much fervor in the state of Kerala.
Time flies by us in a blink of an eye. One minute your baby is born and in the very next minute he or she is going off to college or getting married or better yet having their own baby.
February- the sweetest time of the year is finally here. On Valentine’s Day, engage your kids by teaching them to execute some simple art and craft ideas.
Diwali has been my favorite festival ever since I can remember! The lights, lamps and diyas are something that makes every child go wide eyed with awe.
Rangoli is an art form which is enjoyed by kids and adults alike. These brightly-colored patterns and designs are such a cheery way to welcome guests when they visit your home.
Rakhi is here! We are just a few weeks away from rejoicing one of the most amazing festivals as per the traditional Hindu calendar.
Diwali celebrations around the world are in full swings today. Afterall, we are only a day away from the festive galore. It’s a family day and so I have decided to decorate the house with colorful rangolis!