When you think of Holi, you think of one thing: color! Holi, is a Hindu festival celebrated throughout India and is also known as the "Festival of Color" because of the tradition of throwing colored powder. Throwing the colored powder is symbolic of forgiveness and is a way to welcome spring. Check out these 5 colorful and fun ways to celebrate Holi and the Festival of Colors this year.
Growing up the only thing I did to celebrate Valentine’s Day is exchange cards in school. Every kid did it so we did it. We didn’t celebrate at home or talk much about it. The words “I love you!” were rarely mentioned, that’s just how my parent’s generation were brought up. Now that I’m raising my own kids, I find it important to show and express love.
Diwali 2020 is almost here! This year Diwali is going to be different so, as I was looking for ways to make Diwali fun and exciting for my kids, I came across so many wonderful ideas from bloggers, brands and friends. As we head into Diwali, I thought it would be a great resource to pull together some of the FREE craft ideas.
Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi/Rakhri, is a Hindu festival that celebrates the love and loyalty between siblings. The term “Raksha Bandhan” originates from Sanskrit, and translates to “bond of protection.” I'm sharing about the History, Celebration, Importance and fun ways to Celebrate this year. Check it out.