Republic Day 2020: How to Dress up Your Kid for Fancy Dress Competition? Check out DIY Tutorials

Shaloo Tiwari

Republic Day 2020 is here. Celebrated on January 26 every year, the day holds a significant place in every Indian's heart. It is the day when the constitution of India which was written by Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar came into force. It was on this day in 1930 that 'Purna Swaraj' was declared. While people celebrate the day in different ways, when it comes to celebrating the special day with kids events take place in schools and other institutions on Republic Day. Events like sports competitions, singing, dancing, writing, painting, debate etc. are organised. However, fancy dress competitions always take away the cake. Republic Day Parade 2020 Tickets: Where And How to Book Tickets For January 26 Event at Rajpath in Delhi. 

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On this day, children participate in fancy dress competition. It serves as a proud as well as fun occasion for children to wear their favourite costumes. But if you are confused about what to dress the child this time so that it looks different, check out some fancy dress competition ideas:

Bharat Mata

On Republic Day, you can dress your child as Bharat Mata. For this, you can make them wear saffron, white or orange coloured saree, a crown on head and tricolour in hands. Here's a DIY tutorial to dress your child as Bharat Mata:

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Mahatma Gandhi

You can also dress your child as Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Looking like Gandhi ji is quite easy. For this, you can wrap a white dhoti on your child and Apply a nude shade headgear to give it a bald look. Put Gandhi Gandhi Ji round glasses and give them a stick to hold. Here's a DIY tutorial to dress your child as Mahatma Gandhi:

Here are also some other options for kids fancy dress competition on Republic Day:

From Bal Gangadhar Tilak to Bhagat Singh, you can choose to dress your child as any of the freedom fighters that gave their lives to brings us the freedom that we have today. You must also talk to your child and figure who their role model is.