Every Indian welcomes the divine festival of Diwali with open arms. Irrespective of different cultures and backgrounds, the nation comes together on this auspicious day. It is one of the popular Indian festivals of the year that is celebrated with lights, gifts, rangolis, joy, and laughter. Although the essence of the festival stays the same across the country, Diwali traditions and activities vary from state to state.
What is life without your better half? Whether she is your girlfriend or fiancée, she makes your life worth celebrating with her presence. Without her, any special occasion or a festive celebration is incomplete. Similar to that, a festive occasion is not complete without gifts.
As we all know, Diwali is undoubtedly the biggest festivals of lights. For many, the festival is about coming together with the family to celebrate love and light. On this day, you seek blessings from all the members, be it your parents or grandparents. While they bless you with all their love, a little effort from your side will bring a smile on your face and celebrate Diwali with them.
The five-day-long celebrations of Diwali are quite massive. Right from the ancestors to the youth of today, everyone celebrates Diwali with great enthusiasm. During the festive season, every individual follows the age-old Diwali traditions