From colours of joy to rings of laughter echoing in the air, the colourful festival of the year is here. We bring some useful tips for parents.
By Virgina Jacob
Festival of lights and festival of colours. Two great ways for families to come together, but both have one very common trait – worried parents. During Diwali, parents are concerned about the dangers posed by firecrackers, and during Holi, due to the after-effects of the game of colours.
During Holi, while children can’t wait to have a splash of colours, parents are certainly dreading what’s coming their way – water balloons, pichkaris (water gun), friendly fights and colour powder smears. If not celebrated with caution, the festival of Holi can become extremely dangerous for your child.
Now, some good news. You can retain the smile on your child’s face by making these smart parenting moves:
Remember, Holi is a time for colourful celebrations. Let your lives be filled with happy colours, good health and memorable moments! Happy Holi!
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