Nov 04, 2021 1 min read
Event of Lights
As Swastika celebrated Diwali on 2nd nov, it was lighted up in a stunning show of light and colour.
Swastika celebrated Diwali at all of its 100 plus branches PAN India with feasts, prayers, and fireworks. There were traditional wearing competition and rangoli competition held at all its offices where the winning team members were awarded with box of chocolates.
While the origins of Diwali and the way in which it is observed differ from place to region, Swastika sets the right example of unity in diversity at the workplace. The holiday is observed to remember that light wins over darkness and virtue triumphs over evil.
The symbolism appears to be especially poignant at a time when the coronavirus continues to cause havoc in people's lives. It also signifies the conclusion of the harvest season for many Indians, as well as an opportunity to thank Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of riches and fortune.