Wealth, Felicity and Prosperity for everyone! Happy Diwali everyone!
The meaning of Diwali greetings is apparent from the smile on the face of the receivers, and me with my entire Rikhav Infotech family wishes the biggest of smiles on everyone’s face and hence once again “Happy Diwali” to you all.
Symbolically, as per the Hindu epic Ramayana, Diwali festival marks the returning of Lord Ram (a Hindu deity) together with his wife Sita and brother Laxman after spending fourteen years in émigré. And like all of the Indian Diaspora all across the globe Rikhavites will be celebrating Diwali in complete ethnic wears the coming Tuesday with the traditional celebrations. The celebration began with a lovely rangoli from Yogita Veer, followed by traditional Diwali celebrations.
The big celebrations began at 2:30. The employees were asked to make kandils out of waste materials. The first prize went to Group 6 – Kiran Nagula, Pooja Kadam, Kamini Dagade, Roshan Jadhav, Vishal Sable, Jinal Shah, Suyog Shanbhag, Sonal Shinde, and Ashwini Dhembre.
Second prize was won by Group 7 – Harshal Patil, Shrihari Pataskar, Darshana Darekar, Manoranjan Sahu, Ashish Jain, Niraj shinde, Vaishali Thakkar, Aakash Barvalia, and Harishchandra Kandpal.
Aakash Barvalia won the award for best dressed male for his traditional attire and Darshana Darekar won the best dressed female award.
So let’s be a cliché and say “Diwali is a festival of lights,” but it’s not only about decorating your homes and surroundings with beautiful candles, diyas and lightings it’s also about lightening your hearts and opening them for one and all. So, from the bottom of my heart (again a cliché) I wish everyone all the very best in every endeavour that you commence, be it business, at work or studies.
With glitter of Diyas
And the ricochet of the mantra
May Gratification and Joy Fill Your life
Here’s entire Rikhav Infotech family wishing you and your loved ones a Very Happy and Prosperous Diwali!!