5 Things everyone must do this Diwali

Diwali, a festival of togetherness, a festival of lights, colors and deserts is the most common festival celebrated all over the country. And the most common thing we do is probably catch up with friends, burst some crackers and booze the night out.

As we all know that Diwali comes only once in a year so why not to go a little out of our way to make it memorable? Yes, here share Things everyone must do this Diwali.

5 Things everyone must do this Diwali

  1. Take off from Work and Travel to your HometownThings everyone must do this Diwali

    Work doesn’t help us when we are sick but family does. So in case you live away from your family, take a break from the daily work, pack your bags, book your tickets and get yourself amongst people that matter you the most.

  2. Spend like a millionaire

    Things everyone must do this DiwaliShopping is must for an occasion like Diwali. Nothing is better than going out for shopping with your loved ones. No matter if you are a girl or a guy, Make use of this festive season offers as it is a perfect excuse to lose your restraints and splurge your money. Provided you are in a state to pay back your bills. 😜

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  3. Catch up with your Buddies

    Things everyone must do this DiwaliDiwali is the best Occasion to catch up with your buddies as on this occasion, everyone is in the mood and, more importantly, free to celebrate. So, either pay a visit to their houses or organize a party at your own place.

  4. Bring out the artist in you

    Things everyone must do this DiwaliOn this colorful occasion, try contributing to the Rangoli as it’s not just a decoration but it is believed that making Rangoli can bring good luck and prosperity to your home.

  5. Say Bye Bye to your Diet plan

    Things everyone must do this Diwali

    All that sweating it out in the gym takes a dip with the onset of the festival because it’s almost impossible to say ‘no’ each and every time you’re offered the good old ‘Gulab Jamun’ or other high-cal delicacies. So on the occasion of this festive week, say bye to your diet and pamper yourself with all the variety of sweets you love to eat.

    I still have a tip for you to save your diet, instead of saying no each time, go for dry fruits and roasted stuff instead of fried ones.

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I wish you all A very Happy and A Safe Diwali 😃😊 And yes, do not forget to share this message for Diwali with your friends!

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