A bunny is a favorite toy of Indian girls and boys, a survey revealed.
The survey, conducted by a non-profit organization called the Women’s Education Foundation (Wef) in partnership with the India Institute of Development Studies (IISDS), found that boys are most likely to buy toys for their daughters, followed by girls.
Bunnies are usually stuffed with stuffed animals or stuffed animals and animals with cute faces, said the survey, which was carried out by IISDS-Delhi in partnership to the Wef.
The toys can be purchased in stores, online, or at toy shops.
The toys are sold with a variety of different names like Bunny Doll, Bunny Toys, Bunny Doll Girl, Bunny Girl, and Bunny Doll-Guru.
Bunny dolls, which are typically made from bamboo, are often sold as dolls, while bunny toys are made from plastic and have a variety types of faces and faces with animals.
The toy collection is made up of toys ranging from a stuffed doll called the Barbie Bunny, to a Bunny Boy and Bunny Girl.
A total of 16,000 boys and 8,000 girls were surveyed in 2015.
The data was collected through a series of online surveys.
The surveys were carried out over a two-year period.
In the first survey conducted in October 2016, boys and girls surveyed were asked if they would like to purchase a toy or an animal.
The survey also asked about their likes and dislikes for different toys.
The responses showed that girls were more likely to purchase an animal and boys were more willing to purchase one.
In another survey conducted by IWISE in March 2017, boys were asked to answer questions about their toys, including how much they liked the toy, and if it was cute or scary.
The answers were recorded on a digital recorder.
In a third survey conducted between May and September 2017, girls were asked how much their toys would cost and whether they would purchase them.
The girls’ responses showed a clear preference for the bunny dolls and for cute dolls.