Celebrations and Festivals

Make Diwali Meaningful This Year

Neetu Ralhan
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Make Diwali Meaningful This Year

Diwali is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in India. The festival immediately conjures up images of lamps, firecrackers, new clothes, sweets, parties and lots of celebration. However, more and more people are choosing to opt out of over the top, lavish celebrations, and doing something that they care about. This year, take the opportunity to make Diwali meaningful for your child.  


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Shikha Batra

| Oct 07, 2017

very apt blog,as Diwali is just around the corner. I believe we should motivate our children to make some contribution in the lives of children who can't afford to celebrate Diwali by giving them clothes ,toys and sweets .there are people on the street who have no one to call their own. Wishing​ them Happy diwali by hugging them and making a small contribution would make not only make their day special but it would give u immense happiness in turn as well.

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puloma pandey

| Oct 07, 2017

I am also against crackers. I decided to celebrate this Dewali with earthen diyas and not artificial lights or expensive candles. Distribute sweets to maid, dudhwala, garbegwala and to the vendors who comes on your door step and this will be Dewali in real sense.

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Neha

| Nov 24, 2014

Good read

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Sharda

| Oct 29, 2014

My 5 yr old daughter made a diwali card for me, my best diwali gift till now..

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Aarti

| Oct 29, 2014

Liked the blog.. My son also enjoyed cleaning the house with me..

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Swati

| Oct 29, 2014

good blog.. it is applicable to all celebrations and how to make them even more special

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Shilpa

| Oct 29, 2014

I would also like to add a point here, that festivals are a right time to help our children give respect and love to elders. We should ensure that will all the parties etc they don't forget their elders in the family.

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Ravina

| Oct 29, 2014

Loved this blog. It is so sensitive and makes festivals definitely more meaningful

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