It is that time of the year again, Navratri is happening right now, Dussehra is approaching and the days to Diwali are numbered. If only we could type and explain the excitement we share for this one festival. Perhaps the extra "yayy" in "yayyyyy" can begin to explain the excitement. It is the time for sweets and treats, fun and celebrations.
Diwali has this air around it, before any of you point out that there is more pollution for Indians, yes we agree, there indeed is pollution. But you know what else is there? Joy, happiness and celebrations. Both the literal one and the Cadbury's as well.
Let us address the second best part about any event or festival that happens in India. Undoubtedly, it is always the food. Be it the sweet meals or the spicy snacks, we love all of it to bits.
Coming to the foremost best part about Diwali, it is the dressing up. Listen,it is not that you cannot wear ethnic on other days, but the kind of ethnic that you wear and the way it feels on Diwali is different. For instance, you can wear lehengas on anybody's wedding, but the one you wear on your own feels priceless. Similarly, ethnic on Diwali is something else altogether.
What adds to the charm of dressing up? Getting the new photos to update your social media. Bombard them if you must but people should know who was the real pataka on Diwali.
Even if you have been distant or lost touch and as formal as it may be but the best part about Indian festivals is that they bring you closer to your family. Only a person who has lived away from home on festivals knows the real worth of family.
With family comes gifts and with gifts comes all the happiness. The Cadbury celebration is a must have gift along with the Haldiram's Soan Paapdi, without them our Diwali is not complete at all.
We need an excuse to celebrate, party is one and card party is another and if you are lucky and good at the game of cards then you can win fortunes in Diwali card parties. After all, that is the second the most reason why Diwali is famous for.
Often these card parties and family gatherings are stretched till late night. But this breaks our monotonous mundane routine and keeps things interesting.
The fact that Diwali means so much to everybody and is capable of making everybody happy just wins it plain simple.
Often in a lifestyle where we are struggling from point A to point B and all this while trying to maintain a balance between keeping up with the trends and the influence of the western countries our own culture lags behind. Change is unstoppable, but whatever can remind us of our roots, we take it quite gratefully.
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