The festival of lights, as it’s most commonly known as, Diwali is an Indian festival celebrated across India with different versions of stories. Be it the Lord Ram’s return to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile and triumphant victory over demon Ravana or the victory of Lord Krishna over the monster Narakasur. Every region in India has its own tale of celebration. Diwali therefore is a very fascinating festival that symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance and good over evil.
It’s Diwali today but this year it just feels different. It’s that time of the year when houses are cleaned, lit with rows of oil lamps called ‘diyas’ or beautified with rangoli designs at the doorstep. Hand-made sweets are exchanged among near and dear ones and fire crackers exploding with sparkling lights in the night sky. This year however, like most say, it’s the dark year. With governments imposing restrictions on the use of explosives to social distancing making exchanging sweets even difficult, every meet and greet has become a challenge.
Diwali 2020 is all about a new way of celebration not only in India but across the globe. It’s not a dark year but a year of triumph of light over darkness. It’s a year where we care for the well-being of others and as humans become responsible to keep our surroundings healthy for the ailing. We are warriors in this battle against the pandemic and will truly come out of it successful.
Most of you would wonder how we do that. We know a way to emerge victorious effortlessly!
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Zealandia’s Manuka Honey is a perfect combination of a weapon and a shield that’s used during this war against the virus. Having both internal and external benefits, the best way to consume it is to start with a spoon a day. Eventually your taste buds start tinkling for more and that’s when you spread this delicious lip- smacking honey onto a toast or use it as a substitute for processed sugar in your morning ‘chai’.
On this day of Diwali, let’s vow to start a healthy lifestyle with just one spoon. To keep up with the celebrations, Zealandia Honey urges you to give the gift of health to your loved ones too. Exchange a healthy lifestyle instead of sweets, light up the lives of families that are unwell and burst crackers of happiness and laughter all around you!
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Here’s wishing you a very Happy and Healthy Diwali from the Zealandia Honey Fam!