Interesting ways to make Diwali 2018 more special, without Crackers. Have a Look!
On Kartik Amavasya lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after his 14-year banishment, the whole state welcomed him with lamps and this day is celebrated as Diwali. Diwali is celebrated as “festival of lights”, it’s also called Deepawali “a row or cluster of lights”. But mind you, Diwali is nowhere called a festival of noise and pollution, then why do we burn crackers every year? Why do we harm birds, animals, ourselves and ozone every year?
According to Supreme court’s order, this year fireworks are allowed only for 2 hours in the evening. After the Laxmi pooja in the evening, we decorate the house with Diyas and then we burn crackers, so this Diwali keeps the crackers aside and celebrate Diwali in a new way.
Indore Talk will tell you about the new yet interesting ways to make Diwali 2018 even more special, there are some fun activities that every generation would enjoy. You can play some easy games with your friends, family, and neighbors, these are as follows:
Play anything you want to, be it Teen Patti, Poker, Dehla Pakad or whatever you like the most, and if you are the one who doesn’t know anything about cards, just like me, learn from someone who knows it well.
Tambola / Housie:
Now, this game is liked By every woman, they usually play this in their kitty parties and also we used to play this in our birthday parties and during Ganpati celebrations too. It’s the easiest game of numbers.
Now, this is one of the favorite games of Sooraj Barjatya, in his films like Maine Pyar Kiya, the whole family enjoys this game and yes, it also brings out a singer from our inner self.
Since my childhood, it has been one of my favorite games, if you don’t know much about it then google it, in a nutshell, in this game you can buy different properties without spending a single penny. It’s interesting, isn’t it? In India, this game is also called as Vyaapar.
Lighting the Candles:
This is the most fun game, suppose there are two people A & B, there are around 50 candles and they have to light maximum candles in given time limit. It’s easy and interesting.
If you don’t want to play any of these above games, then just do whatever you want to play Ludo, Snakes & Ladders, Raja-Mantri-Chor-Sipahi or even PUBG for that matter. And if you still don’t want to play then sit and talk with your family, bring out the childhood memories or just put the music on and dance crazily, because in India dance and music is must in every function and festival. Celebrate this Diwali without crackers, in a new way and make it memorable.