Diwali, the festival of lights, is here, and Indians across the world are all set to celebrate the day with their loved ones. It’s that time of the year when people look forward to celebrate the festival with delicious meals, mouth-watering sweets, exchanging gifts and playing card games to mark the occasion. However, owing to the pandemic, a muted celebration is expected, but netizens are leaving no stone unturned and are spreading festive cheer with hilarious memes and jokes online.
While wishing family and friends with an array of messages and quotes through chats may have become part of the Internet age, there are plenty of jokes about the same on social media as well. Rib-tickling jokes and memes that perfectly encapsulate the festive vibe have netizens hooked online.
From battle of the sweets to a ban on crackers this year, these funny yet relatable tweets will kick-start your festive spirit on a high note.
TL right now :- pic.twitter.com/wktCXZpfmV
— Epic_Boy★ (@Vishalrajput103) November 14, 2020
Me Wholeday Today :- pic.twitter.com/C3ffosZCwv
— Mohit Singh Yadav (@mohitsingh1202) November 14, 2020
Your Neighbours and Relatives coming to your home on Diwali be like : pic.twitter.com/5mEvqGIi9y
— S🔥R (@iamsagarcastic) November 14, 2020
Sabhi ko Meri taraf same to you 😂 pic.twitter.com/Z2KZ8OPIOU
— Savita Roy (@tweetsavitaroy) November 14, 2020
*Opening Twitter,Instagram Or WhatsApp..
*Notifications Belike: pic.twitter.com/u24yGsrkg7
— Na Man RajPut✨❤ (@_itzz_rajput_) November 14, 2020
— Sindhi Chhokro (@seerwani_piyush) November 13, 2020
Green crackers 😂. pic.twitter.com/JAlK4IE8ll
— Mask 🎭 (@Mr_LoLwa) November 13, 2020
— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) November 13, 2020
every diwali ❤ pic.twitter.com/jETbiWy96p
— Neeche Se Topper (@NeecheSeTopper) November 13, 2020
— 💲💔〽️ (@Samcasm7) November 13, 2020
— Professor राजा बाबू 🥳🌈 (@GaurangBhardwa1) November 13, 2020
— The Witty Man (@thewittyman1710) November 13, 2020
Diwali or Deepavali, symbolises the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. On this auspicious day, a special prayer is offered to goddess Lakshmi as this ritual is believed to bring prosperity and good luck.
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