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Contest: What does A Perfect Diwali Celebration mean to you?

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Posted on November 16 2015

We are sure you had a great time this Diwali. As always, we are here to give you an opportunity to celebrate once again. Share with us your thoughts and stand a chance to have a new saree in your wardrobe even after Diwali.

The winner of the contest is Mr. Amit Saini A heartiest congratulation to him and a big thank you to all the participants. 

Submit your ideas on our blog. The cut of date for the contest is

Sunday, 22nd  November, 2015 - midnight 00:00:00 hrs.

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149 Comments

  • Diwali is to celebrating with family gives real festival happiness

    Posted by Himabindu | November 22, 2015
  • Deewali means to me. A festival of sweets of happiness ,lights of relationships, crackers of love and life. I love. Deewali and lights of lifestyle.

    Posted by priyanka bhale | November 22, 2015
  • To me, a perfect diwali celebration would comprise of bonding. Festivals like these bring everyone closer together on a lower cultural common denominator and Diwali in particular provides us with the illumination required to light up impending darkness. Each diya holds within itself the strength, courage, boldness and passionate fire. It symbolises us.
    Hope everyone enjoyed their diwali with their loved and dear ones this year :)

    Posted by Bharati Rao M | November 22, 2015
  • Diwali is sweets ? diwali is get together ???? diwali is sharing one’s art of cooking with neighbours n vice versa ? diwali is new dresses ?diwali is bursting of crackers with family n friends irrespective of caste creed n race ?? diwali is that one festival which will not just lighten up ur house but brighten up the country too ??

    Posted by Kanchana | November 22, 2015
  • Celebrating Diwali is lighting diyas and putting rangolis and distributing sweets(mithais) to your family and friends and also doing charities, this just a Exoteric meaning BUT in Esoteric way if we want celebrate Diwali do such kind of work which can bring light in people’s life, distribute sweetness by your behavior among friends n family n make life colorful of your people with whom u r surrounded, like rangolis, and do not forget to do charities to the people who r in need, not only financially but also giving your time and knowledge. HAPPY DIWALI AND PROPEROUS NEW YEAR TO EVERYON☺️

    Posted by SuziH | November 22, 2015
  • To me, Diwali celebration is a hugely optimistic day when we lighten our surroundings and those dark corners of our hearts that need a spark of positivity. On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, I take an advantage to sweeten those bitter experiences with someone with whom I hesitited to take initiative all the year long. I believe in making the celebration perfect by coming closer to forgotten friends n relatives and spreading smiles on every face I can. At times, surprising someone unexpectedly with thoughtful gifts also makes my Diwali celebration perfect because to make someone feel special is a victorious feel that fills my heart with immense joy :) This time I wish to make my mommy loved by gifting her this saree, if I get to win :)

    Amit Saini

    Posted by Amit Saini | November 22, 2015
  • Deepawali deepon ka tyoohaar
    Laye sabke jeevan mein khushian apaar
    Lakshmi mata sabko dein sukh samridhi aur
    Pyaar se rahe yeh saara sansar….

    Posted by Nipunika | November 22, 2015
  • May the festival of lights be the harbinger of the joy prosperity. As the holy occasion of diwali is here and the atmosphere filled with sprit of mirth and love, here’s hoping this festival of beauty brings your way,bright sparkles of contentment, that stay with you through the days ahead .

    Posted by Suryakala | November 22, 2015
  • Celebrating Diwali is lighting diyas and putting rangolis and distributing sweets(mithais) to your family and friends and also doing charities, this just a Exoteric meaning BUT in Esoteric way if we want celebrate Diwali do such kind of work which can bring light in people’s life, distribute sweetness by your behavior among friends n family n make life colorful of your people with whom u r surrounded, like rangolis, and do not forget to do charities to the people who r in need, not only financially but also giving your time and knowledge. HAPPY DIWALI AND PROPEROUS NEW YEAR TO EVERYON☺️

    Posted by SuziH | November 22, 2015
  • Diwali is a festival of lights. This festival creates lights to our mind and surroundings.It is for remembering the victory of good over evil. Firstly it creates lights in our mind with prayer and belief.Secondly we will celebrate this festival by decorating our house and surroundings with oil lamps and lights.Thirdly with sweets and crackers by wearing new dresses. In short it is a festival of lights and togetherness and it can brings a lots of happiness to everyone.

    Posted by Jissy | November 21, 2015
  • Deepawali deepon ka tyoohaar
    Laye sabke jeevan mein khushian apaar
    Lakshmi mata sabko dein sukh samridhi aur
    Pyaar se rahe yeh saara sansar….

    Posted by Nipunika | November 21, 2015
  • झूमती गाती मस्ती से मस्त भरपूर दीवाली। फटाके रंगोली मिठाई से लबरेज दीवाली।आपका संग रंगबिरंगे मनचाहे कपड़ों के साथ, अब तो बस क्या कहना ! दिल से आपकी याने yellow fashion team ko happy diwali.

    Posted by Lata | November 21, 2015
  • झूमती गाती मस्ती से मस्त भरपूर दीवाली। फटाके रंगोली मिठाई से लबरेज दीवाली।आपका संग रंगबिरंगे मनचाहे कपड़ों के साथ, अब तो बस क्या कहना ! दिल से आपकी याने yellow fashion team ko happy diwali.

    Posted by Lata | November 21, 2015
  • 1.Childhood memories of the festival days,the joys and happiness enjoyed.
    2. Caring,Sharing,spending time with family,relatives.
    3. Respecting,taking blessings from the elders, showing and explaining the meaning of the rituals to youngsters.
    4. Planning & preparing yummy diwali specials,sharing and making sure neighbors are not at inconvenience.
    5. Taking care of the animals while celebrations.
    6. Sharing food and goodies with the less fortunate ones,and those who work for us.
    7. Exchanging greetings and pictures of the celebrations with all those far away friends,relatives and family members.

    Posted by Sailaja | November 21, 2015
  • Diwali means celebrating lighting diyas But it also means sharing happiness with those who can’t afford. We make sure to distribute sweets crackers and diyas to kids in slums. So that they also can share our happiness during festival

    Posted by Mamtha Palrecha | November 21, 2015
  • Missed Diwali this year! Was on work in Paris at that time. Felt very saddened by the terrorist attacks on the innocents there who had just come to enjoy the weekend! :-(

    Posted by Soumya | November 21, 2015
  • Diwali is the festival of execution of inner light of oneself .
    I mean by Diwali lots of preparations, rangoli, diya , Roshni and gathering of family.

    Posted by Shivangi Shastri | November 21, 2015
  • Diwali is considered as festival of lights. Like
    so our mind should reflect true light through our deeds . Then only our life will become meaningful .

    Posted by ASHA HARISH | November 21, 2015
  • what a colourful sarees u have. I like it.

    Posted by d. wijewardena | November 20, 2015
  • Diwali means festival of lights. We worship Kali mata and light diyas in and around our home. Decorating our balcony with lights and offering sweets all around gives me immense pleasure. I don’t like bursting cracker and feel that the money can be better utilized by donating something to the poor and needy. May the light shine brightly inside each one of us this Diwali and dispel the darkness, both outside and within us.

    Posted by Shilpi Deb | November 20, 2015
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