Spreading Happiness During Dashain

Reeva Khanal

October 24, 2020

4 MIN READ

Spreading Happiness During Dashain
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Our life is full of ups and downs. Spreading positivity is the best way to get happiness in life. Dashain symbolizes the victory of good over evil.

The festival is celebrated with great rejoice, and the Goddess Durga is worshiped throughout the country as the divine mother Goddess.

During Dashain, every home is cleansed, beautifully decorated, and painted afresh as the invitation of the mother goddess. so that she may visit and bless the house with a good fortune.

Dashain, also known as Bijaya Dashami is celebrated for 15 days.

We have come from a long way, the lockdown that was enforced at the outbreak of the pandemic is waved off yet, we have come to a stage where we are even scared to be in contact with our family members.

I believe that every citizen along with the government must cooperate and strive unitedly against COVID-19.

It’s a tough time for all of us. It’s sad that all of us are stuck in our houses with so many responsibilities to fulfill. We can’t move a doorstep, yet as a law-abiding citizen, we must follow protocols as a law-abiding citizen.

I pray that every one of us is safe, healthy with the blessings of almighty get the strength to overcome the pandemic.

I urge people to have faith in themselves. During this difficult and tragic time, let’s make a joint effort to fight back this battle.

As a secondary level student, I request all let’s not break the rules and regulations and celebrate the festivals like the way we used to celebrate before. We can celebrate the festivals in a very enjoyable way the next year.

The only thing we have to keep in mind this year is, we need to be safe and stronger and celebrate the festival without keeping our lives in danger.

Coronavirus has taught us a big lesson.

A lesson to fight a battle, the way we can handle the situation being in our home, the self-dependency, a lesson to be a warrior.

Our parents are facing a lot of trouble this time. Some of our parents have lost their job, some are working unpaid, some of them have seen their business collapse due to lockdown.

This time we can celebrate the festivals at our home with our family members. Through different social media platform., We can prepare delicious food items and enjoy ourselves with our members.

We have an option of social media through which we can meet our relatives virtually and take blessings too. This pandemic situation has taught us a lesson that we should spend our time, our joys, sorrows everything with our family members.

The family is the strength of every individual, hence, let’s celebrate this festival staying at home. Once we overcome this battle, we can celebrate our festival graciously in the upcoming years.

Let’s try to be happy with whatever we have. Let’s not demand our parents for new dresses, visit the relatives’ houses and many more.

Our parents are facing a lot of trouble this time. Some of our parents have lost their job, some are working unpaid, some of them have seen their business collapse due to lockdown.

Now we must understand our parents’ problems. At least we can make them happy being understanding kids.

May almighty grant everyone the strength to fight this pandemic.

(Reeva is a student at Nightingale International Secondary School)

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