Glorious Diwali at NITSAN - 2021
03 Nov 2021
At NITSAN, Diwali calls for that extra edge of celebration and festivity!! Just like every year, we celebrated this year's Diwali with style and traditional etiquette. Diwali is a festival of lights and is the most loved festival in India. Giving a preface to this awesome festival, Diwali is celebrated as a victory over the evil and arrival of Lord Rama in Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana.
We celebrated Diwali with traditional style, energetic fun activities, and lots of laughs and made a ton of memories. We made rangoli, decorated the office, and had a great time eating sweets and chocolates. As a tradition in India, Rangoli is drawn at the entrance of the House, Offices, etc. It is thought to bring good luck and prosperity to the house and to the family. Girls from the team spent some time making beautiful Rangolis and made the office 10 times more attractive.
Sparkling Joy - The Bright and Vibrant Ambience of NITSAN's Diwali Celebrations
NITSAN's Diwali Celebrations
Box of Delights - Sharing Diwali Sweets with Our Colleagues at NITSAN
Glimpse of the Traditional Dances and Music at NITSAN's Diwali Event
It’s game timeeeee…
It’s game timeeeee…
Following the lead is a children's game. Players first choose a leader or "head of the line" and the remaining players all line up behind the leader. The leader then passes an action and all the players have to mimic the leader's actions one by one.
The fun part is all the other players are standing on the opposite side and how the action is passed to each of the players and what will be the action remaining at the end. And the results were hilarious and we had a great time laughing at each other.
There was a surprise award ceremony planned as the day was coming to an end. The awards were for… absolutely everyone, the awards were decided as the uniqueness of a particular person. It was hilarious.
Being Gujarati, how can we forget Garba? We had fun playing garba with immense energy and enthusiasm.
At last, we took some really nice photos. We had some really nice clicks team-wise and a really nice group photo. If you didn’t know how people look the best in traditional Indian attire, Now you know…
Finally, a group photo.