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So, finally, Diwali is here. What are you all up to? Eating sweets, chocolates, accepting gifts that are so attractive and irresistible to take away your eyes and mouth from. Is it possible that you don’t gain weight during this Diwali? Yes, undoubtedly, you can enjoy this festive season without even gaining your weight. Well, this festival can turn out to be a hectic one for you, serving so many guests, meeting people, sleepless nights, over-eating and much other stuff. Just ensure that you stay in your balance so that you won’t be needing any detox post-Diwali.

Here, we have come up with many techniques and tips to ensure that you don’t experience much increase in weight this time and enjoy this great festival too:

  1. Gulkand is a must. A teaspoon of Gulkand at the starting of your day either individually or mixed in a glass of milk will work commendable. It ensures that your tummy is flat and thinner. It is also helpful in curing constipation, acidity and also bloating.  Related image
  2. Avoid the habit of fasting all day and eating directly at night. During the preparations, shopping, meeting people and cooking, take out some time for eating. You should eat in every two to three hours to avoid the problems of acidity and fatigue. Related image
  3. Homemade sweets are the best. The sweets made at home are full of nutrients and most importantly are way too hygienic. They regulate the blood sugar in your body. They are prepared keeping your health concern in mind. Indulging in homemade stuff will end up on no more craving for the chocolate bars that are very unhealthy for your diet. Image result for home made sweets
  4. The food which is packaged/processed should be avoided as they contain high carbohydrates and fats. Image result for packaged food in diwali
  5. In case you are having a plan of consuming Alcohol, make sure you drink it in your limits. Don’t over-drink, take slow sips. Image result for alcohol consumption low
  6. Before leaving home, do not leave empty-stomach. Eat some light food, like Poha, cheese toast, upma etc. Related image
  7. In order to avoid the bad hangover the next day, drink alcohol along with the cheese. This will support your stomach in digesting the alcohol and other drinks easily without any difficulty. Image result for alcohol with cheese
  8. Don’t ever forget to drink water in all these hasty things. Apart from all the drinks and food, you are consuming, drink water in between.Image result for water

Follow these simple steps and have a great, tension-free, safe Diwali. Happy Diwali!

 

 

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Diwali is the festival of lights and happiness. But most of us are really confused what new thing to do to make our Diwali more exciting.

So this year here are some exciting ways to make homemade colorful diyas.

BUDGET: not so expensive

MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  1. BLANK DIYAS
  2. GLUE
  3. TOOTHPICKS/STICKS
  4. ACRYLIC PAINT
  5. PAINT BRUSHES
  6. MARKERS
  7. STONES/ DECORATION MATERIAL

STEP 1. Soak the diyas in water and leave for 1-2 hours. After that, you can paint the diyas according to your choice of color, so that it may look colorful and most beautiful.

STEP 2. After the paint has dried, spread some glue on the rim of the diyas and paste some decoration material and stone on them.

STEP 3. You can make colorful designs according to you to make them attractive.

STEP 4. For more decoration, you can paint the sides of the diya with golden paint.

STEP 5. You can spread that gold paint perfectly with a toothpick or a stick to make it neat.

STEP 6. For having a multi-colored diya you can divide the diya into two equal parts and paint it in different colors.

STEP 7. After everything is done accordingly leave the diyas for some time and then they are ready to use/gift to anyone.

These are some of the easy ways to make colorful home made diyas, and painting diyas has been an old tradition and it’s fun to do especially on the festival of lights Diwali.

You can easily make colorful diyas by following these steps and can make your Diwali rocking

WISHING YOU A VERY HAPPY DIWALI!