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Fun activities in winter

Its winter again! I hear the children say, 'Oh! its night already'! As it gets darker in the evenings. I am also happy to find them enjoying outdoor games on weekends and holidays. For people who dislike the dullness in the atmosphere, the net comes handy with its tips on how to beat winter blues or practicing spirituality in winter and so on.. but good for the grown-ups!

Winter is a beautiful season and it is all about how we handle our comforts and plan our lifestyle to make it enjoyable.

All the regions in India, experience a different weather conditions during the same season, because of the varied topography. In the northern part of India, we experience extreme cold climates around this time, between December and January. Winter is a good time for nature walks and picnics with children, friends and family.

At our art studio we are all happy to create winter landscapes, snowflakes (because we miss snow on the plains), Christmas season, Santa and many more that we all feel like or can think of!




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  1. Thanks again! Wish you a very Happy New Year!

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  2. Beautiful Art!!! Check out my blog www.arushiaggarwal.blogspot.com for kids crafts....

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