Happy Diwali 2018 – an auspicious festival of Indian Community
Diwali is India’s biggest religious celebration also known as the festivals of light when homes, institution, organizations and entire neighborhoods are very beautifully decorated with candles, frills, clay lamps, fairy lights etc.
This auspicious moonless night is celebrated everywhere in India, and also the Indian staying outside of India also find the various ways to celebrate this festival.
Different ways to celebrate Diwali
The way to celebrate Diwali may differ from person to person, when you wake up and check your mobile, and find that Diwali SMS embedded with Diwali images and Diwali quotes are flooded in your mobile because this is an era of social media like Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp.
So apart from Diwali greeting in a traditional way, the use of social media tool become very popular and people generally find the happy Diwali messages 2018 or for a particular year to wish their colleagues, relatives, and friends by sending them Diwali WhatsApp SMS, posting Diwali images 2018 on Facebook and sharing twits on twitter etc.
Traditionally, different parts in India have a diverse way of celebrating this festival, in urban India, the youth generally plan to meet with their friends and elder people enjoy with their relatives and neighbors. Children like to engage with firecracker and eating sweets of various kinds
Avoid firecrackers while celebrating Diwali
Watching firecracker might actually be an amazing experience but simultaneously it is dangerous for health as well as for the environment. Without using these harmful items, Diwali can be happily celebrated by decorating home with Diwali 2018 image s with latest and creative thoughts and sharing happy Diwali SMS 2018 on WhatsApp and other social media platforms. Also, you can spend some quality time with family, it will nurture the bonding among the family members