Virtual Diwali 2020: From e-invites to rangoli competition, here's your tech-savvy guide
First Published 12, Nov 2020, 2:22 PM
Are you feeling sad when Diwali is just around the corner because there will be no parties this year? Don't worry, here are the 5 ways you can opt for celebrating Diwali this year.
This lockdown restriction and pandemic has made us stuck in our rooms, but so what? This Diwali, get your gadgets ready and be a tech-savvy to organise your home party, read on.
Rangoli making competition
Making rangolis is one of the popular traditions of Diwali. Keep your friends and families on a video call, and set a timer for the competition. And then decide whose one is the prettiest!
E-vites are very in now. Prepare your party invitation cards and send it out through WhatsApp to your friend circle. Give the details of the theme of your party, dress code, etc.
Decorate your home and yourself. Get the fairy lights, flower garlands and beautify your home furnishes. Now, take out your Diwali clothes and transform yourself into a Diva and sparkle your Diwali without the firecrackers.
Play online games
Playing games is one of the rituals of Diwali, but as you cannot be with your friends in person, play online games. Play poker, ludo, pool, whatever your friend circle like. You can even play dumb charades or antakshari on a video call.
Do not forget to arrange the prizes. Whether it's for the best pakwaan or the dress or even rangoli, giveaway the rewards and have a good chat with your friends and families.