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Bharti Singh: Haarsh and I want Laksh to know all rituals

Diwali, at the moment, is additional particular for Bharti Singh, as it’s her son, Laksh’s first. The comedienne says she and her husband, author Haarsh Limbachiyaa, have a particular celebration deliberate, as they wish to instil traditions and values of their son — whom they fondly name Gola — early on.

“Haarsh and I want Laksh to witness everything. We will definitely have our Diwali puja as usual. We will take him out to the balcony to show him the celebrations around. I am sure he will be overjoyed as he has begun to recognise colours,” she tells us.

Not simply Diwali, Singh is having fun with all festivals and traditions along with her six-month-old. She says, “Every festival of Laksh’s is very special as it’s his first. Sometimes, Haarsh shouts at me for making our son wear traditional outfits. He is like, ‘Utaaro ye kapde, use uncomfortable feel karwa rahi hai’. But, I think it’s only a mother who can teach her child the value and significance of traditions and the way to celebrate a festival. Also, I feel abhi se aadat daalni chahiye bachhe ko. I dressed him up as Lord Krishna for Janmashtmi. I also made him wear traditional clothes on Raksha Bandhan and Karwa Chauth.”

Though this occurs to be a memorable event, Singh says they’re conserving issues easy and intimate, and are avoiding crowded gatherings, conserving in thoughts the protection of her son.

“We didn’t have gatherings because of Covid-19 in the last two years, nor did we invite any friends to our place. This year, too, we intend to keep it simple… We are continuing to see Covid-19 cases here and there. Therefore, I cannot put my child’s health at risk. We will stay away from the crowd as much as possible,” she says, including that she plans to go to her in-laws in addition to her mom.

Another factor she is cautious about is how her infant could react to the sound of firecrackers. “He is very young and could be scared by too much noise. So, I’m a little nervous… I hope we can all have a safe and happy Diwali,” she wraps up.



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