Diwali 2πŸͺ”2πŸͺ”

Diwali, a celebration that raises the spirits in every sense. An occasion to spread love and share positivity around.

A festival full of beautiful memories back home, where the houses were filled with the gleams of Diyas, doorsteps charmed up with the exquisite Rangolis and Torans that the hidden Artists magically whipped out. Shops on the streets filled with excitement, while the mouths were constantly filled with Mithai, skies decked up with sparkly and shiny fireworks and our hearts soaked up in enormous joy.

Diwali comes as a reminder for us all to burn the ignorances to light the lamps of hopes in our and other’s hearts. Enabling us to see the best part of life, and set aside all the negative aspects. Symbolising the movement from untruth to truth and from darkness to light on the day of Amavasya.

This festival of joy, light, and hope marks a new beginning into our lives. May this Diwali be the one that leads us all to a glorious and safe future ahead, away from any sufferings where – once again we are all able to visit our friends and family without any fear or restrictions. And are able to celebrate the good times together to thank our countless blessings that we are blessed with while witnessing the magic of Diwali unfold through the bright light exploding colours, with all the laughters and cheer.

Have a blessed Diwali everyone πŸ™πŸ»βœ¨πŸͺ”πŸͺ”

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