At last, Diwali is here; a girl approaches her mother with joy and asks, “Mummy, what gift will I get this day from my relatives?” Mother said - “beta, nothing new, just plain and boring items like a box of sweets or maybe some unused glass set. The girl said, “we should give some custom gifts to all our relatives because it will remind them of us forever!”
The day is not far away from where you’ll finally get to embrace the brother-sister bond with lots of chocolates, sweets and rakhi! Although there are brunches, lunches and super feasting dinners during Raksha Bandhan where everyone comes together to celebrate their love for each other, the pandemic may dull this day for 2020 a little bit to practice social distancing.
The fight for India's complete freedom began in the 1850s and went on until August 15, 1947. India displayed intense patriotism and national unity when Mahatma Gandhi became the voice of the nation against the British rule. It was a crucial moment which brought all of India together as it had never before.
Valentine’s day brings in a lovely time during the whole month wherein roses and chocolates are sent from the secret admirer, gifts are exchanged amongst the lovers, and couples fancy themselves with candle-lit dinners where they end up hogging down all the food and still manage to love each other dearly.