The festival of lights that we have all been anticipating has arrived. The entire region has been decked out in bright lights, in honour of Diwali. It’s impossible to escape the festive cheer in the air; it’s that time of the year when everybody is just joyful. Even though spending Diwali by yourself at home can be enjoyable, it can’t compare to the joy that comes from being surrounded by others who are joyful and in love. So stop thinking about skipping all the Diwali celebrations and rituals to which you have been invited. You should visit there and take in the day. Why? Here are some of the most important reasons why you should celebrate Diwali this year and every year after.
Top reasons to celebrate Diwali:
You’re going to need some good food as well as some good memories
All of the dishes that are prepared are an essential part of Diwali. You’ll lick your fingers after eating the special festival treats, each of which has a distinct flavour. The confections from the store, however, fall short of the homemade versions. The aroma foretells the arrival of the sweets days before they actually appear. A picture-perfect moment is shared while enjoying Diwali sweets with loved ones while sharing stories and smiles. Can you imagine skipping out on one of your life’s most memorable experiences? No? Then get up, get ready, and head out to enjoy yourself with your loved ones.
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You’ll be showered with gifts
Giving and receiving gifts is a custom associated with this festival that is probably favoured by most people. To celebrate this auspicious day, the entire family gathers shakes hands and gives each other gifts. You will therefore miss out on all the gifts as well as the fun and happiness that comes with giving the gifts if you don’t go to those parties and gatherings. The whole event is exciting and watching your family’s happy faces as they open their gifts is priceless.
You will be able to connect with your loved ones
Not only do people dress in festive attire for Diwali, but houses are also decorated to complement the charm and lights that are seen everywhere. The family works together to clean the house and set up the decorations and lanterns a few days before the celebration to start these preparations. All of these activities promote family unity, and when everyone you care about is involved, even the most mundane tasks, like cleaning, become enjoyable. Even if you choose not to spend time cleaning with your loved ones, you can still assist them with any last-minute decorating by choosing to enjoy this Diwali with them.
You could very well party with your family all night long
Card games are a beloved Diwali tradition that has been around for a very long time. The entire cast of relatives, friends, and occasionally the entire neighbourhood congregates for this occasion. If you thought that elderly people couldn’t have a good time, think again. Grandmothers and grandfathers frequently party until the early hours of the morning while playing cards and deftly stealing money from those around them. If you choose not to participate in the Diwali celebrations and rituals, you will undoubtedly miss out on this amazing affair.
You’ll get to spend time with your cousins
Meeting family members might sound like a chore, so for some people, this might not seem to be a plus. However, if you live away from your family, you may only occasionally get to see your extended family. Therefore, you have the chance to spend time with them on the one occasion when the whole family gets together. As time goes on, you’ll come to miss their friendly banter and all of the things you once found annoying will now seem very entertaining. On the other hand, everyone will be fixated on what you do and how your life is.
What are some reasons you’re celebrating this Diwali and how are you doing it? And however you decide to do it, Happy Diwali! Hope you get to have a wonderful and safe day with your loved ones.
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