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TOP 20 MILLENNIAL MOM BLOGGERS IN INDIA WHO WILL INSPIRE YOU IN 2020

Behind every parenting blog in India, there is a real mother who brings such wonderful blogs to us. There is a success story of these mommy bloggers in India. Let us know these super talented women who has wonderfully handled their personal life and side-by-side have nurtured their blogs which have been a go-to for thousands of moms from around the globe.

Top 20 Indian parenting blogs and the successful mommy bloggers:

  1. Lifestyle mother blogger Snehalata Jain- Blogs Sikka  
  2. A Lifestyle mom blogger who writes about positive parenting, Dipika Singh- Gleeful blogger
  3. Parenting and motherhood blogger Surbhi Mahibia- Pretty Mumma Says
  4. Mom blogger Kushal Singhal- Café Whiz
  5. Lifestyle mom blogger Priyal- Pari Lifestyle
  6. A mom blogger who talks about good parenting tips, Eswar Prasad- Parenting India
  7. An expat mom blogger Avanti Chaturvedi- Her Musings Online
  8. Fashion designer mommy, Sneha Paliwal Tiwari- High Street Mommy
  9. A mom blogger from Delhi, Neha- Growing with Nemit  
  10. Super mommy from Singapore, Neetu- Super Mommy
  11. A writer-mommy blogger Vidya Sury- Vidya Sury
  12. Twin mommy blogger from India, Gauri Kshirsagar- Raising Twins Blog
  13. Professional parenting blogger Sangeetha Menon- Bumps n Baby 
  14. A mom centric blog by Meghalee-Mom’s Cove
  15. A mom blogger who believes in organic living, Neha Goyal- Being Happy Mom
  16. Indian magazine for mother and baby by Shibani Kumar-Mother and Baby India
  17. Award-winning mom bloggers in India, Shweta- The Times of Amma
  18. Indian parenting blogger from Aby Dhabi, Bilna Sandeep- Monsoon Breeze
  19. Indian mom from California, Roshni- Indian American Mom
  20. New Indian mom blogger from Singapore, Subhasree Poddar- Mom I love

Read the full article here: https://momilove.com/top-20-millennial-mom-bloggers-in-india-who-will-inspire-you-in-2020/


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Pretend Play: Investing in a good Playhouse and it’s benefits on child development.

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

“Systematic research has increasingly demonstrated a series of clear benefits of children’s engagement in pretend games from the ages of about two and one half through ages six or seven.”

Dr. Scott Kaufman – 2012 Psychology Today article

As children’s time is taken up more and more with scheduled activities, it is important to consider what they are losing when they miss out on pretend play. In many ways, a few hours creating pretend ponies and galloping around the yard with fellow cowboys and cowgirls is as developmentally essential as any other pursuit. In today’s video game age, however, children are not getting the same opportunity that their parents had to engage in this freeform style of play. Children’s play houses are a great way to encourage children to take part in make-believe or imaginative play, allowing them to reap the child development benefits.

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Ep. 6| ATOMS & MATTER | Simple Science Experiments| Raising Twins Blog

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

In this video the twins explain an atom and matter in the most simplest terms. The video includes varied topics like: 1. What is the difference between atom, molecule and matter? 2. What is the structure of an atom? 3. How small is an atom? (explained with a different perspective) 4. What are the states of matter and their properties? 5. Can we see an atom under a microscope?

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Art Appreciation: Akbar Padmasee’s Metascapes

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

“…colours expand and contract, colours travel on the surface of the static painting… colour trajectory is strategy… A colourist needs to master the art of silencing some colours, so as to render others eloquent.” – Akbar Padmasee

Akbar Padamsee, India Myth and Reality, Aspects of Modern Indian Art, Oxford, 1982, p. 17

My twins who are 2nd graders now, have this interesting chapter in their art book called ‘Splish-splash’. This chapter explores different textures and colour combinations. There is also this interesting concept where they are asked to imagine a topsy-turvy world; a world with jumbled up colours. How does it make you feel? It is a very fascinating way to expose the children to think ‘out of the box’, to make them understand an impressionist’s view of the world. How an object is seen through a different perspective by an artist.

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PUMPED UP KICKS | Foster the People | COVER by Ashmi & Avanti Kshirsagar

Watch as our twins Ashmi and Avanti Kshirsagar (Age 7) play their unique and energetic cover of the popular song ‘Pumped up Kicks’.

Please use headphones for better sound quality.

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Ep. 5| PHASES OF THE MOON | Simple Science Experiments| Raising Twins Blog

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Ashmi and Avanti Kshirsagar (age 7) demonstrate the eight phases of the moon in this video. This activity can be done at home using simple articles.

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Ep. 4| REFRACTION | Simple Science Experiments| Raising Twins Blog

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Ashmi Kshirsagar (Age 7) talks about the difference between ‘Refraction’ and ‘Reflection’. This video discusses Refraction in simpler terms.

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EXPLORING CULTURES &TRADITIONS: Diwali Festival in Goa- Tulshiche Lagn (Part 3/3)

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

As mentioned in my first article in this series of ‘Diwali Festivalin Goa’, the Goan tradition of making “Narkasur’ effigy marks the beginning of the Diwali festival and in the same way ‘Tulsi Vivah’ or ‘Tulshiche Lagn’ marks the end of the Diwali festival and initiates the Hindu wedding season. The ceremonial festival is performed anytime between Prabodhini Ekadashi (the eleventh or twelfth lunar day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month of Kartik) and Kartik Poornima (the full moon of the month). The day varies regionally.

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EXPLORING CULTURES & TRADITIONS: Diwali festival in Goa (Part 2/3)

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

LAXMI PUJAN

Worship of goddess of wealth and prosperity Laxmi is performed in all the business establishments and offices on Laxmi Pujan. Diwali is considered as one of the most auspicious occasions in the Hindu calendar as it marks the beginning of new financial year for traders and businesses. Thus Laxmi Pujan or worship of the goddess is performed across all the business establishments. Laxmi Puja is also performed traditionally in all the households, where traditionally chirmulyo (puffed rice), fov, boiled chana with coconut kernel and sweets are distributed among the children.

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EXPLORING CULTURES & TRADITIONS: Diwali Festival in Goa (Part 1/3)

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

This year that is 2020, due to online school the twins could spend the whole of Diwali month in Goa, celebrating with their grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Goa is the birth place of my twins. They were born here and spent their early years here at my maternal home. So being Goans, the culture and traditions of Goa hold a special place in their hearts.

Diwali in Goa is a big religious event. It is celebrated over 5 days in October or November, with the Naraka Chaturdashi day being the most important. Diwali is the confluence of five festivals in Goa, which include:

  1. Dhanatrayodashi
  2. Narak Chaturdashi
  3. Laxmi Pujan
  4. Bhaubij
  5. Balipratipada   (Padvo)
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Ep. 3| RAINBOW & REVERSE RAINBOW | Simple Science Experiments| Raising Twins Blog

Author: Gauri Kshirsagar

Episode 3: Rainbow and Reverse Rainbow Avanti Kshirsagar (Age 7) talks about how is a rainbow formed and what will happen if we mix the seven colours of the rainbow together. This video discusses Newton’s Disc in simpler terms.

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