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History of Kites: The earliest evidence of Indian kite flying comes from miniature paintings from the Mogul Period around 1500. A favorite theme was of a young man skillfully using his kite to drop messages to a lover who was being held in strict seclusion from him and the rest of the world.

History of Kites: The earliest evidence of Indian kite flying comes from miniature paintings from the Mogul Period around 1500. A favorite theme was of a young man skillfully using his kite to drop messages to a lover who was being held in strict seclusion from him and the rest of the world.

Gujarat Kite Festival - India.. Though kite festivals are prevalent in various parts of world.... :):)

Gujarat Kite Festival - India.. Though kite festivals are prevalent in various parts of world.... :):)

Ai Weiwei’s dragon kite at his Alcatraz exhibition, San Francisco. Photo by Mike Chino.

Ai Weiwei’s dragon kite at his Alcatraz exhibition, San Francisco. Photo by Mike Chino.

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Kodomo no hi or Japanese Children's Day is a festival originally for boys ("tango no sekku") but which has been renamed for both sexes and is held on the 5th day of the 5th month.    On this day families with newborn sons fly koinobori, beautiful multi-colored carp windsocks  outside of homes to wish their sons a good future. Otoko means "boy" and sekku means "festival".  The festival originated in China and later became  associated with May rice planting in Japan.

Kodomo no hi or Japanese Children's Day is a festival originally for boys ("tango no sekku") but which has been renamed for both sexes and is held on the 5th day of the 5th month. On this day families with newborn sons fly koinobori, beautiful multi-colored carp windsocks outside of homes to wish their sons a good future. Otoko means "boy" and sekku means "festival". The festival originated in China and later became associated with May rice planting in Japan.

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