Diwali is easily the biggest festival of India and is celebrated with all the might and enthusiasm every year. The festival has an immense significance for Hindus and Sikhs who hold no barrier in spending quality time with family in this period.
Bursting crackers, worship, shopping and cleaning houses are some of the most common activities people do on Diwali. And amidst the festive season, netizens can’t stop talking about these activities. Diwali memes related to shopping, decorations and gifts have started doing the rounds on Twitter and they will make you laugh like crazy.
The economy is so bad that this year I will request my watchman for Diwali baksheesh
— Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) October 26, 2018
— Inima (@Inima00) October 30, 2018
Moms When Diwali is near and so is the weekend. pic.twitter.com/i71HpIGh7B
— Riz_Wan Malik🇮🇳 (@MallickRizwan) October 29, 2018
diwali aarahi rehne do
Hai patakhe se hi thain
Lene parenge Thain kar
— Mr PeRFeCT👈 (@imgulzzar) November 1, 2018
Pic1- How i refuse to my mom to do Diwali ki safayi with her .
Pic2- After 5 mins pic.twitter.com/uWeraCWXUd
— Hunटरर ♂ (@nickhunterr) October 26, 2018
Supreme Court says – Fireworks only from 8pm to 10pm during Diwali.
Rest of India – Noted my Lord!
Delhi – LOL! Challenge accepted!
— Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) October 24, 2018
When u have an exam tomorrow and all you can think of is Diwali. pic.twitter.com/f4NBsj9hGc
— ThatGirlyouknew (@TGUK_25) October 25, 2018
— sarcastic_ladkaa 🙃🙃 (@Sakht_AF) October 26, 2018
— Ro HiT (@memenist66) October 23, 2018
When you check your bank balance after Diwali shopping pic.twitter.com/OaRsuBrjzV
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) October 29, 2018
*While Doing Diwali Safai*
Me to Mom: pic.twitter.com/Tr25Q9xXmD
— Lalit Chauhan🔥 (@Born_Gujrati) October 27, 2018
Despite all the bonuses you get on Diwali, it always seems less. We are sure that you too might be feeling the jitters already and can relate to all the memes above. What say?