What can be more adorable than kids in creative outfits? For Republic Day this year, we decided to extend the celebrations and include the lil’ ones of the BYJU’S family for a fun fancy dress contest. The result was an adorable collage of all kinds of cuteness.
Lil’ champs went all out to showcase their desi avatars
With BYJUites going all out with innovative and ingenious looks for their lil champs, we received numerous entries. Cute pictures of children dressed in outfits that represented their state came flowing into our inbox. These colourful and bright entries, while embodying the culture of the respective states, also represented the ‘unity in diversity’ of India.
Take a look at the entries that absolutely stole the show this Republic Day
In this picture are Arun Kumar’s lil’ ones, representing the agricultural land of goddess – ‘Tamil Nadu’
This Maharashtrian mulgi won our hearts with her traditional Marathi look. What do you think of her avatar?
Priya Khola’s entry represents Haryana, her home state, in the traditional attire of lehenga and choli.
This cute picture by Vaishali Somani, adorning the traditional Mekhela Chador, represents the state of Assam.
The entry by Nidhi Agarwal represents Raut, whose traditional occupation is herding. The costume is for Raut Nacham which is a traditional dance performed in Chhattisgarh.
We just couldn’t resist featuring other adorable entries that impressed us with their creative outfits.
Once again, congratulations to the winners! We appreciate and thank everyone who took out time to dress the lil’ ones up in their traditional best and participate in the contest. It was indeed a treat for the eyes to see these young munchkins dressed up in their desi avatars.
Adorable entries right? Tell us what’s the traditional attire of your state or which outfit best represents your region.
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