Some snippets from his kite flying experience. I love how he’s grown up every year from tearing apart the kites to just posing with them to holding the manjha & now also trying to fly his own kite.
Now a day’s kite flying isn’t much encouraged in the city due to many reasons.
I am glad we get to enjoy these small events on our terrace with his mama, daddy & cousins every year.
Small acts they do helps develop lot of other skills:-
🪁 Holding the Firki in different angles.
🪁 Keeping the pace of the Manjha upwards.
🪁 Choosing the colour & designs for their kites
🪁 Identifying different sizes of kites.
🪁 Observing the kite flying so high in the sky.
🪁 Jumping & giving an initial fly to the kite.
🪁 Winding up the Manjha in the Firki.
🪁 Gets an idea of wind directions & which way to fly.
Few life lessons they may also learn :-
🪁 Develop a strong base (kani) only then it would soar higher
🪁 Not necessarily your kite will fly in one shot likewise life doesn’t give you everything in one shot.
🪁 Learns to maintain the pace of their kite (dreams) in the right direction.
🪁 Your kite may not always keep soaring someone might just cut it & it may just get stuck somewhere you need to accept that & move on.
🪁 Try again & never give up on your dreams.
Comment below your kite flying experience or memories. 👇
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