The most awaited festival of the year for most of the people in India is Diwali. It is a festival of happiness, light, gifts, clothes, accessories, flowers, etc. It also enlightens us to be a better individual that ever before. Diwali has its own significance and reasons to be celebrated. It is usually considered the victory of good over evil. It is being celebrated since ages after the victory of Rama over Ravana and the day of his returning to hometown Ayodhya, is celebrated as Diwali. This festival of light will be different for different age groups. Kids rejoice this festival as they see it be an occasion to light the lamps and burst crackers. Grown-ups rejoice as they get to do shopping for new accessories and clothes alongside maintaining the protocol of festivity by sharing warmth. Family is the most important entity with which we often tend to share our feelings and there could be no better occasion than celebrating Diwali together.
Festivals- In real
Being so much engrossed with all our daily chores, do we get to actually celebrate a festival based on its importance? Well, that’s something we might have to ponder for ourselves. However, commercialization has hit all aspects of living and grand festivals such as Diwali, Dusehra or Christmas are no exceptions. People perceive festivals as an occasion to make quick money and get rich instantaneously. Many things that have a glossier look in the foreground might not necessarily have adequate effort in the making. Apparently, it is quite obvious that shopping malls introduce special discounts after being aware of the fact that people will have shopping on top of their priority list. This could be the best time for them to inflate the prices of any buyable commodity. Entertainment industries try to attract more crowd during the festive seasons as they might feel it as the best season of better business. New cars would be available in market. Paints and interior decoration artifacts will be on demand. Money is becoming the motive and the key parameter, which is driving the festival.
There could be exceptions to those hard facts, which are just mentioned. However, handful of people does know the essence of festivals and celebrate them with due respect and right motive to share love and happiness. It is for the interest of the people that such occasions and festivals were discovered. Therefore, it’s a joint responsibility of every individual take a step back from the commercial world to make this world a better place to live with harmony and brotherhood.
Gifts for occasions
Gifts are the most special tokens provided during festivals. Kids are head over heels for receiving it from elders. Gifts can be in any form such as sweets, flowers or anything which could be used. Nowadays, booking a gift online and getting it delivered to the destined address by a mediator has come into the trend and people perceive that to be ‘cool’ as it uses some technology behind. Gifts are shared for all festivals and the seasons of November and December are primarily known for that.
Irrespective of any festival and especially in Diwali, people exchange gifts as a custom. The happiness in sharing cannot be compared with any other feeling in the world as it raises a level of satisfaction amongst us.
Online websites are ideal for designing gifts. They give the user all the privileges to design a custom gift for any occasion depending on their own desires and requirements. Some of the factors that come in handy while selecting are
– Interesting wrapper.
– Appropriate design and structure.
– Right content for right age group.
Gifts form the integral part of all festivals and it has always been a tradition to exchange gifts. Elders need to encourage their kids by gifting them in the initial days make them realize to follow our tradition and culture to their future generation.