Diwali Quotes by Sony SAB artists

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Diwali Quotes by Sony SAB artists

Deepawali is the
festival of lights. Diwali, Deepavali or Dipavali is a four-five day-long
festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and some
Buddhists every autumn in the northern hemisphere. It is also a favorite festival of celebrities of the
entertainment world.

Deepawali the festival of lights

Paresh Ganatra (Mahendra in Sony
SAB’s Bhakharwadi) said,

 “I believe in
celebrating every festival or special occasion with family and Diwali is the
same for me. It is a time when everyone gets time off and I think Diwali is the
best occasion to spend time with family. Although, the best thing about Diwali
is the variety of delicious sweets you get to eat. This year, apart from wishing
everyone a very Happy Diwali, I would also pass on a message. My message to
everyone is that let’s make this Diwali a Khushiyon Wali Feeling for those in
need as well. Instead of spending too much money on buying fire crackers or
clothes, we can try help some kids celebrate Diwali happily and the way they
have wanted to.“

Diwali Festival of Lights

 Aasiya Kazi (Sharda in Sony
SAB’s Tenali Rama) said,

 “Diwali for me
is meeting friends that I don’t get to meet often because my everyday routine
is very monotonous as I go to work, directly come home and sleep. So, I make it
a point to meet all my friends during Diwali and spend some time with them.
They call me to Diwali parties at their places and this is going to be my plan
this year as well. Diwali brings in the opportunity to wear colourful Indian
dresses, which I love in general. My mom designs clothes and I always wear
these beautiful dresses designed by her during Diwali. Although I’m not a fan
of sweets but since its festive season, I love eating Milk-Cake and usually
prepare it myself at home.“

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Dev Joshi (Baalveer in Sony
SAB’s Baalveer Returns) said, 

“Diwali is a festival of lights and happiness and according to the Hindu culture, it is also the new year, bringing freshness to lives. Diwali is not a one day festival, it is a celebration of around 10 days, including the house cleaning, decoration, Govardhan Pooja and many other festivals in each culture. So, our family gets together during this festive period and we go to visit our relatives as well. I love wearing good clothes for Diwali and we light up our home with beautiful candles and lights. We never miss out on eating loads of sweets during Diwali and my favourite delicacy is Mohan-Thal from Ahmedabad. This year, I’m planning to have my parents here for Diwali and I hope everyone gets to celebrate this festival with their near and dear ones.”