Diwali is the festival of spreading light and love in the lives of your loved ones. People are in the festive mood and they celebrate the festival with great pomp and show. It is a lot more fun when celebrated with family and close friends. This festival teaches us about the morals and value of relationships. During this part of the year, most people are without the stress of pending work so it is the best time to catch up with the new innovated ideas to make this festival of light worth cherishing for a very long time.
Below are few you should try doing to make your Diwali memorable for the rest of your life.
1. Take out time to thank people who makes your life simpler and a bit more happier
Thank all those people who made things even a little bit simpler for you without any expectations in return.
2. Visit your grandparents
If you failed to meet your grandparents for a long time, you should definitely celebrate this Diwali with them. This will make them happier than you think. There nothing better than seeing your grand pa and grand ma smiling on the diwali eve.
3. Visit an orphanage
Visiting an orphanage and spending some quality time with children always proves to a good idea. The bright light in the eyes of little ones is satisfying and makes the festival worth embracing and cherishing. Providing them with toys, stationery and edibles is also a benevolent act.
4. Call your siblings or close friends or even your co league that live alone in the city for dinner
Celebrating the festival of love and light with your loved ones is unique in its own way. If your friend or colleague lives alone in the city, call them home for dinner and merry making. This will not only make you happy but it will also make their Diwali striking and unforgettable.
5. Visiting an old age home
Visiting old-age homes and talking to people in them is an act one should really consider this Diwali. This will put a smile on not only their face but on your face too.
6. Buy more of Indian products
For a change, pledge to buy Indian made products this Diwali. This small initiative will not cost you significantly more but it will surely make a huge difference in the lives of potters and handicraft artists.
By contributing little humanity and generosity in the society will ensure that nobody has a dark Diwali night because it is not just about our own happiness but it is also for making a small change in our society which can bring peace and happiness in the lives of others.