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Up in the air

Khiladi kites

Women, equipped with spindles and kites, were set to fly them high. The colourful kites in red, blue, yellow and green covering the sky made it difficult for the sun to shine behind the cloud. The kite with the face of Bollywood heart-throb Akshay Kumar was the hot favourite. First-timer Monica, who took tips from the experts, flew the kites to the maximum height. The experts came to the rescue of the first-timers and provided technical tips to the beginners

 

 

 

Funtastic day

The members had a blast as they sung Punjabi folk songs to celebrate Lohri. They also danced and clapped in joy. Lo aa gayi lori ve, the track from the 2004 Bolly hit Veer-Zaara, made every member of the club shake their legs. Theoccasion was celebrated with traditional food, including curd and teel. A small bonfire was also arranged much to the delight of the members

Fashion talk

Yellow was the colour of the event. Madhu Srivastava, the president of Lions Club Femina, brought in the festive mood in a lime yellow chiffon kurta paired with a black woollen shrug. Almost everyone turned for the event in bright colours.

Another member, Monica, dazzled in a red jacket paired with ankle-length jeans and platform heels. A yellow shade, which took a round, made the women looked vibrant as they posed before the camera

 

Foot-tapping numbers

Shubhaarambh

(Kai Po Che)

Kaipoche

(Hum dil de chuke sanam)

Lo aa gayi lori ve

(Veer-Zaara)

Sundari mundari

(folk song)