Diwali is a Hindu festival of light. Celebrated in every autumn season. Diwali is one of the biggest and most popular festivals in India. Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance”
I’ll be celebrating my 24th Diwali this year. My plans for the celebration will be different and little more social this year. I’m extremely introvert when it comes to meeting and greetings so this year I’ll try my best to come out and hug everyone.
Here comes my plan…
No to crackers!!!
Crackers left Delhi with unbearable pollution for several days. Not only Delhi but every big city suffer from dangerous diseases like Asthma, eye infections, and much other skins problems. Last year I suffered from such a bad eye infection because of going out after Diwali for many days. This will be my tenth year of no crackers and I’ll be more proud.
Feeding street animals
I’ll spend my little money on the animals on this joyful day. I use to do this every next day but this Diwali it will be more special. I’ll prepare a meal especially for every street animal I have in my area like cows and dogs. I’m so excited about this. Lets spread the love.
I will not be harming nature but many will do this cruelty. I cannot stop them. I wish I could but I can do better things so I choose to plant trees. As much as I can and as much as I can care and look out for.
I’m, not a rich person and I think I don’t have much stuff to live by so I’ll be donating two things to those who need it more then I do. Probably clothes or accessories.
Last but the most excited one. For the first time, I’ll be sending greetings full of love and prosperities to my loved ones. I will start working on them as soon possible because Diwali is just around the corner… xX
Spread kindness and love this Diwali.
Hare Krishna ❤