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‘Festivals in Covid lockdown’ by 10 year old Arnavi Tiwari from Pune

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10 year old Arnavi Tiwari from Pune talks about what celebrating a festival in lockdown would be like.

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Arnavi Tiwari has a family of 4 – mom, dad and her little sister. Her passion is gymnastics and hobbies are reading, cycling , writing and much more. She has many story books like the Puppy Problem by Thea Stilton, The Diary of a Wimpy Kid. She goes to Pawer Public School, Pune.

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Hey readers. My name is Arnavi Tiwari. Today I would love to tell you the  feelings about a young girl known as Tara.

 

Tara feels that Diwali is a festival of lights.  Each year, she used to go to her  grandparents house. She used to make Rangolis and helped her grandmother in making sweets. Her grandfather would take her to buy crackers. Sometimes if Tara wanted a toy, her grandfather would buy it for her.

 

But this year, nothing was like those days due to Covid19. Almost all of Tara’s friends did not go to their grandparents home. Tara still enjoyed her Diwali with no disappointment. In fact, she did video call with her relative’s and did the  Maha Lakshmi pooja on the video call. She felt that she was sitting with her  grandparents doing the pooja.

 

At first she imagined that this Diwali would not be fun but she was totally wrong. She had a lot of fun. She thought of creating a greeting video to greet her full family. Sara and her father first wore a mask, used sanitizer and then wore gloves. After taking the precautions, they went to buy a few rangoli colors flowers. Then they brought a few flower garlands to put it on the door and then they got 7-8 deepaks etc for the pooja.

 

Tara and her mom shopped online shopping. She imagined that her dress will  be a surprise gift for her. Will it be in her favorite color light teal/aqua? Will it be  sparkly and will it be very beautiful? Tara was totally right!

 

In fact it was even better then she expected. Tara and her sister Pranavi wore the same dress on the day of Diwali.  Tara and her family had a lot of fun.

From Tara and her family happy Diwali to you all.

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14 Replies to “‘Festivals in Covid lockdown’ by 10 year old Arnavi Tiwari from Pune”

  • Vaibhav

    Very nice

  • 9579029498

    Very nice story……

  • Kirti Mishra

    बहूत ही सुंदर ,कारगर, प्रभावी अर्नवी

  • Praveen Tiwari

    Very nice and touchtouc story

  • praveen tiwari

    Very nice

  • Amit Dubey

    Nice and beautiful story.

  • Preeti gadge

    Very nice and beautiful story

  • Vaibhav Gupta

    Wow…. Lovely Article

  • Ritu Sharma

    Amazingly expressed arnavi…keep it up

  • Sudha

    Very emotional story. Grant parents also missed Tara a lot on this Diwali. Rangoli colors faded in the absence of Tara. Sweetness of the sweethearts was low. But hopefully soon kovid 19 will end and we will all be pompous again next year. We will celebrate with Arnavi.

  • Beautiful expression based on real experience. Description of sweet toys clothes crackers dear to children. Memories of Grantparents. Lakshmi Puja by video calling, use of new technology. Everything very good.

  • Sudha

    Very emotional story. Grant parents also missed Tara a lot on this Diwali. Rangoli colors faded in the absence of Tara. Sweetness of the sweethearts was low. But hopefully soon kovid 19 will end and we will all be pompous again next year. We will celebrate with

  • Abhishek Raghav

    Very nice Arnavi…

  • Anukriti

    Beautiful…arnavi is the smartest and most talented kid I have seen. Keep it up 🙂

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