Instead of bursting crackers, the residents have planned a special treat for their fellow society members. Different types of stalls will be put up by the children followed by games, Diwali party and dinner where they can enjoy with their friends and family.
From lightening earthen diyas to using electric diyas and fairy lights, from visiting each other’s homes being reserved to one’s own house only, a lot, definitely, has changed
I would give away anything to live old memories again but until then, let me prepare myself to deal with the fact that the only day-off I get will now be filled with festival madness. That’s Diwali as adults for you.
The fact that the daughter cannot continue doing the Gharonda custom, even though she loves it after she is married underlines the indispensable significance of marriage in her life.
Despite being revered as suspicious, the year-round stigma remains that women belong in homes. The goddess needs to build on the wealth that a man brings into the household by saving or smart management of household expenses.
Wherever Indians have settled they have taken their culture with them, even festivals. The festival of Diwali is celebrated just like we do in India but with a local flavour.
. While our traditional roots remain intact, the way we express them has certainly changed. Here are five ways in which modern families are improvising on Diwali traditions of the past.
This Diwali, we need to find what we’ve lost along the way in the search of convenience, writes Kiran Manral in The Married Feminist this week.
On Sunday, as a part of his monthly talk show, Man Ki Baat PM Narendra Modi has initiated a new campaign ‘Bharat Ki Lakshmi’ to recognize and appreciate the endeavours and achievements of women who have worked for public welfare.
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