The word festival ultimately fills one with a flush of energy, emotions and happiness. They are a symbol of traditions, enjoyment, love and sharing. The Indian festivals are known for its vastness, diversity and colours all over the world.
And are celebrated with great joy. But now a days, people are super busy in their life that they hardly spend quality time with their family and sadness lies in the fact that today we are more practical and thus we neglect the time we should spend with our family. While traditionally festivals are a time for a family get-together and celebration, with the growth of various tools of technology and emergence of nuclear families the togetherness and family celebrations are missing. Technology is overtaking everything else.
Therefore only these festivals give us chances to escape from our work and spend a happy , joyful day with our family and friends.
And therefore festive time is a wonderful time to reunite. All those close and distant relatives who are one large family can come together on festivals and make for an amazing time. Reunions are always special and nowadays festival do that for us from our busy schedule. A festival cannot get better than sitting together with the entire family, having food, dancing, singing, worshiping, and talking together. A family reunion is unique and special in its own way and festivals can greatly add to the charm of such reunions.