Shilpa Shetty gives a peek into her tech-free vacation in Udaipur with kids; says, “NO iPads on this trip to CONNECT with our roots”

Shilpa Shetty recently shared sweet moments from her family vacation on Instagram which is a total masterclass on parenting as she disconnects her kids from technology allowing them. To embrace and connect with their roots. She, along with her husband Raj Kundra and their two kids, explored rural India, making it a special and memorable experience as they spent the holidays in Rajasthan.

The family is seen indulging in fun activities as they switch off their devices, and go on a desert safari, try tasty local delicacies, and interact with villagers. Shilpa is also seen making Chaas the traditional way, and her kids also fed goats.

Shilpa shared a video montage of their holiday with a caption that resonates with many modern parents, emphasizing the importance of disconnecting from technology to connect with roots. She wrote, “Rural India is sooo beautiful / We, as parents, find it so hard to switch off from technology, so setting a precedent for our kids: NO iPads on this trip to CONNECT with our roots! Many firsts… a safari, then visited a village called Adinga in Udaipur to introduce the rural life to our kids, what a memorable experience! Life is beautiful… just keep it simple. Happy Holidays.”


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The post received an outpouring of love from fans and well-wishers, with many expressing appreciation for promoting holidays within India. Comments echoed sentiments of admiration for Shilpa’s authentic self, applauding her deep connection with Indian roots.

Shilpa Shetty’s family trip is a great example of finding happiness in simple moments and appreciating our culture. As we eagerly await her upcoming OTT show Indian Police Force, we are truly touched by her rural family vacation.

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