Let us brighten up someone's Diwali

Last Date Nov 18,2018 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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Every Diwali, someone’s artistry glows on our clothes, someone’s pottery lightens up our home and someone becomes an important part of the celebration. Their contribution to ...

Every Diwali, someone’s artistry glows on our clothes, someone’s pottery lightens up our home and someone becomes an important part of the celebration. Their contribution to our happiness is immense. As urged by PM Narendra Modi, in Mann Ki Baat, let’s bring a smile to those faces and spread the joy with people who are an integral part of our celebration.

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Sonali Kanda 10 months 3 days ago

In my personal view wasting all our hard work gained money we spent on bloody crackers from which today we are facing problems,we are enable to breathe properly, there are thousands of poor lying on footpaths if each family of India take this pledge that its there responsibility that if they saw a poor to feed them they can make there diwali also a HAPPY DIWALI,unless and untill nothing is going to change giving 1 rs is not making you poor but may be it will give them bread..........!