The festival of Lights Diwali marks the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya after ridding the earth from the burden of evils like Ravana and other Ashuras to establish a Satya, Samriddha and Saatvik Empire. Diwali is celebrated across India. It is also considered the festival of Vaishyas (the Business Community). Godess Laxmi is worshipped for Prosperity.

Diwali gives a reason to Party, to buy New Clothes, New Vehicles and to go on a forced cleanliness drive. Here are the three things that you must do this Diwali.

1) Make sure you give BAKSHEESH to the Local Policewala, Safaiwala, Gaurd Bhaiyya and Baais else you may have a tough time living you life.

2) Wear Clothes. Do not! I again say, DO NOT try to light crackers if you are wearing only a Lungi. The odds are that you will get bruises all over and your lungi will slide down in the process of running away from a fussy cracker.

Happy Diwali 😀

We have all been through this during #Diwali… Bloody fire crackers! #LOL 😛 :P#HappyDiwali

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3) Wish every one you meet and know. Festivals are for spreading joy and for socialising. you must make the most of these opportunities that have been created by our fore-fathers as tools for keeping the social framework intact. You may like to share this link as your Diwali wishes. Watsapp this link.

HAPPY DIWALI 🙂