Hanji, I know. We are at home yet again. I had just convinced your uncle to start going out of the house and now he’s here on my head again! He even got his vaccine but he still refuses to take one step out of the gate. Maybe he’s worried about me. I haven’t got the vaccine yet na. I’m too young hehe. Anyway, since both of us will be home again for Holi, I decided to make a full plan for myself. Of course, I will share it with you, bachche! My only job is to help you.
Here are some of the best ways to celebrate Holi at home and make sure your body is FULL of the festive spirit.
Eat a full rainbow cake
Do this while watching MasterChef so that you don’t feel too hungry while looking at dishes you’ll never make. Shaadi kaise hogi, bachche? Learn some cooking! But not today. Don’t ruin your and your family’s holiday. Remember to order a rainbow cake a day in advance, okay? I’ve told many little bachchas like you to do the same thing. And you know how everyone always listens to me.
Colour your hair
So what if you can’t go wild in the streets, bachche? Go wild in the bathroom! Don’t get naughty thoughts now hehehehehe.
Look what your dear Aunty Eve has done to her hair. Isn’t it gorgeous? I know everything looks good on me, but this is just amazing na?
Model all your wedding clothes…for yourself
The shaadis in my neighbourhood have given me so much FOMO, beta! You know, fear of missing out? So trendy your aunty is. Anyway, you probably feel the same way too. Haina? So why don’t you just wear all the colourful wedding clothes which are rotting away in your cupboard. Before they become so outdated that you don’t even feel like looking at them, at least wear them one more time. Make a playlist and do a performance also. Dance like Aunty Eve is watching. Because she is.
This is one of my favourite things to do every day. Look at the beautiful canvas in my studio. Yes, I have a studio! Sometimes, your dear uncle uses it as a bedroom but it is actually my studio. Just look. How much do you think this painting will sell for? I’m sure it will be over 10 lakhs or so, but I am not paise ki bhookhi, bachche. You can just take it for free. I insist!
Drink everything colourful
Whether it’s Holi or yet another Wednesday, I always like to have a colourful drink by my side. Don’t you? After all, is there anything better than watching my favourite movie for the 12,964th time (on my new TV) and sipping my cocktail very, very fast? This is paradise, bachche. Aao kabhi to Aunty Eve’s haveli.
Happy Holi, kids. Now that I’ve given you such fun plans, stay home and stop spreading this virus shirus!