Essay On Sarojini Naidu

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#3. Sarojini Naidu
Also known as the Nightingale of India, Sarojini Naidu was a freedom fighter and activist. She used to wear simple sarees and adorn her neck with a necklace. Hair tied in a bun with a pair of spectacles complete the look.
Fun Fact: I feel envious to share that Sarojini Naidu started her literary career at the tender age of 12!
#4. Jhansi ki Rani
Rani Lakshmi Bai was popularly known as Jhansi Ki Rani and she is known for her bravery and patriotism. She shook the entire British Raj and played a pivotal role in India’s independence. She used to dress up in a saree, tied the Maharashtrian way and she also wore a turban on her head. She used to carry a shield and a sword, which you can make using cardboard.
Famous Poem on Jhansi Ki Rani: I’m sure most of us have heard of this poem on
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America – Cotton Candy
U.K. – Candyfloss
Australia – Fairy Floss
Finland – Papa’s beard
France – Old Ladies’ Hair
#2. Fruits – Watermelon, Strawberry, Grapes
Dressing up as fruits is fairly easy. Just make your child wear a track suit of a pastel shade and create the shape of the fruit you want, like watermelon, strawberry, mango, or grapes on a thermocol and cut it. Now you can either paint it or cover it with a pastel sheet. Hang it in your child’s neck using a ribbon.
#3. Ketchup Bottle
Tomato ketchup makes every dish taste good. To dress up your child as a ketchup bottle, make him/her wear a black track suit. Now take a long red t-shirt and stick paper cutout of the word – KETCHUP in white color over it.
Fun Fact: Apart from adding a tangy twist to dishes, tomato ketchup also has various health benefits. It contains chemical lycopene which is an antioxidant and helps inhibit inflammation.
#4. Vegetables – Pumpkin, Ladyfinger, Peas
Just like fruits, you can dress up your child like any vegetable. Try not to buy readymade costumes as you can easily make these at
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