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How to Celebrate Diwali at Office

Diwali is one of the biggest festivals of India celebrating victory of good over evil. Many people consider Diwali as the beginning of a New Year and hence starting a new venture, moving in a new house or buying assets on Diwali are considered very auspicious. Though most of the people are on leaves around Diwali, there are a large number of people who are still working on Diwali, sacrificing their family time for their professional commitments. While they are not able to celebrate it with their respective families, they can always be made to feel at home by hosting a Diwali party at the workplace itself. Workplace, after all, is a second home for most of us working people with colleagues being our extended family.

Let’s look into some of the interesting, fun ways of planning and organizing an extraordinary and unforgettable Diwali party at the workplace.

Cleanliness must be the top priority: Needless to say that a neat and tidy place attracts prosperity and happiness. Along with the routine cleaning, special attention must be given to every nook and corner of the office to make it shining clean. For this, the housekeeping team must be instructed well to do the needful. Do ensure that after the entire exercise, the housekeeping team is recognised and well compensated for their superb and flawless cooperation.
Cleanliness must be the top priority
Flower and Lighting Decor: Diwali is a festival of lights and fragrance of flowers invites good vibes. Thus, the entire workplace must be well decorated with beautiful flower garlands and bouquets. For lighting, along with artificial lights, use decorative diyas and candles too.
Flower and lighting decor
Spellbinding Rangoli:  Rangoli can serve multiple purposes. The various colours, patterns and designs of rangoli will brighten up the workplace. You might also consider announcing a rangoli completion to ensure that everyone participates actively in the celebrations.
Spellbinding Rangoli
The More The Merrier: One can get as creative in planning as one wishes to. From arranging a games co-ordinator to holding various on-the-spot competitions. Consider awarding – best dressed, best dancer, best talent, best decorated cubical, etc. Along with the competitions, various other fun activities can also be planned.
More the merrier

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Food for Thought: Good, tasty food can raise the bar of any celebration. And what better day to treat your employees with mouth-watering varieties of food than Diwali!
Food for thought
We all Love Gifts: Diwali gifts and goodies is what employees look forward to. Hence Diwali gifts must be thoughtfully planned. Diwali festival is the perfect occasion to offer a token of appreciation and keep the employees’ spirits high by gifting them something impressive and unique.


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