How Mao sanbi, child-wearing fashion trend, was born and raised in India

In a country where the idea of child-care is almost a taboo, the Mao sanbiri, a child-wear trend that’s often seen as a way to protect children from poverty, has become a staple in Indian society.

It’s part of a new breed of child care that’s popular with younger generations who have grown up on traditional family-run outfits and are looking to feel less reliant on a mother or father. 

In this photo taken by Reuters in September, Mao sanbis, a children’s clothing line, is seen at the entrance of a supermarket in New Delhi, India. 

Mao sanbis was invented in India, and its popularity among the younger generation has skyrocketed over the last decade, said Chirag Sharma, a fashion editor for Reuters who covers the country.

“It has become so popular, that it’s a symbol of what it means to be a Indian.” 

The Mao sanobi trend has become popular among younger generations, Sharma said. 

“Mao has become the symbol of childcare,” he told Reuters.

“We want to change this.

It should be an opportunity for the younger generations to change their way of thinking about how they work.” 

Manaan Sanbi, an 18-year-old student at the prestigious Mumbai Institute of Technology who has been involved in the Maosanbi movement, says the Maobiris’ design is not just for children, but for the whole family. 

For Sanbi and others, the designs offer a way for them to help raise money for orphanages and other social services. 

The Sanbi’s clothing is meant to reflect a sense of family, he told Bloomberg, noting that it should be made to fit the family’s needs. 

Sanbi said he wants to bring about change by designing clothing that reflects the culture of the country, rather than just the style of the garment. 

Sharma, the fashion editor, said the Mao Sanbi movement is not an alternative to traditional child care. 

It is not about looking for something new.

It is about changing the way we look at children,” Sharma said in an interview. 

But in India where child-free families make up around a third of the population, the idea has become an uncomfortable one.

Sanbi told Reuters he feels the Maosbiri movement has made a big impact in the country by providing a way of life that is still rooted in tradition. 

He said he feels he has helped the movement spread because of his work for the company.”

When I was working for the Mao biryani, I was a part of it.

It depends on the situation in the family and the family wants to change.””

I’ve been helping to spread the idea that it is not necessarily a matter of style, it’s not a matter if you look like a Mao or not.

It depends on the situation in the family and the family wants to change.”