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text 2020-04-24 11:03
Some Thoughtful Ideas to Maximise The Joy of Diwali Festival

Every festival floods new energy and enthusiasm in everyone’s life. It is a remarkable occasion for sharing some happy moments with family and friends. People also celebrate Diwali by dedicating unique Diwali gifts and delicious sweets to their near or dear ones. Everyone feels the spirituality and joy of the Diwali festival. It is a pious occasion celebrated by all age group people. There is an excellent charm of colorful lights and mouthwatering sweets on Diwali festival. They love to exchange attractive gifts or presents with each other. If you are in a hurdle of selecting perfect gifts to commemorate this memorable occasion, then you are at the right place to find extraordinary gifts.


Here are some thoughtful ideas to multiply the joy of religious Diwali festivals.

Make Rangoli at Home:


Colors are the symbol of happiness and joy of the festivals. Diwali is also a memorable occasion to spread positivity and strength with people around you. You can make beautiful rangoli designs at your home on Diwali festival. Try to choose some bright colors to create some attractive patterns on this religious occasion. Most of the people make some perfect pictures using natural colors at home. It is also the best way to celebrate a memorable day of Diwali. You can also organise a rangoli competition at your society to mark this most awaited occasion.


Clean Your Surroundings:


Everyone likes to live in a healthy and clean environment with their family. It is essential to make the surrounding areas clean. You can start a campaign to clean your society on Diwali. Try to clean your streets and roads with a team of society members. It is also the best time to spread awareness to the people living around you. It will help to unite people to stay in a healthy and clean environment.


Avoid Firecrackers:


Fireworks are the primary cause of pollution on Diwali festival. It can only give you short term joy with longtime harmful effects. Fireworks also produce smoke and heavy noise to increase the environment pollution. It is also harmful to every living thing present on earth. You should avoid firecrackers and say no to the fireworks on this Diwali. You can burn earthen lamps and spread the happiness of the festival. It will be the best idea to celebrate a safe Diwali with your family and friends.

Share Sweet Moments:


Diwali occasion is also best known for traditional sweets and desserts. People make their favorite food items for the celebration at home. They also purchase some delicious sweets from the market to share with near and dear ones. Some people like to send Diwali sweets to their distant family or friends. If you want to express real happiness, then share tasty sweets with your relatives and friends. It will help to make a strong connection with your close ones.


Participate in Traditional Puja:


Diwali festival is a religious festival of the Hindus. Everyone takes divine blessings at ancient temples. Gods and Goddesses always give us peace and prosperity in our life. You can also organise a traditional Puja with your family members at home. Try to perform all rituals of Diwali Puja and Aarti in the evening. It is the auspicious occasion when you can pray for the wellbeing and happiness of your family members.


Dedicate Diwali Gifts:


Diwali is a festival of spreading joy and happiness among people. Everyone tries to dedicate some beautiful Diwali gifts to their close ones. Most of the people surprise with apparel, accessories, gadgets, and food items to their relatives on Diwali festival. It is the best occasion for everyone to give something from the heart and enjoy the festivity. Gift-giving is also the best way to show concern to the close ones on Diwali festival.


All of these thoughtful gift ideas will help to maximise the joy of Diwali festival with your family and friends.

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text 2019-09-27 07:31
Diwali Gift Ideas For 2019 That Would Radically Change Your Image



Diwali is a festival in India that is often associated with twinkling lights that seem to be exceptionally gorgeous. However, it is much more than that. It is a happy occasion that is celebrated throughout the country with great excitement by people of all ages in their best outfits. Women put on their best ornament on this day. The charm of this celebration is complete with head-turning gifts. Here, in this article, we are going to discuss a few essential Diwali Gift ideas that would surely earn you lots of compliments.



Today, young men and women are crazy after social media for finding information related to various topics. Do you find some of your loved ones often absorbed in networking sites for educational or entertainment purposes? If yes, then a tablet of a reputed brand can be the best Diwali gift for him. Trust me, it would not cost you much. Instead, many of them are available within a range of 5000 and even below despite having several advanced features for enhancing the comfort level of the recipients. You would be happy to see your dear ones using these portable gadgets with a big smile on their face.


Silver Plated Pooja Thali Set:

Who does not know that the festival of Deepawali is associated with the worship of goddess Luxmi? Keeping this in mind, a set of silver-plated Pooja thali may be a perfect Diwali gift online for your admirers. I am very confident that these kinds of gift-table articles would earn you lots of positive response. These packs often include medium-large size thali, Chandan-Vati Kanka-Vati, mini kanaka-Vati, a drinking glass, two types of spoons, divi, Kakori, and agarbatti stands. All of these creatively packed in a corrugated box. These offering you remind the apples of your eyes about your love and affection for them forever. They would be compelled to get closer to you. Send Diwali gift to Bangalore to delight your dear ones. 


Decorative Ceramic Vases :

Everyone has a passion for decorating his home and office during the festive season. In such a circumstance, a thoughtfully designed decorative ceramic vase can be mind-blowing Diwali shopping option. Most of the products in this category are made of high- quality ceramic material. Being an integral part of home decor, they can be placed on a tabletop to steal everyone's heart.


Cooking Access

Did you come to know from some source that someone you love has a charm for cooking? If this is the case, then the best option for you would be to endorse him with a cooking accessory that can be one of the best Diwali gifts for family. The prominent offerings included in this category include microwaves, rice cookers, pasta machines, salad makers, French fry cutters, mixer grinders, juice makers and hoards of other appliances that can make the cooking experience of Juliets to the next level.


Luxury Pen Set:

Is your budget constraint a bit lower? If yes, then send Diwali gift item in delhi at the door of your those close to your heart. A luxury pen set can be the right pick for you. It is not just a writing tool for signing relevant documents or making notes, but also a significant indicator of style statement. The latest range of products in this category are powdered to strengthen your bonds with courters.


Chocolate packs:

Can anyone separate happy moments from delicious items like chocolates? Probably, the answer is no one. But now, the question is whether to go for a typecast candy pack or the branded one. In case your having a sufficient budget, then it is always better for you to go for a high-quality Diwali gift from this category. Most of these sweet packs are filled with delightful bonbon that your Romeos would definitely like. They usually come out of the most reputed bakeries in the town and so hence you need not worry about their quality. Your dearest ones would swing in the air with every bite of this singing and dancing in their favorite song.

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text 2015-09-11 03:25
a bit frazzled

So I got my schoolstuff done, got my menial errands done, but I didn't get to the bookstore and I didn't get to clean the house, and I'm just now sitting down to eat.
Doing anything in LA takes a million years. 

I don't think I'm going to be able to get into Honors English because of my idiot math grades... who needs math!? I can write you a 12 page paper within 2 days if I have to... that's an average of 6 pages a day... see, math! That's all the math I need! I'm going to try anyway. I have an application with a little essay that I've got to bring in on Monday morning, so we'll see... honestly I really should get my math skills up even though my brain attic closes its doors to math every single time I try. 
SH Tags: it’s primary school stuff/really/come on sherlock/john/103/obviously/duh Looking for a particular Sherlock reaction gif? This blog organizes them so you don’t have to deduce them out.


In other news, I'm taking this Anthropology class online and I'm thinking it's going to be pretty intense! Which is good- I want to challenge myself, and most of my other classes aren't challenging at all, outside of finding the money for textbooks (cue that corny joke drum beat thing). It's Cultural Anthropology, which I'm extremely interested in. The discussion group should be a little easier for me than it used to be when I took online classes now that I've gotten used to interacting in forums a bit more. It looks like there is A LOT of reading to be done, but the most challenging thing is probably the fieldwork. I'm not entirely sure what it entails but we're supposed to go out and observe/interview people and take pictures and everything and write up an anthropological study. I'm thinking this class is going to take up a lot of time, so some of my posts might just be pieces I worked on for class, same with English Lit 1. I'm aiming to make straight A's for the first time in my life so I'm a little nervous about having two online classes (anthro. and math) but I'm going to go through my planner right now and schedule everything out, and I'll make sure to schedule booklikes time as well!

If anyone has any tips on how to handle school and work and adulting all at the same time, I'd be thrilled to hear them!


-thanking the gods that there's Ben&Jerry's in the freezer,


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text 2015-09-09 15:37

I thought I would do someting special the day I got 500 followers, but as usual too much around me and now I have passed the number. But I shouldn't be sad about that, I've got a bunch new friends.



Sp let's do the introduction again instead. Well my name is Magdalena and I'm Swedish and right now I was thinking about buying a book that I really want, but I know what I have too much to read as it is so it's just going to add more books to my my tbr pile (mountain)...



As you can see I'm a bookaholic bookhoarder with a tendency to spend my money on buying books. That's not the worse part. How can't it now be the worse part you wonder?



I also am a member at both NetGalley and Edelweiss (warning enter the sites at your own risk). That means I can request books, get them and review them. I have shamelessly abused both sites and now I have quite a lot to read.



And it get's even worse. Yes it does. I also do blog tours, and I have a problem with saying no. On the plus side, I have started to say no to authors asking me to review there books. I do have to work also you know...



Anyway. Welcome to a bookaholics blogs, to a Mad Mad World! 


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review 2015-07-15 09:49
loved this book
The Kiss that Launched 1,000 Gifs - Sheralyn Pratt

THis book was such a pleasure to read. the humor, girl vs guy arguements.
I loved his niece - think about giving this kid her own book.
THis is the first book i have read by this author and I will look forward to seeing more of her books.

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