I am so upbeat to compose this article as it is time for one of my favourite Indian festival, Diwali! I can spruce up all I need, feel environmental friendly than most others surrounding me and accomplish something profitable that I will do this Diwali as well other than bursting firecrackers. Here are a couple of exercises you can enjoy this Diwali setting aside sparklers that has become quite mainstream.
- VISIT OLD AGE HOMES
As they say, “Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art”. This Diwali try something different for a change. You can just share the woeful experiences of all the inmates, console these old people and offer to read them books, fruits, cookies and the most precious thing, to give vent to the feelings of the old which make many outburst their emotions. It will be a really joyous experience for all those people wanting to contribute something good for the society. The most inspiring thing there is in the old age homes is that in spite of facing so many hardships these aged people have brave hearts and are still trying to find endless ways to be happy to live and will shower you with love endlessly.
Did you want to read this one book for really long but you were so busy with day to day activities that you couldn’t indulge in reading? Read that book this Diwali as there is no greater pleasure than reading something you really love. Reading encourages greater brain connectivity as the reader learns about the character; they place themselves in their shoe, which encourages brain activity. Several people who read the same book have their own unique version of the story. Reading keeps your brain young and can melt away your stress that I’m sure has been built up lately.
- INDULGE IN COOKING
Cooking isn’t hard. There are a huge number of books out there and unlimited sites with recipes as well. Discovering simple meals to cook is simple. You don’t need to be an ace culinary expert either. Regardless I’m not an extraordinary cook, but rather I can undoubtedly cook more than 100 dishes. I still go out to eat once in a while, however generally, I spare my cash and eat in. The less you can depend on eating out the better and the sooner you can do this is even better. Click here for the best dining offers that wont burn a hole in your pocket!
There’s a long weekend coming up during Diwali! And here’s a list of top weekend getaways that will fill your Diwali with interesting travel experiences. Every year, amidst the hullabaloo, your Diwali week just slips away without giving you a much-wanted break. So, why not beat the noise and take a Diwali vacation? This Diwali choose from these exciting escapes you can head to with your loved ones! Goa, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, Coorg, Karnataka, Mount Abu, Rajasthan, Matheran, Maharastra. And what could be better than escaping all the Diwali noise and taking it easy and just indulge in relaxation therapies in these breathtaking destinations away from the diwali noises.
- DIY THIS DIWALI
Do it Yourself this Diwali! Make your own decoration and add your personal touch to brighten up your home. A paper lantern is a lantern made of thin, brightly coloured paper. In their simplest form, they are simply a paper bag with a candle placed inside. You can also light Diyas but with a little twist! Make your own Diyas! Yes it is possible and quite inexpensive. Try making one for yourself this Diwali
Diy Paper lantern.
Diy Diyas at home
- GIVE YOUR HOUSE A MAKEOVER
This is a great time to give your house another (read cleaner) look. On the off chance that your home takes after a garbage dump, it’s an ideal opportunity to pull up your socks and go on a noteworthy cleaning drive. On the off chance that you are one of those folks who keep their homes spotless, you can change the stylistic theme of your home. Take a stab at giving your house another shading, fill the house with flowers and lights to create a festive aura around you. You could also splurge on new appliances this Diwali with the added advantage of stores providing their customers “Diwali Discount”.
Little App wishes each and everyone a very happy Diwali!