Only last week, it was Australian Father’s Day and AS was over the moon to be able to celebrate it with Chhori. Today is Kushe Aushi (Nepali Father’s Day). I made plans to make it special for AS as it is his first and I wanted to celebrate it in traditional Nepali way.
I prepared puja, Sagun (traditionally a plate of boiled egg, smoked fish, a “bara”, fried chicken and yogurt). I also baked a cake with the wording “For the record, you are the world’s best dad; Happy Father’s Day AS” on it.
I also baked some cupcakes. I made a special card with Chhori’s handprints and “Happy Father’s Day” written on it. I also got him some fruits, biscuits and t-shirt.
I was so happy to see everything come together and AS was really pleased with my efforts.
So Chhori observed her first Nepali Father’s Day with my help. First we put tika on AS forehead.
Then we give him Sagun. After that Chhori and AS cut the cake together.
He was pleased with the card as well and Chhori had a great time too.
I and AS also talked to our dads and send them gifts for Father’s Day. It is always so nice to see them happy. I really appreciate what they have done for us.
So if you are from Nepal and you haven’t called your dad to wish him, do give him a call and make him smile. And to all the proud dads out there, Happy Father’s Day.
Take care everyone.
M from nepaliaustralian
As I said before, what’s lucky dad 🙂
Need to force my wife to check out this post !