Are you tired with the humdrum of life and want a break from the daily routine? This Diwali try to spend it with your loved ones and celebrate it away from the city. Diwali is around the corner and did you just ask me to keep calm? Best lifehack blog reveals about the grand festival! It is all about rejoicing at the return of lord Ram and his wife Sita. Rama destroyed the evil being Ravana because he imprisoned his wife Sita, but with the help of Hanuman Lord Ram won the mighty battle. Ever since, people light oil lamps as a symbol of the victory of goodness over evil. This Diwali take out some time and enjoy togetherness with your family at these places. All you need to do is escape from this hectic schedule and take a break!
People go gaga over Diwali and light candles and diyas to make the festival shine with warmth and love. So what if, you light up the world in a different way? What say? Matheran is an ideal place for relaxation and a great retreat to rejuvenate yourself. During this season it is entirely filled with lush green trees and bushes. Also, the wet ambience or rather the not so cold or hot weather gives the ultimate experience to relax and spend some quality time with your family and friends. The hill station is not much far away from the city of dreams-MUMBAI! If you want to celebrate Diwali in the lap of nature then Matheran is the right place to go to.
Goa is always a place where you can relax and have a gala time to celebrate whatever you want. this is the place where celebrations never fails to cease. Who does not like to listen to the roaring of the waves and watch the starry night with your beloved? You either can go in the pubs, clubs or celebrate Diwali in the most happening way or else you can bask in the sun and relax on your hammock! The choice is yours!
It is definitely one of the holy places for the festivals for light but also a perfect place to celebrate Diwali. The temples and the beautiful architecture will serve your purpose and the traditional ways to celebrate Diwali is something to gaze at. No matter how much pious or atheist you are Varanasi will drive you crazy because the celebrations and the fun here are like no other place!
Believe me or not Twang is probably the best destination of all. It is for those who are tired of going in the concrete jungle for monthly income. Best lifehack blog suggests the travellers to raft in the Subansiri river or try for trekking amidst the dense jungle and hills. Tawang is located in Arunachal Pradesh. Trust me, this won’t ditch you in anyway if only you are a nature lover and want some lonesome time far away from the madding crowd!
People who are inhabitants of Delhi can surely visit Jaisalmer located in Rajasthan. It is often called as ‘Golden City’ because of the spectacular dessert and the beautiful golden forts that keep dazzling in the sun. Want to give yourself a therapy? Go and relax in a royal palace and pamper yourself with in a tent near the desert and enjoy the essence of traditional folk songs and dance.
It is the most beautiful places of all and the southernmost region of Karnataka. The soothing weather welcomes you in the lush green of the mountain slope. So a laid back morning in the lap of the nature with your loved one along with a cup of strong coffee is all you need to do this Diwali! Explore and enjoy the coffee plantations and forget the hurly-burly of the city!
A hill station will always give some relief to your stress and anxiety. It is a refreshing getaway- an arid state of Rajasthan. It is located in the southern part of Aravalli Ranges, and Diwali is the best season to visit and enjoy the sunset point. It is quite pleasant out there and has many cafes and sights-seeings. So pack your bags and drive just few miles away if you stay in Jaipur or Jodhpur.
If you are thinking that beaches and hill slides have been enough then visit a dense forest in Madhya Pradesh. Get ready to go deep silent because once you reach in the core jungle then all you need to do is observe with your binoculars and enjoy the ambience. The wildlife park will be a thrilling experience that is almost 200 kilometres away from Jabalpur.
Want to get the real essence of Diwali? Ayodhya is the home to Lord Rama, this is an ideal place to celebrate Diwali with your loved ones. This is the place where Ram was welcomed by his mates, the entire city dresses up with lights and candles and you can get the raw essence of traditional Diwali.
Nainital is almost a four hour distance from Delhi, a renowned attractive tourists spot in India. Nainital is known as the city of lakes. You can enjoy the mesmerising mountains along with the lake gives you a feeling that you have arrived in the land of paradise. You can go and trek in Satkhol- a village near nainital, take few adventurous rides like paragliding o bungee jumping or can try paddling in the lake.
So buckle up your spirit and wear your belt to ride in a roller coaster ride this Diwali!