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Indian Mommy Baby Shower Game 7.0 APKs (MOD, Unlimited money/coin) Download You might have played many baby shower games but this is NEW! All new Baby Shower Game in an Indian way! Witness all the Indian rituals done in a Baby Shower Function.
An Indian baby shower is called “God Bharai” in Hindi, which literally means to ‘fill the lap with abundance’. India has its own traditions associated with a baby shower.
Rituals & Levels:
– Panchmasi/Rakhi Making
– Shopping For the Mom-to-be
– Baby Shower Room Decoration
– Arranging return Gifts for the guests
– Baby Shower Invitation Maker
– Baby Shower Mehndi/Henna Designs
– Bake a Special Baby themed Cake
– Prepare delicious food for the guests
– Performing Puja/Aarti
– Treating mom-to-be with spa, makeup and dressing her up
– The main and most important part : “god Bharai”
Give a chance for the women in the family to make the mum-to-be feel special and loved. The mum-to-be is gifted a special outfit usually a saree by her mum which she will wear on the day of the baby shower. Make her outfits ready for the function.
Every mother-to-be needs beauty treatment and body care, makeup and relaxation. Also, don’t forget to pick the fashion accessories for her. She needs to look the best on her baby shower day.
Decorate the room to welcome the soon-to-be newest member of the family.
Prepare delicious cake and food for the guests. Give them the return-gifts.
Perform the main ritual of godh bharai : Fill The expectant mother’s lap with fruits, new sarees, sweets, rice etc. All the invited women apply Tikka (vermilion or Haldi-Kumkum) on the would be mother’s forehead to protect her from evil influences, pray for her and the baby, and then this followed by aarti to appease the Gods and receive their blessings.
It is also known as Shaad in Bengal, as Dohal Jevan in Maharashtra, as Valakaappu in Tamil Nadu, and as Seemandham or Seemantham in other parts of South India.
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