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This diwali gift yourself a better you

Diwali, undeniably the most cherished festival, encapsulates much more than a single day of celebration. This occasion is a tapestry of traditions and activities, including purchasing gold, adorning homes with new items, gifting our loved ones, reveling in fireworks, and meticulously decorating our dwellings with vibrant lights and colorful rangoli designs.

Amidst the splendor of Diwali, we invest significantly in gifts, ornamental lights, fireworks, and more. These customs have seamlessly intertwined with the age-old Diwali rituals, contributing to the endearing essence of this festival. Yet, beyond the festivities, Diwali imparts valuable lessons and principles worth imbibing.

Lighting: The primary symbolism of lighting during Diwali is the victory of light over darkness, good over evil. Illuminate your inner self with positivity and banish the shadows of negativity. Thoughts, akin to magnets, attract corresponding energies. Embracing positive thoughts can usher in favorable outcomes.

Rangoli: Embrace creativity without needing formal validation. Uniqueness and innovation, as often stated, are pathways to success. It’s not about doing different things but doing things differently.

The Dia (Oil Lamp): Sustain the flame within; despite adversities, safeguard the essence of your spirit against the tempests of life.

Firecrackers: Symbolize the eradication of malevolent thoughts. Let these thoughts dissipate, making space for positive transformations in our lives, consequently gifting ourselves an improved version of us.

Housecleaning: Diwali’s chore of house cleaning mirrors the deeper necessity of decluttering our minds. Purging negative energies is as crucial as discarding physical clutter, making room for positivity and embracing the goodness in our lives.

Ghar Wali Diwali: Diwali is a time when families come together, share meals, exchange gifts, and celebrate traditions. Discussing the significance of this bonding, the importance of spending quality time with family, and how these moments contribute to emotional well-being could be explored. Explanding on how this communal celebration fosters unity, strengthens relationships, and creates lasting memories, could be an insightful addition.

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  • atulmaharaj

    You missed out on food, ladoos especially. We need to be happy and sweet like Ladoos and spread happiness around ! Good stuff.

  • Akhil Rohal

    yeah!!! thanks for adding !
    we should learn from sweets too.
    be sweet and spread the sweetness &happiness 🙂

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