I am in Navratri night, a festival which is celebrated across India, also called Durga Puja. It has a great significance in our Indian Culture and History. We, across India celebrate this with joy and pleasure.
The more we indulge in such incredible ecstatic atmosphere, the more we feel energetic and exuberant. This is I call Life and we must always preserve such fascinating moments in our lives.
When we were kids we enjoyed family gatherings, hangout with friends and waited desperately for special occasions like our birthdays and festival seasons.
These times are not special because of its importance in our lives and in religions but we get time from our hectic schedules and from our chaotic life to celebrate and parallelly they refresh our souls, erase all daily pressures and irrelevant tensions.
We must celebrate all festivals with our loved ones and family because they boost our level of confidence and our relations get stronger, injects positive source in our veins, it helps us to bind ourselves emotionally and these relations inspire and lift our lives as well as careers.
Festivals act as refreshing art in our tortuous career life.
Have you ever observed, when we were frustrated and suddenly some festive or joyful moments flash in front of our lost mind which makes us smile and after few minutes we get rejuvenated and new ideas keep cropping up, floating in and we get solutions of our problem. We feel relaxed.
Make this festive season memorable and unforgettable moments. Because even in our bad times, these will act as energy pills and will put smile on our face and refresh our mind.
Ideas also come when our mind is fresh. Even flowers blossom in calmer, breezy and fresh atmosphere.
So make your festival season unforgettable and make your life beautiful. Have a blasting time.
Keep Smiling .. 🙂
- Navratri Celebrations 2012 (datadiary2012.wordpress.com)
- Durga Puja is round the corner (zephyrani.wordpress.com)
- Durga Puja, Navratri and Dussehra Gifts to India by Lovenwishes.com (prweb.com)
- Preparations under way for Durga Puja at C.R. Park, Delhi (thehindu.com)