Marriages are always cherished more than anything else we foster in our lives. And in a country like India; they are worshipped.
Marriage allows us to experience the happiness of celebrating life with another human that’s just ours. And trust us there couldn’t be anything more exciting than this. Besides, isn't being together with a person who’s dedicated their whole life to you the very feeling that needs celebration?
In a country like ours, festivals are synonyms for everyday life. Be it the first Holi, Navratri or Dussehra, the first of each festival is quite special for a newlywed couple. But you won’t disagree if we say that Diwali is a little more precious than every other festival.
The festival of light is indeed an illuminating and exceptional festival for newlyweds. Here’s why:
The week-long Diwali break allows the couple to spend much needed time together. Be it attending parties, hosting get-togethers, decorating, or even performing Puja together, is quite a warm feeling. Moreover, the memories would remain etched in your hearts forever.
The cultural experience of India is so diverse that even when you marry someone from the same caste, you go through some cultural changes. The first Diwali after marriage would give you an opportunity to experience a bunch of different traditions and Riwaaz. This would warm your heart with its beautiful intricacies.
There’s no better way to know a person than to spend time with them. Diwali seems to be a perfect time for this. As a newlywed, you get ample time to be with them, chatter, and know them well.
Besides, Diwali with its eccentric vibes only makes things better for the bride and groom.
Memories are what stay with us forever. Down the lane, after 10 years of marriage, the memories of the first Diwali would be one of the things that would give you a topic to chat about and bring a smile to your face as you replay the time. The first Diwali would only strengthen your love for each other.
You see, Diwali is more than a festival for a newly married couple. Are you one of them? If so, how are you planning to have your first Diwali?
Let us know in the comments.
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