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Why I don\'t like Diwali?





Diwali, as we say the festival of light, happiness, success, prosperity.


Social Media: May your life fills up with lights of joy, may your family get food, sex and success and that's not all...all these shit copy paste messages will keep floating on Whatsapp, FB Messenger. If you were'nt able to reply to all, then you are rude, and if you copy paste, you are adding more shit to the world. Hence, this festival brings Copy and forward culture and you getting surprise message on whatsapp from people whose number you dont have.


Real Life: While the Ram came home after killing Ravana, but we will pray for Laxmi, because that't what matter in Life.


We will
- Sing Aarti and make it a Indian Idol @ home
- Do Pooja,
- Get blessings from Elders and feel Sanskari inside,
- Meet Relatives who we don't care for
- Burn crackers, and put lights - to show off our neighbours that we have a lot of money to burn
- Click Selfies and put them on FB/Instagram to show our friends that we look great in Ethinic and wait for people's likes and comments
- Drink Beer/Whisly @ night and play cards, because Ram Ji did the same thing after returning from Lanka
Brands/Companies:
- They download nice pictures from Shutterstock and send them to people as Diwali Greetings whose open and click rates are also tracked.
- They give special discount of 50% on 70% Jacked up prices, so that idiots can feel good about the shit they bought on Diwali Sale.
- Brands spend 50-70 Lacs to make a emotional/funny Diwali videos with a very strong message/values which they actually don't care about.


So, basically the festival is all about few rules, few customs, and few set behaviours which drives it. The festival is expected to induce family values and happiness in the people and showcase the same on FB.
It could actually have been festival of Actual Happiness, had it been without constraints and rules which guard it, had it been more from inward then a rat race of show off, had it been sharing the happiness with poor people, farmers, service class individuals who work hard.

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Festivals is to celebrate it and not means to harass anyone.
Celebration is about enjoyment and not about just playing loud speaker and keep on banging the drum.

When and which God permitted you to just irritate everyone and come on what song you are playing "Chickni Chameli", "Laila mai Laila", "Jhingat", "Tune mari entriyan" Where is spirituality? this is so annoying, people don't even understand the meaning of festival,
Festival is not just playing loud music and dancing, 
Every festival has its own significance why don't they focus on that, People keep on bursting not the crackers but the peace of people.

Don't just make people hate the festival, not everyone is idol, they have work and I guess, everyone has right to have some peace atleast at their place.

Just because music is played loudly you feel its celebration trust me its really really cruel.

Things in limit is looks better, Concept of festival and celebration has totally changed.

and i request everyone to please understand the meaning of celebration, it has totally different concept, this is really cruel, you are harassing people for no reason, if you are human behave like human stop being an animal with no senses, This is how Navratri is beginning,come on, devi mata never said to just exploit your locality. #againstloudspeaker#limitsshouldbefollowed#happynavtratri

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Bura Na Mano Holi Hai
Holi - An interesting Indian festival - which is celebrated on different dates as per English Calendar and I 
cannot officially bookmark it to  a particular date because Hindu calendar doesn't run on a normal English calendar. It has some other, very deep logic for putting dates/days etc. 

Today - People come together, burn some wood, eat some sweet - because "Holika" who supposedly was blessed that she can't be burnt by fire, sat in the fire along with a boy (who was true and god's favourite). And because the kid was god's owned boy (supposedly we are not, and please do not try this at home) Holika got burnt by the fire and the kid got saved. 

And hence, we celebrate Holi, by burning wood, eating sweets, putting colours, water, mud etc on other people's faces and saying "Happi Holi". (Wow! So Amazing)

Little Rich people enjoy this festival with elegance, inviting other rich people who will come together in posh farm, sitting by the side of a pool in white dress, and open a bottle (you know what I mean), put some music (pop/Jazz - where there will be zero mention of the word "Holi") and dance and say Holi. (Wow! So Amazing)

Lecherous ass will use this day to the fullest, so fulfil any inner desire and will pronounce "Bura na Mano Holi Hai". And the society, will smile and say women that "Hahahahah What a Funny Guy". (Wow! Again this is amazing)

While I am not against culture, the practices, the celebration and congregation of the long-lived customary practice, but little with the fact that "Holi" is now commercialized and marketed so much that it is a pain in the ass. 

1. If I don't want to play Holi with colours, water, mud - and just want to celebrate the victory of good over evil by burning wood and eating sweets - I cannot. Because other people will force you into, and tell you as if this was a legal responsibility to play Holi if you were born as a human in India. 

2. I hate being soaked in to water, color and then wasting half of the day in clearing that up and the next day when I have to again think, I should have played it more simple. Whereas, I like the festival and love to see people enjoying it, 

Okay, let me stop here before I overkill this day with the sarcastic hyperbolic remark. Let people have fun and enjoy seeing them have fun at a distance. 

To all other - Wish you a Happy Holi. 
1. Wish you realise and understand that no matter how strong the evil is, no matter how powerful the evil looks like - it is always the truth which wins over evil. Because while Prahalad was the boy of the god, and so is both evil and good. God wants both types of people to co-exist in the society, so that God can prove time and again with different types of examples that "Be Good" 

2. With colours, and water - try and washdown small evils in your mind and heart. 

3. Connect with all those friends, family, people you love and use this occasion to remind them, greet them, spread the love again. 

No more Gyan, that's all for now. Njoy Holi!

#Holi
#Festival #IndianFestival #Good #Evil #Prahalad #Holika

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5 WTF snaps from the Comedy Animal Photo Awards
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (yes, that's a thing) are back once again, showcasing candid shots of the funniest critters on the World Wild Web.
So good are some of these snaps, it's almost as if the animals knew the brief. From peekaboo eagles to ballet-dancing ants, and friendly polar bears to snowball-flinging monkeys, the most comedic scenes from the animal kingdom are all here.
Kick-started last year to help raise cash and awareness for conservation efforts in a lighthearted way, you can enjoy a handful of 2016's funniest shots below before heading over to the CWPA website to LOL at the rest of the entries


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a 'peli-can't catch a fish to save his life'


*Plays 'The Great Escape' theme tune* © Nicolas De Vaulx/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


That feeling when you forgot something important

"Shit. Did I leave the iron on?" © Barb D'Arpino/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


Oh yeah. Laugh it up

"You want a funny photo? Owl handle it." © Edward Kopeschny/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


Who needs hand-eye coordination anyway?

"Oh yeah, this is awkward for you, huh?" - fish © Rob Kroenert/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


That's a bad day in the office

"Hey, Dave, I'm taking the rest of the day off." © Tom Stables/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


Check out the rest of the entries to this year's competition right here.

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Dil Every festive season have their own different styles of uniqueness and specialities of glorified hearts, colours, faces, candles and along with that distinct shadowing of radiant sun throughout dawn and dusk.

Despite reminding of our platonic love which is quotidian in each one of the festival.

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