During Diwali celebrations we have lots of fun along with our family, friends and of course our most beloved brothers and sisters. We have lot more to enjoy during the festive occasion of Diwali, like firing crackers, making clay forts and destroying it by firing a cracker on the main Diwali, then girls have many things to do right like shopping, making rangolis, lighting diyas in front of the Holy Tulsi and of course the beautiful Rangolis.
On the last day of Diwali the day is for brother and sister which is called as Bhai Dhooj, just like Raksha Bandhan on this day also sisters perform an aarti for their beloved brothers by putting a tika and the brothers have to buy a special gift for their beloved sisters. The Fun starts when both of them fire crackers together enjoy sweets together, and lastly unveiling the special gifts which is presented by brother.
These are the fun moments on Diwali which are remembered by all the grown-ups, these days are really special to remember on such occasions. This fun card is just the exact one to send whether it is to friends who helped you in making clay forts on Diwali and of course to brother and sister. The beautiful colours in this card are so fresh that anyone can't wait to just greet you back on Diwali, also the background music of this card is so joyous and festive that it gives a complete festive mood.
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