Wednesday, 18 December 2013

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Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

"Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle all the way,
Oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open slay....."

No need to remind that Christmas & New Year are round the corner. Preparations are on the anvil and so are the Holidays. In Western World, I guess it is an official Holiday of close to 10 days. In India, the festivities fall between Winter Vacations of similar number of Days for Children. So, everywhere these will be days of joy and fun.

Here, I will list out some things which you can do to make this Season filled with more fun & liveliness:

1) Try Adventure Sports: This is a perfect time of the Year to try Sports like Skiing, Mountaineering, Sky Diving etc. to get the thrill. Not only will you get warmed up but also you will get a dose of much needed Energy to start the New Year on an energetic note.

2) Travel: Make the Holidays worth by spending time with your Family and what best than packing Bags and heading out. Either going to Places nearby or a cross-Country Travel, make this Season special by discovering a different Land.

3) Explore your City: It happens that we stay at some Place for many Years, but know so little about it. The reason being that our daily schedule just involves Home, Office and other day-to-day activities. We just don't get time to see the Place where we live. Take your Children out this Winter Vacation and make them see Historical Monuments, Museums and Memorials which your City enriches. This will make them proud of the Place they come from and will help them form a Personality.

4) Meet your parents: I know most of us are far from our parents for Work, Education or other reasons. Try to take time out and visit them at this time to make their Christmas and New Year also special. Trust me you will be relieved of all your Stress and will get Positive wibes for the impending Year.

5) Do Charity: No good deed is finished till you do some Charity. All the Religions and Festivals teach us the same. Earn some Blessings by doing a little bit of Charity. If nothing, just make some crying Child Smile.

The above were some Ideas to make your Christmas and New Year fun with purpose. Almost everybody these days goes partying and it is a very common way to celebrate. Be different from others and bring Smile to Faces.

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.


Happy Diwali !!!

Thought of starting a blog on various festivals of India, which fortunately have no end, and what better to start with a post on the festival which is just round the corner, our most favourite, Deepavali.

Deepavali, as we know it, is called the ‘festival of lights’ (deep = light and avali = row). There is lots of lightning all around us on this day and it’s a sin not to brighten up your house. In north India, we celebrate this festival by doing Lord Ganesh and Laxmi pooja, illuminating our houses & surroundings and bursting crackers. People in other parts of India have different ways to celebrate the festival. Being filled with fun & frolic, these acts are all considered auspicious and Diwali, without these, loses its meaning.



Everybody knows the origin of this festival. But just to refresh, the origin dates back to the time of Rama-raj when Lord Rama came back to Ayodhya with his wife Sita and brother Laxman after winning over demon-king Ravan & finishing his 14 years of vanavas or exile. So, the citizens of Ayodhya lit earthen diyas and celebrated his homecoming by bursting crackers and distributing sweets.

Apart from the above, there are many legends for diwali and different customs in India celebrate this festival for different reasons. Isn’t it amazing that we all celebrate one festival for different reasons!!!

Above all, like most other hindu festivals, diwali also signifies the triumph of good over evil. It gives us a hope that in the present world too, ultimately truth, honesty and positivity will survive and there will be no place for evil and negative thoughts.

Though Diwali brings with itself a lot of joy but for some people, it becomes a cause of sadness as many get hurt while bursting crackers. Sometimes, the injuries are very serious and in extreme cases, can result in deaths too. One of my friends burnt his hand last Diwali while lighting an anaar and was in severe pain for many months. What was worse that it affected not only his day-to-day routine but also his work life as he was not able to report to work for quite some time. So, needless to say, its very important to be safe than sorry in Diwali.

This year, diwali is falling on 3rd of November, sunday. To ek chutti to gayi but it is nothing in comparison to the joy and happiness which this festival will bring with itself. So friends, wish you all a very happy Diwali with lots of celebrations and please be safe too.

                                   HAPPY DIWALI !!!