Every year in October or November, people all over the world celebrate Diwali, a five-day festival that is one of the biggest and most significant celebrations of the year in India. This religious festival is also known as the Festival of Lights. Diwali is celebrated to commemorate the victory of good over evil, light over darkness, and hope over despair.
People typically become nostalgic while talking about Durga Puja because it's a topic of some of their earliest childhood recollections. If they can go back in time, they can clearly remember that their excitement for the puja would actually be at its pinnacle even before the festival started! Why not? Because there are countless things to be thrilled about.
Clothing is Freedom- Freedom to select how we exhibit ourselves to the world; Freedom to choose and wear clothes depending upon our mood, liking and choices! Indians love to wear casual clothing. Why? It's simply because clothing is a symbol of Freedom, allowing us to decide how we want to portray ourselves to the world and obfuscate the distinctions between age and class.